Love Where You Live

July 5th 2016 1 comment so far  

cafe meetingsLast week, I sang about God’s amazing grace at the memorial service of a dear brother here at Stonebriar, Dave. Dave was a church member who I came to know through our Friday morning job-loss encouragement group, Reach Up Reach Out (RURO). As the group sat around the table last Friday morning at RURO, I was touched by all the stories of Dave’s encouragement to others. He had known some of these people for years, others for only a few weeks, but in some way, he had left an impression …

Our Eyes Are on the Prize

June 13th 2016 No comments yet  

VBS 2016For me, attending Vacation Bible School every year was one of the most fun things about being a Christian kid. (Other things on that list include watching Veggie Tales and performing in Christmas pageants, in case you’re wondering.) Though it’s been more than a decade since I’ve attended VBS myself, I have always seen this event from kids’ eyes—dazzled by the creative themes, craft times, songs, and interactive storytelling.

When I think of VBS, I think of the nonstop fun and learning. I think of the early seeds of my faith. I …

Joy in Transition

May 17th 2016 No comments yet  

clasped-hands-541849_1920Every few months, we at Stonebriar offer our facilities and volunteers to host the Career Transition Workshop—a free resource for those searching for work in our community. Event attendees have the opportunity to hear job-hunt strategies from a panel of experts, and they are provided with workbooks, snacks, and lunch at no cost. (That’s right—free food. I’m in.)

The majority of the workshop’s 350 attendees are not Stonebriar members, which makes this event a beautiful opportunity to show Christ’s love to those outside our church family. Throughout the day, Stonebriar volunteers greet …

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