July 23rd 2012 No comments yet
1. Are High School Students Abandoning Their Faith?
2. From “I Do” to “Happily Ever After”
3. Retirement is a Full Time Job
4. Special Needs Ministry Using iPads
A detailed calendar, Ask the Pastor, and Spring In review sections are also included.
Pick up a copy at one of the newstands around our church, or view it online here. (You can browse the Connection on your …
July 12th 2012 No comments yet
Looking for an interesting book to read as you bask in the summer sun? Our very own Stonebriar staff weighed in on their favorite spiritual reads. (Check out more recommendations in the latest issue of the Connection!)
Recommended by Lynne Laminack, Connecting and Equipping Ministries:
The Grace Awakening, Chuck Swindoll. Â Believing in grace is one thing. Living it is another. In this best-selling classic, Swindoll awakens readers to the life-impacting realities of God’s grace, the freedom and joy it brings, the fear …
July 3rd 2012 No comments yet
In a word: Freedom.
236 years ago, on July 4, 1776, great men wrote and ratified the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson penned in sweeping terms this great sentence:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are …
- Love Where You Live 1
- My Fear of Eternity 3
Weston Votaw, Townsend Keller, Elise Miller
- Heroes 1
- Choose to Love 1
- Amy Hyles
- Charlton Hiott
- Guest Blogger
- Les Fleetwood
- Olga Ball
- Pastor Tony
- Patricia Krecklow
- Rachel McGinness
- Roy Williamson
- Steve Fischer
- Susan Jacobson
- Tom Hayes
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