Friday First - A Look Back

In many ways, this has been a week of reflection for me. We’re in the process of closing out the 2021 Vision plan and looking forward to the one that will be revealed Sunday afternoon. I am so thankful for our shepherds who have set the framework for what Cain and I have taught this year. It has been spiritually rewarding.

During 2021, we set out three objectives for the year:
  1. Demonstrate the love of Christ with compassion for all.
  2. See other people the way Jesus does.
  3. Rejoice in healing.

As you reflect over 2021, can you see the providence of God behind this year’s vision plan? Despite the many challenges of the past 21 months, we have endured. We have grown together. We have reached out to God in trust. We have committed ourselves to being good stewards of His tremendous blessings.

On Sunday we’ll look at Matthew 11.28-30 to see what this place has become:
  • A place of rest
  • A place of repentance
  • A place of relationships

As you prepare for worship on Sunday, please give consideration to these questions:
  1. What are some unique challenges you’ve faced during 2021? 
  2. How have you grown spiritually as you look back over the year?
  3. What is so special about prayer and how does it bring peace?
  4. What does it mean to be a place of repentance?
  5. What are some things you can do to build relationships here at Cornerstone?

Those Serving

OPENING / WELCOME
Cain Atkinson

SONG LEADER
Mark Ringle

PRAYER OF PRAISE
James Johnson

LORD'S SUPPER
Jason Schofield

SCRIPTURE READING
Chris Fles
Matthew 11.28-30


PREACHING
Matthew Allen

CLOSING COMMENTS & PRAYER
George Wacks

WELCOME CENTER
Justin Spargo / Sadonna Schofield

USHERS
Jeremy Price / Jim Rutter

CLOSING THE BUILDING
Greg Morrison

Matthew Allen

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