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ow, you made it, you’re here. Welcome to the 27th Cornerstone Festival! We are about to embark on a great week together. We’ve been working hard all year to bring you the best music, art, sports, and speakers/teachers that we could find. Hopefully all of this effort will provide you with an opportunity to grow in your faith or maybe discover for the first time how wonderful it is to know God loves you. If you are a Cstone veteran you will notice we’ve made some significant changes in how we utilize these beautiful campgrounds. For starters, we have moved the Main Stage right into the heart of the fest. This move will allow us to use the venue throughout the day as well as offer easy access to all the various stages and programs. Now, this also means we’ve had to move a few other things. Please look over the map carefully. If you still have questions, feel free to stop by the fest office and ask. We’ll be happy to help you familiarize yourself with this new layout. Here’s what’s in store this week: Music!!! Hundreds of great bands on over 20 stages. The generator stages will start us off on Mon. afternoon. If you look on pp. 4-5 you’ll see we’ve included a few of their Mon. & Tue. schedules. Sonny from P.O.D. and The Whosoevers will be hosting the Encore Stage on Tue. sharing what God has been doing in his life and ministry and bringing together a collection of great bands. The Anchor / Come&Live! Stage located behind the Main Stage will be a place of incredible ministry all week starting with a showcase of bands on Tue. and featuring artist interviews open to everyone each afternoon where you’ll hear personal stories of what it means to be a follower of Christ in the arts. And you are invited to join them each night after Main Stage for a time of worship and prayer circles. CONTINUED ON P. 40

Generator Stages Main Stage Gallery Stage Label Showcase Encore

04 08 10 12

HM Magazine Stage The Whosoevers

13

Chelsea Cafe

14 15

New Band Showcase Underground Stage After Hours (Dance Club) Raging Storm / Sancrosanct Records Stage

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Press Tent

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The Sanctuary Jesus Village The Asylum Music Schedule cstoneXchange Breakaway Burning Brush Safe Harbor Flickerings Movie Zombies Art Rageous Creation Station Kid’s Games Cornerstone Games Musicians Index General Info Grounds Map Recycling Volunteers Road Map 2011 Ticket Info

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GENERATOR STAGES Check in at the Generator stages for more detailed scheduling.

LEGACY STAGE Monday

TUESDAY

2 p.m.

More In Sorrow

11 a.m.

Bible Study

2:45 p.m.

The Waiting Ends

12 p.m.

Fire From The Gods

3:30 p.m.

Die Fighting

12:45 p.m.

Let The Dead

4:15 p.m.

Bible Study

1:30 p.m.

The Great Flood Catastrophe

5:15 p.m.

Take The Name

2:15 p.m.

Creations

6 p.m.

Destroy Nate Allen

3 p.m.

Thin Ice

6:45 p.m.

Unshackled

3:45 p.m.

Rodent Emporium

7:30 p.m.

Thirteen

4:15 p.m.

Bible Study

8:15 p.m.

Desiring Dead Flesh

7 p.m.

The Scurvies

9 p.m.

True Liberty

7:45 p.m.

Crush The Enemy

9:45 p.m.

Main Line Riders

8:30 p.m.

FBS

10:30 p.m.

Leper

9:15 p.m.

Our Corpse Destroyed

10 p.m.

Flatfoot 56

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IMPACT STAGE Monday

TUESDAY

2:45 p.m.

This Is A Stickup

12 p.m.

Beyond Bethel

3:30 p.m.

Pacific Heights

12:45 p.m.

Karina Mia

4:15 p.m.

Beauty Above The Thorns

1:30 p.m.

The Rendition

5 p.m.

Missions

2:15 p.m.

Rise And Walk

5:45 p.m.

Upon This Rock

3 p.m.

Our Apologies

6:03 p.m.

Archabald

4 p.m.

Night After Dark

7:15 p.m.

Against The Opposition

7 p.m.

Blank Pages

8 p.m.

Triple Stitch

8:45 p.m.

Divided By Friday

9:30 p.m.

Highland Fall

10:15 p.m.

Victory Flame

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SOLACE STAGE Monday

04

TUESDAY

3 p.m.

The Gun Show

12 p.m.

Alive Through Love

6 p.m.

The Crosswalk

12:45 p.m.

The Skies Revolt

6:45 p.m.

Harp & Lyre

2:15 p.m.

With Increase

7:30 p.m.

A Hope For Home

3 p.m.

The Gun Show

8:15 p.m.

Debtor

3:45 p.m.

Agape

9 p.m.

The Skies Revolt

8:15 p.m.

Hope For The Dying

10:30 p.m.

Take It Back!

9 p.m.

The Ember Days

9:45 p.m.

Harp & Lyre

10:30 p.m.

The Overseer

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This year we’re partnering with Get Green To Get Green and for every phone they collect they’ll give us up to $1 towards the 2011 Ticket Relief Fund. Collection boxes will be at the official Cornerstone T-Shirt booths in Exhibition 1 and at Main Stage.

LOVE CAN’T BE BAHT STAGE Monday

TUESDAY

2 p.m.

Ray & Co.

12 p.m.

Ray & Co.

2:30 p.m.

Irela

12:40 p.m.

Omega

3:10 p.m.

Chase Christy

1:20 p.m.

Chase Christy

3:40 p.m.

Exalt The Revenant

1:50 p.m.

Sons Had Father

4:20 p.m.

News From Veronica

2:30 p.m.

Exalt The Revenant

4:50 p.m.

Michael LaCoste

3:10 p.m.

Irela

5:30 p.m.

Omega

3:50 p.m.

Michael LaCoste

6:10 p.m.

Red Sea Affair

4:30 p.m.

News From Veronica

6:50 p.m.

40 Seconds Left

7 p.m.

Bring Back The Sun

7:30 p.m.

From Legends To Nancy

7:40 p.m.

Divide

8:10 p.m.

Legend Of A Deadman

8:20 p.m.

Scars Of Eden

8:50 p.m.

The ESA

9 p.m.

The ESA

9:30 p.m.

Ashes From Another

9:30 p.m.

Red Sea Affair

10:10 p.m.

The Corners

10:40 p.m.

Royal

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THE AMMUNITION ROOM Monday

TUESDAY

2 p.m.

Emerald City In Ruins

12 p.m.

Emerald City In Ruins

7:45 p.m.

We As Human

3 p.m.

Reign

8:30 p.m.

We As Human

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ANCHOR / COME&LIVE! Cornerstone Festival will be hosting the first-ever Anchor / Come&Live! Stage. We have partnered with The Anchor Fellowship and Come&Live! to bring you a tent committed to meeting your spiritual needs and to encourage your faith. The tent will act as a Monastery (a safe place for prayer and for community interaction), as well as providing interviews with several leading artists each day. The tent will close with a “Church” service each night from 11 p.m.-1 a.m., including a different worship artist and speaker each night, as well as a time for corporate and personal ministry.

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TUESDAY COME&LIVE! DAY 12 p.m.

We Are Creation

12:45 p.m.

Fallstar

1:30 p.m.

Great Awakening

2:15 p.m.

Preson Phillips

3 p.m.

The Frozen Ocean

3:45 p.m.

I Am Alpha & Omega

4:30 p.m.

Holding Onto Hope

5:15 p.m.

Joshua Stump: Who Is the Anchor Mission USA

7 p.m.

So Long Forgotten

9:15 p.m.

White Collar Sideshow

10 p.m.

The Ember Days

10:45 p.m.

Showbread

11:30 p.m.

Ascend The Hill: Chad Johnson

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10 a.m.

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

11 a.m.

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Artist Interviews 12 p.m.

Showbread

TBD

White Collar Sideshow

TBD

1 p.m.

mewithoutYou

For Today

David Crowder

August Burns Red

2 p.m.

Sleeping Giant

The Almost

Mychildren Mybride

Demon Hunter

3 p.m.

The Whosoevers

TBD

TBD

Ivoryline

The Anchor USA Family Speakers 4 p.m.

Christy Brooks: How To Minister To Women In A Man’s Church

Dale Hall: Has God Called Me To Plant A Church?

David Lim: Finding True Intimacy In The Darkness

Chris Hayzlett & Brian Ban: Living Your Mission While Leading The Church

5:30 p.m.

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

Anchor Monastery

11 p.m.

United Harvest Workers Union Joshua Stump

The Ember Days Aaron Gillespie

The Glorious Unseen Joshua Stump

We Are Creation Jake Luhrs

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MAIN STAGE New location, new times and several new and exciting additions to Main Stage. We’ll kick off the official start of the festival at 8 p.m. on Tuesday night with Switchfoot, then please join us for Worship & Devotions each morning. The Indoor Stage has moved to Main Stage with 4 bands each afternoon. Also, Community Gathering on Friday evening will present a special opportunity for each of us to journey further in our quest to know God.

SPONSORED BY

SWITCHFOOT

DEMON HUNTER

PARACHUTE BAND

PHIL JOEL

DAVID CROWDER BAND

SKILLET


THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA

THE ALMOST

MEWITHOUTYOU

TOBYMAC

AUGUST BURNS RED

TUESDAY 8-9:30 p.m.

9-9:45 a.m.

Morning Worship & Devotions

12:15-1 p.m.

Switchfoot

RED

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Fat Calf Worship Team

MashetiMoses

The Glorious Unseen

Parachute Band

Dan Balwinkel

Sal Solo

Joshua Stump

Chad Johnson

The Riverside Worship Project*

MashetiMoses

Photoside Cafe

The Glorious Unseen

1:15-2 p.m.

Luminate

Manafest

The Wrecking

House Of Heroes

2:15-3 p.m.

Reilly

Bleach

Sent By Ravens

All The Day Holiday

3:15-4 p.m.

Bradley Hathaway

John Reuben

Deas Vail

Belle Epoque

7-8 p.m.

mewithoutYou

Phil Joel

Parachute Band

August Burns Red

8:30-9:30 p.m.

Red

The Almost

Community Gathering

Demon Hunter

10-11 p.m.

tobyMac

Skillet

David Crowder Band

The Devil Wears Prada

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*New Band Showcase Grand Prize Winner

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GALLERY STAGE For many Cornerstone fans, the Gallery Stage functions as a festival within a festival. Like any good gallery, this is a space for observing and appreciating fine art. Stop by any time of day to discover brand new emerging artists alongside classic Cornerstone favorites. Or, like many veteran fans, settle in and spend a day, or the whole event, at this intimate, comfortable and eclectic venue. Highlights this year include Over The Rhine, Eisley and a return by legendary alternative pioneers The Choir who will unveil their brand new album and headline a special evening dedicated to “The Other Side of Nashville.�

Sponsored by

MAGAZINE

SEABIRD JEFF ELBEL + PING

PAPER ROUTE

MAX

IONA

THE FAREWELL DRIFTERS

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IVORYLINE

OVER THE RHINE

GLENN KAISER BAND

EISLEY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

GALLERY STAGE IN THE AFTERNOON 1-1:45 p.m.

Michael Roe

Beth Holtby

Max Simmons

Hand Drawn Mountains

2:05-2:50 p.m.

Terry Scott Taylor

Rhona Kelley

Timbre

The Jox

3:10-3:55 p.m.

Michael Roe & Derri Daugherty

Jan Krist

Jonathan Jones

Gabriel Kelley

Jeff Elbel + Ping

Brooke Waggoner

4:15-5 p.m.

of We Shot The Moon

Over The Rhine (acoustic)

PJ Summers Band

Dignan

O’ Brother

GALLERY STAGE AT NIGHT 6-6:45 p.m.

The Unfortunate

Eastern Block

7:15-8:05 p.m.

Shel

Kate York

Paper Route

Future Of Forestry

8:35-9:30 p.m.

Glenn Kaiser Band

The Farewell Drifters

CLOSED FOR COMMUNITY GATHERING

Ivoryline

10-11 p.m.

Lost Dogs

Spiritual Songs by The Wayside & Friends

Eisley

Seabird

LATE NIGHT AT THE GALLERY 11:30-12:30 a.m.

Iona

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The Choir

Over The Rhine

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LABEL SHOWCASE WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1-1:30 p.m.

Await The Day

n News From Verona

Hyland

Tonight Tonight

1:45-2:15 p.m.

Send Out Scuds

n To Kill A Monster

The Advocate

Blissed

2:30-3 p.m.

Random Hero

n Don’t Wake Aislin

The Clutter

n Gnashing Of Teeth

3:15-3:45 p.m.

INDNSMMR

Divided By Friday

Taller Than Trees

n Reapers Are The Angels

4-4:30 p.m.

Burning Yesterday

Abel

Still Pioneers

n A Hero Remains

4:455:15 p.m.

The Tug Fork River Band

Before There Was Rosalyn

The Javeline Dance

What Is Truth

5:30-6 p.m.

Senseless Beauty

The Overseer

The Skies Revolt

n Write This Down

Brought to you by: n Love Can’t Be Baht n Sancrosanct Records n Tooth & Nail Records

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A HERO REMAINS

WRITE THIS DOWN

THE OVERSEER

THE WIITALA BROTHERS

DON’T WAKE AISLIN

GASOLINE HEART

HASTE THE DAY

THE CHARIOT

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ENCORE STAGE 12

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

11-11:30 p.m.

The Wiitala Brothers

Gasoline Heart

10:45-11:30 p.m.

Living Sacrifice

12-1:30 a.m.

