Tony Davis: Life after Death
June 30, 2003 was a beautiful, sunny day. Tony Davis still remembers the smell of fresh coffee brewing, the warm summer breeze on his skin, and the overflowing gratefulness in his heart. As he sat in his Jeep getting ready to head to work, he was thanking God for that gorgeous day and for changing his life. Little did he know that just a few hours later, the day would turn dark, ugly and evil. He would be shot ten times in his legs, chest and face. He would die in the street and wake up in a hospital bed as a doctor was about to pull a white sheet over... Read More



We Choose
The song “Amazing Grace” would be an appropriate anthem for our country today, as we see God’s Grace and hand on our Government. There are no words for how thankful I am to see our new leadership unashamed to speak the...
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Watching God Work
The Lord’s fingerprints can be detected all throughout history. At times His work is dramatically obvious—like parting the Red Sea—but other times, it’s unnoticeable to our senses. Our lack of perception, however, never impedes...
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Standing Tall or Falling Short
I used to be a complainer and an excuse maker. I complained about the weather, about too much homework, getting up early in the morning, about not making the softball team, how heavy the things I was having to lift were, how hot it was...
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A Worthy Deposit
A man goes into a jewelry store, and he wants to buy the most expensive thing they have, a diamond. He can’t decide between all of them, so he decides he will buy them all! Big surprise, he doesn’t have enough money. Nonetheless, he...
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It’s Not Only About “U”
Fresh off the heels of College Football National Signing Day, the University of Miami are poised to continue the winning momentum established by first-year head coach, Mark Richt. After spending 15 seasons at the University of Georgia...
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Testimonials
Cornerstone Magazine has inspired me when I needed inspiration, lifted me up when I was down, and given me courage when I needed it the most. I thank all of the Cornerstone Connection family, especially Ms. LuAnne Anderson for...
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You Can Live Conflict-Free
Can you think of a time when you had an ongoing issue with someone in your life? Then, just when you thought you couldn’t take another minute, God asked you to hang in there one more time and not give up? Maybe you’ve thought, God, I...
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Time With Kids
Have you noticed that laughter is the key to surviving the special stresses of the child-rearing years? It’s true. Almost every day, I hear from mothers who share the most wonderful stories with me about their kids. One of my favorites...
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To be Unclear is to be Unkind
Dear Dave, My friend and I are roommates, and we’ve always had an agreement that we split each of the bills fifty-fifty. We both work and have decent jobs, but for the last couple of months she’s been really late in paying her half...
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Wounds Are Keys
God has made a promise to His children, not for a painless journey, but a purpose-filled one. His promise is that though our wounds go deep, His love will go deeper still. A promise that if we place our life in His hands, not one detail of our past or...
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Jesus Plus 1?
Is Jesus enough for us, or do we need to add 1 more? That question should be asked by every person, single or married. Do we put others in front or beside Him? As a single man in my 30s, I found myself telling God if He would...
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