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Deconstruction (noun). A popular word used by many when processing and questioning their faith in Jesus Christ and/or the Church. Typically used with a negative connotation.
But what if deconstruction wasn’t a bad thing? What happens AFTER deconstruction? How do we sit with questions we don’t have answers to? Is there such a thing as “reconstruction” in faith? Throughout our Reconstruction series, we will answer those questions and explore what it looks like to rebuild faith with a framework that will encourage curiosity, growth, and transformation.

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Spiritual Practices

As a church community, what might it look like for us to cultivate shared rhythms and practices that slow us down in order to experience the presence of Jesus in our everyday life and express who He is more fully to the world around us? Ancient Christians called this “the practice of the presence with God”. Jesus called it “abiding”. Over the next 12 months, we will study together and lean into different spiritual practices that serve as the structure for a life of deep, intimate communion with God.

His Law is Love

"O Holy Night" is a famous Christmas carol that beautifully connects us to who Jesus is and why He came to be with us. During this Christmas Advent season, we will walk through a few stanzas of this hymn and discover what "His law is love" means. Jesus' divine arrival brought love, peace, hope, joy, and worth to every soul, and his appearance broke chains of oppression. Let this be our song this Christmas as we praise His name forever!


A Generous Life

Being generous is defined as being liberal in giving, openhanded, and unselfish. Jesus had much to say about living a generous life. Join us for four weeks as we explore stories of generosity from the Gospel of Luke regarding hospitality, time, talents, and resources. This series will inspire and challenge you to live a more generous life.


Return to the Garden

Adam. Eve. A perfect Garden. A perfect life followed by lies, deception, and an enormous divide between humanity and God.
What went wrong?? How did the perfect human image that God designed become distorted?
Join CF for a 4-week series as we examine what went wrong in the Garden of Eden. But more importantly, let's explore how we, as Christ-followers, can partner with God in restoring His creation to its original design. Let's Return to the Garden.

Good News, Bad News

Our days are spent in a world of opposites. Jesus highlighted opposites, and juxtapositions, throughout His teachings. But what does His Gospel mean for you and for me? What IS the Gospel? In this teaching series, we will define what we mean when we use the word Gospel at Cornerstone Fellowship. By diving a bit into history and then going deeper every week through the GOOD, and the BAD. Join us as we talk about how to present the Gospel to the world around us in a healthy and impactful way.

Celebrate 30

This once-in-a-lifetime gathering celebrated our church's 30th anniversary and thanked Steve and Brenda Madsen for three decades of ministry at Cornerstone Fellowship! As the founding pastors of our church, they passed the baton of leadership, and we celebrated together as we remembered and reflected on all God has done and will continue to do through this church!

What is the Bible?

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. 

The Pursuit

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.

Maximum Value

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.

Set Apart

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!


The Genius of Jesus

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.