2018 C4 Conference
REIMAGINING OUR CALL TO LOVE OTHERS AS WE LOVE OURSELVES
Our last event was held on:
February 20, 2018
8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Jackson Center- Research Park Huntsville, Al
Loving our neighbor is inherently a very personal, practical act. It is not something accomplished around conference tables or in breakout sessions. Instead it is something worked out over cups of coffee and around conversations at shared meals. Therefore, while our conference will bring awareness of issues related to racial and socio-economic isolation, we will focus much of our effort on practical tools for attendees. This will be an opportunity to move past conversations about “why we do not know our neighbors,” and instead take tangible steps toward changing that reality. After all, barriers and biases are not broken down by rhetoric; they are broken down by relationships.
Join us as we dig deep into the heart of issues that threaten to rip at the core of our communities and churches. Together, let’s take a fresh look at how the Gospel directs us to love others as we love ourselves. Let’s leave with tools in hand to take the next step towards awareness, action and new friendships.
What people are saying about C4?
”When I attended my first C4 Conference, I was new to the Huntsville area. I went to learn and make connections. I left with a sense of excitement of all I saw happening in our community. I had found my people! The quality of speakers at C4 is outstanding. There are intentional times to network and reconnect with old friends. The Cornerstone staff and board members are wonderful hosts. This conference is a must for me each year!“
”Cornerstone conferences have spurred internal conversations regarding general practices within the ministry. The session regarding the book Christ's Kitchen, helped us evaluate how to introduce mentors into the community. This book also lead us to read Bridges Out of Poverty. These two books have been valuable tools to explain our mission and focus. We continue to use this information for those who wish to come along side families in our community. It has also been encouraging to see the Body of Christ working together in Huntsville.“