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A Family That Worships Together Is A Characteristic Of A Godly Family

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James W. Alexander (1823-1858) was a pastor during the nineteenth century who is not well-known among Christians today, but this does not mean that the things he wrote have no relevance for our lives. Everyone knows that Sunday morning is a time for the shepherd to feed his sheep, but the question should be asked, what are we congregants to do during the other six days? ...

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Change

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Change. The songwriter said turn and face the change. Easier sung than lived. Why is change so hard? Internal inertia? Personal ease and comfort? Fear of the unknown? Are these obstacles necessary? Can we glean new understanding to help us? Yes I know we can and in fact I would challenge you to work hard at it because change is inevitable. The mere gravitational well of ag...

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Pray For Our Church

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Pray for our Church Summers can be filled with so much activity that our prayer life can shrivel. Paul in writing to various churches highlights some ways to reinvigorate your prayer life by praying for the church from Ephesians 1:15-23. This is an interactive blog. Fill in the banks with people from Cornerstone. My hope is that you will enlarge your prayer life by making...

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Unexpected Tools for Immeasurable Impact

How often do we bypass ordinary opportunities for obedience because we don’t feel that we have the r

When I watch my toddler play, I'm amazed at how he takes ordinary things, like a cardboard box and a couple blocks, and makes them into many different things that entertain him for hours. As a child, he doesn't have in mind other things that he could use instead of "just an old box" that might be better suited for the job or build a more structurally sound building for his...

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Our Elders: Don Chookaszian

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In May of 2016, the congregation of Cornerstone Church approved several changes to the church's constitution. Part of the new constitution oriented the church into an Elder led congregation, modeled after the New Testament churches. We want every person in our church to know the Elders that lead us, to recognize each of them, and to trust them as they trust and follow afte...

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