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Brad Jordan
Cornerstone Baptist Church, Hartsville, SC
Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Hartsville, SC. I have a wife and two kids (8 and 6)
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...Jesus is the ONLY way to the Father. If you do not accept the sacrifice that He made for you on the cross, well then you better get some asbestos undies, you're gonna need them. Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2011 at View from the Corner
This even is moderated by Tim Keller and Gabe will be answering questions about his new book - The Next Christians. Be sure to stop by and check out this discussion on a great book! Continue reading
Posted Feb 17, 2011 at View from the Corner
The Birdcage « Videos « The Skit Guys. This has long been one of my favorite skits that these guys perform. They have proven that they can make us laugh and cry, but this video, says it all!! It is my prayer that it touches your life as it has... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2011 at View from the Corner
Watch the Soul Surfer Trailer. Continue reading
Posted Feb 10, 2011 at View from the Corner
As a father, I definitely plan to see this with my kids. The family interplay throughout the movie is a rarity. It is great to see a big budget Hollywood film not strip away both the faith element and the family element. There are so many jumping off points for discussion with families about strength, trust, love, real conversation and pulling together in the midst of a crisis, and these aren’t all the possible discussion points. Continue reading
Posted Feb 10, 2011 at View from the Corner
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In existence as Commandment 11 for 7 years these guys travel around the country with a very special purpose, that of ministering to those in our prison system and in rehab centers around the country. In fact, this is their primary ministry and calling, delivering the gospel in places where to few of us are willing to go. Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2011 at View from the Corner
Looking through more of my Grandfather's papers and ran across this: A Man of God Give me a man of God - one man Whose faith is master of his mind, And I will right ten thousand wrongs And bless the name of all mankind Give me a man of... Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2011 at View from the Corner
So back to my original statement; Jesus Lied. Here's the thing, there is so much discussion around what it taked to enter the kingdom. You must be perfect some say, you must witness some say, you must do this or do that in order to enter the kingdom of Heaven, however, here we have an example so clearly set forth for us that it is impossible to deny. Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2011 at View from the Corner
I was excited as I read it because in my heart of hearts I am on so much of the same page. The overview of the past methodology certainly helped to set the stage for WHY we need the change that we need and WHAT and HOW that change can come about. The only questions that remain are WHO and WHEN. I pray that the WHO is us and the WHEN is now. Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2011 at View from the Corner
Another bit of treasure from the papers of my late Grandfather. If you read this and know who the author is, please let me know so that I can give proper credit. Measure of a Man Not - how did he die? But - how did he live? Not -... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2011 at View from the Corner
His name becomes food for the jackals, The saints who have never been caught. Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2011 at View from the Corner
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Yesterday I had an experience that I have been waiting for 17 years to have. Yesterday something was given to me that I had desired to have for almost half of my life. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2011 at View from the Corner
I just finished watching a vblog entry by Steven Furtick, Pastor Elevation Church, Charlotte NC, entitiled "You're Not Francis Chan" (follow this link to see http://www.stevenfurtick.com/video-blog/youre-not-francis-chan/). I just wanted to say thank you to Steven. I am a fan of Francis' work but Steven nails it in this vblog. One... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2011 at View from the Corner
Jesus' words still ring true, to follow requires sacrifice. We are uncomfortable with sacrifice so we make following Him comfortable by offering an attraction. Should not the desire to spread God's message so consume our lives that we think of little else besides being in His presence accomplishing His will, joining Him on His mission, to take His message to His world for His creation to know His Glory through the death/burial/ressurection of His only Son bridging the gap between a fallen world and a Holy God. Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2011 at View from the Corner
Thoughts and Reflections In Response to the Article entitled “Mission Defined and Described” by Charles Van Egen and subsequent responses to said article. It was with great anticipation that I dove into the chapters of the book “MissionShift” edited by David Hesselgrave and Ed Stetzer. As a young pastor I... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2011 at View from the Corner
Do you know what it means to truly die to self? Do you know what it means to be radical? What does Jesus call us to do? Read more and find out... Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2010 at View from the Corner
via www.radicalthebook.com This is a book that will absolutely change your life. Take your Bible, David's book and realize that we are so trapped it is not funny, but there is a way to "retake our faith from the American Dream" The Bible Study from LifeBibleStudy.com is an awesome addition... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 25, 2010 at View from the Corner
I sit and listen daily to the groans of society and feel inadequately prepared to do that very thing for which my life has been given, however I realize that there is no task which has been set before me that I cannot accomplish with the power supplied by the Unlimited God of the universe. Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2010 at View from the Corner
Its funny, I can remember as a kid anticipating this day, hoping for it, wishing it would come faster so I could be another year older. Now, it is not so much that I dread getting older as my birthday has become less important to me. Now as the day approaches, I find myself being reminded by others more than remembering myself. Gone are the days of extraordinarily long wish list and party hopes. Instead they have been replaced with a desire to help others through my birthday. Continue reading
Posted Sep 22, 2010 at View from the Corner
According to the latest information from the National Bureau of Economic Research says that the recession that so many people have been feeling the effects of for so long officially ended in June of 2009. That being said I realize that since the economy has picked up so greatly that there are many of you out there who know have plenty of extra money to spend on Christmas this year. If this is you, relax, this blog is probably not for you. For the rest of the US population though, those of us who are planting our pennies, dimes, nickels, quarters and yes even dollar bills in the hopes that a money tree will sprout, this blog is for you!! Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at View from the Corner
They followed a star in the sky, went to see the king, left there continued to follow the star and then went home a different way….oh yeah and they found this little kid and gave him some pretty cool gifts, so they should have gotten SOMETHING (I mean the only reason to give a gift is to get one…Right??). Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2010 at View from the Corner
Saturday, October 9 Relay for Life Bike-A-Thon Where: Byerly Park, Hartsville SC When: Saturday, October 9 from 9:30 am to 11:00 am Your RSVP: via www.facebook.com Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 15, 2010 at View from the Corner
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Are you tired of the same old Christmas humdrum? Do you feel like there are times when you have simply missed the whole Christmas Joy and Spirit and Season? The book "Advent Conspiracy" by three pastors (Rick McKinley, Chris Seay and Greg Holder) will challenge you to look beyond "tradition" to seek the true meaning of Christmas. This Blog series is simply just the ramblings of a young Pastor as they pertain to this book and the truth contained within Continue reading
Posted Sep 1, 2010 at View from the Corner
Here is the first thing you need to do, assess why you give gifts at Christmas time. Is it out of a sense of obligation, a feeling of love, or a combination of the two? How do you place a value on the amount of love conveyed in a gift? Is it how much you spend, how big the gift is, how many you purchase? Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2010 at View from the Corner