Six Reasons Young Christians Are Leaving the Church: A Young’n’s Perspective.

April 10th 2013 No comments yet  

Six ReasonsBeing fresh off the press as a new adult is a scary time in life, I’m finding out. People my age go from the relative structure of being in school to being dropped off on the side of life’s highway to fend for ourselves in a terrifyingly short amount of time. It’s a season of our lives where we need God’s guidance more than ever before, and sadly, significant sectors of my peers aren’t pursuing it.

According to a study done by the …

Shedding the Weight: Freeing Ourselves of Unnecessary Baggage

March 27th 2013 1 comment so far  

Shedding the WeightLet’s get this out of the way first: God made me a big boy. Born weighing ten pounds with a cantaloupe-sized head, I’ve never been “standard” sized.

Sure, it came in handy sometimes. Few kids thought it was worth the trouble to mess with me, and when my Mom finally let me sign up for football in the fifth grade, I was a hot commodity, despite having never played. Second overall pick in the 2001 Frisco Football League draft, thank you very much.

But …

New CD from Stonebriar Choir and Orchestra

March 26th 2013 No comments yet  

His Robes For MineHymns 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

http://churchworksmedia.com/his-robes-for-mine-cd

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