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“Bob and I could invest our time and our finances with many worthwhile organizations, but we feel the most important investment we can make is for eternity,” says Cindy Bartz, a Regional Representative and Tulsa Women’s Connection Planning Team member.

“[Supporting Stonecroft] helps us fulfill our heart’s desire for more women and their families … to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We hope you will pray about investing in Stonecroft’s work, too.”
“Bob and I love seeing people give their lives to Christ. When a neighbor invited me to a Christian Women’s Club luncheon 30 years ago,” said Cindy, “I knew immediately there was something special happening.” Soon after, both Cindy and her husband, Bob, became Stonecroft Speakers.

Cindy’s Women’s Connection changed their name to “Women of Vision Embracing Now” (WOVEN) and introduced several fresh ways to share the Gospel. “We’ve had amazing results with ideas like inviting women to paint their own masterpiece at a local art gallery, holy Yoga classes, and gathering to color and chat. …,” says Cindy. They started an evening small group to discuss the challenges women face.

Cindy finds it important to create downtime for herself and Bob, a trial lawyer. “I’ve learned to be more intentional about taking time to relax and unwind.” Rest for Bob and Cindy includes sun, a beach and time spent together and with God. “We’ve given our schedule to God and He has opened up special times for us to rest and to spend with our family and friends.”


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