January 17, 2017
Put Money In Its Place
Every year, Pastor Ron leads us in a sermon series that is all about money. This year is no exception, as we will be kicking off our new series Spent: Put Money in its Place, on January 21st, 2017 right here at Cornerstone.
Managing money is by no means as easy as it sounds, but did you know that it’s not only smart but also biblical to manage our money? In fact, the Bible challenges us to put our trust completely in God. Which means that we should completely trust Him in our finances as well as the other areas of our life.
Often times money can end up controlling us, dictating what we do in life, how we do it and can even have the power to break apart the strongest of marriages. But what if we changed the way that we view money? What if we were able to put money in its place?
This four-week series will provide you with the tools and teaching that is required to shift your thinking of money and allow you to break free of the hold that it may have on you. Join us and invite your friends & family to join us on January 21st & 22nd, as we kick off this series.
If you’re new to Cornerstone we encourage you to Plan A Visit, we can’t wait to see you here!
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