In these two devotions from Jeff Hodgson, he encourages us on Maundy Thursday to "love others like Jesus has loved us. It’s like wearing an ID badge that says, “I belong to Christ”. On Good Friday, he encourages us with the words Jesus uttered from the cross "It is finished". "And so it is most astounding to consider that He uttered those words before His suffe...Keep Reading
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Summer is around the corner, and Knoxville is launching into Phase 2 of reopening. Slowly, but surely, things seem to heading back to normal. I pray that it continues to feel that way, and that the virus continues to wane throughout our nation and our world. ...
I've been having devotions for over 20 years. For the most part, these have been an exercise in faith and sowing. In other words, I don't have "eureka" moments very often, and the fruit of the time invested in the word and prayer isn't discernable immediately, or even over the course of a few months. However, as I look back over the years there is no question that God has slowly worked through those seemingly insignificant moments. ...
Cornerstone Church of Knoxville seeks to humbly submit ourselves to Scripture in all areas of life, including politics. We seek to be a Gospel-Centered community with diverse backgrounds, cultures, and thoughts, yet always united together by God's grace. We believe the Bible sufficiently informs us how to be involved in the political process. ...
In the constant mundaneness of life, it can be easy to forget the amazing truths of the Gospel. This week's devotional seeks to point us to be amazed by God's love for us. Take some time this week to read this devotional and meditate on the glory of God in all that he is. Let us never forget that "we can know him truly, but we can’t know Him fully." We hope you enjoy this article....
In this week’s video, Bill continues his encouragement for us to pray. As many people ask if this season is a pre-cursor to revival, Bill gives us a guide to pray in light of the fact that God is sovereign over salvation. These scriptures will help you pray for your neighbors, co-workers, family members, and children...Keep Reading
As we celebrate Easter, our Children's Ministry lesson takes us to Doubting Thomas. We learn that Jesus didn’t rebuke Thomas for his unbelief, but graciously came and showed Himself to him, allowing Thomas to touch and see the scars on Jesus’ hands and side. With activities, crafts, and even a hymnsing you can watch with your kids, these resources will help you cel...Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
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 i...Keep Reading
Psalm 19 reminds us that God's word revives the soul, makes wise the simple, rejoices the heart, enlightens the eyes, and endures forever. These articles and messages will help you fight the fight of faith in this season....Keep Reading
Lisa Clow, one of our vocalist and a gifted songwriter, has written several songs we think will encourage your faith. We sang one on Sunday you can listen to again and she has a new one for you to enjoy....Keep Reading
Tonight at our Corporate Prayer Night (that you can live-stream), Bill is going to do a brief teaching encouraging our prayer life. This guide and outline will help us as we all use this season to grow in prayer. You can follow along as Bill teaches....Keep Reading
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." ...Keep Reading