What does love require? Over six weeks we'll look at the Old and New Testament and study Jesus' time on earth to uncover what His ministry looked like and learn how we can love more like Him. This study will produce thought-provoking questions that'll encourage great discussions in your Community Group throughout the week!
These are sermons that don't necessarily fall into the category of a sermon series.
In this Advent series we will study John 1:1-14 where we'll study how Jesus is the light of the world. We hope you discover more about Jesus and how His light shines through you this season. Then, join us on December 22nd in Hayward or December 24th in Livermore, Brentwood, Danville, Walnut Creek or online as we celebrate the Christmas season together!
We were made for more, for a greater purpose. We'll study what the Bible says about our purpose and our pastors will share God's vision for Cornerstone and each of our campuses.
Cornerstone's Pastors are only able to cover so much in 30 minutes on a Sunday. In the Beyond Sunday Podcast, you'll hear discussions around the weekend sermons as various Pastors wrestle with some of the questions that regularly come out of Scripture.
During this sermon series we'll study the book of Luke and learn about who Jesus is through key passages in this dynamic book. We'll learn who Jesus is, why He's so important to our faith, and the impact He has in our daily life.
God is infinite, Father, just. He is...everything. This summer, we will unpack God’s infinite existence and His unmeasurable attributes. Get ready to be challenged with God's truth, wonder, and greatness that influences our everyday life.
Cornerstone has several next steps, but in this series, we'll focus in on five of them: salvation, baptism, generosity, serving and community. Learn more about our next steps here.
Fear is all around us. It has the potential to inform our decisions and hold us back from being the person God intends us to be. There is a reason why the authors of the Bible write the phrase “fear not” over 300 times.
This Easter, we celebrate Jesus who changed everything for us.
In this series, we'll study James' letter. He had a unique relationship with Jesus on earth, which gives him an interesting perspective. We'll see in his letter how practical his advice is for us in our everyday lives. #bookofjames