A History of the Cornerstone Communities in Australia

Cornerstone Communities began in the 1970s as an experiment in rural discipleship and mission. A small group of young zealous Christians headed out to the remote Australian country town of Bourke, living and working on a cotton farm. So began decades of unique discipleship and mission in rural and regional Australia. While many young adults move to the City, Cornerstone inspired many young adults to move to small country towns to be disciples of Jesus.

Elvira McIntosh has written the first history of the movement and shares the many real-life stories of the people who want to make their natural life spiritual, and their spiritual life natural.

You can purchase Elvira’s book online from The Wandering Bookseller.


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