The Chariot

Flatfoot 56

12-1 a.m.

Haste The Day

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FRIDAY


HM STAGE sponsored by HM Magazine WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

7-7:45 p.m.

Bloodlined Calligraphy

A Hill To Die Upon

Mychildren Mybride

8-8:45 p.m.

Texas In July

Becoming The Archetype

CLOSED FOR COMMUNITY GATHERING

9-9:45 p.m.

Onward To Olympas

Sacred Warrior

9-9:30 p.m. The Satire

10-10:45 p.m.

War Of Ages

Overcome

9:45-10:30 p.m. Gwen Stacy

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WAR OF AGES

GWEN STACY

ONWARD TO OLYMPAS

THE SATIRE

MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE

BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE

A HILL TO DIE UPON

THE WHOSOEVERS On Tuesday, June 29th The Whosoevers are invading Cornerstone Festival! TUESDAY 4-4:45 p.m.

As They Sleep

5-5:45 p.m.

I Am Terrified

6-6:45 p.m.

Sleep For Sleepers

7-7:45 p.m.

The Letter Black

8-8:45 p.m.

Write This Down

9-9:45 p.m.

ALLORNOTHING

10-10:45 p.m.

To Speak Of Wolves

11-11:45 p.m.

The Showdown

Ryan Ries (Director) and Sonny Sandoval (P.O.D.) of The Whosoevers will be hosting the Encore stage. They will be giving their testimonies and sharing what God has been doing through the ministry. For more information: ExitConcerts.com, TheWhosoevers.com

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MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

6-6:35 p.m.

The Scoffer

Erich Siemens

Joy Williams

7-7:45 p.m.

Hodges

Aubrey

The Hollands

8-8:50 p.m.

Josh Davenport

Standing Small

Khadag Blue

9:1510:05 p.m.

The Unfortunate

Nitengale

Mouthful of Thunder

10:3011:30 p.m.

Glenn Kaiser

Leper

Photoside Cafe

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

7-7:45 p.m.

Aracely & Hilde

Seth Martin & the Menders!

Daniele Clark

8-8:50 p.m.

The Crossing

Community Gathering MS 8-9:15

Men & Angels

9:1510:05 p.m.

Max Simmons

Jonni Greth

Identity Crisis, Inc.

10:3011:30 p.m.

I’m Not A Pilot

Illalogical Spoon Mike’s Pawn Shop

www.grrrrecords.com www.project12.us


NEW BAND SHOWCASE Come check out the winners from the New Band Showcase contest! Don’t miss the Grand Prize winner Wednesday on Main Stage! THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1-1:40 p.m.

A Place Past Hope

Josh Harmony

This Fires Embrace

1:50-2:30 p.m.

Crosswire

Campbell The Band

Wolves At The Gate

2:40-3:20 p.m.

Upon This Rock

Flight From Below

The Sacred Eternal

3:30-4:10 p.m.

Skyhawk Drive

Red Hill City

Exegesis

4:20-5 p.m.

Da MAC (Music About Christ)

Benjamin Clark

Scars Of Eden

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NEW BAND SHOWCASE GRAND PRIZE WINNER: The Riverside Worship Project

UNDERGROUND STAGE Daily devotions at 10 a.m. with Robert Goodwin of Headnoise, followed by our pancake and coffee breakfast. WEDNESDAY 1-1:40 p.m.

The Kicks

1:50-2:30 p.m.

Hyland

2:40-3:20 p.m.

Ilia

3:30-4:10 p.m.

Queens Club

4:20-5 p.m.

Abandon

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

New Band Showcase. See the above schedule for details.

5:10-5:40 p.m.

n My Epic

Man Made Hell

Listener Project

6-6:30 p.m.

n Hundredth

n A Hope For Home

Sexually Frustrated

Men As Trees Walking

6:45-7:15 p.m.

n The Great Commission

n Wrench In The Works

Rodent Emporium

Massive Scar Era

7:30-8 p.m.

n I The Breather

n Hands

FBS

The Wednesdays

8:15-8:45 p.m.

n The Crimson Armada

n Call To Preserve

CLOSED FOR COMMUNITY GATHERING

Mankind

9-9:40 p.m.

n The Color Morale

n In The Midst Of Lions

Children 18:3

Leper

9:55-10:35 p.m.

n Blessed By A Broken Heart

n A Plea For Purging

Rise To Ruin

Our Corpse Destroyed

10:5011:30 p.m.

n Sleeping Giant w/ Special Guests

n For Today

Last Hope

Grave Robber

12-1 a.m.

n Men As Trees Walking

n Impending Doom

White Collar Sideshow

n Scream The Prayer Tour

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n Facedown Night

AFTER HOURS

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10-11:30 p.m.

Alex B

Fitzpatrick

Dave Richards

DJ Kid Kardia

11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.

Sheltershed

DJ Marcuis

Greg “Stryke” Chin

Aesias Finale

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RAGING STORM / SANCROSANCT RECORDS STAGE MONDAY

TUESDAY

Wednesday

10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Morning Services

Morning Services

12 p.m.

Love Begotten

Steve Eads

12:25 p.m.

Strength Within

The Meek Estate

1:30 p.m.

Goodbye To Sunny Skies

Creations

The Rendition

2:15 p.m.

Tug Fork River Band

Your Chance To Die

Desiring Dead Flesh

3 p.m.

Love Begotten

Gnashing Of Teeth

Rodent Emporium

3:45 p.m.

Alive Through Love

Milosny

Mason Summers

4:30 p.m.

The Guillotine

Reapers Are The Angels

Chosen

5:15 p.m.

Your Chance To Die

Dagon

The Skies Revolt

6 p.m.

Strength Within

The Burial

Armory

6:45 p.m.

Gnashing Of Teeth

Onward To Olympas

Nineball

7:30 p.m.

Reapers Are The Angels

Bloodlined Calligraphy

Audio Strobelight

8:15 p.m.

Hail The Blessed Hour

In The Midst Of Lions

Main Line Riders

9 p.m.

The Rose Hill

9:45 p.m.

A Hero Remains

10:30 p.m.

Bloodlined Calligraphy

11:15 p.m.

The Burial

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THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Morning Services

Morning Services

Morning Services

12 p.m.

The Clutter

Agape

Fighting For The Fallen

12:25 p.m.

Goodbye To Sunny Skies

Renae

Dorian’s Decay

1:30 p.m.

When The Clock Strikes

From The Eyes Of Servants

Love Begotten

2:15 p.m.

Katana Joe

Your Chance To Die

Alive Through Love

3 p.m.

Marco & Sarah Castro

Day Of Vengeance

When The Clock Strikes

3:45 p.m.

The Jox

Hail The Blessed Hour

Creations

4:30 p.m.

Aaron Lee Martin

The Rose Hill

The Guillotine

5:15 p.m.

J Scanell

A Hero Remains

Milosny

6 p.m.

Audio Strobelight

Fellowship Dinner

6:45 p.m.

Listener

7:30 p.m.

Destroy Nate Allen

8:15 p.m.

Rodent Emporium

MAIN LINE RIDERS

MILOSNY

IN THE MIDST OF LIONS

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RODENT EMPORIUM


PRESS TENT The Press Tent is your place to see the media in action. Stop by Thursday, Friday & Saturday afternoon from 12 to 4:30 p.m. and join the working press as they discuss media & the arts and interview your favorite artists. Sponsored by The Phantom Tollbooth, tollbooth.org. Press conferences are open to the public and also recorded for later podcast. Stop by often for the latest schedule.

TOLLBOOTH TALKS Unique insights into the intersection of industry, ministry, Christianity and God. THURSDAY 12-1 p.m. Christian Music as an Art Form: Striving for Excellence Chris “Grandfather Rock” MacIntosh FRIDAY 12-1 p.m. The ‘Rolling Away’ at Gilgal (Joshua 5) & Our Identity Crisis Alan Aguirre SATURDAY 12-1 p.m. State of the Industry: An Insider Round Table Discussion THURSDAY-FRIDAY 1-4:30 p.m. Artist Press Conferences

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From a rich, ancient tradition comes a new joy for the journey. The Crossing’s new release Baile (Home) Available summer 2010

See The Crossing: Thursday 8 p.m. Chelsea Cafe Friday 10 p.m. Jesus Village www.grrrrecords.com


THE SANCTUARY WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Bombworks Records Day Of Metal

Sanctuary At Night

Night Of Doom

Night Of Blues

7 p.m.

Copernicus

TBA

Innerseige

Worship w/ Pastor Bob

8 p.m.

And The Greatest Of These

Worship w/ Pastor Bob

CLOSED FOR COMMUNITY GATHERING

Rob Cassels

9 p.m.

Divulgence

Lightshine Theater Rez Tribute

Sweet Cicada

Stevie And The Saints

10 p.m.

A Hill To Die Upon

Leper

David Benson

Jeff Scheetz Band

11 p.m.

I Built The Cross

TBA

Troglodyte Dawn

12 a.m.

Rex Carroll Band

Rex Carroll Band

Place Of Skulls

Blues Jam w/ Glenn Kaiser, Jeff Scheetz, Stevie, Rob Cassells and Special Guests

Also playing at the Sanctuary: Unspoken, 7th Overture, Exousia, Deborah, Grave Robber, Dead Moons Grey, Skies, Broken Flesh, Boarders, Your Chance To Die, Bone Prophet, Messenger, Sweet Crystal, Brim, Testify, and more! 9 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

JESUS VILLAGE TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

12 p.m.

Children’s Worship

Children’s Worship

Children’s Worship

Children’s Worship

Children’s Worship

1 p.m.

Edie of Headnoise

Naphtali of Photoside Café

Aaron of mewithoutYou

Mark of Cool Hand Luke

Jeremy of Illalogical Spoon

2 p.m.

Joy Whitlock

F5 Righteous

Peter Paul & Josh

Destroy Nate Allen

Sekajipo / Refuge Beat Poets Collective

3 p.m.

Radical Classical

The Verity

Husk Vs. Horn

Bill Tucker

Tremble Oh Earth

4 p.m.

Focal Irish Worship

180 Out

Lasso The Salt

Travis Vaad

With Increase

5 p.m.

Rhona Kelly

Mason Summers

Andrew Oliver

Brian Grover

Strengthen What Remains

6 p.m.

The Wayside

Listener Project

Jeff Elbel

Tommy Ogle

Abel

7 p.m.

Charla Rainey

Fundamental Elements

Send Out Scuds

Bradley Hathaway

Friends Of Giants

8 p.m.

Aracely & Hilde

Eden Regained

Soul Mobile Eternal

CLOSED FOR COMMUNITY GATHERING

The Wayside

9 p.m.

Maron

Nitengale

Khadag Blue

Glen Clark

Men As Trees Walking

10 p.m.

Timbre

Quiet Science

Photoside Cafe

The Crossing

The Hotshot Freight Train

11 p.m.

Daniele

Cool Hand Luke

Glen Clark & The Family

Men & Angels

Standing Small

12 p.m.

Charity Cimarron

White Collar Sideshow

Illalogical Spoon

The Tribe

Bojo Techno

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WEDNESDAY 6-8 p.m.

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THURSDAY

Kiddie Village (Drama & Games)

FRIDAY


THE ASYLUM The Asylum is the goth tent at Cornerstone. We’ve been through many changes in the twelve years we’ve been at Cornerstone. This year is no different. We’re scaling back and only doing two events. On Thursday night there will be a showing of the movie Coraline, with discussion immediately following, and Friday night there will be a Halloween party. NAILED (TO THE CROSS), a ministry from Quincy, IL, will be providing worship and a progressive devotional for us in the evenings. We would like to give a special thanks to the Dollar General in Bushnell for helping us with supplies and Jason at The Little Java Hut in Macomb for providing us with amazing coffee for Cornerstone this year!  Show your support and visit them. Don’t forget to pack a costume and be prepared for a frightfully good time!! 

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monday

tuesday

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1:306 p.m.

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

Merch Table & Goth Makeovers

6-9 p.m.

CLOSED

CLOSED

CLOSED

CLOSED

CLOSED

9:3011 p.m.

Presentation By Nailed (To The Cross) Freeform Worship, Prayer, Scripture Reading, Devotion, Progressive Devotional Study—Old Testament Bible Figures, Communion, Lord’s Prayer

9:15 p.m. Coraline (movie)

CLOSED Until 10:30 p.m.

11 p.m.4 a.m.

Coffee House

Coffee House

Coffee House

Coffee House

10:30 p.m.-2 a.m. Halloween Party

2-4 a.m. Coffee House

Same Programming as Mon.-Wed. Coffee House

INVISIBLE CHILDREN Each night in cstoneXchange Tent X3 at 9p.m., Invisible Children will be showing films about their mission work.

9 p.m. Monday

Invisible Children - Rough Cut

Tuesday

Rosaline: The Story of an Aids Victim

Wednesday

Emmy: The Story of an Orphan

Thursday

Together We Are Free

Friday

Sunday: The Story of a Displaced Person

Saturday

GO: The Schools For Schools Movie


GRRR RECORDS PRESENTS

Thursday 8:00 p.m. Chelsea Cafe

PHOTOSIDE CAFE the beauty of innocence remains Friday 12:15 p.m. Main Stage

O C TA N E

GLENN KAISER BAND Gallery Stage Wednesday at 8:35 p.m.

