'faith stories' Tagged Posts

'faith stories' Tagged Posts

Jennie Pelletier: My Cancer Journey

Hello. My name is Jennie Pelletier and my husband is Joe. If you attend church here at Cornerstone then you have probably seen us both serving on the worship team. Well, at least you will see Joe since I sit behind the drums most of the time. About 1 year ago I stood up here and presented my faith story of how I came to saving faith in Jesus. During this story, I shared how important to me was the…

Melanie Obear: They told my parents I was the “Devil’s child.”

I grew up in a Christian home, went to a church and all that, but did not understand a lot of what was happening. There were people that came into our life that told my parents I was the “Devil’s child” and my parents made me get rid of all my pictures and record albums… Listen to the audio or read below the rest of Melanie’s faith story.

Caleb Bradshaw: Casual Christianity

Hello, my name is Caleb Bradshaw.  I live in Littleton with my Mom and Dad, along with my five siblings:  Stephanie, Micah, Anna, Mubeshire, and Bona. I was born into a Christian family, and I have been a Christian as long as I can remember.  I grew up going to Immanuel, and that is where I began to learn about what it means to be a Christian. Through Immanuel, I learned almost every Bible story there is to know, and…

Meaghan Tiano: What The World Offers

Romans 15:13, says “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”  When I first heard this scripture was when I first realized those who trust IN GOD for authority, direction, and wisdom, are to be filled BY GOD with ALL JOY, ALL PEACE. But this meaning is exactly where I stumbled over for so long. The person…

Kathy Harwood: Personal Emptiness with Deep Longing

My name is Kathy Harwood. My husband Jon and I live in Groton, MA with our three school aged children. I was born and raised in Acton, MA. Born into the Catholic church, I was baptized as an infant by my parents. My parents loved me and took time to make sure I was cared for and that they spent time with me. I loved the outdoors, and I was allowed to wander over to my neighbor’s homes to play…

Jon Harwood: I Hit Rock Bottom

Hello my name is Jon Harwood, I have a wonderful wife named Kathy and 3 amazing children, Sidney, Riley and JT and we all live in Groton Massachusetts. My story of faith starts as a teenager, I went to church with my Aunt and Uncle and my cousin about once per month. Unfortunately I missed the message of grace and only heard the message of hell for sinners and as a teenager I made a lot of mistakes. So I…

Jeremy Ralls: Meaningless, Monotonous, Routine Christianity

My name is Jeremy Ralls, and I will be sharing my faith story with you tonight. I live in Dunstable with my Dad and Mom, John and Ann, and my sister Allison. Ever since I was born, I was raised as a Christian. To me, everyone in the world was part of the church. It seemed like all I needed to do to be a Christian is go to church every Sunday, read the Bible, and pray to God before…

Molly Crawford: God is Amazing!

I am Molly and I live with my Mom, Dad two sisters, Ruthie and Cammie, and my brother Sawyer in Westford. I moved here a year ago from Texas. I have grown up going to church. But I am still a sinner. I lied and did not listen all the time. To my mom I misbehaved and was the most disobedient child of hers. I knew I sinned but I hated getting in trouble. One Easter morning a few years…

Terry Iles: More Precious than Gold, Sweeter than Honey

Good evening. My name is Terry Iles. I am a part of Cornerstone, along with my wife, Sara, and our 4 year old daughter, Emma, and I am also blessed to serve as one of your elders. We live in Boxborough, and I work as a doctoral student in Hebrew and Old Testament Studies. It will be no no surprise to many of you that my faith story may seem dry and undramatic. However, in spite of this appearance, I…

Andy Bradshaw: Christianity is Not Boring

I’m Andy Bradshaw; I live with my wife, Keri, and our six kids in Littleton, the in which town I grew up. My parents were divorced when I was two, but my Mom remarried when I was five. The man she married was a Christian, and a serious one. Because of this, I grew up in a Christian home. I spent my childhood through high school doing pretty much all the right things and headed off to a Christian College.…