“What Great Mystery” is available now!

What Great Mystery


The follow up to the acclaimed “Psalm Songs, Volume 1” explores the mystery of a holy God’s grace upon sinners and delves more into congregational worship.  With two original worship songs, two retuned hymns and a fresh version of the Doxology, there is plenty of variety on this new project. You can visit our store to order “What Great Mystery.”

Track Listing:
1. What Great Mystery
2. O God, Be Merciful to Me
3. Unworthy
4. Thy Works, Not Mine, O Christ
5. Doxology

The Corner Room is a ministry of Cahaba Park Church in Birmingham, AL.




The Road Less Traveled

“Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few.”  Matthew 7:13-14

Reflection on this verse poses some difficult questions for the Christian, namely, “am I walking the path that leads to the narrow gate?  In my life, what is indicative of walking the road less traveled?”  Continue reading →


From Where Does My Help Come?

Where do we turn when the chaos of life seems unbearable? Observing my 18-month-old reveals a great deal about my own heart when trying to answer this question. When she is hurt, sick, uncomfortable or hungry, she doesn’t look to herself or any other physical thing for remedy or comfort. She immediately cries out for her mother or me to find peace that is otherwise lost. Do I have child-like faith that abandons hope in things and even people and runs straight to Jesus? Psalm 121 delivers this reminder:

“My help comes from the LORD, who made heaven and earth. He will not let your foot be moved; he who keeps you will not slumber…The LORD will keep you from all evil; he will keep your life.” (vs. 2, 3, 7)

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Be Still

I can still hear my parents recalling my childhood hyperactivity and relentless pursuit of attention.  Through their stories, it is clear to me that during my younger years, my “OFF” switch was broken and that I remained “ON” unless I was sleeping.  My memory of these things fails me, but now that I have a toddler of my own, I have to say I believe them.  My daughter is constantly moving – taking in the sights and sounds around her, taking hold of literally everything she can reach (whether she is supposed to have it or not), dancing in circles around our kitchen island.  She never stops.  When I look at my life as an adult, I realize that it’s pace is similar to that of a toddler.

My life is filled with work and family responsibilities that occupy most of my time.  Where is there time for Jesus?

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