March 26th 2013 No comments yet
Hymns are one of Christianity’s most loved ways to praise God, teach doctrine, and encourage fellow believers. While we have a myriad of great hymns to sing, we are constantly searching for new hymns that are theologically sound and musically uplifting.
Recently, Stonebriar Community Church choir and orchestra recorded 12 new hymns for Church Works Media. I hope the recording is a blessing to you and your family.
-Paul Thompson, music associate at Stonebriar Community Church
May 16th 2007 3 comments so far
“Hello World” originated in technology as a way of making sure that software output was what was expected. The first entry on a new blog many times is titled “Hello World”. It tells everyone on the internet who you are and that you are ready to engage them in a global dialog. I love this about the internet and blogging. As a local church, however, our plan for this blog is more focused, and we want you to know our intentions.
We plan to be hyperlocal, which is to say, focused on the interests of our audience in …
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- 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
You are on the blog now. It’s stuff from the hearts and minds of Stonebriar staff, volunteers and guest authors. It is more people's views than anything else, but we wouldn't have let them author these posts if they didn't agree with the core beliefs we hold true. This blog is a casual forum for polite, open discussion, not a platform for pronouncing doctrine. Know that what you read here is opinion and not the official position or teachings of the church.