Cornerstone

May 7, 2020

Reflections on Jeremiah 29:11

“...I believe that many of us will be tempted to question his goodness as we suffer, or the people we love suffer, or our community suffers. I pray that Jeremiah 29:11 will be used by Him to tether our hearts to Him...”

April 30, 2020

Suffering Well in the Time of COVID

“God's Word shows us that suffering well is not about presenting endless positivity, but pouring out our hearts to the Lord and receiving His grace in all our felt weaknesses.”

March 11, 2020

Coronavirus: Our Approach

Cornerstone West LA Members and Attenders:

January 30, 2020

Take Time to Listen, Take Time to Weep

“...It’s a difficult feeling to bear when people see you as a problem or threat and that you don’t belong in a specific location based off of what you look like.”

August 6, 2019

Authentic Hospitality

“Hospitality isn’t the presenting of a carefully manicured façade, it’s the genuine sharing of your real self with others.”

March 6, 2019

When Ministry Hurts

“...God doesn’t leave us to ourselves. In the midst of heartache, God doesn’t move on from us.”

November 6, 2018

He Knows Their Name

“What a privilege it is to give a child love who has known only pain.”

October 30, 2018

Busy Living and the Brinded Cow

“I want peace. I want to find my bearings. Somewhere in Busy Living I’ve lost the companionship of my God.”

The Christian Response to Gentrification

How can we think about and approach the topic of gentrification with a biblical, loving view?

July 24, 2018

Loving Cities As They Are

“Loving neighbors isn’t about moving sin elsewhere or waiting for different neighbors to arrive. It’s loving those who God has placed us around and not neglecting them.”