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.
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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.
When Jesus came, He brought heaven to earth. He called this “His kingdom,” a kingdom unlike any other kingdom in the world.
In this series, we will study the implications of what Christ said and did regarding His Kingdom… His message, His methods, and His expectations of anyone who claims to follow Him. By spending time leaning in, seeking to understand and recognizing the ramifications of what Jesus brought to earth for right now and for the future, we might find ourselves standing in silence wondering about our proximity to the Kingdom of God… or better yet… the manifestation of this Kingdom in us and through us.
It is human nature to ask questions. We have a natural desire for clarity. This desire is magnified when the questions we ask are about…ourselves and the lives we lead and live. Does God see me? Does God know me? Does God care for me? How can I really help others? What does God do with what he sees?
Join us this advent season as we discover together what it means to be Seen and Known.
We approach every situation in one way ... or another. "This way or that way."And if we are being honest, more often than not we choose ... OUR way. The way that makes the most sense to us; the way we think we know; the way someone we respect or admire would recommend; the "right" way. Throughout the Gospels, we see Jesus approach everything we experience through a different lens. His lens. An inverted way. A different way. A better way.
Throughout the Everyday Theology sermon series, we will explore foundational tenets of the Christian faith as revealed in chapters 5-8 of the book of Romans. Rather than giving us mere knowledge about God and His plan for restoring our relationship with Him through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, we will learn from Paul who urges us to understand what it means to have more of God Himself and the life Jesus died to give us — right now and for eternity.
We are going to CHOOSE biblical hope by opening our Bibles and allowing the Holy Spirit to fill us, to encourage us. Join us as we focus on this hope that is available to anchor us in the midst of storms.
Jesus said that loving God and loving our neighbors is the foundation of our faith. As Christ-followers, we have the responsibility to live this out in every area of our lives. We invite you to join us for the Listen. Learn Love. series, where we will unpack some difficult yet necessary biblical truths centering around racism, injustice, and sin.