School Dedicated in Honor of Church Member

November 8th 2012 No comments yet  

Joyce ComstockAt 7:30 a.m. one morning, Joyce Comstock got a call. Preparing for bad news, she braced herself and answered the phone. “A friend of mine said, “˜Joyce, are you sitting down? There’s going to be a Joyce Comstock School.'”

“No one was ever more surprised,” Joyce said. “I’m very honored and very humbled.” After 21 years in education, eight years at Frisco High School, she would have an elementary school bearing her name.

However, Joyce had one request before accepting the honor. She …

On Your Mark, Get Set… Run the Race

June 15th 2012 No comments yet  

 I’ve had the privilege of volunteering with the fifth and sixth graders of Junction 56 this week at VBS 2012: The Race is On. I must be allowed to brag about this ministry for a moment! The depth of the teaching, as well as the receptiveness of the students, has blown me away this week. Pastor Joe and all of the volunteers are so intentional about teaching the kids to take ownership and responsibility for growing in their walk with …

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 …

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