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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 …

Memorial Day Musings (by Pastor Roy)

May 25th 2012 No comments yet  

On Memorial Day, the bugle call Taps will be sounded at sacred resting places across this nation.  This mournful tune reminds us that our freedom was purchased not by those who of a “super race” or who were pawns of a totalitarian scheme. It was purchased with the blood of those who loved with the greatest human love possible: “”¦He lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13).

But for those who have trusted in Jesus Christ, Taps takes on an additional …

Thoughts from the “Top of Texas”

December 30th 2009 2 comments so far  

On November 8, 2009, my wife, oldest son, and I climbed to the “Top of Texas”- Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state. The hike is a 10 mile round trip with a 3,000 foot vertical change with hard climbing the first mile and the last 100 yards from the peak. Our objective was to touch the stainless steel pylon that marks the highest point: 8,749 feet above sea level.

This was the first time my wife Sally and oldest son Martin made the climb. We did so in honor of her sixt, uh, “significant” birthday. …

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