Here are some Family Resources from Children's Ministry at Cornerstone Church of Knoxville, in place of children's classes on Sunday, March 29, to occupy your children in turning their eyes upon Jesus as they worship at home with their families....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 talks about the importance of prayer and how the Lord can use this season to make us into a people that pray more. He also answers what that book on his bookshelf labeled "Idiot" is!...Keep Reading
"Sufferings can bring a new dimension of fruitfulness into our lives. It can produce a new gentleness and a tenderness. This was evident in the life of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones and never more so than in his later years. During his own suffering he remembered others who suffered. In the last year of his life our daughter became seriously ill and died at the age of thirteen. As...Keep Reading
His love for us, demonstrated in the giving of His Son, is what purges fear from our hearts. In this week’s devotion, Kevin Shipp encourages us from 1 John with some gospel truths....Keep Reading
In this week’s video, Bill talks about the importance of reading and shows us some of the books that are encouraging him right now. You’ll even get a glimpse into Bill’s office!...Keep Reading
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 ...Keep Reading
With the all the information in the news and social media, we wanted to give you faith-building articles and sermons. From short devotional readings to sermon series, “if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” (Phi. 4:8)...Keep Reading
CCK has an opportunity to serve those in our community who have a great need for food and other supplies that would normally be provided to them while school is closed. We work closely with Thrive Parkridge and have asked them how we can serve them during this time. They have given us a list of food and other necessities that would be extremely helpful for some of the stud...Keep Reading
What a comfort the Lord is during times of uncertainty! "When the cares of my heart are many,your consolations cheer my soul" (Ps 94:19). Indeed. Late yesterdayafternoon theGovernor issued a statement asking churches with more than 250 people not to meet tomorrow morning. This statement was posted on the State's website: Heading into the weekend, many Tennesseans w...Keep Reading
Relay March 11th at 7pm Relay, our youth ministry, is meeting this Wednesday at 7 pm at the church building. We'll enjoy a time of singing, studying the Bible, and have snacks and games in the gym afterwards. All teens 6th thru 12th grade are invited, as well as their parents. CU: Sympathy: Following Christ into a hurting world March 22nd and 29th, 2020 God is compa...Keep Reading