Arlene Crump Peebles’ alabaster box is filled with love

October 19
03:00 2017

Busta’s Person of the Week

By Busta Brown

“I was in prayer, and the Lord said, ‘Go to the mountain,’ so I went to Pilot Mountain and He took me on a trip down memory lane.  He said, ‘Begin to walk,’ and as I began walking; He took me all the way from 5 years old up until age 40. The repetition I saw in my life was rejection, being abused, talked down to, looking up to others for validation. It was amazing.” 

Arlene Crump Peebles continued to share some very intimate details about her troubled past, and the more she spoke, I felt like I was on Pilot Mountain with her. As she sat on a tree stump on Pilot Mountain, Crump Peeples said, God blew her mind.

“As I sit there, the Lord began to reveal to me, that my mother had been abused, that my sisters had been abused, and I didn’t know any of this,” Crump Peeples said. “I begin to walk around that mountain, and I cried and I cried, and I asked God, why are you telling me all this; why?”

What you’ll t love most about Arlene is that she wasn’t ashamed nor does she have any regrets. The more she shared about her troubled past, I noticed that her spirit had gotten stronger and more confident.  She’s a true motivator. I could have sat there and listened to her speak for hours. She’s a true testimony that, it’s not what you go through, but how you choose to get through it.

God revealed to Crump Peeples why He took her to Pilot Mountain, and took her down memory lane. What this beautiful wife and mother of two shared with me, will blow your mind. It will inspire and empower you that nothing is impossible, and that miracles are still happening every day. After reading about Arlene Crump Peeples’ phenomenal history, go to Winstonsalem Chronicle YouTube channel to see the rest of our interview. She didn’t allow failure to weaken her faith; it made her stronger. 

She’s a graduate of High Point University, an is the founder, CEO and executive director of Alabaster Place Inc. (API) which is a God-given/God-driven ministry. They render training and life empowerment to individuals on issues relating to abuse and other life challenges.

Alabaster Place is located in Winston-Salem. It has touched the lives of over 22,000+ individuals from areas such as: North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Chicago, Georgia, New York,, New Jersey, D.C., Maryland, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Ohio, California, Colorado, West Africa, Nigeria and Afghanistan. The organization offers coaching, training seminars, special events, referrals and distribution of resource materials. It also has minimal cost ministry line items (MLI’s), designed to empower individuals as they arise and pursue their great potential.

A.C. Peebles wears many hats. She’s the daughter of Yeshua (Jesus), the wife of a Godly man – Elder Larry Peebles – and a mother and grandmother. She’s a local, state and national speaker who operates in the ministry of Jesus which is: teaching, preaching, healing, making disciples and casting out demons, so that God’s people can be set free.

To contact Mrs. Peebles: email her at, phone her at 336-764-5133 and go to her website:

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