Love Where You Live

July 5th 2016 1 comment so far  

cafe meetingsLast week, I sang about God’s amazing grace at the memorial service of a dear brother here at Stonebriar, Dave. Dave was a church member who I came to know through our Friday morning job-loss encouragement group, Reach Up Reach Out (RURO). As the group sat around the table last Friday morning at RURO, I was touched by all the stories of Dave’s encouragement to others. He had known some of these people for years, others for only a few weeks, but in some way, he had left an impression …

Go and Be: Spring Edition Update | March 19

March 23rd 2016 No comments yet  

FacebookAds2015_2GoAndBeSpring19About 65 folks from our church family came together to Go and Be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community on Saturday, March 19. One team served the homeless in South Dallas, while another helped inner city children at C-Kids. Then, we had families stay at the church and get ready for the upcoming Easter week. We stuffed 2,500 Easter eggs to be delivered for Easter egg hunts in South Dallas, Little Elm, and Rowlett. 890 Easter treat bags and baskets were assembled for the nursing home …

No Starry-Eyed Wise Men in China

December 18th 2015 No comments yet  

shinySo while we’re on the topic of Magi, because Magi come up all the time, we have a bit of a Christmas navigation problem to solve.

It’s a small problem. But, odds are you will celebrate about 70 Christmases in your life, so getting the bugs worked out of your grasp of the story isn’t a bad investment.

The problem centers on that famous Christmas star—the one that led those observant pagan astrologers to Jesus in Bethlehem.

Sidebar: Don’t miss the sad irony that, while the Jews had access to prophetic Scriptures that actually …

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