Cornerstone West Los Angeles
1609 S Barrington Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Grade Levels K–5th
*Please have your child’s medical information ready when filling out the registration form.
Vacation Bible School is an awesome week of learning, games, songs, skits, crafts and fun. The students will be broken up into grade level groups and will go from station to station learning about “King Jesus & The Royal Rescue” through teaching, fun, active games, singing songs, watching skits, making crafts, and building friendships with other students their age! This year we will be learning about how He came to earth for a Royal Rescue and how we can be princes and princesses in His Kingdom.
We will need adult volunteers to help serve the more than 100 kids that will attend. Let pastor Matt know if you want to help out by emailing him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“When the King and the Kingdom come into the world, they defy our expectations. When the Kingdom of God comes, it shines a light on the world but also in our hearts.”
When the King and the Kingdom come into the world, they defy our expectations. When the Kingdom of God comes, it shines a light on the world but also in our hearts. Because of the cross we can experience freedom from slavery to sin, guilt, and shame- and allowing God to expose us with His truth is the way that God chooses to grow His people.
Ken Wallace oversees many outreach projects both here and abroad for Missions Door, which is part of the Conservative Baptist Association. Here are some of Ken’s current projects and the people that he has asked to
head the projects:
African Outreach Center Building Renovation
The renovation of a building in an African country that will be used as an outreach center to Muslims. The center will have a library stocked with Bibles in several languages, apologetic materials, and other suitable literature. There will also be a room to conduct classes and worship services for new converts and those still searching. It will also include living space for a national missionary to Muslims. The Wallaces are thankful for the funds that have been provided for this project.
San Gabriel Valley Outreach Center
The launching of an outreach/evangelism center for 1st generation Chinese in San Gabriel Valley with Ben Chen, a former seminary professor from China.
Oceanside, CA Church Plant
An evangelism/church planting project to the Okinawan Japanese community in Oceanside, California, led by Phil Waters. Phil has also been to Japan to minister to many who are still living in temporary housing and experiencing PTSD following the tsunami.
Partnering with Hope Again LA
Working with Ron Galpin who is the chaplain at Hope Again, a ministry to the urban poor in Los Angeles.
Affordable Housing Workshops
An effort by Dr. Jill Shook working with churches and city officials conducting workshops on affordable housing for the poor. Jill also is involved in a network of 14 congregations that host 3-5 homeless families for 1 week in their respective church facilitiies.
Pray for Ken as he will be hosting a conference/workshop on “Specialized Evangelism” in September.
“And he said to his disciples, “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat, nor about your body, what you will put on. “
In today’s world many of us Christians struggle with worry; even though, we believe that God is sovereign and in absolute control of everything. This situation is nothing new, for Jesus was aware also of this exhausting and tiresome burden during His time here on earth. God wants us to know how we can begin to rest from the tyranny of worry so that we can also begin to rest on Him more.
Cornerstone West Los Angeles
1609 S. Barrington Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90066
The pain and confusion of senseless tragedies can feel far away as we read the various headlines. But in moments like these, when the tragedy strikes in our own hometown, the confusion, pain, fear, and anger can overwhelm us. There seems to be nowhere to turn, and no answers for our questions. And so we invite you to join us in asking those honest questions and feeling those raw emotions together as we spend an evening praying to the God of the universe. Whether you are familiar with prayer or it has been years since you last threw some words into the air, whether you feel like talking to God or you are afraid of what might come out of your mouth if you try, we invite you to join us for a night of prayer at Cornerstone Church, Sunday night at 8pm. We will be praying for the families and friends of those who lost their lives, and we will be praying for all of those impacted and affected by this horrible shooting. We would love to have you join us, and we would love to pray for you too.
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