Pastor’s Corner – Love for the Word of God

Dear Friends, Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Blessed indeed,” says the Spirit, “that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them!”  (Revelation 14:13 ESV) This past week our dear sister Amy Ricks passed from this life into the next. She was 93 years old. She and Earl had been… Continue Reading

Pastor’s Corner – What’s Your Story?

Dear Friends, This is an exciting weekend as Cornerstone celebrates it’s fifth year as a particularized church of the Presbyterian Church in America. Of course, the Cornerstone story goes back much further than five years and that is why I’m excited that throughout the weekend we will be sharing stories of God’s faithfulness to His… Continue Reading

Pastor’s Corner – Go!

Dear Friends, This Sunday will be the last Sunday in our Vision and Values Sermon Series leading up to our 5th anniversary celebration on May 20th. It has been a joy to drill down into Acts 2:42-47 and remind ourselves what the purpose of the local church is and who Christ has called us to be. This Sunday we… Continue Reading

Pastor’s Corner – Eternal Hope

Dear Friends, This past week we said goodbye to a dear friend and brother in Christ. I’m so thankful how the Cornerstone family came alongside his family to show the love of Jesus and be a Gospel witness to the community. I personally am going to miss Gary. I wanted to share with you some… Continue Reading

Pastor’s Corner

Pastor’s Corner Dear Friends, What a great start we have had to our new Spring Sermon Series on Acts 2:42-47 as we focus on our vision and mission as a church. Please be praying that God will keep us DEVOTED to the things He has called us to in His Word. This month there are… Continue Reading

Pastor’s Corner – Holy Week

Dear Friends, This week we begin the most important week in the life of the Church, Holy Week. The week is marked by Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem and ends with Him triumphing over sin and death on the cross. This week should be more to us than Christmas! Perhaps we could start thinking of… Continue Reading