PressPause p.s.46.10 is a pilot model of ministry of Stonecroft Ministry based in Kansas City, Mo.
(Psalm 46:10 "Be still and know that I am God.")

PressPause p.s. 46.10 exists to invite people that are gathered at their work place, gym, school, park, etc. to STOP and consider the person of Jesus Christ.

PressPause p.s.46.10 organizes events that are free to those attending so that they might be encouraged and transformed by hearing the true tale of a professional Stonecroft storyteller.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011


Michelle Miller & Sherry Williams

PressPause was invited back to Town Village, a retirement home in Tulsa, OK today, May 31, 2011.  Activities director Robyn Thompson and Michelle Miller graciously invited the residents there for the afternoon gathering.

Stonecroft speaker Sherry Williams of Tulsa brought her many antique hats and gave a delightful presentation of  "Hats Through the Decades."  She shared funny stories of the styles that reigned during the 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's!  Memories were rampant as we all participated in guessing  the names of the "style setters" of each period.   Following her demonstration Sherry shared her personal story of an early marriage, divorce, single parenting, extremely short engagement and the abundant life with her husband of 31 years. She stressed the critical nature of her relationship with Jesus Christ as the focal point of her life and marriage as her husband battled cancer.  She shared scriptures and her utter dependence upon the word of God.

Seventeen folks attended the event, eleven were first time guests to a Stonecroft event.  Six copies of the gospel of John were voluntarily picked up at the close of the meeting.

It was a delightful afternoon as folks paused from their daily routines and seriously considered the person of Jesus Christ.

Friday, May 13, 2011


 PressPause p.s. 46.10 returned to the Little Lighthouse in Tulsa, OK Thursday evening May 12th, 2011.  The occasion was a dinner honoring the parents of children graduating from the school for special needs. The graduates, age 6, have all spent several years at the school receiving very specialized training, therapy, prostheses, and social skills.

PressPause volunteers included: Pam McDonnel, Patty Clay, Laura Francis, Carolyn Reiger, Sharon Braner and Cheryl Piper. 

 Marty Hight encouraged the parents by telling her story of her own daughters experience of transitioning from this very specialized school into the public school system. She encouraged them to seek God's plan for their precious children, to pray for His strength, guidance and protection as His will for them is revealed. She reminded everyone of the supernatural love, patience and faith exhibited by children with special needs.

Lighthouse President and CEO (and former Stonecroft speaker) Marcia Mitchell also encouraged the parents to pursue a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as their hope and stability during this fearful time.

Thirty-four moms and dads, six volunteers and three Little Lighthouse staff  enjoyed the home cooked meal and the evening of encouragement. This was the first time these parents have ever attended a Stonecroft event.  PressPause is honored to have had  the opportunity to serve these brave and beautiful parents.

Marty Hight & Sharon Braner