Cornerstone exists because of Jesus. We'd love to show you how your story matters to him, and how his story matters for you.
The church isn't an organization or a building. The church is a family—God’s family, filled with redeemed sinners that are now his children because of Jesus.
Just like a vine grows best with a good trellis, our church family grows best with good programs. Our programs and ministries are tailored to support the community and mission God has given us.
“I felt less in control, and simultaneously more at peace, than I have ever felt.”
“What a privilege it is to give a child love who has known only pain.”
“Regardless of the circumstances...it is indescribably painful when a child is ripped out of your life. Our God knows this well.”
“It was in that room...as we wept genuine tears of lament, that I finally internalized the soulful turmoil and unashamed anguish we see in scripture and in our world.”
“God has a profound love and heart for those who are maginalized in our society- the foreigner, the orphan, the widow, the refugee; and He calls us to reflect that same heart.”
“Jesus died for you and me, but He also died for abusive dads, neglectful moms, people capable of all kinds of horrors — and He died for their children, too.”
“It’s true that some people can’t ‘do that’ themselves—if by ‘that’ they mean take in a child in their current season of life. But orphan care is much larger than taking in a child. If by ‘that’ we mean care for orphans in their distress, then everyone can—and should—do that themselves.”
I’d like to take the opportunity to shine the spotlight on that type of orphan here: older kids in foster care.
God is calling us (every single Christian) to deep humility and a passionate care for the poor and needy, especially those Christians who have an excess of food and have the capability of living in prosperous ease.
“There are two realities that have drawn me in to the world of adoption:
1. God’s unimaginable adoption of us 2. The overwhelming number of orphans in our city without a permanent family.”