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Today, we are in our final week of a new sermon series called Anthem about the songs of David. The book of Psalms is a hymnbook for exiles. In this series we look at four psalms of David and how they shape the way we talk, confess, lament, and sing praise to God. Regardless of our circumstance, we can approach God with the same raw honesty, humilit…
 
Today, we are in our third week of a new sermon series called Anthem about the songs of David. The book of Psalms is a hymnbook for exiles. In this series we look at four psalms of David and how they shape the way we talk, confess, lament, and sing praise to God. Regardless of our circumstance, we can approach God with the same raw honesty, humilit…
 
Today, we are in our second week of a new sermon series called Anthem about the songs of David. The book of Psalms is a hymnbook for exiles. In this series we look at four psalms of David and how they shape the way we talk, confess, lament, and sing praise to God. Regardless of our circumstance, we can approach God with the same raw honesty, humili…
 
Today, we are starting a new sermon series called Anthem about the songs of David. The book of Psalms is a hymnbook for exiles. In this series we look at four psalms of David and how they shape the way we talk, confess, lament, and sing praise to God. Regardless of our circumstance, we can approach God with the same raw honesty, humility, and joy t…
 
Today, we are finishing our sermon series based on the parable of the prodigal son. The gospel comforts those who feel too far gone but also challenges those who think just knowing about God is enough. The prodigal son reminds us that God’s grace is inexhaustible: we can never out-sin his forgiveness. When we feel buried in shame because of sin, we…
 
We are continuing the sermon series based on the parable of the prodigal son. The gospel comforts those who feel too far gone but also challenges those who think just knowing about God is enough. The prodigal son reminds us that God’s grace is inexhaustible: we can never out-sin his forgiveness. When we feel buried in shame because of sin, we can s…
 
We are starting a new sermon series based on the parable of the prodigal son. The gospel comforts those who feel too far gone but also challenges those who think just knowing about God is enough. The prodigal son reminds us that God’s grace is inexhaustible: we can never out-sin his forgiveness. When we feel buried in shame because of sin, we can s…
 
We are in a sermon series based on the book Resolving Everyday Conflict. Through this series we will be encouraged and equipped to glorify God, admit mistakes, bring attention to the harm done by others, and seek reconciliation. Peace is ultimately a gift from God and a fruit of the Spirit, but there’s still much we can do to welcome and cultivate …
 
We are in a sermon series based on the book Resolving Everyday Conflict. Through this series we will be encouraged and equipped to glorify God, admit mistakes, bring attention to the harm done by others, and seek reconciliation. Peace is ultimately a gift from God and a fruit of the Spirit, but there’s still much we can do to welcome and cultivate …
 
We are in a sermon series based on the book Resolving Everyday Conflict. Through this series we will be encouraged and equipped to glorify God, admit mistakes, bring attention to the harm done by others, and seek reconciliation. Peace is ultimately a gift from God and a fruit of the Spirit, but there’s still much we can do to welcome and cultivate …
 
Today, we start a new sermon series based on the book Resolving Everyday Conflict. Through this series we will be encouraged and equipped to glorify God, admit mistakes, bring attention to the harm done by others, and seek reconciliation. Peace is ultimately a gift from God and a fruit of the Spirit, but there’s still much we can do to welcome and …
 
Today, we continue a sermon series called Equipping: The Work of Ministry. In this series, we are going to be studying how the church should function as the body of Christ. All believers have been given spiritual gifts which exist so that we can build up the body of Christ and be a blessing to others. Today, we continue to look at 1 Corinthians and…
 
Today, we continue a sermon series called Equipping: The Work of Ministry. In this series, we are going to be studying how the church should function as the body of Christ. All believers have been given spiritual gifts which exist so that we can build up the body of Christ and be a blessing to others. Today, we continue to look at 1 Corinthians and…
 
Today, we continue a sermon series called Equipping: The Work of Ministry. In this series, we are going to be studying how the church should function as the body of Christ. All believers have been given spiritual gifts which exist so that we can build up the body of Christ and be a blessing to others. Today, we look at 1 Corinthians and learn how w…
 
Today, we start a brand new sermon series called Equipping: The Work of Ministry. In this series, we are studying how the church should function as the body of Christ. All believers have been given spiritual gifts which exist so that we can build up the body of Christ and be a blessing to others. Today, we look at a key passage in Ephesians 4 that …
 
Today, we finish our sermon series about the fruit of the Spirit. We want to get really practical about what the Spirit of God produces in us. It is a singular fruit—perhaps best summarized as Christlikeness, that the Spirit produces, and it is defined in Galatians 5 by nine different characteristics. This week, Larry VanHoose helps us learn how to…
 
Today, we continue our sermon series about the fruit of the Spirit. We want to get really practical about what the Spirit of God produces in us. It is a singular fruit—perhaps best summarized as Christlikeness, that the Spirit produces, and it is defined in Galatians 5 by nine different characteristics. This week, Chris Waller helps us look at our …
 
