Anjelah Johnson-Reyes: Making Them Laugh
Actress and comedian Anjelah Johnson-Reyes remembers the day when she made the biggest decision of her life. At age 14, she was dating a boy who was in a gang and already had a child. She knew that if she continued the relationship she would travel the same dark and downhill path that eventually landed him in prison. Although it was difficult, she chose to end the relationship. ďHe has been in prison multiple times since then. My sister and I would visit his Mom, and we remained close with the family,Ē Anjelah said. That crossroads... Read More



It Is Time To Stand
Revival is beginning to spark into a flame throughout the world. I believe that Godís heart is for us to no longer consider this one nation under God, but All Nations Under One God! The Word states it will come to pass: God will...
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Praying for a Change
Hanging above the door in our house, my motherís favorite plaque constantly reminded us, ďPrayer changes things.Ē From an early age, I witnessed this powerful truth through her example. Sheíd tell me about some difficulties...
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Organization, or Lack Thereof
I am not a very organized person; Iím not the kind to take notes in a meeting or read the fine print or have the patience to go through instructions thoroughly. Iím apt to leave my shirttail out when Iím getting ready to go to work or forget...
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Wherever You Are, Be There
Where are you right now? What are you doing? Who are you talking to? One disease that has plagued young people everywhere is that we are easily distracted by the past, by the present, and by the future. We are constantly...
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What Causes Pain?
No one will argue that pain is awful. We donít like to see someone in pain, and we donít like to be in pain. Yet, pain seems to be so confusing for patients and within the medical system itself. It can be acute or chronic in nature. Chronic pain is...
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A Shining StarÖfor the Lordís Glory
With the best record in the NFL (10-1), the Dallas Cowboys are back as one of the hottest topics of conversation across sports debate tables throughout the country. Led by rookie sensations...
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I Am Still Human
Recently, I was channel surfing and came across a documentary about a man with Parkinsonís disease who pedaled a 3 wheel recumbent trike across South Dakota in an effort to raise awareness of the disease. He had been dealing...
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Making the Most of Your Time
We all have the same amount of time Ė 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And the longer I live, the more I discover that time is too valuable for us to waste any of it. Thatís why it is so important that we learn to live on purpose, for a...
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Words Matter
While we are talking about relationships, there is another issue we should discuss. It concerns the sheer power of words. They are so easy to utter, often tumbling out without much reason or forethought. Those who hurl criticism or hostility...
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Young, Jobless and Scared
Dear Dave, Iím 23, and I lost a good job a few days ago due to layoffs. My wife has been a stay-at-home mom with our 10-monthold daughter, and we have very little in the way of savings. What can we do to keep our heads above water...
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Adapt to Your Energy Source and Boost Your Body
I love this time of year in Florida. Gone are the endless long, hot summer days and the daily flip flops. The temperature has dropped enough to bring out the long sleeve tops, heavier jackets and...
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Testimonials
Dear LuAnne, I wanted to share with you one area in which you and Cornerstone Connection have impacted our community and given honor and glory to our Lord. We advertised in the Cornerstone Connection about a free...
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Letís Take A Walk
I have made a career in acting and met LuAnne Anderson, the Publisher of Cornerstone Connection (CC), a few years ago, when she chose my story for the cover of CC Vol.18 Is.7. The story ran just before the release of the...
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