One of our values at Cornerstone is “Living Generously.” And we believe that living a generous life is a privilege because Jesus has been so generous toward us: For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve…. (Mark 10:45).

Living generously is a difficult step for some, but once you take that step you’ll find the joy that comes from serving others and giving financially.

Serving others is an opportunity to worship God, love the church and participate in the transformation of people’s. If you call Cornerstone home, we encourage you to live generously and serve.

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The step of giving, living a generous life, involves serving, but also investing financially in the life of the church.

Nearly 1/4 of Jesus’ teaching was about money and resources. The reality is money is morally neutral, but what we do with our money reveals something much deeper — what’s in our hearts (Matthew 6:21).

The great Israelite king, King David, exclaimed that God is the creator and owner of everything, and we, His people are merely stewards of all that He’s given us (1 Chronicles 29:14).

At Cornerstone, we believe that God has called us to be good stewards of all that He has given us. We also believe that we should be cheerful when giving of our time and resources. 

God wants us to be faithful, no matter how little or much we have. The New Testament teaches over and over about being faithful with what we have been given.

We want to challenge you to live generously for the name and fame of Jesus!