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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 Thursday, 06 September 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 52 Q52: What hope does everlasting life hold for us? A: It reminds us that this present fallen world is not all there is; soon we will live with and enjoy God forever in the new city, in the new heaven and the new earth, where we will be fully and forever freed from ...
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  • Created on Monday, 27 August 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 51 Q51: Of what advantage to us is Christ’s ascension? A: Christ physically ascended on our behalf, just as he came down to earth physically on our account, and he is now advocating for us in the presence of his Father, preparing a place for us, and also sends us his...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 22 August 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 50 Q50: What does Christ’s resurrection mean for us? A: Christ triumphed over sin and death by being physically resurrected, so that all who trust in him are raised to new life in this world and to everlasting life in the world to come. Just as we will one day be res...
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  • Created on Friday, 17 August 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 49 Q49: Where is Christ now? A: Christ rose bodily from the grave on the third day after his death and is seated at the right hand of the Father, ruling his kingdom and interceding for us, until he returns to judge and renew the whole world. KIDS’ ANSWER: Christ rose...
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  • Created on Monday, 06 August 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 48 Q48: What is the church? A: God chooses and preserves for himself a community elected for eternal life and united by faith, who love, follow, learn from, and worship God together. God sends out this community to proclaim the gospel and prefigure Christ’s kingdom by the...
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  • Created on Friday, 27 July 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 47 Q47: Does the Lord’s Supper add anything to Christ’s atoning work? A: No, Christ died once for all. The Lord’s Supper is a covenant meal celebrating Christ’s atoning work; as it is also a means of strengthening our faith as we look to him, and a foretaste of the future...
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  • Created on Monday, 23 July 2018
    Posted by Chris Mazak, pastoral intern New City Catechism - Question 46 Q: What is the Lord's Supper? A: Christ commanded all Christians to eat bread and to drink from the cup in thankful remembrance of him and his death. The Lord’s Supper is a celebration of the presence of God in our midst; bringing us into communion with God and with ...
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  • Created on Monday, 16 July 2018
    Posted by Josiah Kenniv, worship director intern New City Catechism - Question 45 Q45: Is baptism with water the washing away of sin itself? A: No, only the blood of Christ and the renewal of the Holy Spirit can cleanse us from sin. Kids’ Answer: No, only the blood of Christ can cleanse us from sin. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Luke 3:16 - "Jo...
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  • Created on Monday, 09 July 2018
    Posted by Josiah Kenniv, worship director intern New City Catechism - Question 44 Q44: What is baptism? A: Baptism is the washing with water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; it signifies and seals our adoption into Christ, our cleansing from sin, and our commitment to belong to the Lord and to his church. Kids’ An...
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  • Created on Friday, 29 June 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 43 Q40: What are the sacraments or ordinances? A: The sacraments or ordinances given by God and instituted by Christ, namely baptism and the Lord’s Supper, are visible signs and seals that we are bound together as a community of faith by his death and resurrection. By our...
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  • Created on Friday, 22 June 2018
    Posted by Chris Mazak, pastoral intern New City Catechism - Question 42 Q: How is the Word of God to be read and heard? A: With diligence, preparation, and prayer; so that we may accept it with faith, store it in our hearts, and practice it in our lives. Kids' answer: With diligence, preparation, and prayer; so that we may accept it with...
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  • Created on Friday, 15 June 2018
    Posted by Josiah Kenniv, Worship Director New City Catechism - Question 41 Q40: What is the Lord’s Prayer? A: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into t...
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  • Created on Monday, 11 June 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 40 Q40: What should we pray? A: The whole Word of God directs and inspires us in what we should pray, including the prayer Jesus himself taught us. KIDS’ ANSWER: The whole Word of God directs us in what we should pray. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Matthew 6:9–13 Pray then ...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 06 June 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 39 Q39: With what attitude should we pray? A: With love, perseverance, and gratefulness; in humble submission to God’s will, knowing that, for the sake of Christ, he always hears our prayers. KIDS’ ANSWER: With love, perseverance, and gratefulness. SCRIPTURE TO MEMOR...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 06 June 2018
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 38 Q38: What is prayer? A: Prayer is pouring out our hearts to God in praise, petition, confession of sin, and thanksgiving. KIDS’ ANSWER: Prayer is pouring out our hearts to God. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Ephesians 6:18 Praying at all times in the Spirit, with all pray...
