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Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco
(4.2/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • Steve Farrar teaches in a clear, easily understandable manner that speaks to men. He doesn't baby the men, but he doesn't punch them in the nose either. Very biblically sound teaching. 
  • I thought people there looked unhappy and disconnected. Everyone was robotic, just sing, pray, listen and leave. 
  • was highly recomended by a close family friend.invited us to join them on a past sunday to hear and enjoy chuck swindall and hear his teachings. was excellant will return. 
  • This church is large but it is easy to find a small group or place in a ministry where you can really get connected. Chuck Swindoll is an amazing preacher but this ministry does not rest on one man's shoulders. When Chuck is not preaching (July and August) there are still fantastic preachers with their own style who challenge you to the core. If you come during the summer months, be sure to come back to hear the full choir and orchestra after Labor Day. Amazing talented and inspirational!
  • If you look at the reviews, majority of them go here because of good programs (Children, Choir, great preaching, mens/woman ministry, etc). Many mega churches attract crowds with these "programs" to get you in, contribute ($$) and stay in forever. Churches will involve folks and their families in ministries, choir, etc who contribute ($$) the most. They operate like any other business offering Church services to those $$$ membership. If you notice, these mega Churches all look alike (nothing but represents cultural Christianity), exactly opposite to what original Church was built (based on suffering and need of Christ) on and what Bible talks about. Christianity is not about programs or making Sunday Christians, it is about fellowship, get that personal connection with God, Pastor & folks there to encourage you for spiritual growth, meal together, share & support one another in both good and bad times throughout the week, etc.
  • Chuck Swindoll is a brilliant and highly educated orator. He dedicated himself to the Word many decades ago and still holds true to his teachings. He teaches straight from the Bible and refuses to be a participant in any type of Christian "fad." My week is not complete without his message. The church offers wonderful opportunities for family growth and community volunteer projects.
  • Been going for about 8 years, since I was 16ish. Best Church ever! Chuck Swindoll is the most remarkable preacher in the world! Very conservative, fundamental Church. Doctrine is strictly from the Bible and very factual. If you're looking for a legit Church (especially if you have fsmily), want to hear the non sugar coated truth, go to SB!
  • Simply I say there is no god in this church. Very very disappointed.... And do not stay in this church parking lot for more than 1/2 hour, they will call police, and they don't want you come their property forever. Is this a church ? If whoever wants to know more about this, leave review here, I will reply.