'Jesus' Tagged Posts

'Jesus' Tagged Posts

Gospel-Centered Advent Reading Christmas Eve: The Christ Candle

Since the moment Adam took a bite out of the forbidden fruit we’ve all been waiting for a Savior to come and put things right again (Gen 3:15). We waited during the time of Noah and the flood. We waited during the time of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. We waited during the years of captivity in Egypt and the years of spiritual rebellion in Israel. We waited under the good but broken King David and the bad kings who followed.…

Billy Graham’s Steps to Peace

Billy Graham lived a life focused on sharing the message of salvation through Jesus Christ.1 As we remember his work and ministry, please read Billy Graham’s Steps to Peace and share it with a friend. Thank you. In Christ, The Cornerstone Elders Photo by Unknown – Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34008301 ↩

Can God exist if I’m in chronic pain?

Can God exist if I’m in chronic longterm pain? How could a good God allow people to hurt so much? Listen to Pastor Jonathan as he explains the story of Jesus and how the Bible answers this question.

7 Reasons Why Faithful Church Attendance Matters

Going to church every week, week after week matters. If we know Jesus, we should desire to be with his bride. For all those who believe, have a church home, but don’t attend consistently, I’m writing for you. If you’re one of those spotty non-attenders, I’m writing to you in love but also in truth. Come home! Regular church attendance is not just good for the ministry; it’s good for your soul, and for mine. So why is regular church…

I Shared My Faith Story. Now What?

Congratulations! You recently shared your faith story at Cornerstone. Thank you! Your church is grateful to have heard your testimony. It’s encouraging to reflect on God’s faithfulness over our lives. At Cornerstone, we want to continue to help each other grow to maturity. Here are three simple steps you can take to keep following Jesus: Step 1. Take Time To Reflect You’ve just written, refined, and shared your faith story with the whole church. Our faith stories are often very…

Jonathan Romig: When A Pastor’s Kid Tries Partying

My name is Jonathan Romig and I live in Chelmsford with my wife, Monica. I am the pastor of Cornerstone Congregational Church and am excited to share my faith story with you. I was four years old when I knelt down beside my mom and prayed for forgiveness for my sins. She led me in a prayer in which I told Jesus I would “trust” and “serve” Him forever.  As I prayed I realized I had just signed up to…

Kevin Crawford: When My Parent’s Faith Became My Faith

Hi my name is Kevin Crawford and I live in Westford with my wife, Angela, and our 4 children, Molly, Ruthie, Cammie, and Sawyer.  We moved here from Houston, Texas in February. My story is about God’s grace throughout my life… His kindness that I don’t deserve.  By God’s grace, I was raised in a strong Christian home which influenced me to accept Christ at a young age. My parents are Christians, my brothers, my sister, my grandparents, and even…

Anthony Courtemanche: In Need of Rescue

My name is Anthony Courtemanche. My wife Patt and I live in Tyngsboro with two children at home, Hannah, and Max. We have two other daughters who are out of the house and married: Amanda with her husband Andrew also in Tyngsboro, and Molly with her husband Stephen in Oregon. My parents divorced when I was less than three years old, and I was raised by my grandparents on their farm in Lewiston, ME. My grandparents took me to Catholic…

Jennie Pelletier: Feel Like You’re Not Good Enough?

Hello. My name is Jennie Pelletier and my husband Joe and I just recently moved to Chelmsford. Have you ever felt like your not good enough or smart enough or strong enough or pretty enough. I have. In fact I have spent a majority of my life feeling like I wasn’t enough. When I was very young I remember an argument between my parents and my grandparents, the subject of which was me. I think that is the very first…
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