What Are The Guiding Principles You Follow In Your Life?
Linn Winters, Pat McCalla, Landon MacDonald
Sep 27, 2020 to Nov 15, 2020
What are the guiding principles in you life? This message examines the eight guiding principles of Cornerstone Church that can be applied to our lives as well.
CategoriesBible StudyChristian LivingChristian PrinciplesCollege and Young AdultsEmotional IntelligenceEvangelismGrief and CareMission and OutreachOtherReal-Life StoriesSpiritual GiftsTrials & StrugglesWorship
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Videos in this Series
Eight - Community
Sep 27, 2020
Why struggle alone when you have a community in church? The only way to become a vibrant Christian is through the church community.
Eight - Evangelism
Oct 4, 2020
What is evangelism and why do many people fear sharing the good news of Jesus Christ?
Eight - Biblical Authority
Oct 11, 2020
We live under the authority of a book that explains the very reason for our existence, the Bible, God's inspired word to all who believe.
Eight - Risk
Oct 18, 2020
Are you more comfortable making safe choices in your life? This message examines the benefits of taking risks in our lives.
Eight - Next Gen
Oct 25, 2020
How can you be a church that makes reaching and retaining the next generation a priority?
Eight - Grow
Nov 1, 2020
Even when you know you need to grow your faith, it can be hard to accept that growth. When you grow you will become mature in your faith.
Eight - Serve
Nov 8, 2020
Have you ever felt that service is a burden? Service is not optional as a Christian because Jesus did not come to be served, He came to serve.