As you came in this morning, you had a card on your chair for Inasmuch United Knoxville. Inasmuch United Knoxville is a day of compassion ministry.As a church, we set aside one day every spring, along with dozens of other churches across Knoxville, and we go and serve those in need and ministries that care for those in need.On this Saturday morning, we will go to proclaim...Keep Reading
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In this week’s video, Bill encourages us from Psalm 25 to persevere in the midst of loneliness and discouragement. These are difficult times and God's word helps us call out to him and trust him. It's like God sits down on the couch with us, puts his arm around us, and helps us....
Trials bring out the best and worst in humanity. We see examples of love, wisdom, generosity, self-sacrifice, and unity. We also see hatred, foolishness, selfishness, finger-pointing, and discord. What is our duty as Christians in this trial? Kevin reminds us we keep calm and carry on loving like we have been loved....
Tedd Tripp says, "Covid-19 has given us a lot of time together as families. Have you noticed a shocking amount of conflict in your home? We have to train ourselves not to look at the conflicts with dread or as unnecessary problems, but as opportunities to help our children understand themselves and others." These weekly lessons are designed to help your family spend time in God's word, rehearse the gospel, and apply scripture together....
How do we square the knowledge of God’s sovereignty and goodness with challenging circumstances? In this week’s devotion, Kevin Shipp helps us from Isaiah 45 and reminds us that God "bends everything around for a saving purpose….It’s what we love about God. Not even evil can frustrate him. And his surprising strategies are our assurance." ...
Some of the highlights from this week's Sunday school lesson at CCK Children's Ministry. Whether your child is participating in our Gospel Story curriculum that goes from preschool up through 3rd grade, or whether they are a part of our New City Catechism curriculum that is being taught to 4th and 5th grade, here are this week's lessons, to help you feel connected to the larger church body as you worship the Lord at home with your family this week....
Here are the announcements from this past Sunday: Exploring Cornerstone Church Class This class is for anyone who wants to learn more about what we believe, what we value, how we care for one another, or if you want to explore membership. It's a one-day class with all 4 sessions. Saturday, April 9. 9 AM - 2 PM. Breakfast and lunch are provided. Childcare is provided...Keep Reading
This past Sunday, as we entered 1 Timothy chapter 2, we are going to hit the topics of biblical manhood/womanhood over the next couple of Sundays. So, along with the preaching, we wanted to highlight a couple of recources for furthur study. Here are the resources we recommended this week: Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood,edited by John Piper and Wayne Grudem. A...Keep Reading
About a month from now, the college students will head to Laguna beach Florida for VFC's annual spring break trip, Vision Quest. It's a major highlight of the year, and the closer it draws the more excited they get. One of the most important priorities for VFC is to be tightly connected to this church, and the church connected to the college students. One of the ways w...Keep Reading
This week, for our Cornerstone U, we are kicking-off the Crown Moneylife course. This is a 5-week course looking into what the scriptures have to say about money and possessions. During this course, we will dive into: A biblical view of finances Reducing debt Giving generously How much to save vs. how much to give How we should view our "stuff" With each of these...Keep Reading
On Sunday, we prayed for Jason Graf who will be deployed this coming week. Afer praying for him, here are the announcements Jeff highlighted for us: It is the kindness of the Lord that Jason's deployment happens after, and not before, the family got to celebrate Christmastime together. So glad you've been here with us, buddy, and are here today. While you are over there, ...Keep Reading
Here are the things we highlighted during our church life section on Sunday. Christmas Eve Service -- this Thursday at 5 pm. Join us for our annual one-hour Christmas Eve Service where we will sing some traditional christmas carols and be encouraged from God's Word. We'll also have a brief storytime section for the kids. It's become an annual tradition for many familie...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
Just as a reminder we still have our Cornerstone U classes meeting in the mornings. We will be finishing our Tough Topics Class next week with the topic of Racism. Racism is not an issue of the past but one that is affecting our nation, our churches and our brothers and sisters in Christ. So, we do not want to simply turn a blind eye or turn to CNN, Fox, or Facebook to lea...Keep Reading