Joy in Transition

May 17th 2016 No comments yet  

clasped-hands-541849_1920Every few months, we at Stonebriar offer our facilities and volunteers to host the Career Transition Workshop—a free resource for those searching for work in our community. Event attendees have the opportunity to hear job-hunt strategies from a panel of experts, and they are provided with workbooks, snacks, and lunch at no cost. (That’s right—free food. I’m in.)

The majority of the workshop’s 350 attendees are not Stonebriar members, which makes this event a beautiful opportunity to show Christ’s love to those outside our church family. Throughout the day, Stonebriar volunteers greet …

Being “Fishers of Men” Requires a Big Tackle Box

November 8th 2013 No comments yet  

fishing2Over the past couple of years, I’ve established what my retirement hobby will be. My golf swing looks like I’m trying to dig a hole to Kathmandu, and sports cars don’t really rev my engine so I’ve taken up fishing. I’ve always enjoyed fishing, but over the past couple of years I’ve taken it from the “oh yay I caught a fish!” level to the “spending way too much time in Cabela’s comparing different colors of soft baits” level.

If you fish, you know about the absurd diversity of lures, rigs, and …

The Church and Halloween: How Should We Respond?

October 31st 2013 5 comments so far  

file9251291040084Halloween is awesome, and I enjoy it now almost as much as I did when I was a little tyke. When I was four or five, I was Aladdin and I was set on being as true to character as I could. I told my mom in no uncertain terms that I didn’t care how cold it was outside; the real Aladdin did not wear a sweater. That trend continued when I dressed up as an Angry Bird last year, with authentic game …

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