Cornerstone

Sermon
December 12, 2016

Rejoice Like Jesus

“A life of Christian maturity is a life of unity, prayer, and meditation on God's truth.”

Sermon
December 5, 2016

Persevere Like Jesus

“Citizenship is not simply a status but a whole way of living.”

Sermon
November 28, 2016

Strive Like Jesus

“The goal of the Christian life is progress, not perfection.”

Sermon
November 21, 2016

Suffer Like Jesus

“Acceptance cannot be achieved, it can only be received.”

Sermon
November 14, 2016

Plan Like Jesus

“The antidote to idolatry is not to enjoy God’s blessing less, but to be captivated by God, himself, more.”

Sermon
November 6, 2016

Shine Like Jesus

“Salvation isn't a trophy to be put on a shelf, but a gift from a good Father who rejoices when we enjoy His good gift.”

Sermon
October 30, 2016

Think Like Jesus

“When you stop grasping at significance you don’t have and in the gospel receive ultimate significance you don’t deserve, you will find yourself being humble from your heart.”

Sermon
October 23, 2016

Serve Like Jesus

“What do you do when you realize you're the least significant person in the room?”

Sermon
October 16, 2016

Our Encouragement: Your Unity

“Our spiritual growth stops when our fear overcomes our courage.”

Sermon
October 10, 2016

Our Purpose: Your Growth

“God has given us a singular passion: to enjoy and display his glory in everything we do.”

Sermon
October 3, 2016

Our Hope: The Gospel

“As our focus narrows on the gospel, our joy expands to cover all of our life.”

Sermon
September 25, 2016

Our Prayer: Your Love

“Your love must abound more and more and more if you will live a life that glorifies and honors Christ.”

Sermon
September 18, 2016

Our Joy: Your Partnership

Your life is a painting, and God is the master artist. He who began a good work will bring to completion His masterpiece.

Sermon
September 12, 2016

Our Identity: Christ’s Servants

Paul so treasured the gospel that, even in the midst of his mistreatment, he was compelled to speak of the glorious truths and promises of the gospel.

Sermon
August 22, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Perseverance

A sanctified life is anything but a boring life- a sanctified life is a life of discovery and adventure, where you more and more uncover the infinite glories of God's joy, hope, purpose, and love.

Sermon
August 15, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Respect & Honor

Deep respect and honor can be experienced only when one begins to work alongside those who lead us doing the work of the ministry.

Sermon
August 7, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Sober Thinking

In light of eternity, we should not be asleep, and numb to the truths of God, but should be enlivened, emboldened, awakened to God and His mission.

Sermon
August 1, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Hope

“Belief is not the opposite of understanding, it goes hand in hand with understanding.”

Sermon
July 26, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Brotherly Love

“It is the gospel and only the gospel taking root in the lives of people that are totally at odds with one another that makes not simply kindness, but brotherly love, a reality.”

Sermon
July 18, 2016

Trademarks of a Disciple: Holiness

“God is not approaching you to condemn you, but to draw you out of hiding with his grace and mercy.”

Sermon
July 11, 2016

Portrait of a Pastor, Part 2

“Paul openly and tenderly shares his joy at the good news about the little growing church at Thessalonica, and prays for them - and us - in very specific and encouraging ways.”

Sermon
July 3, 2016

Portrait of a Pastor, Part 1

“It is difficult for a pastor to experience a relentless, fatherly love for the congregation until he sees them as his own children.”

Sermon
June 20, 2016

A Pastor’s Thanksgiving

“One of the most powerful ways we can imitate other churches throughout history and the world is in how they suffer faithfully.”

Sermon
June 13, 2016

A Pastor’s Heart

“You yourselves know how the gospel is ministered here at Cornerstone.”

Sermon
June 6, 2016

A Pastor’s Joy

“The greatest joy for Cornerstone’s pastors is to see each member grow to love God more, love others more, and place their hope more fully in Christ.”