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  • Created on Friday, 18 May 2018
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor New City Catechism - Question 37 Q37: How does the Holy Spirit help us? A: The Holy Spirit convicts us of our sin, comforts us, guides us, gives us spiritual gifts and the desire to obey God; and he enables us to pray and to understand God’s Word. KIDS’ ANSWER: The Holy Spirit convicts us of our sin ...
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  • Created on Friday, 11 May 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 36 Q35: What do we believe about the Holy Spirit? A: That he is God, coeternal with the Father and the Son, and that God grants him irrevocably to all who believe. KIDS’ ANSWER: That he is God, coeternal with the Father and the Son. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: John 14:16-17 " ...
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  • Created on Monday, 07 May 2018
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 35 Q35: Since we are redeemed by grace alone, through faith alone, where does this faith come from? A: All the gifts we receive from Christ we receive through the Holy Spirit, including faith itself. KIDS’ ANSWER: From the Holy Spirit. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE: Titus 3:5 " h...
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  • Created on Friday, 27 April 2018
    Posted by Chris Mazak New City Catechism - Question 34 Q34: Since we are redeemed by grace alone, through Christ alone, must we still do good works and obey God’s Word? A: Yes, because Christ, having redeemed us by his blood, also renews us by his Spirit; so that our lives may show love and gratitude to God; so that we may be assured of ...
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  • 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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  • Created on Friday, 15 December 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 15 Q15: Since no one can keep the law, what is its purpose? A: That we may know the holy nature and will of God, and the sinful nature and disobedience of our hearts; and thus our need of a Savior. The law also teaches and exhorts us to live a life worthy of our Savior. K...
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  • Created on Friday, 08 December 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 14 Q14: Did God create us unable to keep his law? A: No, but because of the disobedience of our first parents, Adam and Eve, all of creation is fallen; we are all born in sin and guilt, corrupt in our nature and unable to keep God’s law. Kid’s Answer: No, but because of t...
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  • Created on Friday, 01 December 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism - Question 13 Q13: Can anyone keep the law of God perfectly? A: Since the fall, no mere human has been able to keep the law of God perfectly, but consistently breaks it in thought, word, and deed. Kid’s Answer: Since the fall, no human has been able to keep the law of God perfectly....
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  • Created on Friday, 24 November 2017
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 12 Q12: What does God require in the ninth and tenth commandments? A: Ninth, that we do not lie or deceive, but speak the truth in love. Tenth, that we are content, not envying anyone or resenting what God has given them or us. Kid’s Answer: Ninth, that we do not lie ...
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  • Created on Friday, 17 November 2017
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone elder NEW CITY CATECHISM - QUESTION 11 Q11: What does God require in the sixth, seventh, and eighth commandments? A: Sixth, that we do not hurt, or hate, or be hostile to our neighbor, but be patient and peaceful, pursuing even our enemies with love. Seventh, that we abstain from sexual immorality and l...
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  • Created on Friday, 10 November 2017
    Posted by Paul Coumos, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 10 Q10: What does God require in the fourth and fifth commandments? A: Fourth, that on the Sabbath day we spend time in public and private worship of God, rest from routine employment, serve the Lord and others, and so anticipate the eternal Sabbath. Fifth, that we lo...
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  • Created on Tuesday, 07 November 2017
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 9 Q9: What does God require in the first, second, and third commandments? A: First, that we know and trust God as the only true and living God. Second, that we avoid all idolatry and do not worship God improperly. Third, that we treat God’s name with fear and reveren...
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  • Created on Friday, 27 October 2017
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone elder New City Catechism - Question 8 Q8: What is the law of God stated in the Ten Commandments? A: You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below—you shall not bow down to them or wo...