MUSIC TO RAISE THE DEAD RESURRECTION BAND’S BOX SET

UPTOWN Tuesday 9:00 p.m. Jesus Village

Leper

And Everybody Died Saturday 9:00 p.m. Underground Stage

ALL available now at the Grrr Records booth in the main exhibition tent and at www.grrrrecords .com/shop

Grrr Artist Schedule at Cornerstone 2010 Glenn Kaiser Solo Glenn Kaiser Band The Crossing The Crossing Leper Leper Photoside Cafe Photoside Cafe Photoside Cafe Maron Aracely Aracely & Hilde Glen Clark & the Family Tommy Ogle The Wayside The Wayside

Monday 10:30 p.m. Wednesday 8:35 p.m. Thursday 8 p.m. Friday 10 p.m. Tuesday 10:30 p.m. Saturday 9 p.m. Wednesday 10:30 p.m. Thursday 10 p.m. Friday 12:15 p.m. Tuesday 9 p.m. Tuesday 8 p.m. Thursday 7 p.m. Thursday 11 p.m. Friday 7 p.m. Tuesday 6 p.m. Saturday 8 p.m.

Chelsea Cafe Gallery Stage Chelsea Cafe Jesus Village Chelsea Cafe Underground Chelsea Cafe Jesus Village Main Stage Jesus Village Jesus Village Chelsea Cafe Jesus Village Jesus Village Jesus Village Jesus Village

www.grrrrecords .com


MUSIC SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

MashetiMoses Manafest Bleach John Reuben Phil Joel The Almost Skillet

8:30-9:30 p.m. Community Gathering

Parachute Band The Glorious Unseen House Of Heroes All The Day Holiday Belle Epoque August Burns Red Demon Hunter The Devil Wears Prada

MAIN STAGE (SEE P. 8) Fat Calf Worship Team The Riverside Worship Project Luminate Reilly Bradley Hathaway mewithoutYou Red tobyMac

The Glorious Unseen Photoside Cafe The Wrecking Sent By Ravens Deas Vail Parachute Band David Crowder Band

GALLERY STAGE (SEE P. 10) Max Simmons Timbre Jonathan Jones Over The Rhine (acoustic) Dignan Paper Route Eisley Over The Rhine

Hand Drawn Mountains The Jox Gabriel Kelley PJ Summers Band O’ Brother Future Of Forestry Ivoryline Seabird

News From Verona To Kill A Monster Don’t Wake Aislin Divided By Friday Abel Before There Was Rosalyn The Overseer

Hyland The Advocate The Clutter Taller Than Trees Still Pioneers The Javeline Dance The Skies Revolt

Tonight Tonight Blissed Gnashing Of Teeth Reapers Are The Angels A Hero Remains What Is Truth Write This Down

Gasoline Heart Flatfoot 56

Living Sacrifice Haste The Day

A Hill To Die Upon Becoming The Archetype Sacred Warrior Overcome

Mychildren Mybride The Satire Gwen Stacy

Beth Holtby Rhona Kelley Jan Krist Brooke Waggoner Eastern Block Kate York The Farewell Drifters The Wayside & Friends The Choir

Michael Roe Terry Scott Taylor Michael Roe & Derri Daugherty Jeff Elbel + Ping The Unfortunate Shel Glenn Kaiser Band Lost Dogs Iona

LABEL SHOWCASE STAGE (SEE P. 12) Await The Day Send Out Scuds Random Hero INDNSMMR Burning Yesterday The Tug Fork River Band Senseless Beauty ENCORE STAGE (SEE P. 12) The Wiitala Brothers The Chariot HM STAGE (SEE P. 13) Bloodlined Calligraphy Texas In July Onward To Olympas War Of Ages

NEW BAND SHOWCASE STAGE (SEE P. 15) A Place Past Hope Crosswire Upon This Rock Skyhawk Drive Da MAC (Music About Christ)

Josh Harmony Campbell The Band Flight From Below Red Hill City Benjamin Clark

This Fires Embrace Wolves At The Gate The Sacred Eternal Exegesis Scars Of Eden

Man Made Hell Sexually Frustrated Rodent Emporium FBS Children 18:3 Rise To Ruin Last Hope White Collar Sideshow

Listener Project Men As Trees Walking Massive Scar Era The Wednesdays Mankind Leper Our Corpse Destroyed Grave Robber

UNDERGROUND STAGE (SEE P. 15) The Kicks Hyland Ilia Queens Club Abandon Hundredth The Great Commission I The Breather The Crimson Armada The Color Morale Blessed By A Broken Heart Sleeping Giant Men As Trees Walking AFTER HOURS (SEE P. 15)

My Epic A Hope For Home Wrench In The Works Hands Call To Preserve In The Midst Of Lions A Plea For Purging For Today Impending Doom

RAGING STORM / SANCROSANCT (SEE P. 16)

JESUS VILLAGE (SEE P. 18)

MONDAY

TUESDAY

SANCTUARY STAGE (SEE P. 15)

ANCHOR / COME&LIVE! (SEE P. 7)

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Joy Williams The Hollands Khadag Blue Mouthful Of Thunder Photoside Cafe

Aracely & Hilde The Crossing Max Simmons I’m Not A Pilot

Seth Martin & The Menders! Jonni Greth Illalogical Spoon

Daniele Clark Men & Angels Identity Crisis, Inc. Mike’s Pawn Shop

CHELSEA CAFE (SEE P. 14) The Scoffer Hodges Josh Davenport The Unfortunate Glenn Kaiser

Erich Siemens Aubrey Standing Small Nitengale Leper


CSTONEXCHANGE Cornerstone has always been about possibility... And longtime festgoers know we can’t help experimenting with the fest program and grounds any more than the attendees can stop changing their music and their hair... Ergo, in 20TEN, Cornerstone bursts boundaries again — our own. Employing some off-themap cartography, we’ve redrawn the festival layout — and, just maybe, opened up some hitherto unexplored possibilities as the Main Stage moves to the Midway. Meanwhile, the seminar program shifts from being a random collection of tents to a new environment, a seminar “village”, possibly even the new “left bank” of Cornerstone. The hope is that new energy and indeed exchange is generated in the revamped cstoneXchange. Our interests are wide-ranging as ever: Global economics, interfaith activism, food justice, digital media, ancient devotional practices, Christian community — the Gospel as it is embodied in followers of Christ as a living, breathing reality and so touches others...

X1 From Stone to Living Word: Letting the Bible Live Again (Debbie Blue, 3 sessions) Many Christians sense that their encounters with the Bible are supposed to be deep, life-forming, and powerful, but that isn’t always the case. They may be overly familiar with the text to the point of finding it predictable, or they may be disillusioned with the church. Too often, and for a variety of reasons, believers make the Bible an idol and unwittingly turn the Word into stone. This seminar seeks to turn stone back into living Word, freeing believers from dumbed-down spirituality with a Word revealed as alive & thrilling.

DEBBIE BLUE

Sensual Orthodoxy: The Embodiment of Faith (Debbie Blue, 3 sessions) Debbie Blue approaches scripture like a farm wife handles a chicken, carefully but not delicately, thoroughly but not exactly cautiously. Tangled questions about a God who gets a body need to be examined without flinching: God is too often made abstract, instead of being allowed to get physical, to be made human in a womb, and emerge through a birth canal. This seminar re-embodies faith.

Debbie Blue is one of the founding pastors of House of Mercy, a church in St. Paul, Minnesota. Her essays, sermons and reflections on scriptures have appeared in various publications including two books, whose titles we’ve used to name her two seminars here. A Transformational Possibility: From Just Fishing to Owning the Pond (Michael A. Mata, 3 sessions) Fish-giving (aka charity) is an appropriate, and a Biblically-mandated, response to those in dire need. However, experience tells us that services, goods and money alone rarely transform a place where people survive into a community where all can thrive. Michael Mata shares some theological principles, strategic processes and proven practices that move our goodwill efforts beyond problem-solving to the possibility that people, currently living in impoverished conditions, can indeed possess the fullness of life. Prophetic Activism: An Unsettling Tradition of Truth-telling (Michael A. Mata, 3 sessions) Not to be confused with current issue-driven activism of some, the practice of prophetic activism follows the precarious path of advocating for the Kin-dom (sic) of God ...and when necessary to use words. This seminar rehearses and embraces the commonalities we all have with the Hebrew prophets, the likes of William Wilberforce, Martin Luther King, Jr., Dorothy

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MICHAEL A. MATA

Day and other contemporary prophets with the outstanding invitation to speak the truth — more intelligently and eloquently than even those who came before us.

Michael A. Mata is the Urban Development Director for World Vision for the U.S. as well as being an ordained minister with the Church of the Nazarene. Michael has degrees in Biblical Literature, Religion and Urban planning.

Justice, Justice Thou Shall Pursue This varied three-session series led by Eric Greene looks to reconnect the strangely nowcontroversial notion of “social justice” to Biblical roots that span the ages and traditions. Food Access, Food Justice In the book of Exodus, God gives manna so those stranded in the desert could eat — but today, many are stranded in the “food deserts” of America: neighborhoods dominated by junk food, convenience stores and liquor stores but lacking grocery stores offering real food. Come learn how communities are acting to address this kind of food deprivation in the land of plenty. A Life for a Life: The Death Penalty The Bible is often used to support our modern death penalty system. But people of faith have always been uneasy about the death penalty — starting with the ancient rabbis of Israel, who imposed insurmountable obstacles to executions, essentially eliminating the death penalty. This seminar will discuss how religious faith leads many to bear witness against the death penalty. Interfaith Activism Panel Discussion From the abolition of slavery to the civil rights movement, religious conviction has been behind some of the great political movements of our nation’s history. Today, religious activists are reaching across denominational lines to stand and march together to reclaim the Bible’s prophetic tradition. This interfaith panel will both discuss and model just that.

Eric Greene is the Southern California Regional Director of the Progressive Jewish Alliance, a social justice advocacy organization which engages Jews in grassroots coalition efforts to address economic justice and civil rights issues. He has written widely on politics and the arts. Jeff McClusky & Associates Music Exposure Seminar Come and get an insiders look at the music industry from professionals who have many years of experience in the industry. This music seminar hosted by Jeff McClusky & Associates will teach musicians and bands about the various aspects of the music industry. Special guest speakers will touch upon subjects including artist exposure (marketing, promotion and licensing) and artist development (booking, touring and management). WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10 a.m.

Debbie Blue From Stone to Living Word

Debbie Blue From Stone to Living Word

Debbie Blue From Stone to Living Word

11 a.m.

Michael Mata Prophetic Activism

Michael Mata Prophetic Activism

Michael Mata Prophetic Activism

1 p.m.

Debbie Blue Sensual Othodoxy

Debbie Blue Sensual Othodoxy

Debbie Blue Sensual Othodoxy

2 p.m.

Michael Mata Transforming Vision

Michael Mata Transforming Vision

Michael Mata Transforming Vision

3 p.m.

Eric Greene Food Justice

Eric Greene A Life For A Life

Eric Greene Food Justice

4 p.m.

Jeff McClusky & Associates Music Exposure Seminar

Panel Discussion Interfaith Activism

Jeff McClusky & Associates Music Exposure Seminar

5 p.m.

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Jeff McClusky & Associates Music Exposure Seminar

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X2

(IMAGINARIUM)

The spirit of the Imaginarium and Flickerings is alive and well at Cornerstone and... evolving. This year’s program is a kind of “missing link” — an amphibian, a transitional species: As the environment has radically changed, we’re adapting into something still not yet clear... perhaps the mainstreaming of the Imaginarium or the Imaginarium-izing of the the speaker program. This event has never been for the faint of heart. So strap in and see what happens... Let’s marvel again how the whole of Cornerstone becomes greater than the sum of its parts. Understanding the Middle East I: Promises & Realities for G-d’s Chosen People (Wendy Kaufmyn and Greg Beshouri, 3 sessions) What does the Bible say of the history of the Holy Land and of Semitic Peoples? How does the recent history of Palestine/Israel relate to G-d’s promises to His chosen people and to believing Christians? These sessions give context to the claims of various peoples to the land of Palestine while laying a solid groundwork with which to understand the current situation today.

WENDY KAUFMYN

Understanding the Middle East, Part II: Palestine — Personal & the Political (Wendy Kaufmyn, 3 sessions) What does life look like in the West Bank of Palestine? How do global affairs and the War on Terror impact it? Come see an audio-visual portrait of the routine, ordinary (and not so ordinary) life of Palestinians in the West Bank drawn upon personal experiences living in Palestine. The politics of the situation are closely examined as well as an interactive workshop that provides a visceral understanding of occupation.

Wendy Kaufmyn grew up in the Jewish community in Detroit, MI. and had a religious conversion to Christianity while doing graduate work at UC Berkeley and felt G-d’s calling to work for social justice. Along with teaching for the past 27 years at City College of San Francisco, Wendy has worked in Palestine with various human rights organizations. She is a co-founder of the Friends of Deir Ibzi’a, a non-profit that works to provide scholarships to university students in Palestine. Greg Beshouri is the son of an Assyrian Catholic Iraqi immigrant. He was deeply affected as a child on family visits to the Middle East where he was exposed to the Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon. Greg and Wendy have been married for 27 years. Planet of the Apes as American Myth (Eric Greene, 3 film screenings & discussions) As the recent movie blockbuster Avatar reminds us, movies can be about much more than popcorn: like fairy tales, myths, they can offer a fictional space to explore, confront or escape difficult issues. In this seminar, civil rights activist Eric Greene follows his book Planet of the Apes as American Myth: Race Politics and Popular Culture to explore how this modern mythology wrestles with contemporary issues, from war to racial conflict and reconciliation.

