August 28th 2015 No comments yet
Stop. Read that first sentence again. In a time of distressing developments and cultural confusion, we need the comfort of those four words. Unclench your jaw. Take a breath. Feel the relief. God is at work.
As I step into my new role as your Pastor of Missional Living here at Stonebriar, the question I field most is: “What in the world is missional living?”
Every time I am asked that question, I am more than happy to respond. Even for the hundredth time. Why? Because the explanation of what “missional living” means begins and ends with those …
July 30th 2015 2 comments so far
When my children were young, I loved to read them a special book at Christmas, The Littlest Angel. It was not in the least biblically-based and, for that, I may have been wrong. However, the story was so poignant and the message so meaningful, I could not help reading it Christmas after Christmas. I still love to read it.
It is the story of a little boy who dies and goes to heaven and becomes an angel. He is not an exemplary angel at all, having a few …
March 26th 2013 No comments yet
Hymns are one of Christianity’s most loved ways to praise God, teach doctrine, and encourage fellow believers. While we have a myriad of great hymns to sing, we are constantly searching for new hymns that are theologically sound and musically uplifting.
Recently, Stonebriar Community Church choir and orchestra recorded 12 new hymns for Church Works Media. I hope the recording is a blessing to you and your family.
-Paul Thompson, music associate at Stonebriar Community Church
- 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
- Townsend Keller
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