Posts with the category “weekly-announcements”

This Saturday @ Cornerstone: March 13, 2021
by Ryan Joki on March 13th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. Gender – what it is and isn't and what roles and behaviors should be assigned to a person based on their biological sex – has been one of the most controversial and transformational concepts in our society in the past 50 years. What does the Bible - and, even more specifically the gospel - have to say about this subject? Ryan will continue to provide the answer...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 28, 2021
by Ryan Joki on February 27th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. Gender – what it is and isn't and what roles and behaviors should be assigned to a person based on their biological sex – has been one of the most controversial and transformational concepts in our society in the past 50 years. What does the Bible - and, even more specifically the gospel - have to say about this subject? Ryan will begin to provide the answer to...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: February 21, 2021
by Ryan Joki on February 17th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. As Christians, we're supposed to be "in the world, but not of the world." But where's the dividing line? How far can we go in engaging the world with the gospel before we become "of the world?" Ryan will continue to provide the answer to that question this Sunday in the second part of a two-part message from 1 Corinthians 10:14-11:1  entitled "The Entanglement ...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 31, 2021
by Ryan Joki on January 30th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. In the gospel, God declares that, although we all deserve eternal judgment, we can instead receive eternal life and blessing - absolutely free. There really is no better news than this, and it is certainly worth celebrating. That said, is it possible to misapply - or even over-apply - this message?  And if so, how? Ryan will explain this Sunday in a message fro...  Read More
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 24, 2021
by Ryan Joki on January 23rd, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. In the gospel, God declares that, although we all deserve eternal judgment, we can instead receive eternal life and blessing - absolutely free. There really is no better news than this, and it is certainly worth celebrating. That said, is it possible to misapply - or even over-apply - this message?  And if so, how? Ryan will explain this Sunday in a message fro...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 10, 2021
by Ryan Joki on January 9th, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. It's clear that there is freedom in the gospel. Not only is the Christian free of any obligation to obey a specific code of commands in order to be accepted by God, but, through the Spirit, there's even a kind of freedom to participate in some practices that would have been forbidden in the Old Testament. The question is: how is this freedom to be used?  Ryan w...  Read More
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: January 3, 2021
by Ryan Joki on January 2nd, 2021
This week's bulletin is online here. It's clear that there is freedom in the gospel. Not only is the Christian free of any obligation to obey a specific code of commands in order to be accepted by God, but, through the Spirit, there's even a kind of freedom to participate in some practices that would have been forbidden in the Old Testament. The question is: how is this freedom to be used?  Ryan w...  Read More
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 27, 2020
by Ryan Joki on December 26th, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. An identity crisis occurs when some new event or set of facts causes a person to re-evaluate their place and role in the world. In this way, the gospel should produce an identity crisis in the Christian. But what does identity crisis produce? How does the gospel transform the way we relate to others - and, most specifically, to the church? Ryan will explain thi...  Read More
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 20, 2020
by Ryan Joki on December 19th, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. Is it possible for a genealogy to be exciting or even useful for the Christian life? Ryan will explain this Sunday how Matthew teaches us an important lesson about grace through the genealogy provided in Matthew 1:1-17.In Sunday school, we will continue our survey of the Old Testament with a lesson entitled "Old Testament Sacrificial System."...  Read More
This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 13, 2020
by Ryan Joki on December 12th, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. It's clear that there is freedom in the gospel. Not only is the Christian free of any obligation to obey a specific code of commands in order to be accepted by God, but, through the Spirit, there's even a kind of freedom to participate in some practices that would have been forbidden in the Old Testament. The question is: how is this freedom to be used?  Ryan w...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: December 6, 2020
by Ryan Joki on December 5th, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. It's clear that there is freedom in the gospel. Not only is the Christian free of any obligation to obey a specific code of commands in order to be accepted by God, but, through the Spirit, there's even a kind of freedom to participate in some practices that would have been forbidden in the Old Testament. The question is: how is this freedom to be used?  Ryan w...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: November 29, 2020
by Ryan Joki on November 28th, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. What does the Christian truly need more than anything else? In Matthew 14:13-36 Jesus takes His disciples to a desolate region to enjoy a much needed rest, but when they arrive they are immediately greeted by a large crowd looking for Jesus. Jesus greets the crowd, and in the miracles that follow He teaches His disciples about their greatest need. Ryan will exp...  Read More
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This Sunday @ Cornerstone: November 22, 2020
by Ryan Joki on November 22nd, 2020
This week's bulletin is online here. Like it or not, we're all under some form of authority, and one such authority is the government. It can be a source of anxiety for the Christian to know how to respond to this authority - and most especially when our leaders are foolish or even disobedient. What counsel does the Scripture provide for us in this scenario? How are we to think about and interact ...  Read More
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