Stonebriar Stories

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StonebriarStories

If you have been around the past few Sundays, you have probably seen Stonebriar Stories, our video series that highlights God’s work in the lives of Stonebriar members. If you missed a video, or if you are just itching to weep again, you’re in luck! Stonebriar Stories are now available online. Whether you are new to Stonebriar or a long-time member, these stories have a message for you.

We can always use the reminder that Stonebriar is not just the building where we meet on Sundays. Stonebriar is a living body with …

Remembering Our Friend Barry

June 6th 2014 7 comments so far  

 

Barry2This week at Stonebriar, we are grieving the loss of a coworker and a dear friend. Barry Buchanan, our director of information technology, passed away peacefully Wednesday afternoon after a yearlong battle with brain cancer.

I can’t say I knew Barry very well, at least not in the sense that most people who work here did. I’ve only been here for about a year and a half, Barry worked here for over ten. Our offices are on opposite sides of the building, and often …

Success and Stuffed Tigers

October 4th 2013 1 comment so far  

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGrowing up, Calvin and Hobbes was my favorite comic strip. Its creator, Bill Watterson, took the simple premise of a six-year-old boy who imagines his stuffed tiger is real, combined it with surprisingly deep topics for a newspaper comic and superb illustration to make arguably one of the most artistic and influential comic strips ever created. From 1985 to the last strip in 1995, it was extremely popular and at its peak was published in over 2,400 newspapers.

Watterson is an …

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