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A Call to Prayer – June 2015

Pastor Greg Mayo offers perspective in regards to the recent supreme court ruling on gay marriage, debates over racism, and the Charleston church shooting. Let us continue praying that God’s truth will prevail in America!

          Welcome to Cornerstone! Our vision is to experience church like we read about in the New Testament, and our mission is to multiply and encourage healthy, life giving churches. We value the presence of God and the power of the Gospel to change our lives. We believe in cultivating a spirit of fellowship, a culture of family, and are dedicated to the discipling and equipping of our members to do good works in Jesus' name.

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From the Pastor's Heart

From The Pastor’s Heart – August 26, 2015

When we made the decision to move our meeting place from the lake to the school by October 1, 2015, looking ahead seemed like a long time. But here we are with only a few more weeks to go. While the first Sunday in October may still be our official opening day at our new […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart- August 19, 2015

We are living in uncertain times. In the midst of economic crisis, political chaos, break down of law and order, social unrest, acceptance of immoral life styles, persecution of Christians, and in general loss of our God given common sense, there is certainly reason for discouragement, despair, and defeat. But, as Christians our life is […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart- August 12, 2015

It was a blessing to be back Sunday after being away a couple of weeks. The worship was special. The presence of God was evident. Tim Golin did an excellent job sharing about their work in Thailand. I left feeling like I had been to church. I was reminded again of why we do what […]

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