Today, we continue our sermon series about the fruit of the Spirit. We want to get really practical about what the Spirit of God produces in us. It is a singular fruit—perhaps best summarized as Christlikeness, that the Spirit produces, and it is defined in Galatians 5 by nine different characteristics. Last week, we discussed how we reflect Christ…
 
Today, we start a new sermon series about the fruit of the Spirit. This series called Wholly Living: Reflecting Christ in Our Lives uses the fruit of the Spirit as a test for spiritual maturity and potential growth. When looked at as a cohesive list, the fruit of the Spirit describe Jesus himself. And as one star forms an even more majestic picture…
 
Today, we finish up our series learning how the early church lived life on mission. If we want to be effective in fulfilling the Great Commission, we must be united around Jesus, and we must live generous lives! Sermon Notes: Unity is the Only Way To Be Effective in Our Mission People United in Mission Will Share and Work Together Generosity is the…
 
Today we continue learning how we can live a life on mission! Larry and Mike will be sharing about their recent mission trip to Nicaragua. One of the things that you learn in mission work is that you have to be flexible! This week is no exception. We have some changes to announce for this Sunday only and we will be having one combined service at 11…
 
Thanks for joining us! Happy Fourth of July! We are so glad you have joined us. We all have all been sent on mission, whether you realize it or not. How can you serve and share with others the Good News about Jesus! Today, you’ll learn some of the ways Cornerstone is serving both here in Galax and around the world. More Information about Freedom Fi…
 
We are in week 7, our final week, of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. There are many life lessons in the book of Jeremiah, and by looking at God’s judgment against the surrounding nations, we can see how faithfulness and obedience is rewarded by God. Sermon Notes: What Can We Learn from Jeremiah? 1) Don’t Worship False Gods 2) God Is Just 3…
 
We are in week 6 of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. Today, we celebrate the incredible men in our life this Father’s Day. Let’s honor the men who have supported us, loved us, and been there for us. In Jeremiah, we learn the importance of listening to and following God. Sermon Notes: We All Need to Slow Down and Seek God’s Path Our Heart Wi…
 
We are in week 5 of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. This week, we learn how standing with God is not always popular. But when we listen and surrender to God, God can use us to change a nation. Sermon Notes: Culture Calls Us to Compromise, God Calls Us to Stand Up for What is Right Standing with God is Not Always Popular Pleasing People Is …
 
We are in week 4 of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. This week, we learn about the instructions that Jeremiah gave to the Jewish people who were captured and taken to Babylon. How do we respond when we learn in a culture that is against the Gospel? We engage the culture and community for the sake of the Gospel! Sermon Notes: We Can’t Escape…
 
We are in week 3 of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. This week we learn about our brokenness before God. Will we allow God to mold and reshape our lives, or will we rebel against God’s hand on our lives? Today we will study Jeremiah 18 and 19 to learn about the potter and the clay. Sermon Notes: God Cares About the Broken God Wants to Resha…
 
We are in week 2 of a sermon series in the book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah prophesied during a time of crisis. A time when people turned worship into ritual and quit living for God. We can learn what true worship looks like, and we can learn more about the consequences of sin as we study Jeremiah 7 and Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon. Sermon Notes: You Can’t C…
 
Jeremiah’s ministry was characterized by opposition, suffering, and a message that his people did not want to hear. What can we learn from Jeremiah that will help us reach our world today? Join us as we learn how to stay strong in a hostile world. Sermon Notes: We prepare for God’s call on our life by discovering our identity in Christ Fulfilling o…
 
Happy Mother’s Day! We learn a lot about serving and sacrifice from mothers. Today, we celebrate and remember the many people who have influenced and raised us. We will also learn more about the need for foster care in the Galax area. Sermon Notes: SERVING REQUIRES HUMILITY SERVING REQUIRES SACRIFICE WE HAVE A MISSION IT AIN’T EASY, BUT IT’S WORTH …
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! We use that phrase at times “That’s just the hand that I was dealt” but what does that really mean? When it’s used in the right context, it’s the truth; there are some situations in life that we can’t control. So when confronted with a hand that you’ve been dealt that you don’t understand, what do you do?…
 
Are you living in the hope of Easter? Too many people are consumed with worry and anxiety about what tomorrow might hold. This fear can be paralyzing. As Christians, we believe that our loving heavenly Father is always looking out for us. He takes care of the birds of the air and the flowers of the field and that gives us confidence that he will ta…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! God’s great mercy became a transforming reality through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This mercy is a result of God’s love for us, and this love invites us to live differently in the present. We are to be living sacrifices that no longer conform to the patterns of the world. The world…
 
Last week, on Easter Sunday, we began a new series titled Love Reigns. We celebrated together the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ because his victory over death is proof that he is the true King over everything. Jesus Christ demonstrated his love for humanity by sacrificially giving his life on the cross and resurrecting from the dead. Beca…
 
