Part of Cornerstone’s long-time outdoor works of art, multiple artists for this year’s festival built around the theme of “Shelter.”
Trevor Wiitala of the Wiitala Brothers bears down.
Tree sweater. Knit with love. The tree stands near one of the more well-traveled points at the fest grounds.
More outdoor artwork making up a meditative journey through the festival grounds.
Tommy Ogle, musician and long-time friend of Glenn Kaiser and many of the rest of us at JPUSA. He’s currently dealing with cancer and might appreciate prayers.
Tina Herrin, one of our JPUSA pastors, and her husband John who directed the festival for years as well as originating the idea for it, teach on keeping the marriage spark alive. They’ve taught the seminar for years at Cornerstone.
Rez (Resurrection) Band celebrated their 40th Anniversary at the festival this year. The gallery tent was packed out for it, even though they didn’t play (Stu was unavoidably missing). Wonderful open mic sharing time. Gratitude.
One Day… Cornerstone Forever. (Scrawled into the dust of Steve Wolfe’s rear window.)
JPUSA pastor Neil Taylor and JPUSA member Chuck Escue ridin’ easy.
Roy, Glenn, and Ed — the Glenn Kaiser Band — rock out.
Christopher Wiitala sings about “Secrets of the Heart” during the Wiitala Brothers’ set at the Gallery Stage.
As part of the Artrageous Tent activities for children, Carol Trott shows two attentive young ladies how the Egyptians made paper.
Creation Station has fun with their world cultures theme. Bazinga!!
Volunteers and kids mingle at the Artrageous Tent.
Aracely Bock apparently likes what she hears during sound check at the Gallery.