The Cornerstone Global Network (CGN) is a spiritual family of ministers, churches, bible schools, orphanages, and schools around the globe, with a common vision to come together in unity and see the Kingdom of God built in every nation. To-date, we have over 200 churches, bible schools, schools and orphanages in 23 nations. It’s our goal to add two new church plants each year in a new country that we are not yet represented. Pressing forward, reaching new frontiers, building together, for His kingdom!
A Note from CGN’s Chairman
Missions and the work of global evangelisation is the lifeblood of Cornerstone. As early as 1989, when the Lord first began to speak to our hearts about the planting of a new congregation, I remember very vividly the kind of church He wanted us to plant: a missions church. That was all He said to us at the beginning of this amazing journey and all through the years, and He has since added many more things on our plate. I can truly say like the psalmist, that the lines have fallen upon us on pleasant places.
We believe that unity is something that is high on God’s agenda and by coming together, we will enhance and amplify our strengths. As such, in 2012, we started the Cornerstone Global Network (CGN) and welcome those of like vision to join us. The purpose of the Cornerstone Global Network is so that CGN churches and ministries may be encouraged and strengthened by one another within a covenantal relationship, under the direct apostolic authority of Cornerstone Community Church, Singapore.
To-date under the Cornerstone Global Network, we have church plants and a wide network of associated churches and ministries in 24 nations. Several years ago, we set a goal to add two new CGN church plants each year in a country that we are not yet represented, and we have seen the Lord help us fulfil this year after year. We are very grateful to God for expanding our horizons and look forward to being a part of the greatest end-time revival in the nations for His glory!
Rev Yang Tuck Yoong
Cornerstone Global Network (CGN)