July 23rd 2012 No comments yet
1. Are High School Students Abandoning Their Faith?
2. From “I Do” to “Happily Ever After”
3. Retirement is a Full Time Job
4. Special Needs Ministry Using iPads
A detailed calendar, Ask the Pastor, and Spring In review sections are also included.
Pick up a copy at one of the newstands around our church, or view it online here. (You can browse the Connection on your …
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 …
September 26th 2007 1 comment so far
Have you ever been asked, “How did you and your spouse meet?” What about the common question, “How did you decide to enter your career? What drew you to your chosen field of work?” Most of us have been asked similar things. We seem to appreciate knowing the roots of things that are important. If you are curious about our recent strategic thinking, here’s the root of our process.
Our strategic planning at Stonebriar began five months ago as we evaluated whether we have a straightforward process that moves people through the stages of spiritual growth. None of us can force …
- Shedding the Weight: Freeing Ourselves of Unnecessary Baggage 1
- 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.