Cornerstone

Sermon
November 13, 2017

Heart Work: The God Who Transforms

“God transforms his children.”

Sermon
November 6, 2017

Prayer: The Relationality of Prayer

“The Bible and prayer are the inhale and exhale of the Christian life.”

Sermon
October 30, 2017

Prayer: Praying to a God Who Forgives

“Because forgiveness is something we have, it’s something we pray for.”

Sermon
October 23, 2017

Prayer: Praying to a God Who Gives

“If God did not withhold His own Son but gave Him up for us, then God is not a withholding God but a giving God, and that should radically change how we ask Him for things in prayer.”

Sermon
October 16, 2017

Prayer: Praying to a God Who is King

“Prayer only makes sense if God is King. Otherwise, why would we go to him?”

Sermon
October 9, 2017

Prayer: Praying to a God Who is Holy

“Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name...”

Sermon
October 2, 2017

Prayer: The God Who Listens

“Even before mankind speaks, God is listening.”

Sermon
September 25, 2017

Bible: The Relationality of God’s Word

“The Bible is how God initiates, maintains, and deepens his relationship with you.”

Sermon
September 18, 2017

Bible: The Depth of God’s Word

“Whenever we open the Bible, our posture towards it must be examined. For as much as we have come to read the Word of God, we must recognize, first and foremost, that the Word of God has come to read us.”

Sermon
September 11, 2017

Bible: The Sufficiency of God’s Word

“Scripture contains all the words of God we need to be redeemed and to live the abundant life he has called us to live as his children.”

Sermon
September 4, 2017

Bible: The Authority of God’s Word

“God has universal and complete authority over us in our lives, and because the Bible is God-breathed, its words directly from the mouth of God, then the Bible also has universal and complete authority over us in our lives.”

Sermon
August 28, 2017

Bible: The God Who Speaks

“God is a God who speaks, and we should listen.”

Sermon
August 21, 2017

Discipleship Pathway: Following Jesus

“The Christian life of love is a long walk in the same direction.”