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1 & 2 Samuel Sermon Series Bibliography

Now that we are coming to the end of the Samuel sermon series, it is time for publishing our bibliography of works cited. I’ve mentioned before how I love research, books, and study. Part of that love is the usefulness of a good list of references. I wrote about this in Love the Bibliography, and know…

Quotes: Edward Payson on Owning Christ

Periodically, good quotes are worthy of our pondering. Here’s one from Edward Payson: “Every real Christian may say Christ is mine. There are five different ways in which any thing may become ours. The first is by formation or production. In this way the articles which we construct, and the fruits of the earth which…

What is a Confessional Church?

Another blog post on confessions? Yes, once again, because we’ve been enjoying our London Baptist Confession course, and I’ve been enjoying preparing for it. We believe it is important for our families to understand our beliefs as a church and our heritage as “Particular Baptists” or “Reformed Baptists.” So, what is a confessional church? It…

FAQ: What is your view of the Law of God?

The elders of CCF have often been asked how we view the Law of God.  The reasons can vary. Sometimes people ask us this question because they want to know if we are Theonomists.  To this we reply: the elders of CCF have a high view of God’s Law, but we are not Theonomic. Sometimes people ask us this…

Kindness does not an evanjellyfish make

Ephesians 2:4-7 4 But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, 5 even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved— 6 and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus,…

Processing Ferguson

On Saturday, August 9, at mid-day, an 18-year-old young man named Michael Brown was killed in an altercation with police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. The most basic facts of the case include that the young man was black, and the police officer is white. The young man was also unarmed. There is quite…

Are non-reformed people welcome at CCF?

If you are partially reformed, or non-reformed, but are interested in visiting our church, you are most definitely welcome.  We value the relationships we have with our  non-reformed or partially reformed brethren.  As a result, we want to make it very clear that one does not have to be reformed to be welcome in our fellowship. That…

Membership at Cornerstone

Recently, we at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship (CCF) added a number of families to our church membership and enjoyed formally receiving them into the congregation. Membership is a topic that is rarely addressed sufficiently in the churches today; its even seen as unnecessary in some congregations. But we believe the Bible teaches us that church membership…