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At Cornerstone Chapel, it is our desire that you see the love of Jesus Christ reflected through the systematic, verse by verse teaching of the Bible and through heart-felt, contemporary worship lifted up to God.

At Cornerstone Chapel, it is our desire that you see the love of Jesus Christ reflected through the systematic, verse by verse teaching of the Bible and through heart-felt, contemporary worship lifted up to God.
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United States

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At Cornerstone Chapel, it is our desire that you see the love of Jesus Christ reflected through the systematic, verse by verse teaching of the Bible and through heart-felt, contemporary worship lifted up to God.

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English

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703-771-1500


Episodes

Midweek Service

8/15/2018
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An in-depth study of 2 Timothy 2.

Duration:00:34:07

The One True God

8/12/2018
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In response to Israel’s idolatry, God emphasizes His reality—that He is the only God and there is none like Him (Isaiah 46:9). Today, there is a plurality of gods among various world religions. It’s the equivalent of modern idolatry. And yet, many Christians remain silent about their faith for fear that they might be offending another religion. But how is it a loving thing to withhold information about the true and living God from those who are caught up in modern idolatry? Christians need...

Duration:00:40:41

Midweek Service

8/8/2018
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An in-depth study of 2 Timothy 1.

Duration:00:47:52

Forget The Past

8/5/2018
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If you have no regrets in life, it’s probably because you haven’t lived long enough. We all have regrets; regrets about things we’ve done or said; regrets about things left undone or unsaid; regrets about what happened to us, or things that never happened that he had wished for. What we do with our regrets is the difference between someone who moves forward and someone who is stuck in the past. God says to us in Isaiah 43:18, “Forget the former things. Do not dwell on the past.” But what...

Duration:00:37:16

Midweek Service

8/1/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 6.

Duration:00:46:55

Don't Be Afraid

7/29/2018
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More than 300 times in the Bible, God exhorts us to not be afraid, or to be worried, or to be anxious. Why? Because we are! Everyone wrestles with some kind of fear in his or her life. No matter how tough we present ourselves, all of us deal with fear to some degree. Just between Isaiah 41 and 43, God tells us to not be afraid five times because (1) He is with us, (2) He will help us, and (3) He loves us. If you’ve ever struggled with fear in your life, you’ll be encouraged in today’s study.

Duration:00:38:46

Midweek Service

7/25/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 5.

Duration:00:50:25

A Tale Of Two Glories

7/22/2018
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In the 17th Century, English and Scottish theologians wrote what is referred to as the “Westminster Shorter Catechism”. In it, we read this statement: “The chief end of man is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.” What does it mean to “glorify God” and how can we effectively do it? Too often we live for our own glory—our accomplishments, our achievements, our desire for notoriety, etc. But as Christians, God is to be glorified in ALL that we do. Follow along in today’s study with...

Duration:00:41:40

Midweek Service

7/18/2018
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An in-depth study of Exodus 14.

Duration:00:42:54

Guest Speaker - Stephan Tchividjian

7/15/2018
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Join us as guest speaker Stephan Tchividjian teaches from Genesis 5 about the benefits of walking with God and how to do it.

Duration:00:35:58

Midweek Service

7/11/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 4.

Duration:00:43:55

Suffer Well

7/8/2018
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How do we respond when things don’t go our way? The Bible says that in his time of trouble, King Ahaz grew even more unfaithful to the Lord. Studying from the book of Isaiah and the life of Paul, we can learn how to better handle pain and suffering so that we can remain faithful and not lose heart.

Duration:00:27:02

Why Pray?

7/1/2018
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Prayer is the most under-utilized gift God has given us to connect and commune with Him! We are often too busy to pray. But we are only doing ourselves a disservice! In Isaiah 38, King Hezekiah gets word from God that his life is about to come to an end. So he prays a simple prayer and, in response, God adds 15 years to his life! What are the benefits available to us through prayer? Why is it important to pray? Join Pastor Gary for a study today on this topic from Isaiah 38.

Duration:00:39:44

Midweek Service

6/27/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 3.

Duration:00:51:15

Out Of The Desert

6/24/2018
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Life is filled with its share of trials and tribulations. We often describe these times like a “desert experience.” Isaiah writes about this theme in Chapter 35 and how God will once again cause the desert to bloom and cause the redeemed of the Lord to be crowned with joy. In its future interpretation, Isaiah is speaking of the Millennial Kingdom when Christ will rule and reign on Earth for 1000 years. But in its near interpretation, he writes about God’s sustaining grace through the...

Duration:00:34:04

Midweek Service

6/20/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 2:12-3:2.

Duration:00:35:54

God Is Waiting For You

6/17/2018
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In today’s study, Pastor Gary examines the problem Judah had of turning to Egypt for help against the Assyrian army instead of turning to God. It wasn’t until they had depleted their resources and exhausted their own efforts that the people of Judah finally turned to God. When they did, God wasn’t angry and did not shame His people. There were no “I warned you” or “you should have listened to me” or “I told you so” comments. Instead God had been waiting for them and eagerly helped them...

Duration:00:36:35

Midweek Service

6/13/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 2.

Duration:00:46:55

All Talk But No Walk

6/10/2018
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Hypocrisy plagues us all. All of us are inconsistent from time to time with the way we live or talk or evaluate others in relation to ourselves. One of the worst types of hypocrisy is how we relate to God. This was the problem with the Jewish people in Isaiah’s day. He accuses them of honoring God with their lips (giving God lip service), but not their hearts. Did you know that according to a recent survey by the Barna Group that “hypocrisy” is the number one reason Millennials (those in...

Duration:00:34:14

Midweek Service

6/6/2018
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An in-depth study of 1 Timothy 1:8-2:15.

Duration:00:46:15