Following Jesus leads to abundant life, liberty, and joy. But it comes in a way that’s very different than what we might expect. Join us for this three-week series as we look at the foundational pursuits of life while mixing in the paradoxes that only Jesus can display. Paradoxes that only can be understood by His display on the cross and doing what love required of Him.
The Bible: Real people, in real places, in real cultural contexts, in real points of history. We tend to talk about how beautiful, great, inspired, helpful, and incredible the Bible is. But, we avoid being transparent and realistic about how these ancient texts can be confusing, challenging, difficult, and intense. Join us as we look at God's massive love story in a deeper and potentially more meaningful way; To grasp the humanity, mystery, and divinity of its words.
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Jesus knows our value. In fact, He knows everyone's maximum value. He sees all the ways we were created in the image of God, and He sees the work in progress within each of us. He sees everyone as the perfect version of themselves. What if we followed Jesus and asked Him to empower us to view everyone for who they truly are and the value they bring to our community? The Gospel CALLS us to be radically inclusive and ALL IN to understand our fellow man. How do we do this? Join us for a 3-week series, the beginning of a conversation, where we'll learn and grow together on how to see people as Jesus does - with maximum value.
The Church has always had a purpose beyond itself. In John 17, Jesus prays for His followers to be "not of the world." Sometimes life makes us want to retreat from the world so that we’re not influenced by it. But this was never Jesus' intention. Instead, Jesus' prayer in John 17 is for His followers to be "sent into the world." In stark contrast to the ways of the culture, Jesus calls His followers to live as a unique community and to demonstrate a better way: A set-apart community embodying a radically different vision for human flourishing.
The words and actions of Jesus were counter-cultural. What He said and did the week before his death is the foundation for a freedom available to us unlike any other. That freedom came with a price.
Come with us to experience the final days of Christ as He endured betrayal, denial, arrest, and crucifixion. And then celebrate with us His resurrection, His victory over death, and the freedom He gave us!
What does it mean to be human through Jesus's eyes? In The Genius of Jesus, we will look at His words and actions, using them to reference how we should think and treat others like He did with empathy, power, grace, goodness, beauty, and truth. Practicing living out Jesus' words and actions will transform you, your relationships with others, and your world.
Clarity, Understanding, Progress, Movement. Not often are those the words that come to mind when thinking of the book of Revelation. So often, John's words are connected solely with the end of our world. But is that all there is? As we start this new year, let's turn our attention to John's intention - encouragement and challenge to focus on Jesus and live out His commands.
Join the CF Online community and Pastor Christiaan VandenHeuvel as we start 2022 ... together.
We all crave it, and yet only sometimes do we experience it. We get a taste of it, but almost instantly, it seems to disappear. In this chaotic world, peace can feel just outside our grasp. But what if this Advent Season is different? What if our understanding of peace begins to transform? What if peace in our lives begins to look and feel precisely like what Jesus, the Prince of Peace, has in mind for our lives?
Seek and FIND PEACE this Christmas season.
Generous - adjective: a way of life compelled by the words and actions of Jesus.
Every day we walk through life protecting what we know, assume and believe to be ours. Time. Money. Resources. We hold tighter and tighter, often building defense walls and barriers around ourselves, only to find ourselves locked in. All until one day. One day when we hear and follow the way of life that Jesus speaks of. A way of life filled with freedom, love, dignity, and hope made possible by one path...Living Generously.
Mental health is in the headlines daily, and as a church, we need to be in the conversation. Jesus cared for many who struggled with mental health, and His example of caring, supporting, and healing is one we can and should follow. Join us over five weeks as we start the conversation about addiction, grief, co-dependency, anxiety, and depression.
No matter where you are in your faith journey, we ALL need time to evaluate, think, question, discuss and understand what Jesus calls us to. Here at Cornerstone Fellowship, we believe that we are called to live a life on mission together. That is easier said than done. Right? Things are not as black and white as many of us prefer life to be. That’s why we turn our attention to scripture and to people IN scripture who lived before us. The apostle John (a close personal friend of Jesus) is a great example of a person who lived a life on mission for Jesus. John’s journey, his examples, and the thoughts he wrote down help us understand Jesus better! We’ll use his words to study and learn how to imitate Jesus’ words and actions. He will have a lot to show us about the church that Christ is building. Join us for our new series…On Mission.
Are a person’s words or actions more important? Which speaks louder? Is what you say connected to what you do?
We can all agree that the connection between words and actions matter, even in the church. If left to our human nature, these two words are a ripple effect into a world of growth or decay. Join us this summer as we look closely at the words and actions of JESUS from the book of Luke. Let’s explore what Jesus said and did and how His examples prompt and lead Cornerstone Fellowship.