November 15th 2012 No comments yet
We’re excited to announce a brand new ministry space at our church—a sand volleyball court located next to Building B (where the children’s playground used to be). It’s a low cost upgrade with high ministry value. We encourage you to gather your Adult Fellowship or IronMan group and enjoy fellowship and friendly competition. The court has already been christened (tested) by Mosaic and Stonebriar en Espanol. Your group could be next—here’s how:
Any ministry …
November 8th 2012 No comments yet
At 7:30 a.m. one morning, Joyce Comstock got a call. Preparing for bad news, she braced herself and answered the phone. “A friend of mine said, ‘Joyce, are you sitting down? There’s going to be a Joyce Comstock School.’”
“No one was ever more surprised,” Joyce said. “I’m very honored and very humbled.” After 21 years in education, eight years at Frisco High School, she would have an elementary school bearing her name.
However, Joyce had one request before accepting the honor. She …
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 …
- Shedding the Weight: Freeing Ourselves of Unnecessary Baggage 1
- Memorize The Word 2
Sue Miller, charlotte hill
- Thoughts from the “Top of Texas” 2
Christi Stinson, Don Crosbie
- Generation "NOT" Me 2
Tony Cammarota, Lori Ulmer
- Charlton Hiott
- Guest Blogger
- Les Fleetwood
- Pastor Tony
- Rachel McGinness
- Roy Williamson
- Steve Fischer
- Tom Hayes
- Townsend Keller
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