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By Dawn Vaculik Almost 14 years ago, our family began our journey into the foster care system, where we fostered and then fostered to adopt. My husband and I already had three biological children – our oldest daughter, Amanda, was headed off to Bible college......

This month, we interviewed Gale Rowlett of Johnny Rowlett Ministries. Her husband, Johnny Rowlett, is the 2016 and 2017 ICMA Music Evangelist of the Year and the two of them travel the country sharing the gospel and ministering the love of God through singing and......

By Kristi Rasor The year 2005 was life-changing for me. My husband, Matt, and I had a two-year-old son, Dylan, who was receiving early intervention services for speech delay and sensory issues. As a first-time mom, I often felt overwhelmed because I didn’t know what......

By Linda Anderson Suffering a loss is difficult, but when you lose someone unexpectedly, especially a spouse, it is even more devastating. It not only affects you in your heart, but your soul and body, as well. My husband, Russ, and I had been married......

By Pastor Eiffey Bedi I am a wife, a mother, a freelance translator, and a pastor, and I want to share with you some of the success strategies I’ve found for how to balance life and all its demands. I realized in writing this that......

Welcome back to the Cornerstone Blog! We hope you have been enjoying the first batch of features we introduced here. All throughout the month of February, Bishop focused his messages on the concept of Work as Worship. Whatever we do, we do it as unto......

  By Glenn Bowen 1.Be submitted. Your leaders on your job were put there by God, and you are under their authority. They deserve your respect and you should never speak ill of them. You can learn what to do from great leaders as well......

By Kimberly Clay When you hear the word “professional,” many images may come to mind. Perhaps you envision an elite athlete or a corporate executive, or even an experience, such as excellent customer service. We may typically think of it as primarily a career-oriented term,......

  By Scott Estep, Realtor and Spiritual Advisor at The Danberry Company I am privileged to be Christ’s ambassador in the marketplace, where I serve as a realtor and spiritual advisor. In 2 Corinthians 5:18, Paul said that Jesus entrusted us with the ministry of reconciliation.......

  By Les Levesque, Owner, Tal-Mon Barber Shop As a Christian, I believe my job is to worship God and spread His love through my conduct and my conversation. Conduct is not only how I act in church, but also how I act outside of......

By Jennifer Gunderson, Portrait Artist My work as worship is to show the best in everyone through the avenue of photography. I’ve devoted myself to professional development in understanding lighting techniques, complimentary wardrobe selections, appropriate posing, selective enhancing, and proper finishing for every project. I......

By Leah Parker We know that we are called to work hard in life, in everything we set our hands to do. The Bible is full of examples to support this. God created a garden, but then placed Adam in it for him to manage......

We asked people from various fields this simple question, “What does work as worship mean to you?” Here is what they said! ADRIENNE, Music Teacher Work is worship for me because it’s where I have an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus. In my work environment, I get to share the Gospel through my words and interactions with children. God places a high priority on the next generation knowing who He is, and I believe I can be a part of......

Welcome to the Cornerstone Blog! We are excited about expanding our reach, bringing you content that will strengthen, encourage, and challenge you. Whether you’re looking for spiritual growth or personal development, there is something here for you! It’s always been one of my favorite things......

  By Leah Parker Have you ever had a moment when something just clicked? When a question you had been tossing around in your mind finally found its resolution? Isn’t it an incredible feeling? I had one of those moments a few months ago when Bishop......

By Meredith Ryburn Recently, while sitting in a local cafe sipping my soy latte, I overheard two friends discussing 2018. “Oh, I don’t do New Year’s Resolutions. I’m not into that stuff,” the one proudly declared to her comrade. I smirked a little to myself.......

  By Harida Hampton The start of a new year is much like the start of a new school year. Both of them provide an opportunity to prioritize what is most valuable in our lives, especially how we are spending our time. For those of......

  By Stephen Kanagaratnam Have you ever wished that you had enough money to pay off debt, go on a vacation, buy a new car, or be able to show more generosity? Financial success is not about how much money you make, but how you......

By Karen Krolak I love how a new year brings so much hope! There’s something amazing about an empty calendar just waiting to be filled with family plans, gatherings with friends, events, and travels. Those last few days of rest after the holidays give me......

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