As Jesus was being crucified, the soldiers mocked him by placing a crown of thorns on his head and placing a sign over his head that read “King of the Jews.” They did not see him as the true King who rules and reigns. After Jesus’ resurrection, he revealed himself to his disciples and because of his defeat of death, he claims all authority over hea…
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. The calling of Jesus is an exciting journey, but that does not mean every moment of following Him results in a thrilling adventure. Most of the time, Jesus calls us to follow him in the ordinary situations of life. Sermon Notes: God calls you to follow him in ordinary everyday life …
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. How many times do we make excuses that keep us from following God’s call on our life? Following Jesus requires that we leave our places of comfort and security, refuse to allow excuses to keep us from immediately obeying Jesus, and avoid becoming distracted with other responsibiliti…
 
We are continuing our series called Marked – Called by the Savior. Jesus began his ministry by calling men and women to follow him and be his disciples. Jesus didn’t come to call the healthy, he came to call those who are imperfect, sick, and hurting. The call is Jesus is open to everyone! Sermon Notes: Being Called will Require You to Leave Some T…
 
Today we begin a new sermon series called Marked – Called by the Savior. Jesus began his ministry by calling men and women to follow him and be his disciples. Today, the invitation of Jesus remains the same: to follow him as his students and to embrace his life and teaching in every area of our lives. We encourage you to share this service with oth…
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted – Faithful Obedience in the Same Direction. You are called to do ministry right where God has placed you! This morning, Larry Van Hoose is sharing about our ministry in place. Sermon Notes: Your ministry has to be contextualized to your place. The “place” matters. “All discipleship is local – it is…
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted. We have been learning how we all face troubles in life. How can we stand strong and avoid Satan’s temptations when everything is crashing down around us? With God’s help, we can be devoted: and we can put God’s love at the center of our lives. Sermon Notes: When we encounter troubles of all kinds,…
 
Today, we are continuing our series called Devoted – Faithful Obedience in the Same Direction. Every believer will face trials, troubles, and tests in life. God can use those things to grow us to maturity in Christ. But Satan wants us to give in to temptation, which can destroy us. Today, we learn how we can stand strong in testing and temptation. …
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! How do we deal with the troubles in life? Where do we turn and how can we get through them? The Bible has the answers to teach us how we can faithful to our commitments, and keep our word. Sermon Notes: We can choose how our troubles impact our faithTroubles Require WisdomWisdom Requires PrayerPrayer Requ…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! Even though we aren’t meeting in person, we have a special service planned. Today, you will get to hear from Pastor Mike Morris and his wife Jennifer as they share what they are learning about the Sabbath. Scripture Today: Matthew 11John 15 The post Devoted – Snow Day Sabbath Devotional appeared first on …
 
Today, we are starting a brand new series called Devoted. How can we be steadfast, committed, and live with integrity and devotion when we face trials and troubles and choices? The Bible has much to say about staying faithful over time, no matter what comes, with God’s help. Sermon Notes: What keeps you from following Jesus? We all have trouble in …
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone! Today, we are continuing our new series learning about Spiritual Disciplines. Prayer is our fundamental response to God; it shapes us in his image as we practice it faithfully and consistently. It is the invitation to allow God into our circumstances Sermon Notes: • Our relationship with God has 3 Vital C…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone!We are starting 2021 by learning more about prayer and fasting. Spiritual Disciplines help us learn how to live a life like Jesus. Fasting is often misunderstood, but it can help us identify the things in life that are controlling us and help us connect with God. Sermon Notes: • In Scripture, we see a patt…
 
Thanks for joining us today at Cornerstone!Today, we are beginning 2021 by learning more about prayer and fasting. Spiritual Disciplines help us learn how to live a life like Jesus. Sermon Notes: QUESTION: DO YOU EVER FEEL LIKE YOU ARE MISSING THE LIFE THAT GOD HAS CALLED YOU TO LIVE?SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES ARE WAYS OF LIVING THAT IMITATE THE WAYS JE…
 
Thanks for joining us at Cornerstone! Today, our Cornerstone Elders are reflecting on 2020 and looking ahead to 2021. We will be sharing what we’ve learned, and how you can get involved with us. Today’s service: 📖 Welcome: Pastor Mike Morris 🎶 O Come O Come Emmanuel 📖 Message: Chris Waller 🎶 Wrap This One Up 📖 Message: Eugene McCurdy 📖 Message: Ton…
 
Today we are continuing part 4 of our Cornerstone Christmas Special Today’s service: 🎶 O Holy Night 🎶 We Three Kings 📖 Message: Prince of Peace 🎶 The First Noel 📖 The Lord’s Supper 🎶 God So Loved Sermon Notes for today What if the peace we are looking for is not the peace we need? What we really need is forgiveness God’s peace makes us whole Script…
 
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