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Cornerstone Church is a multi-site church founded in Chillicothe, Missouri in 1983. In 2014, 2015 and 2017 new locations were established in Milan, Cameron and St. Joseph, Missouri. Through a strategic partnership with the North Missouri District of the Assemblies of God, we established new locations in former Assemblies of God buildings, which were previously underutilized. In the four years of...

This past Easter weekend was one we will not soon forget. Who would have thought four short years ago that two inexperienced pastors and their sixteen friends would reach 808 people on Easter 2018? If it weren’t for Significant Church, I’m not sure we would be telling this story today. Thanks to Pastors Jim and Tamara, and a host of incredible...

  "Pampering for Moms" at Free Worship Church (South Carolina)   FreeWorship, now located in Cheraw, SC and Rockingham, NC. continues to approach each and every Sunday from a unique and different perspective.  Our theme is "Church, only different"  We have broadened our worship experience opportunities with our new Rockingham location offering a Saturday Afternoon time. Our Creative team got together to determine creative...

Easter is such a powerful time to not only remember the price Jesus paid for our redemption, but to see it illustrated through transformed lives. Some pastors in our network have shared their service experiences, testimonies, and events leading up to and during Easter. Easter at Free Worship Church (South Carolina) FreeWorship Church, located in Cheraw, SC, is a 7 year old plant...

Who’s Counting? Pastor Joe Cameneti Ministry is a funny thing. We’re called to add to God’s kingdom and decrease in the process (John 3:30). We’re asked to deliver riveting messages from the stage and deflect all of the praises. It’s almost like we’re called to be “visibly invisible.” And in a culture that counts and “likes,” and… reposts… EVERYTHING. This is quickly...