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Spiritual Connectivity / 6Ms of Fruitfulness on the Frontline

The yellow light blinked slowly, alerting me that there was a problem. I asked Alexa for help, and she told me plainly, “I’m having problems connecting to the internet.” So I called the help desk to get the wireless router back online, but when the technician told me to cycle the power on the modem, the call dropped unexpectedly—I had forgotten that the phone also required an internet connection! Since you’re reading this, you know that I eventually did get…

January 12th – Covid Safety Update

The Deacons recommend that Cornerstone worship in community and in person this Sunday, January 16th. At this time the weather forecast looks dry although quite cold on Sunday morning. Those of our members and attenders who recently tested positive for COVID-19 will have completed their isolation periods and, we pray, will have recovered and be feeling well. We ask that if others test positive or have known close contacts to follow the CDC and Department of Public Health guidelines attached…

January 8th – Covid Update / Zoom Service Announcement

Hi Church, Due to the ever-multiplying number of Covid cases, we are moving this Sunday’s church service to Zoom, which will be streamed on Facebook Live. We hope you can join us. Church Service on Zoom Our church service will take place on Zoom at 10:30 AM on Sunday, January 9th. We will also LiveStream to Facebook. If you don’t want to appear on the LiveStream, please turn your camera off or join us on Facebook. Otherwise, we hope you…

Thank You for Your Service

I spent the first 10 years of my career in the U.S. Navy. Since that time, on several occasions after telling someone about my history, someone would say, “Thank you for your service.” I was always honored to hear it, and humbled too. As I’ve reflected on this, it strikes me how little I thank people for something. For example, when I check out at the grocery store, I may exchange “Thank you’s” with the person behind the counter. This…

January 4th, 2022 – Cornerstone Covid Safety Update

The health and safety of our Cornerstone community is of utmost importance to us. Therefore we are closely monitoring the COVID statistics and will be prepared to take any measures necessary to keep us safe. Currently, this includes requiring anyone aged 5 or older to wear a mask when inside the church building. We also have set the seats in the sanctuary in groupings of 2, 3, 4, and 5, set 6 feet apart, to encourage families to sit together…

New Year’s Resolution – Connecting My Goals to God’s Mission

I’ve always been a fan of New Year’s. I’m not necessarily talking about the big events like they do in Times Square (although I do like to watch the ball drop on TV!). No, for me it’s all about the ‘new’ – the possibilities that it brings. A new year is a chance to make changes, to do something different, to be different. So, as you might imagine, I have made a few resolutions over the years. As I’ve started…