At Cornerstone, our heart is to educate and speak out on critical issues impacting the lives of families in the Granite State. Here’s the latest Cornerstone commentary. We hope you’ll take a few minutes and read what we have to say.
What Do 160-Year-Old Presidential and Gubernatorial Thanksgiving Proclamations Tell Us Today? A reflection by Cornerstone’s Church Amabassador Network Director, Neil Hubacker With so much division, polarization, and strife at home and abroad, it can be hard to find reasons for gratitude. U.S. senators are on the verge of fisticuffs;
On Wednesday, November 29, the New Hampshire Executive Council is expected to vote on contracts for the New Hampshire Family Planning Program. Some of these contracts, if approved, could provide taxpayer monies to facilities that provide abortion, such as Planned Parenthood. Any New Hampshire tax dollars going to these
In just a few short days, on Tuesday, November 7th, Manchester will hold its mayoral election. While we do not typically endorse in municipal elections, the office of Mayor of Manchester is unique in its position and influence within New Hampshire. Not only will the next mayor be responsible
New Hampshire’s “Safe Haven Law,” sometimes called the “baby drop-off law,” is a critical protection that has saved the lives of unwanted newborns. Yet the law faces grave threats, endangering the infants who rely on “safe havens” to protect them from starvation, exposure, or violent death. Our legislators should
New Hampshire’s “Safe Haven Law,” sometimes called the “baby drop-off law,” has directly saved the lives of babies. Unfortunately, the law faces grave threats. As churches, you have a unique opportunity to serve the most vulnerable among us by providing low-cost, life-saving protections for newborns that our government will
This op-ed originally appeared in the Union Leader on Thursday, August 10, 2023 This Summer, WMUR published a piece by its General Manager Andrew Vrees and their editorial board about the horribly hostile country we live in when it comes to those who are part of the so-termed “LGBTQIA+”
Manchester, NH: Yesterday, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu announced that he will not be seeking a fifth term as Governor. In the wake of this announcement, Cornerstone calls on New Hampshire’s churches and Christian community to reflect on Sununu’s legacy and look carefully towards the future. For many Christians
This week, the New Hampshire House and Senate voted to pass HB 315, a bill that will put the safety of women throughout the state at risk. Unfortunately, the final wording of the bill contains deeply problematic language that will provide protection to predatory males who sexually harass and threaten women.
Earlier this year, the NH House of Representatives passed an amended version of HB 315, prohibiting provocations based on a victim’s actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation from being used as a defense in a criminal case. While the original text of this bill was framed
This week, Katie Lennon shared her courageous story of embracing authentic womanhood after having lived a transgender lifestyle for seven years. You can view the recording here. While every moment of the 81-minute video, including a short talk and a Q and A session, is worthwhile, we urge you to
This week, the New Hampshire House voted against SB 272, the critical Parental Bill of Rights. The Senate version of the bill included vital language that ensured parents would be kept informed about their children and would have helped prevent the covert, social gender transitioning of children by public school
On Thursday, May 18, the New Hampshire House will vote on SB 272, the Parents’ Bill of Rights. SB 272 exists because districts all over New Hampshire have enacted explicit policies promising to socially transition your children and lie to you about it. In the Mascenic School District, for