Dear Cornerstone Family,
Our Medical Experts have repeatedly given many suggestions on how to protect ourselves and others from the Coronavirus. As we pray and believe for the Coronavirus to be controlled, I feel it’s only responsible to practice what they are calling “social distancing”. They have already seen this tactic can slowdown the spread of this virus. As you know, our schools are closed for the remainder of the school year to protect our children and avoid further spreading of the Coronavirus.
This is the time we need to think of others and do as our government and the experts have recommended. Stay home if possible; check on your family, friends and neighbors. While we’re home, we can pray and confess the Word of God over our world and for all those who are working so hard to care for those infected and for a vaccine to stop this particular virus.
Do your part to provide stability to those who may be afraid. Jesus is Lord! He is our source and He is watching over the Nations regardless of how things may look. Remember, “Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” (Psalm 46:10) This has proven to be very prophetic! We were told to be still and know! We know; therefore, we will see God’s Word come to pass, Cornerstone, in our lives and the world.
Pray for those who are already sick with the virus and believe that healing will manifest itself over our country and the world. Read Psalm 91 every day!
Cornerstone Community Church of Arpelar is a teaching church with a passion for the message of God’s transforming power. We worship together in a casual atmosphere with contemporary music. We are an interracial, non-denominational church where the grace of God is experienced on an individual and corporate basis.
If you are looking for a non-traditional church where everyone is valued regardless of their station or position in life, you may have just found your new church home.
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