'frontline' Tagged Posts (Page 4)

'frontline' Tagged Posts (Page 4)

Mission Matters Sermon by Neil Hudson | Luke 10:1-20

Pastor Neil Hudson gave a sermon on mission to our frontlines at Park Street Church in downtown Boston. He works with the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC) to equip pastors and churches to reach out to their frontlines. Your frontline is the place where you naturally spend time with your friends who don’t know Jesus yet, like your office, the library, the coffee shop, Holidays with family, or even the grocery store. I think you will find this sermon…

Frontline Stories Presentation

At Cornerstone, we encourage everyone to view their workplaces, hobbies, families, neighbors, and friends as their frontlines. A frontline is the place where you interact the most with non-Christians. We love it when people from our congregation share what God is doing on their frontlines. This allows us to see what God is doing outside of our four walls and gives us an opportunity to pray for what God is doing there. Please review the article Frontline Stories Explained and the following…

Book Recommendation: Fruitfulness on the Frontline

This Saturday, October 1st, we’re starting an eight-week series called Fruitfulness on the Frontline. The inspiration for this series is the book Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Making a difference where you are by Mark Greene. The great news is that the Cornerstone leadership team has ordered a copy for every person in our church who wants to read it. So if you come to church this Saturday, you’ll receive your free copy! Please enjoy. – Pastor Jonathan *If you find this recommendation a bit…

Frontline Stories Explained

In the Great Commission in Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus taught his disciples to “make disciples” as they were “going, baptizing, and teaching.” He called his followers to do this not in a foreign country, but in Galilee, their hometown. Today he calls us to our Galilees, to reach the lost next-door, our frontlines. Although this is hard, Jesus promises his mission will succeed. What is a frontline? “Your Frontline is the place where you spend the majority of your time outside…

Saturday Worship Explained

We originally published this article on January 4th, 2016 as an explanation of why we chose to have our weekly worship service on Saturday afternoons. In September 2019 we are transitioning to Sunday mornings to better focus on discipleship as a church. If you are wrestling with the theology of Sunday worship or what day of the week you should worship on please read this article as well as The Lord’s Day: Biblical, Historical, and Theological Foundations for Sunday Worship…