Author Archives: Cornerstone Fellowship

About Cornerstone Fellowship

Cornerstone Fellowship is a new church that started on September 5th and currently meets Sundays mornings at 10 a.m. Our location is 206 Main Street in the heart of Downtown Kilgore. If you are searching for a church home come check us out!

Why iServe?

Part of the DNA of Cornerstone Fellowship is a quarterly event called iServe.  During this Sunday morning we cancel our regularly scheduled activities and partner with New Birth Fellowship and other groups to impact our community for the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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Spiritual Receptivity and the Pursuit of God

A. W. Tozer in his book The Pursuit of God spends a portion of the text writing about spiritual receptivity.  I would love to write out his whole argument, but that would simply take up too much space.  I will … Continue reading

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Through the Veil

There is a cloud hanging over us called modernity.  We’ve been lulled to sleep by Google, GPS, and smart phones.  There is literally nothing that is not available to us.  If we have the resources we can travel anywhere (even … Continue reading

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The Gospel

In light of our current series as well as the approach of the Easter holidays, I thought I’d take a moment to put pen to paper (or fingers to keys, as it were) and say a couple things about where … Continue reading

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Ichabod: “The glory of God is gone.”

“…and when she heard the news that the Ark of God was captured, that her father-in-law and husband were dead, she bowed and gave birth, for her pains came upon her. About the time of her death the women attending … Continue reading

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ONE Faith

On January 24, President Obama is scheduled to give the State of the Union address.  This is an annual speech before the joint Congress in which the President outlines what happened in the previous year while expressing his desires and … Continue reading

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Advent 2.4

Surprisingly, this was one of the harder messages I’ve ever written.  After all, this is the message about Jesus’ birth.  We all know the story; it should be an easy sell.  I should be able to write this message in … Continue reading

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