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equipping parents for the journey

Our Purpose

Biblical parenting is about raising kids who have a passionate love for God and an unquenchable desire to serve others (Luke 10:27). We are dedicated to equipping and encouraging parents no matter where you are on the incredible adventure of parenting!

Your Next Step

  • Follow us on parentingpathway.org for resources like weekly posts of parenting insight and experience, podcasts, and recordings of our classes.
  • Join a parenting community to connect with other parents who are on a similar journey.
  • Attend one of our upcoming Parenting Pathway or Straight Talk classes.

Parenting Communities


There’s a mystique about the classic American. We love to go it alone. We are famous for being the independent farmer, the lone gunfighter, and the self-made man and woman. But for most things in life, it is better—even critical—that you do them with folks you can count on for help.


When raising kids, you would be nuts to go alone. It will be more successful, less stressful, more fun, and less dangerous if you join in with others. The Parenting Program at Stonebriar is all about raising godly kids with the help of others. The Bible calls this “community” and it is essential. New community groups are forming all the time. If you have a specific need or interest and do not see a group for that listed below, please reach out to us through christinec@stonebriar.org or call 469-252-5210.

Parenting Pathway Facebook Community

Parenting Through All Stages of Life

Whether you are a new parent or have been around the block a few times, you can join this online community group that meets on Facebook.

Parenting Facebook Group

Contact us at parentingpathwayblog@stonebriar.org for more information or to join.

Parenting Prodigals

parenting prodigals

Parenting Prodigals is a group devoted to parents and grandparents with wayward children of all ages. This group provides tools and support to help parents manage their personal lives while facing the challenges of loving a child gone astray. This group meets on Tuesday nights at 6:30 in room B203. Registration is not required.

For more information, contact Lauri Lanier, Ministry Leader of Care Ministries, at lauril@stonebriar.org or call 469-252-5364.

Anchor – Adoption and Foster Care

Whether you are just starting your adoption or foster care journey or have been involved for many years, we encourage you to join this group to ask questions and lend your experience, strength, and hope.

You can also join us online using our private Anchor Facebook Group.

For more information, contact Christine Clark at 469-252-5210 or e-mail christinec@stonebriar.org.

Special Needs Sunday Fellowship

Special Needs Parent/Caregiver Class (ages 18+)

If you are a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs, please join us on Sunday mornings at 10:45 a.m. in A104C (near the Atrium). This class offers Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and encouragement, led by Steve Fischer, Pastor of Restoration Ministries, and his wife, Melanie.

For more information, contact Meaghan Wall, Pastoral Leader of Special Needs Ministries, at meaghanw@stonebriar.org.



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Christine Clark

Ministry Leader – Family Ministries



If you have not found what you’re looking for or would like guidance on where to start, please reach out to Christine.