13
Mar
09

Ronald Cummings Church Stops Wedding!

proposalRonald Cummings surrounded by family popped that infamous question to Misty Croslin Sunday night at Chili’s! She cried and said YES!  Today March 12th was suppose to be that big day but Dunns Creek Baptist Church, Ronald’s CHURCH put a disclaimer. When did Jesus get so fucking judgemental. See the disclaimer at

http://www.dunnscreekchurch.com

If you feel the same disgust as I do at this church’s decisions to prevent the love between Misty & Ronald to be made legal, to deny the uniting of a family who is struggling to hold on to what they have left and the unknown to come please join me in letting them know. Misty and Ronald’s marriage would be more real than at least 60% of current marriages.  And now, even their church is causing them stress and grief!

Dunns Creek Baptist Church

686 S. Hwy 17

San Mateo, FL 32187

P: 386.328.8650

F: 386.328.7798

office@dunnscreekchurch.com

Church Office Hours: M-Th 9:00 to 3:30, Friday 9:00 to Noon

Ronald is the father of beautiful 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings, who disappeared  the night of February 9th.

Misty said to reporters that every day gets harder because Haleigh is still missing.

“Everybody’s probably going to take this marriage thing the wrong way but it’s not,” she said. “Everything’s still focused on Haleigh. This is what Haleigh wanted. She’s always talked about it. Everybody will know I love Haleigh and Ronald and Junior, and we’ll be a family.”

Misty is the tender age of 17 so the paperwork has to be filled out by her mother Lisa Croslin.

Lisa told reporters outside the Putnam County Courthouse:

“They’ve been trying to get me to do this for five months now. And I told them you need to wait until you’re 18. But now that everything’s been going on and people have been trashing them, I’m going to let them do it. I know they love her…Haleigh, and they love each other.”

I wish them health, love and the safe return of their daughter.

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5 Responses to “Ronald Cummings Church Stops Wedding!”


  1. 1 Robert B.
    December 8, 2009 at 1:41 pm

    IMO I thinkl that the Church was completely in the wrong and that pastor should nolonger be a pastor!!! IMO

  2. 2 Skye
    March 24, 2009 at 4:33 am

    The Church did the right thing. A child is missing. Getting married is the last thing any parent of a missing child should be thinking. And the “Haleigh wanted them to marry” That is pure crap.

  3. 3 Rita
    March 20, 2009 at 1:58 am

    I dissagree!!I am a baptist and I say the pastor did the unchristian thing by not letting this couple get married in the church under the laws of God. Noone should judge this man especially at this time. I do not believe he had anything to do with his daughter’s missing, but I do question the bio-mom’s intentions. I hope when this is over and they renew their vows then the pastor will apologize to this man. He was there for him right after the dissappearance of Haleigh, so does he not believe what he said about what a good man Ron was? Just obnoxious to me. I pray for this family and that she jwill bew found safe and unharmed, which is the bigger picture her safety, and not whether Ron adn Christy marriage being improper.

  4. 4 case_watcher
    March 17, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    I am so happy that the Pastor refused to marry this pair.
    He did the right thing & I have left a message of thanks & support for him.
    This marriage is stained & unholy. The Pastor knows this and most normal people support his decision.

  5. 5 Joyce
    March 13, 2009 at 6:37 pm

    The Church did the right thing. Couples should not openly be in the sin of living together and then expect to go to Church and be wed. They should have been in separate homes and had counseling before this marriage took place. There is more to marriage than the words “I do”. If this is Ronald’s church, then surely he knows the life he is living is not what Christ would have him do.
    And, besides, we do not need to come down on the Church. If you are a member there you will know the Church’s stand on all issues.

    I know where my Church stands on issues very well.


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