Kaylee Rutland Out of the Dark
Kaylee Rutland had no idea a friend was upset and, in fact, frustrated with her. She never came to Kaylee about the issue; however, she went to every other mutual friend to complain about her instead! To say Kaylee was angry, when she learned this, would be an understatement. She didn’t go to her friend to confront her and talk it out. But, she grew angrier by the day and complained to her sister about how this friend wasn’t really a friend at all. Kaylee said, “It was all I could talk about for two weeks.” She didn’t wrestle with what some would... 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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Life’s Great Liberator
From the appearance of some people, we judge them to be happy. Smiles, makeup, and stylish clothes can create an impression of inner peace. Internally, though, many are in bondage. In today’s passage, Jesus clarifies His purpose...
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Pursuing Your Dreams
The simple, blue-collar society I was raised in would probably be considered, if not poor, at least far down the financial scale. We lived in a rented house, which had electricity, but our plumbing consisted of a hand pump on the back...
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Understanding the Mind
How is it that a single moment of unmet expectation in any given situation can convince an individual that hope is lost? How is it that a single decision made in a state of emotional turmoil can bring upon an individual the type of guilt that...
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Tamika Catchings: A Woman After God’s Own Heart
Growing up with hearing problems, speech Impediments, and experiencing the trauma of divorce can create a rough pathway for any child. During the 2017-2018 WNBA season, we can learn...
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Heal Thyself
Do you know that individually we are responsible for 90% of all the things that kill us or make us sick? If you think about it, no doctor can heal you. Medications do not solve the underlying problem; they just treat the symptoms. You determine...
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Testimonials
Dear Publisher, On behalf of Centra Care, we wanted to Congratulate you and Cornerstone Connection on the 25th Anniversary of the publication! This is such an incredible milestone of achievement, that no doubt, has been...
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Discover the Power to Be All You Can Be
Romans 8:37 says that “we are more than conquerors and gain an overwhelming victory through Him Who loved us” (AMP). This means that believers in Jesus are empowered by...
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Are You Too Busy to Pray?
A husband arrived home from work and found the washing machine spewing out suds, the refrigerator on the fritz, and crushed cereal nuggets scattered in every room. His three-year-old had the chicken pox, his eightand ten-year-old...
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Get Rid of the Cards
Dear Dave, We’re trying to get control of our finances, and my husband wants to close all our credit cards. I want to keep one and use the bill-pay option for monthly stuff like utilities, so we can keep earning rewards points. I look at...
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Victory Is Ours!
There is always a choice we make that either leads to victory or defeat in our lives. It boils down to where we place our Trust. History reads of a Man named Jesus, Who was crucified on the Cross, and three days later, His guarded...
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Are We Too Busy?
It was one of those days. After hanging up from a work call that put me behind schedule, I grabbed my things and hustled to the car. As the engine started, my phone rang. It was my mom. I ignored it and yanked the car into...
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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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