Craig and Jen Ferguson

Cru City Austin interviewed an Austin couple, Craig and Jen Ferguson who have weathered the breakdown of trust and intimacy in their marriage due to the use of pornography. The Fergusons told their story in a live interview format of how they found hope and healing through biblical counsel and understanding the root of addiction. They have encouraged others as they provided practical tips to developed healthy and fulfilling relationships, experienced forgiveness, and rediscovered oneness and intimacy in their marriage. They even wrote a book on the subject entitled, “Pure Eyes, Clean Heart: a Couple’s Journey to Freedom from Pornography.”

Every parent’s worst nightmare. At 4 years old, Owen Coulter was brought to Dell Children’s after complaining of a headache and his body turning cold. His heart stopped in the ER where he underwent 90 minutes of CPR. If he miraculously survived, what damage might he have sustained? His parents, Kristin and Darin Coulter were told, “He may not know who you are; he may not be able to eat or walk.” The crisis the Coulter’s faced that day and the weeks following would require tremendous courage. How did they do it? What helped them endure such a terrifying experience?

Hear Daniel Rangel’s talk on “What is True Success?”

On Saturday, June 1st, 2019,  volunteers with Cru City Austin gathered in SE Austin to have fun and give back to our community.

How to Have Respectful Dialogue in an Angry World

Did you miss our latest Cru Workshop?  We had a great presentation by David Wright on Tuesday, April 30, 2019.

Dave pointed out that we live in an angry world where resolving conflicts in a productive and reasonable way seems to be a lost skill. When you disagree with someone, is it possible to have respectful dialogue without attacking each other?

If you missed the event you can listen to or download Dave’s presentation on our podcast site HERE.

Dave Wright

Dave Wright brings a wealth of experience and practical insights into how to manage emotions and express opinions in a productive way that leads to acceptance of each other.  He helps people apply techniques that empower them to disagree diplomatically, whether at home or at work. He also explains how having spiritual values can help us improve our relationships, even with those who are difficult.

*  33 year career with Dale Carnegie
*  President of Dale Carnegie Training for Austin since 2007
*  Over past 10 years  Dale Carnegie Austin business has grown tenfold winning multiple awards for growth and trainer quality
*  In 2016 added the Houston territory