Last week, I had the pleasure of joining several of our pastors and church planters in the North Sound Network, a group of Converge Northwest churches lead by Jonathan Alexander (Northshore Community Church) and Nate Hettinga (Cascade Community Church) who have gathered to pool resources and knowledge for the cause of planting more churches in the North Sound region. The mostly bearded and flannel-clad day was complete with great fellowship, messy BBQ, and a pair of adorably curious boxer pups who greeted arrivals in the parking lot of Todd’s blueberry farm. Here’s what we talked about:
The first half of the year has proven to be very successful as Cornerstone Fund partnered with multiple new Converge churches. We stand ready to provide loans when Converge churches are ready to capitalize on their next ministry expansion opportunity. This is all possible thanks to the 3,000 + investors who have already partnered with Cornerstone Fund. Help spread the news of our new special of 2.50% for 2 years. Investing is simple and only requires a completed application. If you would like information to be sent via USPS simply click here to request more information.
Whether you’re a new investor or considered a regular, your funds are making a difference in churches around the nation. Your investment is hard at work within Converge churches, I want encourage you to take a look at a recent loan Cornerstone Fund made to Lafayette Community Church. We are excited to see God bless their ministry and are eager to see how God uses their new building to reach the surrounding community.
Written by: FBC staff member Jenny Bolinger
Bridges fascinate me, their construction, their purpose and especially their symbolism. Being from Pittsburgh, bridges are an important trademark of the city. I love New York City; one of my favorite things to do in NYC is to walk the Brooklyn Bridge. The history of how it was built is so interesting. It is unbelievable to think that 27 people died making that bridge. They gave their lives in order to make life a little bit easier for others. Bridges normally build from one side to the other, but in order for a bridge to be built, one side has to start first.