The Plakon’s Battle Against Alzheimer’s
State Representative Scott Plakon was exiting Interstate 4 in Sanford. He had the green light, so he proceeded to make his turn onto State Highway 46. He did not expect that a second later, an eastbound driver would slam into him at full speed. “I looked to the left and thought to myself, ‘I’m going to die here,’” said Plakon, who barely saw the car coming in time to hit his breaks. He wasn’t alone. He was carrying precious cargo – his wife of 32 years, Susie Plakon. He slammed on the brakes in just enough time to stop the oncoming car from... Read More



Celebrating 25 Years
This month we celebrate our 25th Anniversary publishing Cornerstone Connection magazine. Our first issue consisted of 8 pages, (which was 4 pages front and back). We printed 8,000 for our first distribution. We are now at 32...
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The Secret of Being an Overcomer
Paul learned the secret of being an overcomer: Maintain God’s perspective on the ups and downs of life, and access His power. The apostle was firmly convinced that having the person of...
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Changing of the Guard
As I look back over the past seven plus decades of my life, I’ll have to say I think it’s been - at least from a historical and technological viewpoint - the most interesting period of American history to be alive. I’ve seen the advent of jet...
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This Land Is Whose Land?
“This land is your land, this land is my land.” Those are the lyrics to a song that was a big part of my childhood, as it was for many. Today, it seems that our country does not have the same nationalism and spirit that we used to...
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From A Crush to True Love
“I had the money and the fame, but I would wake up each morning with a huge void,” said Baltimore Orioles first baseman, Chris “Crush” Davis. In 2016, Davis signed the largest contract in Orioles history after agreeing to a...
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Risk For Alzheimer's Disease?
Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease where the brain cells cannot talk to each other because of damage caused by inflammation in the body and increased free radicals (waste products produced by the body) due to lack of...
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Testimonials
Dear Publisher: Just a quick thank you and congratulations for your 25 years of publishing Cornerstone Connection. During the past 6 years (or more) you have faithfully printed the community notice for WINGS support group for...
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The Greatest Life Lesson I’ve Learned
If you’ve heard my testimony, you know I experienced abuse from my father throughout my childhood – mental, emotional and sexual abuse. Then, for years after I left that situation, I...
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Parents-Show Your Kids: “We’ll Be There!”
When you spoke your marriage vows to your spouse and committed yourself to loving and caring for that person for the rest of your life, you made a holy promise to your husband or wife, as...
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Girlfriend Debt Account
Dear Dave, I’m 29, and I have no debt. I’ve gotten a good start on my savings and retirement, too. My girlfriend and I plan to get married in the next couple of years, and she has about $90,000 in debt. I’m not paying on her debt yet...
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A Kingdom Reality
In a world that weighs a person’s value based on their performance and position, Jesus flipped the scales in His opening sermon: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for they will inherit the Kingdom of God.”1 In other words, it’s the spiritually...
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Misleading Heart
We are creatures of habit. We run towards anything or anyone that can give us the security that we so desperately seek. This can be a double-edged sword, cutting the spirit into pieces. The moments that we wait for might never...
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Fostering Love
There are many types of child abuse, and all leave lasting scars. Some of these scars might be physical or emotional, but both leave long-lasting effects throughout life, damaging a child’s sense of self-worth, ability to have healthy...
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