A Man After God’s Own Heart

TITLE: A Man After God’s Own Heart
PREACHER: Craig Herbert
DATE: 9 DECEMBER 2012 – Sunday AM

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Staying the Race

TITLE:Staying the Race
PREACHER: Gregg McAlpine
DATE: 7 DECEMBER 2012 – Friday AM

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John 2: Jesus Turns Water Into Wine

TITLE: John 2: Jesus Turns Water Into Wine
PREACHER: Waldo Kruger
DATE: 2 DECEMBER 2012 – Sunday AM

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The Exchange – 7 December

with Greg Mc Alpine

The Exchange for 7 December and Greg Mc Alpine will be sharing on Running the Race.

This is the last Exchange for the year and what a great year it’s been. We’re looking forward to what 2013 will bring. Keep your eyes on our communication channels for when we’ll launch in 2013.

We’ve had some excellent speakers this year that have inspired us and provided us with brilliant tools in our callings to the market place. The topics covered this year were:

  • February : Making the Most of Life – Come Sailing – Gregg Mc Alpine
  • March: Set the atmosphere for the series with “Making it in the Market Place without Losing in Life” – Anton Tjarbring
  • April: Don’t Settle for Being “Money Rich Time Poor” – Gregg Mc Alpine
  • May 12: Believe the Job You Do Makes a Difference – Andrew Mildenhall
  • June: Playing to your Strengths Find your Factor X – Casper Versluis
  • July: Believe in the Power of Dreams – Bill Taylor
  • August: Put Your Family Before your Career – Louella Humphrey
  • September: Keepin the Common Touch – Trevor Howcroft
  • October: Presented Paradigm Shift – Allister Long and Jed
  • November: Don’t Settle for Success: Make a Difference – Strive for Significance – Hennie Cronje
  • December: Running the Race | Hebrews 12 – Gregg Mc Alpine
Look out for Entrepreneurs Training next year on 19 January!
Exchange Market Place Groups

The Exchange doesn’t just run on the first Friday of the month but also every week and often during the day (during lunch hour and so forth) in what we call Market Place Groups. If you’re interested in joining such a group or would like to facilitate one of your own, contact info@cornerstonechurch.co.za.

Donate to The Exchange

If you would like to donate towards The Exchange and any of its initiatives, you can deposit into the following bank account:

Bank: FNB
Exchange Money Market
Account:
62230482606
Branch Code: 250655

The Exchange

Friday, 7 December
At Cornerstone Church Bedfordview
6:00am: Coffee
6:30am: Prompt Start
Followed by a delicious breakfast

Contact us or click here to find out more about The Exchange.

Hark! in the Park a Great Way to End the Year

by Ryan Strydom
Hark in the Park photo 2012

See all the photos at our Facebook page

All of last week I had a keen eye on the weather, wondering about the Sunday’s Hark! in the Park and the looming rain that just didn’t disappear from the weather report. When Sunday came it was pretty much as they predicted. And after the amazing time I had at last year’s Hark! in the Park – I won’t forget the sun setting as the carols started and how I thought to myself, “I’ll take a summer African Christmas over a winter one any day” – I felt somewhat disappointed that it was going to have to be indoors this year.

But my fears were all proved wrong as things kicked off. Despite the gloomy rain outside and the chill, the market was brilliant, the food warm and wonderful, and above all the singers were amazing. I took my hat off to them (quite literally, actually, as I had been bought a hat at one of the stalls!)

When we arrived there was already a buzz in the air as everyone checked out the goodies at the market. I even got some Christmas presents from my very generous family! The kids were running about, clearly enjoying themselves even though there was less space to get up to mischief, and with a delicious, warm pancake in one hand and my wife’s warmer hand in the other, we snuggled down to enjoy the choir’s marvellous voices as they led us in worship to our King and the team presented the True Story of Christmas.

This is why I’ve enjoyed Hark! in the Park over the years. We’re not just belting out a couple of traditional songs and getting the whole Christmas thing done. Every year there’s been a real sense of worship and God’s presence at the event. By the time “Oh Holy Night” comes, I feel like I’ve gone back to my First Love again – Jesus. A fire in my heart for Jesus, the Kingdom and the Gospel is once again ignited and I remember just how much the world and history changed – for ever – when Jesus was born in poverty two thousand years ago.

Thanks guys for a wonderful end to the year. Loved it!

Check out all the photos for Hark! in the Park 2012 at our Facebook page.