Blogging Break

It’s been a busy week. I didn’t take a blogging break on purpose, but I’m glad I did. I needed the time away from the computer. Leading up to Easter I put most of my time and energy into preparing for the service. It was the biggest crowd we have seen since Cornerstone has started. And it was the third week in a row where we had someone surrender their life to Christ. It’s exciting to see God changing lives. I can’t wait to have a baptism service this spring. It looks like we will have 20+ people to baptize. It’s exciting!

The response time at the end was very encouraging. The message was about responding to God and I focused on the last supper, the garden, and the cross. So for the response time at the end, we had opportunities for people to take communion, pray, or nail their struggles to the Cross. It was a very humbling experience to see the cross covered in notes about what people were leaving there.

This week has been busy as well. I’ve been able to meet with several people from church and it’s exciting to see people take hold of the vision for making disciples of Christ. I’ve also spent time the last two nights working on our bathrooms at home, doing a little remodeling. I’ve got a lot on my mind to share, so you can expect a bunch of posts later this week.


I am a former design engineer who now pastors Cornerstone Community Church in Galax, Virginia. I'm passionate about following Jesus and I love technology. I've been married to Jennifer for 28 years, and we have three adult children.

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