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  • Created on Friday, 20 October 2017
    Posted by Taryl Jasper, Cornerstone Elder New City Catechism - Question 7 Q7: What does the law of God require? A: Personal, perfect, and perpetual obedience; that we love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength; and love our neighbor as ourselves. What God forbids should never be done and what God commands should always be done...
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  • Created on Friday, 13 October 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism Question #6 Q6: How can we glorify God? A: We glorify God by enjoying him, loving him, trusting him, and by obeying his will, commands, and law. KIDS’ ANSWER: By loving him and by obeying his commands and law. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE (kids’ portion in bold ): 1 Corinthians 10:31 : " S...
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  • Created on Thursday, 05 October 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor New City Catechism Question #5 Q5: What else did God create? A: God created all things by his powerful Word, and all his creation was very good; everything flourished under his loving rule. KIDS’ ANSWER: God created all things and all his creation was very good. SCRIPTURE TO MEMORIZE (kids’ portion in...
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  • Created on Friday, 29 September 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor Question 4 in the New City Catechism Q4: How and why did God create us? A: God created us male and female in his own image to know him, love him, live with him, and glorify him. And it is right that we who were created by God should live to his glory. KIDS’ ANSWER: God created us male and female in hi...
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  • Created on Friday, 22 September 2017
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor The Greek word catechesis refers to “instruction by word of mouth.” Therefore, a catechism may be defined as a systematic tool for teaching doctrine to children and adults. For an explanation of its use here at Cornerstone, please see the previous two blog posts. Q3: How many persons are there in God...
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  • Created on Thursday, 14 September 2017
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor The word “catechism” comes from the Greek word catechesis which means “instruction by word of mouth.” Therefore, a catechism can be defined as a systematic tool for teaching doctrine to children and adults. The elders of Cornerstone Community Church agree that the New City Catechism is a very good an...
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  • Created on Thursday, 07 September 2017
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor The word “catechism” comes from the Greek word catechesis which means “instruction by word of mouth.” Therefore, a catechism can be defined as a systematic tool for teaching doctrine to children and adults. The elders of Cornerstone Community Church agree that the New City Catechism is a very good an...
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  • Created on Monday, 12 June 2017
    Posted by Armand Tiffe, Pastor Emeritus , “Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble” (Matthew 6:34, ESV). I remember the first time I read this verse as a new believer. I did not fully comprehend what Jesus was saying, particularly when He says, “Tomorr...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 29 March 2017
    Posted by Armand Tiffe, Pastor Emeritus at Cornerstone Community Church What should a biblical counselor’s resume look like? What would you list to demonstrate your qualifications? Actually, the Apostle Paul has already written such a resume for us. It’s found in Romans 15:14: I myself am satisfied about you, my brothers, that you yourse...
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  • Created on Thursday, 23 March 2017
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor When God saves our soul he doesn’t intend for us to just coast to glory. Jesus didn’t go to the cross to simply purchase our ticket to paradise. For the rest of our days, God calls us to bear spiritual fruit. And not just a little; we’re to bear much fruit. And when we bear much fruit, God is glorifie...
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  • Created on Thursday, 16 March 2017
    Posted by Bobette Hatteberg, Cornerstone's Children's Ministry Director A strong partnership between the home and the church is essential in helping develop young disciples. Children’s Ministry in general, and especially Sunday School, is one format of discipleship that offers a unique opportunity to bring the joy of the gospel to the yo...
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  • Created on Friday, 04 November 2016
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor It always amazes me how early we start hearing Christmas music. November has barely begun and already stores are playing Christmas carols. For many of us, Christmas is a wonderful and beautiful time of the year. It’s a time of enjoying being together as a family, remembering and creating new, fun memo...
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  • Created on Monday, 10 October 2016
    Posted by Bobette Hatteberg, Cornerstone's Children's Ministry Director I’ve had a few conversations with parents recently about the challenge of raising boys, especially pre-teen and teenage boys. The scenarios I hear about seem like excerpts from my own parenting journal. The situations often include struggling to get their boys to stu...
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  • Created on Thursday, 15 September 2016
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Pastor Throughout biblical history, singing together has been a high point in the worship experience of God’s people. When we join our minds, emotions, and wills in one unified voice of praise to the Lord, declaring His wondrous works and expressing our dependence upon Him, the name of Jesus Christ our Savior is g...
