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The General's Lady
The General's Lady

The General's Lady

God's Faithfulness to a Military Spouse


189 Pages, 6.5 x 9.0

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $14.99 (US $14.99) (CA $20.00)

Publication Date: December 2006

ISBN 9780978742874

Rights: WOR

Believe Books, LLC (Dec 2006)

Price: $14.99


In The General's Lady, Charlene Curry recounts all the struggles and challenges of a career Military spouse. While battling daunting social pressures, she experienced living in foreign lands, meeting world leaders, visiting the White House, praying her way through unnamed fears, depression, guilt feelings and grief over the loss of a child. She succeeded by relying on a spiritual power that transformed her life and the lives of countless others who came into contact with her. Readers of this book will laugh and cry and cheer her on as they experience deeper love and respect for the faithfulness of God. Audience: Those women who are married to high-powered spouses climbing the ladders of their careers bear a heavy burden. If they are not successful in meeting the many expectations placed upon them, neither will their spouses succeed. The General's Lady by Charlene Curry is a poignant and inspiring account of one such woman who, by virtue of her growing faith in God, learned how to achieve the delicate balance between supporting her husband and family while retaining her own identity.

Author Biography

Charlene Curry grew up as a coal miner's daughter in McKeesport Pennsylvania. At the age of 18 she married Jerry Curry, and began an adventure that took them to Germany, Korea and across the United States. She has entertained heads of state and dignitaries from all around the world. She is the mother of four, grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of two. Today, she and her husband, Major General Jerry Curry, make their home at Chateau Antioch on Bull Run Mountain in Northern Virginia.