August 18, 2016
Going Deeper with Rooted
Chances are you have heard the name Rooted if you’ve been to Cornerstone recently, but what is it? Rooted is a catalyst for life change through relationships. It’s an environment that is purposely designed to allow you the opportunity of understanding your purpose while building your relationships with others, the Church and with God.
“You and ‘Us’ only grow stronger when our roots grow deeper.”– Pastor Ron Armstrong
Rooted is for everyone, no matter where you are in your spiritual journey. As you go through the Rooted experience you will be exposed to a variety of questions and study that cause you to look deeper at your faith and those around you.
Even though you may not know everyone, or maybe even anyone, in your Rooted group, you will quickly grow closer as you share your story and listen to the stories of others. As these stories are shared, you may find yourself not only viewing life from a different perspective, but changing how you interact with the Church.
Here at Cornerstone, we believe that Rooted will greatly impact our church through the relationships that are built, the stories that are shared, the conversations that are had and the life change that will occur.
“I believe Rooted will be a game changer for Cornerstone! We will see lives transformed and relationships deepened.” – Dan Harper
We encourage you to take the first step by registering today to start your own Rooted journey and go deeper with us as a Church.
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