1797 Hwy 72 W, Clinton, SC 29325
A Reformed Fellowship
May 27: The Lord’s Supper
June 3: Extended Session: lunch following morning worship
with afternoon session beginning @ 1:15.
June 9-15: Family mission trip, Remembrance Community
Church, Madison, Georgia (no evening service at CBC
on June 10 / no activities on Wednesday, June 13)
June 17: Father’s Day–no evening service

'Discipleship' Tagged Posts

This and that: some random thoughts

What kind of church do we want Cornerstone to be? Do we want to be a “Christian ghetto church” that withdraws from the community, concerned only about the people we have and those who happen to find us? Are there not ways that we intentionally can share Christ with others? Perhaps we can open our homes to unbelievers and lead conversations to…

Dabo and you and me

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney has been an inspiration to many with his vocal Christian testimony and laudable charity work. On more than once occasion, secularists have been appalled at the coach’s display of religion, while many Christians have found it refreshing, especially in this day. Things took a turn, however, when the Palmetto Family Council (PFC) announced in May that Coach…

Do you have to do the extraordinary to (really) follow Jesus?

Spring commencement exercises have come and gone. Speakers throughout the country encouraged the new grads to be extraordinary, to rise to the top, to follow their passions, to make a difference in the world. The church often repeats that message, exhorting its youth not be settle for the ordinary, to rise above the common folk in the pews, to do extraordinary feats…

Christmas and Obedience

You better watch out / You better not cry / Better not pout / I’m telling you why / Santa Claus is coming to town He’s making a list / And checking it twice / Gonna find out who’s naughty and nice / Santa Claus is coming to town He sees you when you’re sleeping / He knows when you’re awake /…

Disciples and Self-Discipline

The word “discipline” doesn’t create a great deal of joy when it is offered. Kynette and I have close friends in Kentucky who have a son named Jacob. A couple of years ago, Jacob was on a “I hate discipline” kick. “‘Discipline’ is a dirty word,” he would moan. His moaning would evoke my truthful teasing: “‘Discipline’ is a lovely word; it…

Religion: an emotional crutch?

With his sights focused upon Christianity, noted 19th-century revolutionary Karl Marx famously railed that “religion is the opiate for the masses.” Psychologist Sigmund Freud contemptuously opined, “Religion is an attempt to get control over the sensory world, in which we are placed, by means of the wish-world which we have developed inside us as a result of biological and psychological necessities.” To Marx…