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Sunday Preview 11.18.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Discipleship requires continual teaching (Matt. 28:19-20). The church is called over and over again to a mission of teaching and preaching the truth to one another. This training prepares us for "every good work" (2 Tim. 3:17), ensures we are not "tossed to and from by the waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine" (Eph. 4:14),...

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Sunday Preview 11.11.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... "Hide it under a bushel? No!" Evangelical churches know that believers are called to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ. We know that "the fields are white for harvest" (John 4:35). We are thoroughly informed about the commission given to the followers of Jesus Christ to go and "make disciples" (Matt. 28:19). But knowing and doing are...

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Sunday Preview 11.04.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... God has called the church to be involved in making disciples (Matt. 28:19-20). This call toward disciple making requires evangelism ("going"), baptism ("baptizing" - a clear, willing declaration of the gospel's impact), and training ("teaching them to observe"). Discipleship is an ongoing process that requires a public testimony of God...

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Sunday Preview 10.28.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... At the heart of all Christian pursuits is the Holy Spirit. He is the one who illumines our minds, regenerates our spirits, and enables us to fulfill the good purposes of our heavenly Father. So the church is called to pray in the Spirit for all the saints (Ephesians 6:18). The Spirit equips the people of God with the necessary armor, a...

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Sunday Preview 10.21.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... The gospel, the bible, and the church are in the crosshairs of the kingdom of darkness. Satan and his powers of evil are seeking to undermine the saving impact of the gospel. But God has not left us defenseless, and He has not simply left us with a list of instructions for the battle. Instead, He tells us that He will fight for us, and...

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Sunday Preview 10.14.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... "Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!" (Psalm 107:1) When we consider all that God has done for usfrom our eternal salvation to the temporal blessings that we enjoythe only appropriate response is one of gratitude. Join us as Pastor Bill considers the concept of thanksgiving for God's work...

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Sunday Preview 10.07.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Join us as we consider the final two pieces of armor mentioned in Ephesians 6. The church is safely protected in the redemption that is found in Christ Jesus and by the bold proclamation of the Word of God. We must abide in these truths as we are confronted with the lies of the kingdom of darkness. Sunday Songs Each week we'll includ...

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Sunday Preview 09.30.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... Jesus told us that "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly" (John 10:10). Satan and the forces of darkness desire that God's people would doubt, be anxious, and fear the circumstances of life and the future, but our Savior has come to set us free from bondage. Through H...

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Sunday Preview 09.23.18

This Sunday at Cornerstone Church... In the battle that Satan is waging against the church, he seeks to produce pressure and strain upon God's people. God, through Paul, instructs us to stand and gives us the necessary means for doing so (Eph. 6:10-20). This week, we will consider how we are prepared to stand by the grace given by God in the gospel of peace and the shield...

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Wednesday Wisdom 09.19.18

"Because the justice of God is an outflow of His character, it is not subject to fallen human assumptions of what justice should be. The Creator owes nothing to the creature, not even what He is graciously pleased to give. God does not act out of obligation and compulsion, but out of His own independent prerogative. That is what it means to be God. And because He is God, H...

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