While Pastor Chuck Swindoll is on sabbatical this summer, we look forward to hosting these special guests at the pulpit in our traditional worship service. Join us on Sundays at 9 or 10:45 a.m. in the Worship Center to hear messages from God’s Word given by these gifted speakers and dear friends of our church.
Learn more about our Sunday worship services and programming on our Sundays at Stonebriar page.
Rev. Bill Butterworth
July 11, 18 & 25
Bill Butterworth is an award-winning speaker who has addressed many Fortune 500 companies and professional sports teams throughout his 30-year career. Bill holds masters’ degrees from both Dallas Theological Seminary and Florida Atlantic University, he was on the faculty of Florida Bible College for 8 years, and he served as director of counseling ministries at Insight for Living for 7 years. Bill is an author with nearly 40 titles to his name, and he currently serves on the board of directors for Insight for Living, Carolina Creek Christian Camps and Mount Hermon Conference Center.
Dr. Jonathan Murphy
August 1, 8 & 15
Jonathan Murphy is a professor and chair of the pastoral ministries department at Dallas Theological Seminary. He was born in Belfast (Northern Ireland), raised in the Canary Islands (Spain), and educated in Northern Ireland, Edinburgh (Scotland), and Dallas. Such cross-cultural exposure has nurtured a diverse range of interests all the way from history to rugby. Jonathan pastored in Northern Ireland before joining DTS, and he is currently a member of the preaching team at Christ Chapel Bible Church in Fort Worth.
Dr. Steve Farrar
August 22, 29 & September 5
Steve Farrar has remained a faithful friend and an active part of our church since its inception. Steve is the founder and chairman of Men’s Leadership Ministries and is the author of 20 books about Christian living. As a conference speaker and Bible teacher, Steve speaks to men all over the world about the importance of their roles and responsibilities as men, husbands, and fathers. He earned his Th.M. at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and his D.Min. at Dallas Theological Seminary.