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m_pastor_paul_1441215809.jpgIn addition the church blog, you can check out Pastor Paul's personal blog here: counselingoneanother.com

The purpose of Counseling One Another is to stimulate and nurture healthy, Word-driven growth among believers in Christ. By coming alongside to encourage your own spiritual growth in the Lord, and pointing you toward Christ-centered resources to strengthen your personal ministry, we hope to assist you in making obedient disciples of Jesus Christ.

 

Dr. Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Mayfield Heights, Ohio (a suburb east of Cleveland).

 

 

 

  • Created on Friday, 20 April 2018
    Posted by Paul Tauges, Senior Pastor New City Catechism - Question 33 Q33: Should those who have faith in Christ seek their salvation through their own works, or anywhere else? A: No, they should not, as everything necessary to salvation is found in Christ. To seek salvation through good works is a denial that Christ is the only Redeemer...
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  • Created on Friday, 13 April 2018
    Posted by Chris Mazak New City Catechism - Question 32 Q32: What do justification and sanctification mean? Answer: Justification means our declared righteousness before God, made possible by Christ’s death and resurrection for us. Sanctification means our gradual, growing righteousness, made possible by the Spirit’s work in us. Children’...
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  • Created on Friday, 06 April 2018
    From Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor One of the unique qualities of a biblical church is the understanding and application of what we can call every member ministry. Let me briefly explain what I mean. According to Scripture, every person is uniquely created by God, and every believer in Christ is spiritually gifted by the Holy Spirit to edi...
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  • Created on Thursday, 05 April 2018
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor New City Catechism - Question 31 Q1: What do we believe by true faith? A: Everything taught to us in the gospel. The Apostles’ Creed expresses what we believe in these words: We believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord, who was conceived...
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  • Created on Thursday, 29 March 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 30 Q30: What is faith in Jesus Christ? A: Faith in Jesus Christ is acknowledging the truth of everything that God has revealed in his Word, trusting in him, and also receiving and resting on him alone for salvation as he is offered to us in the gospel. Kids’ Answer: Recei...
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  • Created on Monday, 26 March 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 29 Q29: How can we be saved? A: Only by faith in Jesus Christ and in his substitutionary atoning death on the cross; so even though we are guilty of having disobeyed God and are still inclined to all evil, nevertheless, God, without any merit of our own but only by pure g...
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  • Created on Friday, 23 March 2018
    Posted by Bobette Hatteberg and Paul Tautges All Christian parents long for their children to trust in Christ and to make their profession of faith public. It's not surprising that children raised in Christian homes sooner or later will ask a parent, “When can I be baptized?" The same question is often asked regarding communion – "When c...
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  • Created on Friday, 16 March 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 28 Q28: What happens after death to those not united to Christ by faith? A: At the day of judgment they will receive the fearful but just sentence of condemnation pronounced against them. They will be cast out from the favorable presence of God, into hell, to be justly an...
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  • Created on Friday, 09 March 2018
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 27 Q27: Are all people, just as they were lost through Adam, saved through Christ? A: No, only those who are elected by God and united to Christ by faith. Nevertheless God in his mercy demonstrates common grace even to those who are not elect, by restraining the effec...
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  • Created on Friday, 02 March 2018
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 26 Q26: What else does Christ’s death redeem? A: Christ’s death is the beginning of the redemption and renewal of every part of fallen creation, as he powerfully directs all things for his own glory and creation’s good. Kid’s Answer: Every part of fallen creation SCRI...
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  • Created on Friday, 23 February 2018
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 25 Q25: Does Christ’s death mean all our sins can be forgiven? A: Yes, because Christ’s death on the cross fully paid the penalty for our sin, God graciously imputes Christ’s righteousness to us as if it were our own, and will remember our sins no more. Kids' Answer: ...
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  • Created on Friday, 23 February 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 24 Q24: Why was it necessary for Christ, the Redeemer, to die? A: Since death is the punishment for sin, Christ died willingly in our place to deliver us from the power and penalty of sin and bring us back to God. By his substitutionary atoning death, he alone redeem...
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  • Created on Saturday, 10 February 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 23 Q23: Why must the Redeemer be truly God? A: That because of his divine nature his obedience and suffering would be perfect and effective; and also that he would be able to bear the righteous anger of God against sin and yet overcome death. KIDS’ ANSWER: That becau...
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  • Created on Friday, 02 February 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 22 Q21: Why must the Redeemer be truly human? A: That in human nature he might on our behalf perfectly obey the whole law and suffer the punishment for human sin; and also that he might sympathize with our weaknesses. KIDS’ ANSWER: That in human nature he might on ou...
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  • Created on Friday, 26 January 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 21 Q21: What sort of Redeemer is needed to bring us back to God? A: One who is truly human and also truly God. KIDS’ ANSWER: One who is truly human and also truly God. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Isaiah 9:6 " For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government ...
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  • Created on Thursday, 18 January 2018
    Posted by Chris Mazak, pastoral intern NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 20 Q 20 : Who is the Redeemer? A: The only Redeemer is the Lord Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, in whom God became man and bore the penalty for sin himself. KIDS’ ANSWER: The only Redeemer is the Lord Jesus Christ. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: 1 Timothy 2:5 “For there i...
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  • Created on Friday, 12 January 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 19 Q19: Is there any way to escape punishment and be brought back into God’s favor? A: Yes, to satisfy his justice, God himself, out of mere mercy, reconciles us to himself and delivers us from sin and from the punishment for sin, by a Redeemer. Kid’s Answer: Yes, God rec...
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  • Created on Friday, 05 January 2018
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor New City Catechism - Question 18 Q18: Will God allow our disobedience and idolatry to go unpunished? A: No, every sin is against the sovereignty, holiness, and goodness of God, and against his righteous law, and God is righteously angry with our sins and will punish them in his just judgment both in ...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 27 December 2017
    New City Catechism Question 17 Q17: What is idolatry? A: Idolatry is trusting in created things rather than the Creator for our hope and happiness, significance and security. KIDS’ ANSWER: Idolatry is trusting in created things rather than the Creator. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Romans 1:25 "They exchanged the truth about God for a lie and w...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 20 December 2017
    New City Catechism Question 16 Q16: What is sin? A: Sin is rejecting or ignoring God in the world he created, rebelling against him by living without reference to him, not being or doing what he requires in his law—resulting in our death and the disintegration of all creation. KIDS’ ANSWER: Sin is rejecting or ignoring God in the world h...
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