This Sunday @ Cornerstone: September 19, 2021
by Ryan Joki on September 18th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. It is universally agreed among Christians that the resurrection of the dead is an essential doctrine to the Christian faith, but is it really practical? Does it have any impact on the way we live today, or is it merely something that will happen to us...one day? Ryan will explain in a message from 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 entitled " The Resurrection: Applied (Part...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: September 12, 2021
by Ryan Joki on September 11th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: September 5, 2021
by Ryan Joki on September 4th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: August 29, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 28th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: August 22, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 21st, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: August 15, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 14th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Week @ Cornerstone: August 9, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 10th, 2021
Cornerstone Family, Here’s what’s going on this week at Cornerstone:Metanoia. Week 2 of Metanoia meets Wednesday at 6:30 PM in the conference room. If you’d like to join Metanoia, but you’re not sure how, just contact Emily or I.Home Fellowship Groups. Home fellowship groups resume this Sunday. Hopefully you’ve already had a chance to sign-up for one of our groups. If not, feel free to email me an...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: August 8, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 7th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. "I'm not really religious. I'm spiritual." It's a statement that's been uttered more than once. There's a growing perception that a personal and private expression of worship is somehow equivalent (or even superior to) a corporate and public one - that such expressions of worship are more "authentic" and therefore "truer" than the kind of worship we find in org...  Read More
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This Week @ Cornerstone: August 2, 2021
by Ryan Joki on August 3rd, 2021
Cornerstone Family,Here’s what’s going on this week at Cornerstone.Metanoia. The first Metanoia meeting of the year is this Wednesday @ 6:30 PM. If you’re not sure what Metanoia is, you can basically think of our children’s curriculum in two-parts. In part-one, we try to provide the children with a systematic overview of the Scriptures. That’s our Generations of Grace program on Sunday morning. It...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: August 1, 2021
by Ryan Joki on July 31st, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. Near the conclusion of the Olivet Discourse Jesus explains that when the time comes for Him to judge and determine who will be allowed to enter heaven, He will do so on the basis of how a person treated His disciples. Why will this be the standard that Jesus uses? Ryan will explain in a message from Matthew 25:31-46 entitled "The Sheep and the Goats."In Sunday ...  Read More
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REMINDER: Reading & Prayer Plan
by Ryan Joki on July 31st, 2021
Cornerstone Family,Back during our congregational meeting, I mentioned that one of the things we want to try to grow in this year is prayer and spiritual fellowship (particularly among the men). Further, I said that one of the ways we wanted to encourage this was by providing both a corporate reading plan for the church to do together and an updated prayer list. The idea is that the corporate read...  Read More
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Men's Retreat ('21-'22)
by Ryan Joki on July 31st, 2021
Cornerstone Family,We are going to have our first of what we hope to be an annual men’s retreat this Labor Day week-end from Sunday evening to Monday afternoon at Shoal Kirk Camp in Neosho. The suggested donation for this retreat is only $15/attendee, and our theme for this year is going to be “Iron Sharpening Iron.” We’re going to emphasize the importance of developing meaningful friendships with...  Read More
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