Food for the Soul, Not the Sweet Tooth (by Pastor Roy Williamson)

June 8th 2012 No comments yet  

On Memorial Day I received an email from my oldest son, Martin, who is the First Sergeant of the 94th Combat Support Hospital deployed to Khost, Afghanistan.  Among other things, he mentioned a recent visit from the Brigade Chaplain team:

Come to find out, our chaplains are Evangelical (one is Baptist). They confirmed what I have seen and felt, that the troops are doing fine without the candy . . . people send in care boxes.  What the soldiers hunger for

Finding God in Las Vegas (Pastor Steve Fischer)

June 7th 2012 No comments yet  

I am blessed.  I am cursed.  Both truths prevalent and present in my day to day existence.  From which bucket do I ladle my day’s portion from?

This day, sitting in our room on the 24th floor of the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas with a floor to ceiling view of two astonishing sites… I felt cursed.  I had just come from an incredible weekend watching my amazing 16-year-old daughter play national caliper soccer in San Antonio.  Able to pay for hotel, food, …

Volunteering is a Way to Say “Thank You”

May 30th 2012 No comments yet  

Volunteer Coordinator, Teresa Kay describes Kathy O’Shanic as the “Queen of Volunteers” because “she is willing to do most anything!” Read more about how she tirelessly serves our Stonebriar family:

I started attending Stonebriar on Mother’s Day in 2002; I had only been saved two years at that point.  I joined the church in September of 2002.  I think my first volunteering was Christmas decorating that year so in December I will have been volunteering for 10 years! 

I think the main reason I …

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