Cornerstone Missions Conference

Creatively Engaged

June 8-9, 2019


8am-10am: Men’s Breakfast, Kynes’ residence, 3916 Keith Pl, Annandale

11am-1pm: Women’s Brunch, Cornerstone Youth Room


9:30am-10:30am: Missions workshops

Attend one:

Initiating and Shepherding Gospel Conversations, Katie Hazelton, Cornerstone Missionary, Sanctuary

Hands-on: The GodApp as an Outreach Tool, Naomi Arnold, Cornerstone Missionary, Youth Room

Culturally Sensitive Strategies for Reaching Immigrants, Tim and Debbie McIntosh, Cornerstone Missionaries, Adelphos room

Engaging Muslims in Gospel Conversations, Mouna Gharib, Cornerstone Missionary, Fellowship Hall (adjacent to kitchen)

10:45am-12:15pm: Sunday Service, “Engaging in God’s Mission to the World”

Joe Steinitz is the Co-director of International Ministries, Grace Fellowship Church, Timonium, MD and Founder of GraceXtensions, a ministry that helps churches discover, develop and improve their cross-cultural missions program

6:30pm-7:30pm: Dessert Finale, Youth Room

Women’s Luncheon

Sunday, February 10, 12:30 p.m.

Light Luncheon in the Fellowship Hall.

Come gather for a time of fellowship.  We will be discussing a service project for our sisters at the Cornerstone Children’s Home in Uganda.  Contact Beky Hazelton or Patti McGuire for more information.

Raising Independent Children

A mini seminar on Sunday, February 3, 2019, 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall.

Lunch will be provided and childcare will be available.  Please provide $5 per family for childcare.  RSVP to Ursula Schuttinga,

“Perspectives on the World Christian Movement” Course

Coming to Cornerstone in 2019!

January 10, 2019 through May 9, 2019

Thursday evenings, 7:00 – 9:45 p.m.

First Night Free

Scholarships available

Questions: Nate Leach (, 719-229-7728 or Joellen Binder (, 703-342-7670.

Register at

New Spring Bible Study for Ladies on Tuesday Evenings

   Join us as we take a fresh look at the book of Genesis and discover how its stories, symbols, people, and promises point to Christ. Over 14 weeks of study, participants will see Christ as the agent of creation, the offspring who will crush the head of the serpent, the ark of salvation, the source of the righteousness credited to Abraham, the substitutionary sacrifice provided by God, the Savior to whom the whole world must come for life, and much more. Each weekly lesson includes questions for personal study, a contemporary teaching chapter that emphasizes how the passage fits into the bigger story of redemptive history, a brief section on how the passage uniquely points to what is yet to come at the consummation of Christ’s kingdom. Class time will be spent in discussion, fellowship and prayer. There is no video lecture. Books will be given out on February 20 when we’ll have a brief orientation to the study.

What: The Promised One: Seeing Jesus in Genesis (Nancy Guthrie)

When: February 20-May 29

Time: Tuesday evening, 7:00-8:30pm

Place: Adelphos Room, Lower Floor, Sanctuary Building

Leader: Julianna Mays


Workbook cost: $14.25