Category: Life

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Free eBooks Each Week

Each week, the Christian book publisher David C. Cook makes available at least one of their eBooks for free. So if you have a Kindle, Nook, iPad or other eReader, this is a great...

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The New City Catechism

Growing up Southern Baptist, I never really heard about or knew about catechisms. A friend shared The┬áNew City Catechism with me and I started reading more about it. First, what is a catechism. Here’s...

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Packed House

Packed House at Cornerstone Today!!

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Going Way Back

Going way back! 15 years ago #tbt #throwbackthursday

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Finally

It feels great to finally have this framed and on the wall!

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Help Support Dogwood and Holly

I’ve shared before about Dogwood & Holly. They are a great acoustic folk band comprised of students from Liberty University. Two of the students are from Cornerstone and they have been involved with our...

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Bluegrass in the Mountains

  Our city just finished up the 78th Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention. It is the largest and oldest fiddler’s convention in the world. Thousands of people camp in our local city park for the...

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Book Review: Accidental Pharisees

A few weeks ago, I read a book by Pastor Larry Osborne called Accidental Pharisees: Avoiding Pride, Exclusivity, and the Other Dangers of Overzealous Faith. I heard Larry Osborne share about this book during...

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The Bible Miniseries

I’m excited about a new miniseries premiering on the History Channel this weekend. Christians have long complained about the content of movies and tv, and we now have the opportunity to show our support...

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Book Review: When Helping Hurts

At church, we have been struggling with how to best help those in crisis in our own community. Since we are a downtown church in an area with a high level of poverty, we...