Evansville Cornerstone Church

Evansville Cornerstone Church: Our Church Staff

 



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Enjoy church!

We believe that church shouldn't be  a place full of regulations and law.  The church should be full of the life and love of Christ.  A place where children are welcome to play and shout.  A place where laughter and joy are common and expected! Church, should be a place you enjoy coming and bringing your friends and family.

The most fun you can have in life is loving God and loving people!

 

Pastor's Gary and Kimber Auten

 

Our Core Values

Prayer,  Worship,  Community,   Relationships,  Servant leadership, Teamwork, Margin,  Communication, Learning, Flexibility 


Church Staff

Gary Auten - Lead Pastor
Kimber Auten - Youth Pastor "the Tested" youth ministry
Isaac Auten - Worship Leader
Sound Leader - Jon Schweizer

 

 

 

Home
 
Wendi and John Nelson  
Outreach

John and Wendi Nelson

Prayer
 
Theresa Koester
 kinect

Melanie Sallee

 
Prison
 
Jim Williams
 Mens

Danny

 
Equipping
 
Ginger Gardner: 

Equipping Team/Small Group Coordinator/Nursery Coordinator

 Womens

Marianne Schweizer: 

Women's Ministry meets monthly September through May

 

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Kimber Auten
 


Our Vision

Cornerstone is dedicated to promoting prayer in all aspects of life and ministry. We will reach out to our community with sharing and reach in to our church family with caring. Our church is devoted to teaching believers how to live out their faith in Christ Jesus. 

Evansville Cornerstone
Assembly of God


3900 Kratzville Rd., Evansville, IN, 47710

Telephone: 812-422-4965
Fax: 812-422-5438



Service Times:

Sunday: 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.

Sermon Archive


KINECT Children's Church: Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings


THRIVE Jr. High Ministry: Wednesday evenings 7:00 p.m.

theTested Youth Ministry: meets every Sun. and Wed at 7:00 pm

Small groups: September through May (Please call for more information)

 


 

COMING UP

Women's Convention: Sept. 19-21

"Wear Your Sign Sunday" Sept. 21

See You at the Pole: Sept. 24

Youth Convention Nov. 14-15

 
 
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(This small group meets for 9 weeks
at 9:00 am Sunday mornings)


 
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For the Love of Africa Ministries Yard Sale September 27th at Cornerstone Church  Visit their Website
 

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Rising above Disaster

Read Habakkuk 1:1 through 3:19

In 1914 a fire broke out at Edison Industries in West Orange, New Jersey, destroying most of the laboratory’s contents. Upon hearing his life’s work had gone up in flames, sixty-seven-year-old Thomas Edison maintained his usual optimism. The inventor said, “There is great value in disaster. All our mistakes are burned up.”

Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior. The Sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to tread on the heights (Habakkuk 3:18–19).

It’s easy to have a positive outlook when everything is going smoothly. But when tough times come, anger and resentment often creep in. The prophet Habakkuk is a great example of someone who kept rejoicing through hardship. Though Judah faced an imminent invasion by the Babylonians, Habakkuk boldly expressed his faith and delight in God. He knew the Lord would help and strengthen those who remained faithful to Him.

No matter what trials you face, worship the Lord and trust Him to help you rise above disaster.

Thought for Today: Circumstances can’t change who God is.

Quicklook: Habakkuk 3:16–19


Devotional brought to you by God's Word For Today.
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