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  • Created on Wednesday, 24 August 2016
    Posted by Bobette Hatteberg, Children's Ministry Director As a parent, the start of the school year always caused me to pause and reflect on my children’s growth: the areas they had been growing in and the areas that we still needed to address as parents. This was especially true in their spiritual growth. One area in which we need to he...
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  • Created on Thursday, 11 August 2016
    A note to Cornerstone from Matthew Smith , Nashville singer-songwriter who is part of the Indelible Grace song-writing community. Matthew will be bringing his band to Cornerstone on Sunday evening, September 11, 2016. Click here for more info. "The Indelible Grace band and I are looking forward to our time at Cornerstone, and enjoying th...
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  • Created on Tuesday, 19 July 2016
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor If ever there was a time we need to fight for joy, it’s now. And it’s not only possible, but it’s one of the great blessings of the Christian life. It’s so hard not to get discouraged with all the terrible and discouraging things happening in our country and around the world right now. It's frightenin...
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  • Created on Saturday, 16 July 2016
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor One of the greatest privileges we enjoy as a gospel-proclaiming, Christ-exalting church is to remember, together, our Savior’s sin-atoning work on our behalf. Tomorrow morning we will do this as we join our hearts in worship, instruction, and the celebration of the Lord’s Table. Since the Scriptures ...
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  • Created on Monday, 11 July 2016
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor Some reflections on the Scripture text from Sunday’s worship service (Phil. 3:1-9). We’re all looking for the best thing. What’s the best car I can get that fits within my budget? What’s the best career I can have given my skills and interests? What’s the best product for the money? We make that calcu...
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  • Created on Friday, 24 June 2016
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor I’m one of those kinds of Christians who really likes using a Bible reading plan to structure my devotional times. It assures me that I’m reading through the entire Bible on a regular basis. I’ve found that to be so helpful in becoming familiar with all the books of the Bible and not just my favorites...
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  • Created on Thursday, 17 September 2015
    Posted by Paul Tautges, Senior Pastor "God’s Blueprint for the Church" is a 12-week sermon series focusing on the biblical purposes and priorities of the local church. This past summer, during our time of pastoral transition, the elders preached six messages on the mission of our church and the Dimensions of Discipleship that we are comm...
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  • Created on Saturday, 26 December 2015
    Posted by Ed Fedor, Associate Pastor Cornerstone’s Mission Statement is “to glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ.” That’s not a mission statement we just dreamed up. It was the mission Jesus gave to His disciples before he ascended into heaven ( Matthew 28:18-20 ). And it’s been given to all the disciples of Christ down throug...
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  • Created on Saturday, 01 August 2015
    Submitted by Bobette Hatteberg, Childrens' Ministry Director Chapter 5: The Mom in Queen Esther’s Bedroom How often as teachers or parents have we been a little uncomfortable to delve deep into a Bible story with our children because of the blatant and rather scandalous sin portrayed there? I remember feeling like many Bible stories I re...
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  • Created on Friday, 30 January 2015
    Submitted by Kathy Tiffe Because of Valentine’s Day, February is considered the month of love. Valentine’s Day is advertised everywhere—on the radio, in the paper, on TV, online. Every store you walk into is decorated with pink and red, and hearts are everywhere! During the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, one can hear numerous radio ...
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  • Created on Sunday, 25 January 2015
    A blog post by Bobette Hatteberg, Cornerstone's Children's Ministry Director This is part of an on-going series of posts on the book, Show Them Jesus, by Jack Klumpenhower Chapter 4: The Factory-Preset Fourth Grader “Our kids are programmed to try to earn points with God. Like a piece of electronics shipped from the factory with default ...
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  • Created on Monday, 12 January 2015
    As Christians we know that our Bibles are an absolutely vital means of knowing God, understanding God’s will for us, being encouraged and challenged and strengthened in our walk with Him, and so on. But too often we struggle when we want to find a particular passage. We can kind of remember what a verse is about, but we can’t remember wh...
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