GREG BESHOURI

This series includes screenings of three films: Planet of the Apes (Wed., 10 a.m.), Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (Thu. 10 a.m.) and Battle for the Planet of the Apes (Fri. 10 a.m.)

Eric Greene is the Southern California Regional Director of the Progressive Jewish Alliance. Eric has also contributed to numerous books on politics and the arts and served as a researcher and consultant on TV shows and as an advisor on racial diversity within the Jewish community. Making Peace with Richard Dawkins (J. B. Stump, 1 session) As one of the “New Atheists,” Richard Dawkins has staked out an adversarial relationship to Christianity — which, as one of the world’s most famous working scientists, makes for a formidable enemy of faith. And yet when Dawkins sticks to his knitting — that is, science — he can be one of the most engaging of writers and teachers, and we have much to learn from him. This seminar engages Dawkins on both levels and finds a way to appreciate his contribution and insight — to take up his challenges and to challenge him in return with mutual respect.

J.B. Stump has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston University and is Professor of Philosophy at Bethel College in Indiana, where he’s taught since 1998. He’s co-author (with Chad Meister) of Christian Thought: A Historical Introduction (Routledge, 2010) and the co-editor (with Alan Padgett) of The Blackwell Companion to Science and Christianity (Blackwell, forthcoming).

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STEPHEN MATHESON

Planet of the Apes (and Neanderthals, Various Australopithecines, etc.) (Stephen Matheson, 3 sessions) There goes the neighborhood. Biological understanding of human nature includes notions of common ancestry with other apes, and offers natural explanation for uniquely human features such as free will. This can cause discomfort and conflict for Christians. This seminar is a hominid block party, and homo sapiens are definitely invited. Come get to know your neighbors.

Stephen Matheson is an associate professor of biology at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He earned his doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Arizona and did research in neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He writes and speaks on topics at the interface between Christian belief and modern biology, such as evolution and genetics. Many of his ideas can be read on his blog, Quintessence of Dust. Understanding New Media: Marshall McLuhan & the Internet (J. Robert Parks, 3 sessions) Facebook. Twitter. Second Life. Such “new media” can hardly seem “new” when the landscape changes week to week. But it seems worth trying to get a sense of the landscape of how digital media is transforming our lives — for good and ill. We’ll rely on the guidance of that godfather of media studies, Marshall McLuhan — the groundbreaking theorist of “hot” and “cold” media (and Catholic believer, who converted after reading G. K. Chesterton). We’ll examine several of McLuhan’s theories and apply them to social networking, websites, blogs, cell phones, texting, etc in hopes of continuing the quest to understand media. J. ROBERT PARKS

J. Robert Parks has led many seminars and film discussions at Cornerstone. He was the long-time film critic for the Hyde Park Herald and Paste Magazine, and has been published widely online. J. Robert teaches at Columbia College in Chicago and enjoys lemon shakeups. Morning Mass The Imaginarium Tent will host a Catholic Mass services each morning at 9 a.m., led by a local priest, with the assistance of Sal Solo. Nightly Films Each night at 9 p.m., the Imaginarium will screen films: The Band’s Visit (Wed.), The Syrian Bride (Thu.), Ajami (Fri.), and Ushpizin (Sat.). See movie descriptions on p. 39.

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY Mass

9 a.m.

Mass

Mass

Mass

10 a.m.

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

11 a.m.

Movie & Discussion Planet of the Apes Eric Greene Planet of the Apes As American Myth

Movie & Discussion Conquest of the Planet of the Apes Eric Greene Planet of the Apes As American Myth

Movie & Discussion Battle for the Planet of the Apes Eric Greene Planet of the Apes As American Myth

2 p.m.

James Stump Richard Dawkins

Stephen Matheson Planet of the Apes (& Neanderthals etc.)

Stephen Matheson Planet of the Apes (& Neanderthals etc.)

3 p.m.

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

Wendy Kaufmyn Understanding The Middle East

4 p.m.

J. Robert Parks Marshall McLuhan & New Media

J. Robert Parks Marshall McLuhan & New Media

J. Robert Parks Marshall McLuhan & New Media

9 p.m.

Flickerings Movie The Bands Visit

Flickerings Movie The Syrian Bride

Flickerings Movie Ajami

1 p.m.

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Stephen Matheson Planet of the Apes (& Neanderthals etc.)

Flickerings Movie Ushpizin

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X3 The Story of One Day’s Wages (Eugene Cho, 3 sessions) One Day’s Wages is a new grassroots movement to fight extreme global poverty. Many of us know the statistics about extreme global poverty in our world. Learn the story of one family that was compelled to make some personal family choices and how they started a grassroots movement and non-profit. The strategy of ODW is to create a collaborative movement via integrating human relationships, social media/technology, and the power of story. Are we the Most Over-rated Generation in History? (Eugene Cho, 3 sessions) We are people with abundant privileges and opportunities. EUGENE CHO In addition, we have access to so much data, info, resources, modes of communication…but end up doing so little. We tweet, blog, talk, preach, retweet, share, etc…and while not saying that the aforementioned things aren’t actions per se, how do we “count the costs” behind our actions? What are our sacrifices?

Eugene Cho and his wife, Minhee, are the founders of One Day’s Wages, an international grassroots movement dedicated to ending extreme global poverty in “our” lifetime. Eugene is also the founder/director of Q Café, an innovative non-profit community cafe & music venue and the founder/lead pastor of the multi-ethnic, multi-generational and urban Quest Church in Seattle. Beloved Community: A Call to Diversity (Leroy Barber, 3 sessions) In this seminar, we will take a look at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s call to be human. What does it look like to follow Jesus and to love all people? Is diversity just a great idea, or can it be lived out? And Justice For All: Justice, Walked Out in Your Everyday Life (Leroy Barber, 3 sessions) This series will take an historic look at various institutions such as housing, prisons, etc, to explore their consequences on people of color and to offer suggestions for response that represents justice in our daily context.

LEROY BARBER

Leroy has dedicated more than 20 years to eradicating poverty, confronting homelessness, restoring local neighborhoods, healing racism, and living what Dr. King called “the beloved community.” He is the President of Mission Year, a national urban initiative introducing 1829 year olds to missional and communal living in cities for one year of their

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lives, as well as pastor of Community Fellowships Church and co-directs FCS Urban Ministries. Song School: Honing the Songwriter’s Craft (Jan Krist, 3 sessions) This workshop is for anyone desiring to become a better songwriter. We’ll participate in some writing exercises, talk about content and form, break out into critique groups to share lyrics and (bring notebooks) and on Day 3, perform our songs (bring instruments).

Jan Krist is a critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter with nine albums to her credit. She’s taught songwriting at conferences and artists’ retreats.  Learn more at jankrist.net. Someone I Love Is Mentally Ill (Deb Strahan & Deelight Murphy, 3 sessions) DEB STRAHAN & DEELIGHT MURPHY Someone you love has just been diagnosed with a mental illness, or maybe there has been no diagnosis but something is wrong. You are not alone. Over the last three years there has been a place at Cornerstone Festival where family members and loved ones of those with mental illness have gathered to share their burdens and gain some hope, encouragement, and a sense of community. Come join us for stories, support, and practical suggestions for finding supportive services. We’ll bring the chocolate and Kleenex.

This gathering is led by Deb Strahan and Deelight Murphy, each of whom have close family members with mental illness. WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10 a.m.

Eugene Cho One Day’s Wages

Eugene Cho One Day’s Wages

Eugene Cho One Day’s Wages

11 a.m.

Leroy Barber Beloved Community

Leroy Barber Beloved Community

Leroy Barber Beloved Community

1 p.m.

Jan Krist Songwriting

Jan Krist Songwriting

Jan Krist Songwriting

2 p.m.

Eugine Cho Over-Rated Generation

Eugine Cho Over-Rated Generation

Eugine Cho Over-Rated Generation

3 p.m.

Leroy Barber Justice For All

Leroy Barber Justice For All

Leroy Barber Justice For All

4 p.m.

Deb Strahan & Dee Murphy Someone I Love Is Mentally Ill

Deb Strahan & Dee Murphy Someone I Love Is Mentally Ill

Deb Strahan & Dee Murphy Someone I Love Is Mentally Ill

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X4

JONATHAN WILSONHARTGROVE

Does God Want You to Be Rich? Tactics from Jesus for a Good Life Now (Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, 3 sessions) Joel Osteen is partly right — God does want to give you your best life now. But the abundant life Jesus invites us into is far better than the American Dream. And it takes a conversion of our imaginations to receive it. This seminar explores Jesus’ tactics for slipping God’s Economy into the broken systems of this world and beginning to enjoy God’s abundance where you are right now. Holy Stability: Monastic Wisdom for Community Living (Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, 3 sessions) Everyone is hungry for community, but hardly anyone stays in one place anymore. What can we learn from Abba Anthony who said, “In whatever place you find yourself, do not easily leave it.” Join Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove as he considers the Benedictine commitments to stability, obedience and an ordered life and what they have to offer us for community life today.

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is associate minister at St. John’s Baptist Church, is an author, community activist, and new monastic based in Durham, NC. He lives with his family in intentional Christian community at the Rutba House and speaks often about Christian community, reconciliation, and monastic wisdom. Wilson-Hartgrove’s books include New Monasticism (Baker), God’s Economy (Zondervan), and The Wisdom of Stability (Paraclete). The Birds, the Bees & the Brachiosaurs (Stephen Matheson, 3 sessions)

STEPHEN MATHESON

This seminar explores the nature and scope of scientific explanation — what science is good at, and what it’s not so good at. We’ll look at examples in cosmology, natural history and genetics in an effort to carve out a proper space for scientific explanation in a landscape that, for Christians, includes Divine Revelation and the sacred history of God’s relations with his many creations.

Stephen Matheson is an associate professor of biology at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He earned his doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Arizona and did research in neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He writes and speaks on topics at the interface between Christian belief and modern biology, such as evolution and genetics. Many of his ideas can be read on his blog, Quintessence of Dust. Science and the Bible: Friends or Foes or Indifferent? (J. B. Stump, 1 session) Sometimes people of faith think it is the goal of scientists to disprove the Bible — as if scientists get together each week in some smoky room to agree on what Biblical doctrine they’ll attack that week! Others are sure that we can find confirmation of scientific theories hidden in the Biblical text. This seminar will investigate, from a philosophy of science perspective, the goal and role of science within a larger context that includes the Christian’s commitment to Biblical revelation. As a case study, we’ll look at the Genesis account of creation in the context of other Ancient Near East creation stories.

J.B. Stump has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston University and is Professor of Philosophy at Bethel College in Indiana, where he’s taught since 1998. He’s co-author (with Chad Meister) of Christian Thought: A Historical Introduction (Routledge, 2010) and the co-editor (with Alan Padgett) of The Blackwell Companion to Science and Christianity (Blackwell, forthcoming). Getting in the Way: Colombian Peace and Justice Stories (Jim Fitz, 2 sessions) Jim Fitz will share about his experiences.

Jim Fitz has done peace keeping work in Columbia for many years and speaks around the country regularly.

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Listening To The Homeless (Sandy Ramsey, 1 session) What do the homeless say to us? What do the homeless want us to know? Why should we listen to them? Stories from the front lines.

SANDY RAMSEY

Sandy Ramsey is the Executive Director of Cornerstone Community Outreach in Chicago, a homeless shelter which houses over 450 people a night. Big C, Little c: the Catholic Church & the Churches (Sal Solo, 3 sessions) A third of the planet is Christian. We believe in one holy, catholic, and apostolic Church... “catholic” means “universal” but “Catholic” means half of all Christians, the largest group of any world religion. How did “Catholic” become a dirty word? How did we get to where we are today? Facing an increasingly anti-Christian environment, we will discuss questions, urban myths and legitimate differences — from views of Scripture, to justification, to liturgy - in order to find common ground.

Sal Solo was lead singer of 80s British Invasion band Classix Nouveaux. At the peak of their career, he made a decision for Christ, and returned to the Catholic faith of his upbringing. In 1999, Sal Solo moved to Chicago, and travels across the USA as keynote speaker at up to 70 youth events a year. He holds an M.A. in music, Masters of Theology and Bachelor of Divinity. SAL SOLO

Learning To Listen (Neil Taylor, 2 sessions) These classes will focus on gaining insight about the challenges of listening, and how to deconstruct the way you listen now, to reconstruct a more effective way of listening to God and others. NEIL TAYLOR

Neil Taylor is a pastor with Jesus People USA, a Christian community in Chicago.

Mission-Business (Tim Bock, 3 sessions) Business as Missions has had a lot of press and interest these days. How about a focus on Business in Missions? This three part seminar will focus on entrepreneurship in the market place, creating engagement of your workers (and you) in your business. Tim Bock has mentored many in different areas of business and loves to brainstorm with his attendees on how to use all aspects of your business life to fund mission and good works in your city. A booklet will be handed out at the seminar focusing on “How To Use Business In Missions”.

Tim Bock is a successful entrepreneur and businessman who has created businesses to fund mission projects and worked as a missions-business consultant around the world.

TIM BOCK

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10 a.m.

