This Sunday @ Cornerstone: March 3, 2024
by Ryan Joki on March 1st, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. In Scripture, a "mystery" is a truth that was either hidden or revealed unclearly in former times, which is then clearly revealed at a later point in time. The cross is one such mystery. There are elements to this truth that was revealed cryptically in the Old Testament, which are then made clear with the coming of Christ. One such element is Jesus' demand that...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 25, 2024
by Ryan Joki on February 24th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. In Scripture, a "mystery" is a truth that was either hidden or revealed unclearly in former times, which is then clearly revealed at a later point in time. The cross is one such mystery. There are elements to this truth that was revealed cryptically in the Old Testament, which are then made clear with the coming of Christ. One such element is Jesus' demand that...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 18, 2024
by Ryan Joki on February 17th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. The feeding of the five thousand is one of the most famous and well-liked of all of Christ's miracles - and for good reason. For in this miracle Christ promises rest - full, complete, everlasting rest. And yet, we don't entirely have to wait for that rest. It's possible to experience a measure of it even now, on this side of the Curse. Christ shows us how. In w...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 11, 2024
by Ryan Joki on February 10th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. Ever since the Fall, man has been burdened with the requirement of incessant labor, and so ever since then, he has also looked forward to the hope of a coming rest. In John 6, Jesus performs a miracle that speaks to that hope. What is it, and what does it teach us about that rest? Ryan will explain this Sunday in part two of a two-part message from John 6:1-40 ...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 4, 2024
by Ryan Joki on February 3rd, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. Ever since the Fall, man has been burdened with the requirement of incessant labor, and so ever since then, he has also looked forward to the hope of a coming rest. In John 6, Jesus performs a miracle that speaks to that hope. What is it, and what does it teach us about that rest? Ryan will explain this Sunday in part one of a two-part message from John 6:1-40 ...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 28, 2024
by Ryan Joki on January 27th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. It could easily be argued that humility - self-denial - is the supreme Christian virtue or ethic. Christians are to be known by their willingness to defer their own desires for the good of others. This is because they worship a humble god - a god who eagerly and willingly puts the good of others above Himself. This is a truth that is revealed in John 5:19-47, a...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 21, 2024
by Ryan Joki on January 19th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. It could easily be argued that humility - self-denial - is the supreme Christian virtue or ethic. Christians are to be known by their willingness to defer their own desires for the good of others. This is because they worship a humble god - a god who eagerly and willingly puts the good of others above Himself. This is a truth that is revealed in John 5:19-47, a...  Read More
0
Services Cancelled - January 14, 2024
by Ryan Joki on January 13th, 2024
Cornerstone Family,We’ve decided to cancel services for tomorrow. We typically don’t like to cancel for temperature. However, with the temperatures expected to drop beyond merely “uncomfortable” to the borderline “dangerous” level, we don’t want anyone to feel pressured to have to get out into the cold and be there (especially those travelling from a distance). We’re sorry for any inconvenience th...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 7, 2024
by Ryan Joki on January 6th, 2024
This week's bulletin is online here. It could easily be argued that humility - self-denial - is the supreme Christian virtue or ethic. Christians are to be known by their willingness to defer their own desires for the good of others. This is because they worship a humble god - a god who eagerly and willingly puts the good of others above Himself. This is a truth that is revealed in John 5:19-47, a...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 31, 2023
by Ryan Joki on December 30th, 2023
This week's bulletin is online here. The life that God offers in the gospel is about more than just existing. It's about knowing God. That said, it can sound well and good to make that kind of a claim in theory. It's quite another to define how that works in practice. So how does that actually work? How does a person truly come to find their delight in God? Ryan will explore part of the answer to ...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 24, 2023
by Ryan Joki on December 23rd, 2023
This week's bulletin is online here. Christmas is a time of promise and hope. At Christmas, we look forward to the eventual rest that Jesus will bring at the consummation of all things as we remember His coming into the world. In John 5, Jesus performs a miracle that points ahead to that rest when He heals a man on the Sabbath, and as He describes the meaning of that event, He speaks to His identi...  Read More
0
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 17, 2023
by Ryan Joki on December 15th, 2023
This week's bulletin is online here. The Gospel of John is an evangelistic Gospel. On the one hand, this means that we can read John to discover how to come to faith, but, on the other, this means that we can also read it to learn how to proclaim our faith. It is an inspired example of how to proclaim Jesus as the Christ, the Son of God. That being the case, what does it teach us about how to evan...  Read More
0
Older   

Recent

Archive

 2023
 2022

Categories

Tags

no tags