Study Guide

Borders or Banquets? - Conversation Guide

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Borders or Banquets? We as humans are flawed- we often are aware of these flaws due to the innate nature of our sin and seek to distance ourselves from others, be it by isolating ourselves behind physical or emotional walls. But what if we made an active effort to tear down those borders and...

Addressing Our Doubts - Conversation Guide

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 Doubting is a Natural Part of Faith  When we often think of faith, we associate doubt as something negative- something to be avoided at all costs or we are "not good enough Christians". However, as we walk through our study on deconstruction and reconstruction, we'll see that even...

Restfulness vs. Restlessness - Conversation Guide

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Reconstruction is Built on the Foundation of Jesus. As we journey through life, it is natural to question and reevaluate our beliefs and understandings. This process of deconstruction can be both challenging and uncomfortable as we come face to face with our limitations and the realization that...

Rich and Poor - Conversation Guide

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Our days are spent in a world of opposites. Jesus highlighted opposites, and juxtapositions, throughout His teachings. But what does His Gospel 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...

What is the Bible? Part Five - Conversation Guide

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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...