Jim Fitz Peacemakers

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Does God Want You Rich?

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Does God Want You Rich?

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Does God Want You Rich?

11 a.m.

James Stump Science & The Bible

Stephen Matheson Birds, Bees & Brachiosaurs

Stephen Matheson Birds, Bees & Brachiosaurs

Stephen Matheson Birds, Bees & Brachiosaurs

1 p.m.

Jim Fitz Peacemakers

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Holy Stability

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Holy Stability

Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Holy Stability

2 p.m.

Sandy Ramsey Gimme Shelter

Neil Taylor Learning To Listen

Neil Taylor Learning To Listen

3 p.m.

Sal Solo Catholics

Sal Solo Catholics

Sal Solo Catholics

4 p.m.

Tim Bock Mission-Business

Tim Bock Mission-Business

Tim Bock Mission-Business

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X5 MARIO BERGNER

Pastoral Care After the Sexual Revolution (Mario Bergner, 3 sessions) Has the church adequately ministered to people affected by the fallout from the sexual revolution? Yes and no. Come to be embraced by God’s transforming love and discover how, over the lifespan, the Presence of Jesus is the means for healing. Learn how anxiety, both relational and biological, can be the seedbed for many sexual struggles. Find the way out of sexual sin and brokenness and the way into sexual healing and wholeness. Pastoral Care in a Gay Affirming Society (Mario Bergner, 3 sessions) How should Christians address the issue of homosexuality in the Public Square? Is there a loving non-judgmental response to homosexuality that does not compromise the Bible worldview and our convictions as Christians? What about all the other sexual issues such as hermaphrodism, crossdressing, transgenderism, transsexuality, pederasty, fetishes, etc.? What is the Good News for everyone who is touched by these issues?

The Rev. Mario Bergner is the founding rector of the Anglican Chapel and also founder of Redeemed Lives Ministries, a missionary outreach organization that equips the church worldwide in the area of pastoral care. He is on the adjunct faculty at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, where he teaches in the Doctor of Ministry program. Understanding Homosexuality and the Reality of Change (Christine Sneeringer, 6 sessions) This series will explore issues surrounding homosexuality and the gay debate, including roots and causes, interpretations of Scripture and science, whether change is possible, and how to talk about these issues in a way that shows humility, sensitivity and compassion.

Christine Sneeringer is the executive director of Worthy Creations in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She is a frequent conference speaker and freelance writer.

CHRISTINE SNEERINGER

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TINA & JOHN HERRIN

Married & Lovin’ It (Tina & John Herrin, 3 sessions) Fall in love and never get up! We’ll discuss steps in building a marriage and love that will last a lifetime. What is love? How can we find guides for true communication? Can we “fight fair”? What are some keys to unlocking a love that lasts? (Married couples only, please; limited to 30 couples.)

Tina & John Herrin have been married for 38 years, with three children and three grandkids. Tina has a M.Div. from North Park Theological Seminary and has counseled and taught on marriage and relationships for three decades. John is the Cornerstone Festival director. Sex, Dating & Love: Connecting the Dots (Wendi Kaiser, 3 sessions) Explore the delicate dance of vulnerability, risk, and hope in finding that “special person” we all desire. Straightforwardly answering the toughest questions, or encouraging her audience to answer the questions for her, Wendi’s approach is rooted in Scripture and personal experience.

Wendi Kaiser shared lead vocals with husband Glenn in Resurrection Band and has lectured on spirituality, relationships and sexuality around the world with candor, compassion and humor. WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10 a.m.

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Revolution

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Revolution

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Revolution

11 a.m.

Christine Sneeringer Understanding Homosexuality

Christine Sneeringer Christine Sneeringer Understanding Homosexuality Understanding Homosexuality

1 p.m.

John & Tina Married & Lovin’ It

John & Tina Married & Lovin’ It

John & Tina Married & Lovin’ It

2 p.m.

Wendi Kaiser Sex, Dating & Love

Wendi Kaiser Sex, Dating & Love

Wendi Kaiser Sex, Dating & Love

3 p.m.

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Society

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Society

Mario Bergner Pastoral Care Society

4 p.m.

Christine Sneeringer WENDI KAISER Understanding Homosexuality

Christine Sneeringer Christine Sneeringer Understanding Homosexuality Understanding Homosexuality

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UNDERGROUND &

URBAN ALTERNATIVE SUB-CULTURES TENT

Punks, homeless youth, artists, travelers, ravers, rainbows, goths, the music scene — the scenes that really birthed post-modernism through their anti-modern, anticorporate, and anti-Christian affinities. Over 100 years of sub-culture experience are represented in the 5 main speakers/hosts (part of the Underground Railroad senior brain trust). Along with a heart to give away experience, insights, and tears, this tent will excel in skin art, facial hair, & dreads.

A Practical Gospel for a Non-Religious World View (3 Things I’m Pretty Sure Of) (10 a.m., Brad Culver) Taking the themes ‘There Is A God’, ‘The Golden Rule’ and ‘Jesus Is Really important’, Brad will explore the development of a postmodern comparative religions/apologetic as a foundation for cross cultural, interfaith,   non religious, relational dialogue. In   simple English, something you’ll be able to consider while chatting with friends, neighbors and acquaintances. culfre68@yahoo.ca  24/7 BoilerRooms - Wholistic Missional Communities (11 a.m., Peter Wohler: Source BR, Mpls) How do we create home and belonging for those who are skeptical, and often want nothing to do with church? If church were a place of authentic family, would it be more attractive to others? The Celtic monastics came along side and won over culture vs. warring against culture to conquer it. Their values included cross roads of culture, passion for Jesus, friends to the poor, hospitality & creativity, naturally supernatural, sharing the Gospel, and church planting. Source BR includes Homeless Youth Outreach, Fallout Urban Art Center & Art CO-OP, Community/Discipleship Homes & trainings since ’95. sourcemn.org Re-Imagining Church (12 p.m., Brad Culver / Peter Wohler: Source BR, Mpls) The institutional traditional church with its structure, programs, and philosophy has proved limited in drawing the current western world. Bring your lunch and join us in exploring what is happening and what will be happening. We will begin with a few thoughts on what are Biblical essentials of a local church, and then there will be open discussion of what people are experimenting with and what we are experiencing in our own communities. culfre68@yahoo.ca, sourcemn.org Surviving Frontlines (1 p.m., Glen Clark) Glen Clark, after leaving Nashville and CCM in the early nineties for greener pastures of the streets, founded Jesus Village and Frontline Missionary. Surviving frontline ministries that the church and society do not understand. How & why we go to the streets, Hardcore Bikers & drug addicts, Rainbows, Wicca, Witches, Native Americans, etc. The poorest, darkest, ugliest & dirtiest, when everybody says you’re crazy. Surviving 20 years of fulltime front-line ministries while raising eight children on the road. glenclark.net A Theology of the Streets: Toward A Theology From the Bottom Up. (2 p.m., Bruce Wright: Refuge, FL) This seminar will explore theology from the perspective of the the poor and the exploited. It will look at movements of the poor in a post-modern, post-colonial time. refugestpete.org

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Evangelism in a Skeptical World (3 p.m., Darrel Vesterfold: Project Awaken / Source BR, Mpls) Do you have anxiety when you hear the “E” word (Evangelism)? Are we able to share the good news of Jesus and not be viewed as irrelevant by the world? Can evangelism be part of a wholistic paradigm vs. a modulated programmed monthly event? The great thing about evangelism is that you are called to be exactly who you were created to be and nothing else.  Does that change things?  We’ll take an honest look at past/current models, what is effective, and practical in sharing the good news. projectawaken.com Freedom in Discipline (Thu., 4 p.m.,Chris Clark) Using the Spiritual Disciplines as a Spontaneous Personality. Christ In Inner-city: Part 1 (Part 1: Fri., 4 p.m., Part 2: Sat., 4 p.m., Al Craig) Developing a Christology for the street. With 25 years as founder and director of Living Rock Ministries, ministering to Inner city youth Al will discuss reaching out to street and gang involved youth, with a message of hope, in the cultural language of youth. Author of Living Rock: Between Me & a Hard Place. Eco-Terrorists (Part 1: Thu., 5 p.m., Part 2: Fri., 5 p.m., Jason Barr) Revolutionary ecology through the eyes of Jesus. Radical environmentalism & the “Green Scare” in dialogue with Christian theology — moving beyond “green” thinking in order to faithfully care for creation in an age of widespread devastation. Surrender For Survival (Sat., 5 p.m., Daniele Clark) Dying to self in a self-centered world. Growing up on the road in full-time ministry and choosing to put aside ambition to pour life into broken lives on the frontlines. We’ll look at purpose and a call to be true in the midst of a false society.

Hangout, share, and hear what is happening across the country Underground Roundtable & Worship/Intercession Look for Times @ Underground & Urban Alternative Sub-Cultures Tent 34 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52 THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

10-11 a.m.

Non-Religious & The Gospel

Non-Religious & The Gospel

Non-Religious & The Gospel

11 a.m.-12 p.m.

24/7 Boiler Rooms: Wholistic Communities

24/7 Boiler Rooms: Wholistic Communities

24/7 Boiler Rooms: Wholistic Communities

12-1 p.m.

Shaping of Things to Come

Shaping of Things to Come

Shaping of Things to Come

2-3 p.m.

A Theology of the Streets

A Theology of the Streets

A Theology of the Streets

3-4 p.m.

Evangelism to Skeptics

Evangelism to Skeptics

Evangelism to Skeptics

4-5 p.m.

Freedom in Discipline

Christ In Inner-City: Part 1

Christ In Inner-City: Part 2

5-6 p.m.

Eco-Terrorist: Part 1

Eco-Terrorist: Part 2

Surrender For Survival

Don’t Just Hear About It @ Cornerstone . . . Come Experience The Real Thing! Underground and Urban Alternative Subcultures Outreach, Training, & Intern Ops See sourcemn.org for 24/7 Transit & Summer Internships

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BREAKAWAY

PRESENTS WAKING UP A DEAD GENERATION 19 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

Breakaway: Cornerstone’s program designed specifically for students 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Thu.-Sat. in The Gallery This year Breakaway is ALIVE! Come each morning to The Gallery to worship God and experience creative, interactive teaching with teenagers from across the United States. The purpose is to infuse passion and an unquenchable fire for God into the lives of students, transforming apathy into a real love for Jesus.

SPEAKERS Phil Joel - Deliberate People Phil Joel (formerly of the Newsboys) is the founder of Deliberate People, a movement encouraging people to deliberately pursue their relationship with God on a daily basis. Phil will challenge and equip students to position themselves to hear from God and communicate with Him in the midst of this noisy world. Adam Dorband - metrosouthchurch.com Adam is the youth pastor at Metro South Church in Trenton, MI. He is passionate about igniting the hearts of young people and preparing them to live fully ALIVE in Christ. Adam will be challenging students with the question, “What ADAM DORBAND does it really mean to be ALIVE in Christ?” So often as teenagers who follow Christ it seems like the world has all the fun. If we are honest, we feel like following Christ is the “boring” life. When you begin to understand and experience what being ALIVE in Christ really means, never again will you envy the world. Living ALIVE in Christ is far deeper, far more sacrificial, and far more fulfilling than you ever imagined! Chris Pasik - metrosouthchurch.com Chris and his wife Tracy lead a successful college/20 somethings ministry at Metro South Church in Trenton, MI. He possesses a unique passion to equip college-age students to genuinely worship the one true God with their lives. Have you ever had a moment in life where you looked to God and asked this question: “Are you serious?” Because let’s just be honest, there are some things in life that hurt, are unfair, and unexplainable, but CHRIS PASIK what if everything happened for a reason? What if you could explain the unexplainable? What if what was happening could wake up a dead generation? Come see how you have been chosen to change your generation.

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THE ALIVE BAND

PHIL JOEL

Worship will be led each morning by The ALIVE Band. This is a little insight into their heart… From one side of the planet to the other, music is the voice of a nation, a people and each generation. It’s the cry of their passion. It speaks of their hope and screams of their despair. It reflects their soul and breathes life to what is deep inside. Yet, most often the music stops when they stop. Their voices stop when they stop because generally they sing of things that will end. They sing of things that will not live beyond them. The ALIVE Band chooses to raise their voices to the ONE that lives forever. They sing, play and dance to give expression to the hope that’s been made ALIVE in them. That hope is Jesus. They want their efforts and talents to make God famous. For them and for the church body they are a part of, worship is not a song but a dying process. More of HIM. Less of us.

YOUTH LEADERS’ OASIS New This Year!

Otto Jensen and his wife, Laura, will be hosting our Youth Leaders’ Oasis. It’s located in the middle of the Reserved Group Camping area. If you have any questions about the festival, need help finding your campsite, or just want a cold soda, stop on by. We will have coffee, cold drinks, programs, and a place to hang out and fellowship with other youth leaders from across the country and around the world! See you there! 3 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

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Lend a hand. Pray against Poverty. What is the Micah 2010 campaign? On 10.10.10 100 million Christians will stand together in prayer and action against extreme poverty and injustice. We will pray for the poor, commit to just living, and advocate to our leaders to remember the poor. Join us: Pray with us on 10.10.10

“Lets get behind Micah Challenge as it’s a way of empowering the church to speak out for what is on God’s heart... to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. I think that’s true worship” - Martin Smith, Delirious?

