Can you imagine what would happen if, in your church, 70% of the believers would just say, “This is a part of my DNA now, I pray for people by name to know Jesus in my community, I look for ways to serve people, and when the time is appropriate I share whatever I can about God and Jesus Christ.”
Can you imagine? Tell me, is that normal? I think it should be normal.
The first commandment in the bible is to be fruitful and multiply. Everything God created he created with the capacity to multiply itself; everything he gave life to. Should it be any different when he gives spiritual life? Isn’t that what Matthew 24 is about? So I think this vision to pray, care and share is the normal thing to do.
. . . mentoring pastors/leaders to come together to love their communities to Christ by praying for them, caring for their needs, and sharing Christ with them.
. . . inspiring networks of people in education, media, entertainment, business, and government to live a pray-care-share lifestyle and encourage God-given values in these spheres of influence.
. . . networking with ministry leaders globally to teach followers of Christ to pray for people by name, care for their needs in the name of Christ, and share their faith in Christ.
Cornerstone Network is based on the premise that the ultimate network is connecting people to Jesus Christ, the Cornerstone of life, and to God’s purpose for their lives. Cornerstone is about connecting people with God and connecting people with people, based on similar dreams and passions, to have a significant impact on our world for Christ!
Our primary focus
In cooperation with Mission America, our primary focus is the Church in America: reaching into selected cities to help believers Love Their Communities to Christ by praying for people to know Christ, caring about people in Christ’s name, and sharing Christ when it’s appropriate. It’s drawing pastors together, revitalizing churches, and giving a focus to believers about Christ’s mission for their lives. The result is transformed people and communities.