Entries by Ryan

MEN LEAD: Health and Fitness

Written by Ryan Strydom The MEN evening last night was fantastic, with a focus on Health and Fitness. Lots of guys were getting into it and enjoying it, with testosterone flying around left, right and centre. There were a few challenges to do – for example, Crossfit had a few competitions going where guys had […]

To all the Dreamers… It’s time to Dream

by Faye Mc Clean So this morning I began with an attempt at dreaming which may seem minimal and pathetic. I sat in my bedroom in a small suburb of a large city with a dream that doesn’t fade. But I have to start somewhere…. I have to know that I’m not crazy. I have […]

What’s Easter About Anyway?

by Ryan Strydom Contrary to popular belief that Easter (an Old English word for ‘Passover’) is all about chocolate, eggs and bunnies, Easter is celebrated by Christians as a time that represents the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It would be impossible to delve into all the details of these two events and what […]

Easter in the Park: Relaxing and Lots of Fun for the Kids

by Justine Engelbrecht A relaxing afternoon was enjoyed by friends and family at Easter in the Park, with families picnicking and browsing the craft market with both food and craft stalls; friends relaxing and chatting on the grass; and the children enjoying the obstacle course, farm animals and pony rides. Plus there was the ever […]

Coffee with Kabelo a Roaring Success

by Denise Sherman Despite rain, cold and urns that would not co-operate – Coffee with Kabelo (hosted by Uptown on 16 March in Braamfontein) was a roaring success. By my estimate we had about 200 to 250 eager students gathered in the SouthPoint reception area, waiting patiently to see and hear Kabelo. Kudos to “Bouga […]

Key Women Ladies’ Health: A Fabulous Ladies Evening

Written by Justine Engelbrecht On 9 March, Cornerstone Bedfordview hosted a successful evening on Ladies’ Health, where key issues such as pregnancy, PMS, menopause and puberty were discussed with the main focus being on menopause. Colette, who organised the event, feels that it’s essential for all women, from teenagers to adults, to understand their bodies. […]

Kids’ Camp 2012 – What Was it Like?

Written by Justine Engelbrecht When God’s people come together there is an amazing unity of spirit and the 2012 Kids’ Camp was absolute proof of this. It was a privilege to be included as part of an incredible team of leaders and assistants and to enjoy the benefit of interacting with the children. Under the […]

Key Women – 1 March 2012 Report-Back

Written by Justine Engelbrecht Adele Herbert discussed the journey of Sarah with the ladies that attended Key Women on the 1st March; the emphasis was on being a ‘Woman of Faith’. She encouraged us to live in the world in a supernatural way and to realise that God is in the little things. She also […]

The Wards: Hello from Durbs!

Written by Charlene Ward Hello Cornerstone, Hello to you all from a (very grateful) windy Durban North. I love it when the wind blows now as then we can cope with the heat. Well, here we are living in Durban and loving it! We drove down on the 29th of January with Storm our cat […]

A Remarkable Story of Healing

This testimony of healing – a letter the elders received – was shared at prayer meeting last week. It’s a remarkable story of God’s incredible healing of Hannelie, who was diagnosed with cancer. Her and her family are friends with Marcus and Adele and others in Cornerstone. Let it be an encouragement that Jesus still […]