Make a handprint symbolizing your commitment to live justly Collect handprints at your church or school on or before 10.10.10 Download resources & register your event at micahchallenge.us

Find out more online

“Justice, compassion, solution. The answer is the church and people must be our focus. I would strongly encourage every church, every group and organization to get involved locally with Micah Challenge 2010; together we can make a difference.”

Connect With Us

- Brian Houston, Senior Pastor, Hillsong Church

www.micahchallenge.us info@micahchallenge.us 1.888.789.4660 twitter.com/micahchallenge

Micah Challenge is a global Christian campaign in 40 countries. Micah challenge uSA is comprised of over 30 denominations, churches, and organizations including: World Vision, Compassion International, World Relief, Baptist World Aid, and many more.


BURNING BRUSH BURNING BRUSH WORKSHOPS ARE BACK! After a two year sabbatical, the Burning Brush art workshops have returned with three new hands-on classes to choose from. Each class will run for two hours on three days, June 30, July 1-2. There will be a sign up sheet at the Burning Brush workshop. PLASTER CASTING (Andy Myers) This class involves making a plaster cast of your hand. Come back the next day after the plaster has set and decorate or paint it. Class size: 25. Materials fee: $5.

Andy Myers received his BFA in Sculpture at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. There he refined his craft as a sculptor, learning the fundamentals of clay, wood, stone, and metal. Recently he received his MA and MFA at the University of Dallas where he has narrowed his focus to working with found wood. andymyersart.com GLASS MOSAICS (David and Judy Mason) In this class you will be making a 5” x 7” stained glass mosaic by creating a colored glass design and applying it to clear glass. It is heated and then grouted. Class size: 30. Materials fee: $5.

David Mason received BFA and MA degrees in jewelry and metalwork from Northern Illinois University. He has been creating jewelry since 1965 and working in glass and teaching workshops since the 1970s. Judy Mason has an MFA in ceramics from NIU and has taught art classes since 1968. She was art teacher and department head at Mt. Vernon, IL High School from 1974-2007. She also has an MA in Ancient and Byzantine art history. SPINNING WOOL WITH A DROP SPINDLE (Deb Strahan) Spin away stress while creating beautiful hand spun yarn to enhance your fiber arts, whether you knit, crochet, or weave. The wooden drop spindle and wool fiber are yours to keep after the workshop so you can continue learning. Class size: 10. Materials fee: $5. ART FOR THE JOURNEY: CREATING AND MAINTAINING AN ART GROUP (Deb Strahan) Creative expression can be healing and a springboard for personal growth. Expression in a safe, nurturing group motivates us to keep creating, growing, and to draw closer to others. This workshop is for all those who love to write, play with art materials and crafts, but fear they are not “artists.” There will be many practical suggestions for tapping into your own creativity, gathering a group of other creative people, prompts for exploring as a group, and meeting the needs that arise as you journey together. Class size: Open.

Deb Strahan has many years’ experience leading art groups at hospitals, hospices, homeless shelters, and with senior citizens.

ART PILGRIMAGE 2010 Be sure to take some time to experience our Burning Brush art pilgrimage. The art will be marked with colorful banners. This year’s theme is based on Real & False Selves. “The only true joy on earth is to escape from the prison of our own false self, and enter by love into union with the Life Who dwells and sings within the essence of every creature and in the core of our own souls.” Thomas Merton

PILGRIMAGE ART WALKS WITH NANCY HUGHES Don’t miss this chance to have a personal walk through the Real & False Selves Art Pilgrimage with Nancy Hughes. Nancy currently is working as the Executive Director of St. Louis Poetry center. She has worked in the visual art world, Christian and secular, for over 25 years and has juried art shows. Meet at the Burning Brush Tent. WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9-11 a.m.

Stained Glass Mosaics

Stained Glass Mosaics

Stained Glass Mosaics

10-11 a.m.

Pilgrimage Walk

Pilgrimage Walk

Pilgrimage Walk

12-2 p.m.

Hand Plaster Casting

Hand Plaster Casting

Hand Plaster Casting

1-2 p.m.

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

2-3:45 p.m.

Spinning Wool

Spinning Wool

Art For The Journey

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MOVIES IMAGINARIUM Planet Of The Apes As Racial Allegory Wed., Thu. & Fri., 11 a.m.–2 p.m., X2 (Imaginarium) Eric Greene, author of Planet of the Apes as American Myth: Race, Politics, and Popular Culture, examines the racial politics that makes a necessary context for this science fiction series (begun in the 1960s) in a morning Imaginarium film and discussion series. WEDNESDAY Planet of the Apes Spaceman Taylor shows chimps Cornelius and Zira that humans are people, too. 1968 THURSDAY Conquest of the Planet of the Apes Back in time, Cornelius and Zira’s son Caesar leads enslaved apes to revolution. 1972 FRIDAY Battle for the Planet of the Apes Caesar pleads for co-existence between apes and humans, gorillas disagree. 1973

FLICKERINGS When A Stranger Resides With You In Your Land Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., 9 p.m., X2 (Imaginarium) Israeli cinema, which produces about 20 features a year, has won 200+ prizes at international festivals over the last decade. This series offers films featuring border-tensions between Israelis and Egyptian, Syrian, Palestinian — and Israeli — neighbors. WEDNESDAY The Band’s Visit An Egyptian police band arrives in Israel from Egypt to play a concert to find nobody there to meet them. Stranded at a local diner, they make their own crosscultural event. Eran Kolirin, 2007; 87 min. THURSDAY The Syrian Bride She’s from the Golan Heights, he’s Syrian: they’ve never met. When they do, they’ll marry, and she’ll never be able to go home again. A family and a border crisis. Eran Riklis, 2004; 97 min. FRIDAY Ajami A powerful crime drama set on the streets of Jaffa’s Ajami neighborhood — a melting pot of culture and conflicting views among Jews, Muslims and Christians. Scandar Copti, Yaron Shani, 2009; 120 min. SATURDAY Ushpizin A devout Orthodox couple, Moshe and Mali, celebrate Succoth (Feast of Booths), praying for a miracle and entertaining unexpected guests. Giddi Dar, 2004; 90 min.

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Speaking of Main Stage, there will be a special kick-off concert on Tue. evening with Switchfoot. The next 4 days will bring us mewithoutYou, Red, tobyMac, The Almost, Skillet and more. Please join with everyone on Fri. from 8-9 p.m. for Community Gathering. The evening of worship will feature Parachute Band from New Zealand and Cstone favorite David Crowder Band. We’ll wrap it all up on Sat. night with the best hard music bands out there. Check out the seminars on pp. 22-31. You’ll be amazed and have a hard time deciding which to attend as there are so many interesting and challenging topics. As Christians and part of this global community it is important that we continue to learn. Actually there is so much going on this week I can’t possibly tell you all about it in this short space. But I encourage you to read this program, make yourself a schedule and let God speak into your life this week. Thanks so much for joining us. Let’s enjoy a safe, fun, crazy week together!

John Herrin Cornerstone Festival director (And special thanks to my great staff!)


ARTRAGEOUS Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m-12 p.m. & 1-4 p.m.

“All of them pleased God because of their faith!” Hebrews 11:39 This year join our crew to celebrate the heroes of the Old Testament. Here you can make a sling shot like David to fight our 9-foot Giant Goliath, decorate a beautiful queen’s crown to wear like Queen Esther, and discover what it might have been like for Jonah to live inside the belly of a whale for three days and three nights. We will be offering our usual favorites, too: face painting, clay, bracelet making, button making, and much, much more. 39 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52 Put your faith into action! Be a hero for Jesus! Parents: • Be sure your children wear old clothes that you don’t mind them getting paint on. • No child five and under left unsupervised please. • Please pick up children older than five promptly at the end of each session. • Any art made should be taken daily; all art is discarded after the last session on Sat.

KID’S GAMES Steeplechase Sat. 3 p.m. FREE In the field past Pasteurland Parking. Kids 5 to 12 years old can participate in this event, which is broken down into four age brackets: 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12. The length of the course ranges from one-half mile to one mile, according to age. No registration necessary.

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CREATION STATION Wed., Thu., & Fri. 9-11 a.m. & 1-3 p.m.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today & forever. Hebrews 13:8 This year at Creation Station we will be traveling through time in our Time Machine! Come join the mayhem as the Creation Station team tries to keep everyone in their own present tense... Also joining us this year is the What’s in The Bible? team! What’s in the Bible? is a new DVD series from VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer designed to walk kids and families through the entire Bible. 38 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

Parents: • Children five and under must be accompanied by an adult. • Staff is not responsible for supervising children. • Please be prompt in picking up your children after each session.

Goody Gallop Sat. 12:30 p.m. FREE (Meet at Creation Station tent) An actionpacked run for kids five years old and younger. The children will run through a course with multiple stops and plenty of prizes along the way. No registration necessary. 38 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

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CORNERSTONE GAMES If you’re the athletic type, you don’t want to miss the Cornerstone Games. From skateboarding to team sports to special events for the little ones, the Cornerstone Games have something for everyone. For exact dates and times, see grid. Volleyball Tournaments

Basketball Clinics

All entries receive a T-shirt Medals awarded to 1st-place teams Cost: $7 per person Sign up between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. the day of the tournament you want to play See grid for schedule.

InBounds Ministries brings the Total Player Academy to Cstone! Join us for a Blacktop Bible Club with fundamental instruction in basketball and how it relates to life. Place: Basketball Clinics at hill top court Ages 6-11, Thu. & Fri., 10-11:30 a.m. Ages 12-15, Sat., 10-11:30 a.m. inboundsministries.com CoachT@TotalPlayerAcademy.com

46 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52 7-on-7 Soccer Tournament All entries receive a T-shirt Medals for top 3 teams Cost: $7 per person Preregister Wed. 3-5 p.m. at Soccer Field.

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46 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52 Canoe Races All entries receive a T-shirt Age Brackets: 17 & under, 18 & up Medals for top 3 finishers in each bracket Cost: $7 per person Grand champion race after 17 & under on Friday Preregister at beach 30 min. prior to start.

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

satURDAY

Skatepark 12-10 p.m. (also Mon. & Tue.)

Skatepark 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 5-10 p.m.

Skatepark 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 5-10 p.m.

Skatepark 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 5-10 p.m.

Basketball Clinics & Devotions 10-11:30 a.m.

Basketball Clinics & Devotions 10-11:30 a.m.

Basketball Clinics & Devotions 10-11:30 a.m.

3-on-3 Basketball Ages 9-12* 1-4 p.m. *hill top court Ages 16 & up 2:15-4:30 p.m.

3-on-3 Basketball Ages 13-15* 1-4 p.m. *hill top court Ages 16 & up 2:15-4:30 p.m.

Basketball Open Courts 2:15-4:30 p.m.

Canoe Race Ages 18 & up 12:30 p.m.

Canoe Race Ages 17 & under 12:30 p.m.

Goody Gallop Ages 5 & under 12:30 p.m. Steeplechase Ages 5-12 3 p.m.

Basketball Open Courts 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (also Tue.)

Grand Master Race immediately following Soccer (Pickup games) 1-5 p.m.

7-on-7 Soccer 1-5 p.m.

7-on-7 Soccer 1-5 p.m.

7-on-7 Soccer 1-5 p.m.

6-on-6 Volleyball 1-5 p.m.

4-on-4 Volleyball 1-5 p.m.

Volleyball Open Courts 1-5 p.m.

2-on-2 Volleyball 1-5 p.m.

5-on-5 Dodgeball 12:15-2 p.m.

5-on-5 Dodgeball 12:15-2 p.m.

5-on-5 Dodgeball 12:15-2 p.m.

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Skatepark

All entries receive a T-shirt Age Brackets: 9-12, 13-15, 16 & up Medals for top 3 teams in each bracket Cost: $20 per team Place: Ages 9-12, 13-15: at hill top court Ages 16 & up: Courts by Underground Stage Preregister Wed. 10:30-1:30 p.m. at the InBounds Ministries booth in the Exhibition Tent or before the event at inboundsministries.com. See grid for schedule. CoachT@TotalPlayerAcademy.com

The skatepark will be open all week long during selected hours. Bring your board or rollerblades. Mon.-Sat.

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30 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52 Dodge Ball Get your polyester shorts on and knock out the competition! 12:15-2 p.m., Thu., Fri. & Sat. Cost: FREE Place: Courts by Underground Stage

GAMES FOR KIDS Goody Gallop Sat. 12:30 p.m. FREE (Meet at Creation Station tent) An action-packed run for kids five years old and younger. The children will run through a course with multiple stops and plenty of prizes along the way. No registration necessary. 38 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

Steeplechase Sat. 3 p.m. FREE In the field past Pasteurland Parking. Kids 5 to 12 years old can participate in this event, which is broken down into four age brackets: 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12. The length of the course ranges from one-half mile to one mile, according to age. No registration necessary. 46 ON GROUNDS MAP PG 52

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MUSICIANS INDEX VENUE NAME KEY MS-MAIN STAGE, CC-CHELSEA CAFE, SS-SANCTUARY STAGE, GS-GALLERY STAGE AH-DANCE CLUB, EN-ENCORE, NBS-NEW BAND SHOWCASE, HM-HM MAGAZINE STAGE, JV-JESUS VILLAGE LS-LABEL SHOWCASE, UG-UNDERGROUND STAGE, RSS-RAGING STORM/SANCROSANCT RECORDS STAGE BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

180 Out

JV

Wed.

