The gospel. To the ends of the earth.
From the beginning, Cornerstone has desired to be a blessing to those in our community and around the world. Recently, we began moving more aggressively to develop and fund ministries for those with physical and spiritual needs.
Currently, 34% of general contributions given to Cornerstone go toward regional and global ministries. See how we spend our regional and global money.
We are leading three key projects around the globe:
Hope Children's Center | Located in Serenje, Zambia, our children's center provides a healthy meal each day for over 50 orphans. We also have been leading the efforts to provide training for church pastors and planters in the area.
Daniel Project | The Daniel Project is based on the idea that church planters from nearby cultures can more quickly connect with local people.
Rosebud Indian Reservation | Cornerstone is active in serving the people of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota through service projects, youth programs and through church planting efforts.
Regions of Service
God has worked through Cornerstone to send over 1000 people around the world on short-term ministry projects. In addition, nearly 80 have been sent from Cornerstone to the nations for long-term service. Currently, Cornerstone members are serving in ten countries outside of the United States. READ MORE ABOUT OUR REGIONS OF SERVICE.
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