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From the Desk of the Elders

On these pages you’ll find some excerpts and extended thoughts on various topics such as church life, theology, biblical living, and much more.

Worship of God Conference Reports

From October 31 through November 2, Pastor Head represented CCF at the Worship of God Conference sponsored by the National Center for Family-Integrated Churches. He produced the following video reports for our church during his time there. Post by Cornerstone Christian Fellowship of Houston. Post by Cornerstone Christian Fellowship of Houston. Post by Cornerstone Christian…

The Myth of Neutrality and Your Bible

In our post-Christian culture, fairness, equality, tolerance and the inalienable right not to be offended are the chief marks of our day. That is, unless you are a Christian. There is a double standard regarding free speech, tolerance and general equity toward others. As Christians, we receive the hatred of the world and are not…

Why Do Calvinists Evangelize?

Mention that you adhere to the doctrines of grace, or “Calvinism” if you prefer, and you can expect to be questioned about evangelism. Sadly, there is a perception in modern evangelicalism that Calvinism kills evangelism. Many people can’t understand how the two go together. Unfortunately, this question arises from of broad lack of knowledge about…

Are you Baptists, or Calvinists?

Every now and then, people ask us what it means to be a “Reformed Baptist”. They want to understand why we use that adjective, “reformed”, when describing what kind of church we are. That is a very good and important question. Traditionally, in protestant churches, Reformed means that a church holds to the particular doctrines…

What is the Gospel?

What is the Gospel? This has to be one of the more important questions a person could ask. Romans 1:16 says the gospel “is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes”.  That’s a pretty impressive statement.  It is therefore fitting that 1 Peter 3:15 commands believers to “always [be] prepared to make a defense…