4 p.m.

Brian Grover

JV

Fri.

5 p.m.

A Hero Remains

RSS

Mon.

9:45 p.m.

Brooke Waggoner

GS

Thu.

4:15 p.m.

A Hero Remains

RSS

Fri.

5:15 p.m.

The Burial

RSS

Mon.

11:15 p.m.

A Hero Remains

LS

Sat.

4 p.m.

The Burial

RSS

Tue.

6 p.m.

A Hill To Die Upon

HM

Thu.

7 p.m.

Burning Yesterday

LS

Wed.

4 p.m.

A Hope For Home

UG

Thu.

6 p.m.

Call To Preserve

UG

Thu.

8:15 p.m.

A Mouthful Of Thunder

CC

Wed.

9:15 p.m.

Campbell The Band

NBS

Fri.

1:50 p.m.

A Plea For Purging

UG

Thu.

9:55 p.m.

The Chariot

EN

Wed.

12 a.m.

Aaron Lee Martin

RSS

Thu.

4:30 p.m.

Charity Cimarron

JV

Tue.

12 a.m.

Abandon

UG

Wed.

4:20 p.m.

Charla Rainey

JV

Tue.

7 p.m.

Abel

LS

Thu.

4 p.m.

Children 18:3

UG

Fri.

9 p.m.

Abel

JV

Sat.

6 p.m.

The Choir

GS

Thu.

11:30 p.m.

The Advocate

LS

Fri.

1:45 p.m.

Chosen

RSS

Wed.

4:30 p.m.

Aesias Finale

AH

Fri.

11:30 p.m.

The Clutter

RSS

Thu.

12 p.m.

Agape

RSS

Fri.

12 p.m.

The Clutter

LS

Fri.

2:30 p.m.

AlexB

AH

Tue.

10 p.m.

The Color Morale

UG

Wed.

9 p.m.

Alive Band

GS

Thu.

10:30 a.m.

Community Gathering

MS

Fri.

8:30 p.m.

Alive Band

GS

Fri.

10:30 a.m.

Cool Hand Luke

JV

Wed.

11 p.m.

Alive Band

GS

Sat.

10:30 a.m.

Creations

RSS

Tue.

1:30 p.m.

Alive Through Love

RSS

Mon.

3:45 p.m.

The Crimson Armada

UG

Wed.

8:15 p.m.

Alive Through Love

RSS

Sat.

2:15 p.m.

The Crossing

CC

Thu.

8 p.m.

All The Day Holiday

MS

Sat.

2:15 p.m.

The Crossing

JV

Fri.

10 p.m.

ALLORNOTHING

EN

Tue.

9 p.m.

Crosswire

NBS

Thu.

1:50 p.m.

The Almost

MS

Thu.

8:30 p.m.

Da MAC (Music About Christ)

NBS

Thu.

4:20 p.m.

Andrew Oliver

JV

Thu.

5 p.m.

Dagon

RSS

Tue.

5:15 p.m.

Aracely & Hilde

JV

Tue.

8 p.m.

Daniele Clark

JV

Tue.

11 p.m.

Aracely & Hilde

CC

Thu.

7 p.m.

Daniele Clark

CC

Sat.

7 p.m.

Armory

RSS

Wed.

6 p.m.

Dave Richards

AH

Thu.

10 p.m.

As They Sleep

EN

Tue.

4 p.m.

David Crowder Band

MS

Fri.

10 p.m.

Aubrey

CC

Tue.

7 p.m.

Day Of Vengence

RSS

Fri.

3 p.m.

Audio Strobelight

RSS

Wed.

7:30 p.m.

Deas Vail

MS

Fri.

3:15 p.m.

Audio Strobelight

RSS

Thu.

6 p.m.

Demon Hunter

MS

Sat.

8:30 p.m.

August Burns Red

MS

Sat.

7 p.m.

Desiring Dead Flesh

RSS

Wed.

2:15 p.m.

Await The Day

LS

Wed.

1 p.m.

Destroy Nate Allen

RSS

Thu.

7:30 p.m.

Becoming The Archetype

HM

Thu.

8 p.m.

Destroy Nate Allen

JV

Fri.

2 p.m.

Before There Was Rosalyn

LS

Thu.

4:45 p.m.

The Devil Wears Prada

MS

Sat.

10 p.m.

Belle Epoque

MS

Sat.

3:15 p.m.

Dignan

GS

Fri.

6 p.m.

Benjamin Clark

NBS

Fri.

4:20 p.m.

Divided By Friday

LS

Thu.

3:15 p.m.

Beth Holtby

GS

Thu.

1 p.m.

DJ Kid Kardia

AH

Fri.

10 p.m.

Bill Tucker

JV

Fri.

3 p.m.

DJ Marcuis

AH

Wed.

11:30 p.m.

Bleach

MS

Thu.

2:15 p.m.

Don’t Wake Aislin

LS

Thu.

2:30 p.m.

Blessed By A Broken Heart

UG

Wed.

9:55 p.m.

Dorian’s Decay

RSS

Sat.

12:25 p.m.

Blissed

LS

Sat.

1:45 p.m.

Eastern Block

GS

Thu.

6 p.m.

Bloodlined Calligraphy

RSS

Mon.

10:30 p.m.

Eden Regained

JV

Wed.

8 p.m.

Bloodlined Calligraphy

RSS

Tue.

7:30 p.m.

Eisley

GS

Fri.

10 p.m.

Bloodlined Calligraphy

HM

Wed.

7 p.m.

Erich Siemens

CC

Tue.

6 p.m.

BoJo Techno

JV

Sat.

12 a.m.

Exegesis

NBS

Sat.

3:30 p.m.

Bradley Hathaway

MS

Wed.

3:15 p.m.

F5 Righteous

JV

Wed.

2 p.m.

Bradley Hathaway

JV

Fri.

7 p.m.

The Farewell Drifters

GS

Thu.

8:35 p.m.

47


BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

FBS

UG

Fri.

7:30 p.m.

Jeff Elbel + Ping

GS

Wed.

4:15 p.m.

Fighting For The Fallen

RSS

Sat.

12 p.m.

Jeff Elbel + Ping

JV

Thu.

6 p.m.

Fitzpatrick

AH

Wed.

10 p.m.

John Reuben

MS

Thu.

3:15 p.m.

Flatfoot 56

EN

Thu.

12 a.m.

Jonathan Jones (of We Shot The Moon)

GS

Fri.

3:10 p.m.

Focal - Irish Worship

JV

Tue.

4 p.m.

Jonni Greth

CC

Fri.

9:15 p.m.

For Today

UG

Thu.

10:50 p.m.

Josh Davenport

CC

Mon.

8 p.m.

Friends Of Giants

JV

Sat.

7 p.m.

The Jox

RSS

Thu.

3:45 p.m.

From The Eyes Of Servants

RSS

Fri.

1:30 p.m.

The Jox

GS

Sat.

2:05 p.m.

Fundamental Elements

JV

Wed.

7 p.m.

Joy Whitlock

JV

Tue.

2 p.m.

Future Of Forestry

GS

Sat.

7:15 p.m.

Joy Williams

CC

Wed.

6 p.m.

Gabriel Kelley

GS

Sat.

3:10 p.m.

Katana Jae

RSS

Thu.

2:15 p.m.

Gasoline Heart

EN

Thu.

11 p.m.

Kate York

GS

Thu.

7:15 p.m.

Glen Clark

JV

Fri.

9 p.m.

Khadag Blue

CC

Wed.

8 p.m.

Glen Clark & The Family

JV

Thu.

11 p.m.

Khadag Blue

JV

Thu.

9 p.m.

Glenn Kaiser

CC

Mon.

10:30 p.m.

The Kicks

UG

Wed.

1 p.m.

Glenn Kaiser Band

GS

Wed.

8:35 p.m.

Lasso The Salt

JV

Thu.

4 p.m.

The Glorious Unseen

MS

Fri.

9 a.m.

The Last Hope

UG

Fri.

10:50 p.m.

The Glorious Unseen

MS

Sat.

12:15 p.m.

Leper

CC

Tue.

10:30 p.m.

Gnashing Of Teeth

RSS

Mon.

6:45 p.m.

Leper

UG

Sat.

9 p.m.

Gnashing Of Teeth

RSS

Tue.

3 p.m.

The Letter Black

EN

Tue.

7 p.m.

Gnashing Of Teeth

LS

Sat.

2:30 p.m.

Listener

JV

Wed.

6 p.m.

Goodbye To Sunny Skies

RSS

Mon.

1:30 p.m.

Listener

RSS

Thu.

6:45 p.m.

Goodbye To Sunny Skies

RSS

Thu.

12:25 p.m.

Listener

UG

Sat.

5:10 p.m.

Grave Robber

UG

Sat.

10:50 p.m.

Living Sacrifice

EN

Fri.

10:45 p.m.

The Great Commission

UG

Wed.

6:45 p.m.

The Lost Dogs

GS

Wed.

10 p.m.

The Guillotine

RSS

Mon.

4:30 p.m.

Love Begotten

RSS

Mon.

3 p.m.

The Guillotine

RSS

Sat.

4:30 p.m.

Love Begotten

RSS

Tue.

12 p.m.

Gwen Stacy

HM

Fri.

9:45 p.m.

Love Begotten

RSS

Sat.

1:30 p.m.

Hail The Blessed Hour

RSS

Mon.

8:15 p.m.

Luminate

MS

Wed.

1:15 p.m.

Hail The Blessed Hour

RSS

Fri.

3:45 p.m.

Main Line Riders

RSS

Wed.

8:15 p.m.

Hand Drawn Mountains

GS

Sat.

1 p.m.

Man Made Hell

UG

Fri.

5:10 p.m.

Hands

UG

Thu.

7:30 p.m.

Manafest

MS

Thu.

1:15 p.m.

Haste The Day

EN

Fri.

12 a.m.

Mankind

UG

Sat.

8:15 p.m.

Hodges

CC

Mon.

7 p.m.

Marco & Sarah Castro

RSS

Thu.

3 p.m.

The Hollands

CC

Wed.

6 p.m.

Maron

JV

Tue.

9 p.m.

The Hotshot Freight Train

JV

Sat.

10 p.m.

MashetiMoses

MS

Thu.

12:15 p.m.

House Of Heroes

MS

Sat.

1:15 p.m.

MashetiMoses

MS

Thu.

9 a.m.

Hundredth

UG

Wed.

6 p.m.

Mason Summers

JV

Wed.

5 p.m.

Husk Vs. Horn

JV

Thu.

3 p.m.

Mason Summers

RSS

Wed.

3:45 p.m.

Hyland

UG

Wed.

1:50 p.m.

Massive Scar Era

UG

Sat.

6:45 p.m.

Hyland

LS

Fri.

1 p.m.

Max Simmons

CC

Thu.

9:15 p.m.

I Am Terrified

EN

Tue.

5 p.m.

Max Simmons

GS

Fri.

1 p.m.

I The Breather

UG

Wed.

7:30 p.m.

The Meek Estate

RSS

Wed.

12:25 p.m.

I’m Not A Pilot

CC

Thu.

10:30 p.m.

Men & Angels

JV

Fri.

11 p.m.

Identity Crises Incorporated

CC

Sat.

9:15 p.m.

Men & Angels

CC

Sat.

8 p.m.

Ilia

UG

Wed.

2:40 p.m.

Men As Trees Walking

JV

Sat.

9 p.m.

Illalogical Spoon

JV

Thu.

12 a.m.

Men As Trees Walking

UG

Sat.

6 p.m.

Illalogical Spoon

CC

Fri.

10:30 p.m.

mewithoutYou

MS

Wed.

7 p.m.

Impending Doom

UG

Thu.

12 a.m.

Michael Roe

GS

Wed.

1 p.m.

In The Midst Of Lions

RSS

Tue.

8:15 p.m.

Michael Roe & Derri Daugherty

GS

Wed.

3:10 p.m.

In The Midst Of Lions

UG

Thu.

9 p.m.

Mike’s Pawn Shop

CC

Sat.

10:30 p.m.

INDNSMMR

LS

Wed.

3:15 p.m.

Milosny

RSS

Tue

3:45 p.m.

Iona

GS

Wed.

11:30 p.m.

Milosny

RSS

Sat.

5:15 p.m.

Ivoryline

GS

Sat.

8:35 p.m.

My Epic

UG

Thu.

5:10 p.m.

J Scannell

RSS

Thu.

5:15 p.m.

Mychildren Mybride

HM

Fri.

7 p.m.

Jan Krist

GS

Thu.

3:10 p.m.

News From Verona

LS

Thu.

1 p.m.

The Javelin Dance

LS

Fri.

4:45 p.m.

Nineball

RSS

Wed.

6:45 p.m.


BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

BAND

VENUE

DAY

TIME

Nitengale

CC

Tue.

9:15 p.m.

The Skies Revolt

LS

Fri.

5:30 p.m.

Nitengale

JV

Wed.

9 p.m.

Skillet

MS

Thu.

10 p.m.

O’ Brother

GS

Sat.

6 p.m.

Skyhawk Drive

NBS

Thu.

3:30 p.m.

Onward To Olympas

RSS

Tue.

6:45 p.m.

Sleep For Sleepers

EN

Tue.

6 p.m.

Onward To Olympas

HM

Wed.

9 p.m.

Sleeping Giant

UG

Wed.

