Missions at Cornerstone Church

Cornerstone Church is a leading Missions church in our fellowship. We partner with over 40 Missionaries/Missions projects all over the world. Some of our Strategic Missions Partnerships that are the center of our Missions focus would include the following:

Convoy of Hope

We have partnered with Convoy of Hope's compassion ministries to bring help and relief to the needy both in the United States and around the world.

Children's Home in Chiang Rai, Thailand

Children's Home in Chiang Rai, Thailand Since 2005, Cornerstone has been the leading supporter of a Children's Home in northern Thailand that houses, feeds, clothes and educates more than 130 children from impoverished areas. Many of the children are orphans and most would have been considered at high risk for human trafficking. Success stories abound of children who have grown up at the Children's home and have gone on to become college graduates and moved into successful careers as a direct result of the loving and nurturing Christian environment provided by this ministry.

Free International  

Cornerstone is in partnership with Free International; a leading non-profit ministry organization that focuses on rescuing young girls and boys who are caught up in human trafficking and sexual slavery. Free International also works closely with Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement agencies and provides the latest training and information available to help first responders be aware of the sometimes subtle signs of human trafficking. Cornerstone Church began this partnership in late 2015. By the end of February 2016, more than 40 young girls had been rescued from human trafficking as a result of this partnership.

 

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Africa Missions

Since 2003, Cornerstone Church has partnered with Missionaries in Africa to bring the gospel and compassion ministries to thousands of people. We have planted new churches in unreached areas, built church tabernacles, built orphanages and dug fresh water wells for those who had little to no access to safe water.