'Bible' Tagged Posts

'Bible' Tagged Posts

Scripture for Difficult and Trying Times

Our youth ministry recently discussed how we can turn to scripture for encouragement during trials and difficult times.  Each student brought two verses that were particularly important and meaningful to them to share. Our youth leader wrote down the references and put them together to share back so in sharing they multiplied. Please join the youth in reading and sharing these encouraging verses.

10 Reasons We Can Trust the New Testament Canon Today

Michael Kruger, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte NC, and author of Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books, published an article responding to The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, explaining ten reasons we can trust the New Testament Canon we have today. Originally found and adapted via The Gospel Coalition, please review the ten reasons here: “The New Testament Books are the Earliest Christian Writings We Possess” “Apocryphal Writings…

2 Timothy 3:14-4:4 Small Group Study Guide

At Cornerstone we see Vision as what we want to become and accomplish. Our Mission is how we carry out our vision. Our Core Values are the primary characteristics and DNA of who we are. Our values also help us accomplish both our mission and vision as we focus on what matters most to us. This week we’re study our core value of “Bible – We study, preach, apply, and share God’s Word.” What do you know about the Bible?…

Cornerstone Connect: October 18, 2015 Edition

The October 18 Edition of the Cornerstone Connect is full of information! We hope you will be involved in our Trunk or Treat on October 31!  Load up your trunk with goodies and come on over at noon to the Cornerstone parking lot.  It should be a fun afternoon for kids and adults alike!  Have questions?  Shirley Burchfield can answer them. We’d love to worship with you on Saturday at 5:00–please come!

5 Ingredients for Spiritual Meal-Making

My mom is a great cook who would make three delicious meals a day for my brothers and me. I wish I could say I inherited my mom’s love for cooking, but I never did. She tried and tried to teach me how to cook, but I never wanted to learn. Now my wife is away for a few weeks and I’m counting down the days until the lasagna she made and so lovingly stored in the freezer is gone.…