10:50 p.m.

Our Corpse Destroyed

UG

Sat.

9:55 p.m.

Soulmobile Eternal

JV

Thu.

8 p.m.

Over The Rhine (acoustic)

GS

Fri.

4:15 p.m.

Standing Small

CC

Tue

8 p.m.

Over The Rhine

GS

Fri.

11:30 p.m.

Standing Small

JV

Sat.

11 p.m.

Overcome

HM

Thu.

10 p.m.

Steve Eads

RSS

Wed.

12 p.m.

The Overseer

LS

Thu.

5:30 p.m.

Still Pioneers

LS

Fri.

4 p.m.

Paper Route

GS

Fri.

7:15 p.m.

Strength Within

RSS

Mon.

6 p.m.

Parachute Band

MS

Fri.

7 p.m.

Strength Within

RSS

Tue.

12:25 p.m.

Parachute Band

MS

Sat.

9 a.m.

Strengthen What Remains

JV

Sat.

5 p.m.

Peter, Paul & Josh

JV

Thu.

2 p.m.

Stryke

AH

Thu.

11:30 p.m.

Phil Joel

MS

Thu.

7 p.m.

Switchfoot

MS

Tue.

8 p.m.

Photoside Cafe

CC

Wed.

10:30 p.m.

Taller Than Trees

LS

Fri.

3:15 p.m.

Photoside Cafe

JV

Thu.

10 p.m.

Terry Taylor

GS

Wed.

2:05 p.m.

Photoside Cafe

MS

Fri.

12:15 p.m.

Texas In July

HM

Wed.

8 p.m.

The PJ Summers Band

GS

Sat.

4:15 p.m.

This Fires Embrace

NBS

Sat.

1 p.m.

Queens Club

UG

Wed.

3:30 p.m.

Timbre

JV

Tue.

10 p.m.

Quiet Science

JV

Wed.

10 p.m.

Timbre

GS

Fri.

2:05 p.m.

Radical Classical

JV

Tue

3 p.m.

To Kill A Monster

LS

Thu.

1:45 p.m.

Random Hero

LS

Wed.

2:30 p.m.

To Speak Of Wolves

EN

Tue.

10 p.m.

Reapers Are The Angels

RSS

Mon.

7:30 p.m.

tobyMac

MS

Wed.

10 p.m.

Reapers Are The Angels

RSS

Tue.

4:30 p.m.

Tommy Ogle

JV

Fri.

6 p.m.

Reapers Are The Angels

LS

Sat.

3:15 p.m.

Tonight Tonight

LS

Sat.

1 p.m.

Red

MS

Wed.

8:30 p.m.

Travis Vaad

JV

Fri.

4 p.m.

Red Hill City

NBS

Fri.

3:30 p.m.

Tremble Oh Earth

JV

Sat.

3 p.m.

Reilly

MS

Wed.

2:15 p.m.

The Tribe

JV

Fri.

12 a.m.

Renae

RSS

Fri.

12:25 p.m.

The Tug Fork River Band

RSS

Mon.

2:15 p.m.

The Rendition

RSS

Wed.

1:30 p.m.

The Tug Fork River Band

LS

Wed.

4:45 p.m.

Rhona Kelley

JV

Tue.

5 p.m.

The Unfortunate

CC

Mon.

9:15 p.m.

Rhona Kelley

GS

Thu.

2:05 p.m.

The Unfortunate

GS

Wed.

6 p.m.

Rise Into Ruin

UG

Fri.

9:55 p.m.

Upon This Rock

NBS

Thu.

2:40 p.m.

The Riverside Worship Project

MS

Wed.

12:15 p.m.

The Verity

JV

Wed.

3 p.m.

Rodent Emporium

RSS

Wed.

3 p.m.

War of Ages

HM

Wed.

10 p.m.

Rodent Emporium

RSS

Thu.

8:15 p.m.

The Wayside & Friends

GS

Thu.

10 p.m.

Rodent Emporium

UG

Fri.

6:45 p.m.

The Wayside

JV

Tue.

6 p.m.

The Rose Hill

RSS

Mon.

9 p.m.

The Wayside

JV

Sat.

8 p.m.

The Rose Hill

RSS

Fri.

4:30 p.m.

The Wednesdays

UG

Sat.

7:30 p.m.

The Sacred Eternal

NBS

Sat.

2:40 p.m.

What Is Truth

LS

Sat.

4:45 p.m.

Sacred Warrior

HM

Thu.

9 p.m.

When The Clock Strikes

RSS

Thu.

1:30 p.m.

The Satire

HM

Fri.

9 p.m.

When The Clock Strikes

RSS

Sat.

3 p.m.

Scars Of Eden

NBS

Sat.

4:20 p.m.

White Collar Sideshow

JV

Wed.

12 a.m.

The Scoffer

CC

Mon.

6 p.m.

White Collar Sideshow

UG

Fri.

12 a.m.

Seabird

GS

Sat.

10 p.m.

The Wiitala Brothers

EN

Wed.

11 p.m.

Sekajipo / Refuge Beat Poets Collective

JV

Sat.

2 p.m.

With Increase

JV

Sat.

4 p.m.

Send Out Scuds

LS

Wed.

1:45 p.m.

Wolves At The Gate

NBS

Sat.

1:50 p.m.

Send Out Scuds

JV

Thu.

7 p.m.

Fatcalf Worship Team

MS

Wed.

9 a.m.

Senseless Beauty

LS

Wed.

5:30 p.m.

The Wrecking

MS

Fri.

1:15 p.m.

Sent By Ravens

MS

Fri.

2:15 p.m.

Wrench In The Works

UG

Thu.

6:45 p.m.

Seth Martin And The Menders!

CC

Fri.

7 p.m.

Write This Down

EN

Tue.

8 p.m.

Sexually Frustrated

UG

Fri.

6 p.m.

Write This Down

LS

Sat.

5:30 p.m.

Shel

GS

Wed.

7:15 p.m.

Your Chance To Die

RSS

Mon.

5:15 p.m.

Sheltershed

AH

Tue.

11:30 p.m.

Your Chance To Die

RSS

Tue.

2:15 p.m.

The Showdown

EN

Tue.

11 p.m.

Your Chance To Die

RSS

Fri.

2:15 p.m.

The Skies Revolt

RSS

Wed.

5:15 p.m.


GENERAL INFO HOW CAN I GET THERE? Driving directions are available under INFORMATION at cornerstonefestival.com. The closest commercial airport is in Peoria IL about 50 miles from the grounds. Amtrak trains provide service to Macomb IL about 20 miles from the grounds. Greyhound stops in Galesburg IL about 32 miles from the grounds. If you come by plane, train, or bus, you must arrange your own transportation from the station to the festival site; check out the ride board under INFORMATION at our web site.

WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE? The first 1500 advance ticket holders, whose tickets are NOT marked Front Gate, will be able to enter the campgrounds through the Back Gate (see Road Map on p. 62 for directions) starting at 9 a.m. on Monday June 28. The Back Gate will close at noon and only be used for exiting and reentry for the rest of the week (daily from 8 a.m. to midnight). Starting at 12 p.m. on Monday June 28 the Front Gate will open and all further ticket activity will be handled through this gate, which will stay open 24 hours a day, for the rest of the week. The Side Gate will be open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and is for exiting and re-entry only. Access to the campground will not be given before these times unless you are serving as part of our setup crew.

WHEN I GET THERE, WHAT IS THE FIRST THING THAT HAPPENS? You’ll be given a wristband in exchange for your ticket and filled-out registration card. You must wear your wristband on your wrist throughout the entire festival. For those youth groups that have reserved camping, please check in with registration personnel at the Front and Back Gates (Monday morning only for Back Gate) for information on your campsite.

CAN I CAMP AT CORNERSTONE FESTIVAL? Yes. Cornerstone Festival does not charge extra for camping. Regular campsites are available on a firstcome-first-serve basis. Please note certain areas marked on the Grounds Map (p. 52). Reserved Youth Group Camping is for youth groups that have reserved a campsite in advance.

GENERATOR STAGES Generator stages must be set up in one of the premarked generator stage spots. A permit (available at the festival office) is required for generator stages which must be over by 11 p.m. on Mon. & Tue., and 8 p.m. Wed.-Sat. A general sound curfew of 6 p.m. applies to all other camping areas.

WHAT ARE THE BATHROOM AND SHOWER FACILITIES LIKE? There are two large shower houses providing hot showers from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. In addition, there is a smaller shower house for the handicapped only (located near Reserved Youth Group Camping). There are a limited number of sinks at each shower house. Portable toilets are conveniently located throughout the grounds and are serviced twice daily.

CAN I BRING MY RV? You are welcome to bring your RV, and you may park it anywhere you wish if you don’t require an RV hookup. RV sites with hookups are by reservation only (773.989.2087). An independent sewage pumping company located by the skatepark will pump your RV for a small fee.

CAN I DRINK THE WATER? Yes, and there are water spigots scattered throughout the grounds. If well water doesn’t suit your taste, two water refill stations with good-tasting city water are available by the showers. Feel free to bring your own bottled water or purchase it at the on-site store.

WILL CORNERSTONE FESTIVAL FEED ME? No, but you can bring as much food and drink as you want. Food is available on the grounds for purchase at reasonable prices from vendors and a convenience store which stocks basic groceries.

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CAN I COOK OVER AN OPEN FIRE? No. Open fires are not allowed. All fires must be contained. Bring a campstove or grill.

CAN I FISH AT THE LAKE? Absolutely, but all bass fishing is strictly catch-and-release.

CAN I SWIM OR BOAT? • Beach hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. No one will be allowed on the beach except during these hours. • Swimming is only allowed within the designated swimming area. Other sections of the lake have potentially dangerous items on the bottom (sharp rocks, deep mud, etc.) that could cause serious injury. • Swim at your own risk. • All children must be accompanied by an adult. • Please wear a MODEST swimsuit. • Swimming across the lake is strictly prohibited. • You may use your own canoe (no motors allowed), but you must take along one floating device (i.e., life vest, cushion) for each person. • These guidelines will be strictly enforced. Disobeying these guidelines could lead to you being asked to leave the grounds.

CAN I DRIVE MY VEHICLE TO THE SHOWS AND SEMINARS? No. Please be prepared to walk. Only golf carts and bicycles are permitted to drive about the grounds. All vehicles must be parked on the grass at least 3 feet away from the edge of the roads. Once your campsite is set up, we ask you to either not drive until you pack up and leave, or else park your car in one of the designated day lots. This restriction includes all ATVs and motorcycles. Vehicle passes for the handicapped are available from registration.

SO I CAN DRIVE A GOLF CART ON THE GROUNDS? Yes, but regardless of whether you have rented a golf cart or brought your own, all drivers of golf carts must be at least 21 years old (staff and medical exceptions will apply). You will be required to follow the golf cart regulations (see website for the regulations and cart rental information) and obtain a driving permit from the TNT golf cart rental area at the grounds. Any unsafe or reckless driving behavior will result in a revoked permit and an impounded cart for the duration of the festival.

WHAT ELSE SHOULD I BRING? A tent, sleeping bag, Bible, pen and notebook, spending money, lantern or flashlight, water containers, campstove or grill (if cooking out), cooking utensils, dishpan or basin, table, cooler, canopy, umbrella, sweater or jacket, lawn chairs, campstool or blanket for concert seating and campsite, earplugs, modest swimsuit, towel, rain gear, sunblock, insect repellent, walking shoes, boots or sandals for rain, strollers or wagons for children.

CAN I BRING MY PET? No. Pets are not allowed on the grounds. The festival office can give you a list of local kennels.

CAN I BRING FIREWORKS? NO FIREWORKS OR LARGE BONFIRES PERMITTED on the grounds. This policy will be strictly enforced.

WHAT ABOUT ALCOHOL AND DRUGS? This is an alcohol-and-drug-free event. Absolutely no alcohol or illegal drugs will be allowed on the grounds. Anyone found to be in possession of these will be removed from the grounds and/or turned over to the police.

CAN I BRING STUFF TO SELL TO OTHER CAMPERS? No. In all fairness and courtesy to the artists, exhibitors, and vendors who are at the festival at considerable expense to themselves, we ask you not to sell merchandise or buy from those selling informally, and that you’d please notify security when you see this taking place.

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RECYCLING Enjoy the fest and help keep down the mess and contribution to the local landfill by recycling at Cornerstone 2010. What: EMPTY #1 and #2 plastic containers, aluminum and tin cans, unbroken glass containers, and cardboard How: COLLECT recyclables in clear plastic bags — solid-colored bags will go into the trash Where: DROP-OFFS (Several spots located in convenient areas) Be a Cornerstone Waste Watcher a. Minimize trash — bring reusable dishes and tableware; recycle what you cannot reuse b. Keep your campsite clean — loose trash may blow into others’ campsites or the lake c. Refill drinking water containers at the water refill station by the showers d. We discourage bathing in the lake; but if you must, use phosphate-free soap and shampoo e. Pick up litter as you travel the fest grounds — trash cans are never far away

• When packing to go home, make sure that you clean your campsite: recycle and put trash in trash cans!

VOLUNTEERS We would like to give a big thank you to all of our hard working volunteers! Cornerstone wouldn’t be possible without the commitment of the people who roll up their sleeves and help out! If you would like to be part of our volunteer team next year, please see cornerstonefestival.com/volunteers

JOAN DAVIS

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