Cornerstone Farms has never been just a business. It’s a calling.
David and Cortland (and their five kiddos) have spent the last two decades looking for opportunities to serve something greater than themselves. That calling actually brought them together in Eastern Siberia, Russia in the early 90’s when Russia’s collapse created opportunities to serve its young people. After some in between time in corporate America, that calling carried them back overseas to serve refugees and victims of war in the Middle East in 1999.
Then in 2005 that calling to make a tangible impact for good moved them to launch Cornerstone Farms. They saw something here they have made it a habit to look for; the chance to touch and change lives. The farm was a place where charitable works could flourish coupled with the opportunity to meet real needs in their community.
Cornerstone is a family run business. But since it’s inception, it’s not only been home to the Hendrick clan, but two other meaningful works – a 501(c)(3) non-profit recreational riding program called Bridge the Divide and a Sunday gathering for people who want to know more about Jesus but may not feel comfortable exploring their spirituality in a more traditional setting – The Crossing at Cornerstone
Cornerstone is a one-of-a-kind place. We hope you’ll take time to come visit us!