Here are the quotes from this Sunday's Advent message. "We should not think that the serpent's temptation is nothing more than an invitation to break a rule, arbitrary or otherwise. That is what a lot of people think that "sin" is: just breaking a rule. What is at stake here is something deeper, bigger, sadder, uglier, more heinous. It is a revolution. It makes me god ...Keep Reading
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We have a loving, accepting, powerful, sovereign, good, holy, and faithful Friend at all times and in every circumstance. Regardless of where we’re at, we can go to Him and find help and grace in our time of need. We have a refuge from the storm. He will comfort us in our affliction and discipline us in our sin. He will restore us when we are weary. He will never forsake us. Jesus has already given His life for us, so we know He is willing to give us everything else we need....
Stand in awe of God’s great love for you! He set His love on you before the world was formed. He loved you when you were unlovely. He sent His one and only precious Son to rescue you. He gave you new life so that you could respond to Him and enjoy eternal fellowship with Him. It just doesn’t get any better than that. ...
At the root of discontentment is a questioning of God’s goodness, wisdom, love, and justice. In this devotion, Kevin helps us get to the source of our discontentment and shows us from Philippians 4 that when we are enjoying God, we can be happy with very little because we have Him. ...
"Christ is innocent so far as His own Person is concerned; and therefore He should not have been hanged from the tree. But because, according to the Law, every thief should have been hanged, therefore, according to the Law of Moses, Christ Himself should have been hanged; for he bore the person of a sinner and thief and not of one but of all sinners and thieves. For we ...Keep Reading
Though you may have begun listening to Christmas music in September, the Advent season is now upon us. Advent simply means coming or arrival. Advent is a season in which the church anticipates and celebrates the coming of Jesus at Christmas. Is there any better season of the year? Over the next 4 Sundays, our Advent series will focus on the indestructible hope found in J...Keep Reading
This past Sunday at Cornerstone U, Kevin Shipp walked thru the tough topic of how the church and the state relate together. How does a Christian respond to issues in our culture, to politics, and to elections? What is our responsibility? What is our role? How does the gospel define our worldview? Questions like this and more are highlighted in Kevin's message. Along with ...Keep Reading