Monthly Archives: January 2011

Make Your Life Count: Life is a Vapor

What I’ve learned in the 5 months as pastor of Cornerstone is that sermon preparation is not always the same. My normal method is to start on Wednesday with the scripture I’m working with.  When you preach through a book, … Continue reading

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Make Your Life Count: Remember

This has been a pretty long week. We’ve been up here at the building every day this week trying to get it all painted and installing the stage and the new TVs, and we’re not even done, yet.  We’re most … Continue reading

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Make Your Life Count: The Mission of the Church Matters

The mission of the church matters.  In the video we just watched it talked about the despair in the world.  It talked about the hopelessness and darkness in the world. I want you to imagine, if you will, that you’re … Continue reading

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Make Your Life Count: The Least of These

Everyone wants a full life, a life of significance.  I’ve never met anyone who said to me “you know I really want to just waste my life and never accomplish anything at all.” Philosophers debate the meaning of life endlessly … Continue reading

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