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Mission work, community living, cultural reflections, life overseas and much more!

Velm’s story
Velm’s story

Velm: “Living in community really helps you grow in interpersonal relationships and intercultural communication.”

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Alfred’s story
Alfred’s story

Alfred is from Kenya. When asked what is the greatest thing about Cornerstone, he responds: “It’s the people. You have a unique cultural experience here in Cornerstone because you have people coming from all over the world.”

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What will happen to missions after Covid-19?
What will happen to missions after Covid-19?

What is the future of mission post Covid-19? At the moment, no one can even imagine what a post Covid-19 world looks like. After over a year, the end still does not seem in sight. More and more countries resort to even stricter lockdowns to try and get this pandemic...

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Mission: A Calling to Know Christ
Mission: A Calling to Know Christ

Many years ago, God had entered my world through Christ and shaken me free from certain attachments to fear in leading me to Haiti, and then directing me anew to return.  I was back home again in the interim period of waiting and working out the next steps, and...

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Let’s GO?… Should you get prepared before going?
Let’s GO?… Should you get prepared before going?

The prospect of spending one or two years at a mission training college can seem like an age. After all, isn’t the Gospel a simple message and isn’t simply, to ‘preach Christ and him crucified’ (1Cor 1:23) something all Christians should do anyway? Here are 2 points...

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Welcome to our blog!
Welcome to our blog!

Welcome to our Mission Corner, the brand-new blog of Cornerstone. This is a special space where staff and students can share about life at Cornerstone, topics discussed in the classroom, what God is doing in our lives and much more! You are welcome to comment,...

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