Dear Friends of Cornerstone Institute,
We live in turbulent times. There is so much going on around the world and in our country that we can easily be overwhelmed. What are we to do?
One thing is not lose heart. Do not despair. Rather, you should remember your calling. You are to be faithful where you are.
The apostle Paul reminds us in Col. 3, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.”
Don’t lose focus on your particular calling. We are to be like shining stars in the sky and not those grumbling and complaining. Those around us should wonder about the hope we have within.
We are working to prepare our students with a a Christian worldview, quality job skills training, and a godly backbone so they can standout from this crooked and perverse generation.

Jonathan Anderson
Executive Director

“The end of a man’s calling is not to gather riches for himself, for his family, for the poor; but to serve God in serving of man, and in seeking the good of all men; and to this end men must apply their lives and labours.” 
William Perkins

News & Updates

  • Our Epiphany Term has finished. We now have two completed terms under our belt. We are excited to start our full-time program this fall. If you know anyone that might be a good fit. Send them here: Interest Form
  • Mark the date for our next Saturday Seminar with Ryan Harrison. Made to Make: The Posture, Philosophy, and Process of the Creative Life in Christ Date: Saturday, April 23th Time: 10:00am CST. This is a free event hosted on Zoom. 
  • If you missed our February Saturday Seminar with Dr. Chad Brand: A Theology of Political Economy. You can watch it here.
  • We are still seeking Partner relationships with churches and businesses. Interested in partnering with Cornerstone Institute? Click Here to Partner.

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