The Wrongness of Too Much Wrong

May 12th 2016 No comments yet  

wrong-way-429723_1920Guilt is an ever-following, ever-faulting shadow that is always whispering, “You are doing it wrong.” It follows me to my Facebook feed, where a stream of articles claim that from tying my shoes to giving my kids a bath, I’ve been doing it wrong. My whole life. I’ve been boiling my eggs incorrectly. And not only am I washing my hair wrong, I’m using the wrong shampoo. In fact, I should probably just pour mineral water and essential oils on it and then sprint down an anointed forest trail to dry it.

Society …

Stonebriar Stories

April 29th 2016 No comments yet  

StonebriarStories

If you have been around the past few Sundays, you have probably seen Stonebriar Stories, our video series that highlights God’s work in the lives of Stonebriar members. If you missed a video, or if you are just itching to weep again, you’re in luck! Stonebriar Stories are now available online. Whether you are new to Stonebriar or a long-time member, these stories have a message for you.

We can always use the reminder that Stonebriar is not just the building where we meet on Sundays. Stonebriar is a living body with …

A Small Voice in the Storm

March 30th 2016 No comments yet  

rain on the windowThough I believe our God speaks in a still, small voice, I also believe that voice can accompany a storm. I was reminded of this when my new car happened to be among the 50,000 vehicles in the Dallas area damaged by our recent hail disaster. I cannot say I have enjoyed the aftermath, but I can say that the Spirit has made His message clear to me through the wreckage.

Right now, the cars of Dallas are a mess of busted windshields and dented bodies—to …

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