Category Archives: Volunteers

Cold Weather, Warm Smiles

I grew up near St. Paul, Minnesota. After 18 years of cold and snow, I headed south where I have been ever since. Now I know that the south is not immune to cold temperatures, however, we have been spoiled this … Continue reading

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Volunteering has its perks!

I just want to say how the Cornerstone family never ceases to amaze me. When I began my latest stint as the Volunteer Coordinator, I was handed a list of volunteers, most of which I didn’t know. Over the course … Continue reading

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Lasting Impressions from Indiana

Last year Cornerstone Church gave me the opportunity to visit Granger Community Church (GCC) in South Bend, Indiana, for a “Connections Strategies Coaching Network”. This was a series of four all-day seminars designed for pastors and church leaders to connect, … Continue reading

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Yep, that’s me!

This is a photo that a co-worker, Scott Fillmer, took of me doing my new job. My job title has now expanded to include “Volunteer Coordinator” at Cornerstone Church. Recently my boss, Jack Fisher (aka. Admin Czar), published a Cornerstone … Continue reading

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