Veteran News Anchor at Stonebriar

July 25th 2007 No comments yet  

As many of you would imagine, we have a lot of fun serving on staff at Stonebriar Community Church. A joke that we say around here, is that one will never go hungry and most of us gain a few pounds our first year”¦”the freshmen 15″! So you can imagine the snickering when we dubbed 2007 as the year to “Get Healthy”. Each month this year, we have held a health and wellness lunch seminars on various topics ranging from weight loss, fitness, nutrition to encourage individuals on their road of healthy living. For these monthly seminars, we try to …

Out of Africa?

June 26th 2007 No comments yet  

Where We Are Now

I’m writing from the airport in Dubai. We flew overnight from Johannesburg, South Africa, to Dubai where we are connecting to a flight to Tunis, Tunisia. Although Tunisia sits on Africa’s northern coast, the culture and people are so different that it’s difficult to think of it as Africa. That’s why most people instinctively say “North Africa” when referring to countries like Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, and Morocco.

Where We Have Been

While in South Africa we stayed with Charlotte Moore, one of my students at DTS a few years back. Charlotte leads a ministry called Turn the

A Stonebriar Couple on TV

May 18th 2007 No comments yet  

Cynthia Howe and her family moved to Little Elm over two years ago. Last night they were featured on a California news program and I thought you might enjoy hearing the story of how they came to live in our area. The video has quite a few pictures of the Howe family and with 28 seconds left in the video, we see a photo of Chuck and Cynthia Swindoll!

You will have to watch a silly ad before viewing the video. The title of the Howe feature is “Family Leaves Calif., Saves Big Bucks” and you should be taken …

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