Peter O'Neill

    Peter joined the CBC pastoral staff in March, 2014. Graduating from Talbot Seminary in 2011 with his Master of Divinity (MDiv), he moved from California to join our thriving and Biblically-based church. He is passionate about preaching, teaching, and evangelism. Peter oversees the staff, preaches, teaches and continues the passion of making disciples of Jesus Christ at Cornerstone.  

    One fun fact about Peter is that he used to be a Chemist for 12 years before entering full-time ministry. He has an Undergraduate Degree in Chemistry and a Minor in Biology. As such, he loves Apologetics and using the literal truth of the Bible and science to understand how God made the world.  Two more fun facts about Peter is that he also enjoys scuba diving and playing Airsoft.

    Peter lives in Lilburn with his wife, Cami. They have two children: Logan and Chase.


    Rob kocher

    Rob joined the CBC pastoral staff in June 2018.  Graduating from Cedarville University in 2000 with a BA in Biblical Education, Rob has had a wide array of experience in both professional and ministry environments.  Prior to joining CBC, he served nine years as an administrative missionary in the international missions organization called AFCI (Ambassadors for Christ International).

    Rob is passionate about helping others become all God has made them to be in the Body of Christ.

    Rob lives in Lilburn with his wife Tammy.  They have two children: Robby and Charisa.

  • Youth Pastor

    Ben Redford

    Ben joined the CBC pastoral staff in July, 2020. After graduating from Parkview High School in 2011, he went on to earn a BS in Exercise Science from Georgia College and State University, where he was involved in various ministries such as Campus Outreach and YoungLife. Ben later moved to North Carolina to pursue an MA in Christian Ministry from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Since moving back home to Atlanta in 2018, he has continued his education online. Prior to joining the CBC staff, Ben worked in church communications and various youth-centric parachurch organizations.

    Ben’s primary ministry is to the middle and high school students of CBC. He is passionate about finding creative ways to reach the surrounding community with the Good News of Jesus! He enjoys spending time with his family, playing and watching sports of any kind, and creating photo and video projects with friends.

    Ben and his wife Rachel live in Lilburn with their dog Honey.

  • Children's Ministry Director

    Debra Sanders

    Debra joined the CBC staff in 2016. She is passionate about teaching God's word to our children from their head to their heart to their feet. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economic Education from the University of Georgia.  She taught Home Ec. & English in the public schools and homeschooled her children for 15 years.

    Debra oversees cbcKidz (Children's Ministry) and VBS at CBC. Most of the week you will find Debra preparing for the Sunday School classes or dreaming about making our cbcKidz even better.

    Debra lives in Stone Mountain with her husband, Leavitt. They have five grown children and eleven grandchildren.

  • Pastoral Assistant


    Jill has been attending CBC since 1983. After finishing college, Jill was a 6th grade teacher in Gwinnett County for ten years. In 2006, she joined the church staff in an administrative role focusing on shepherding duties. Shortly thereafter, she began serving in the role of the church bookkeeper. More recently, she has moved into a new role as pastoral assistant which encompasses many tasks including administrative, shepherding, building, and pastoral assistance. Jill comes from a large family and enjoys spending time together whenever possible.

  • BookKeeper

    angie Durham

    Angie joined the staff in 2018.  With previous bookkeeping experience, her primary responsibilities are in the financial/bookkeeping aspects of the church.

    Angie has been active in local church service for the past 24 years, singing with the choir and worship team, and teaching Sunday school. She is currently a member of the Lessons and Carols choir, and is involved in small groups here at CBC.  

    Angie grew up in the Lilburn area, but now resides in Snellville with her husband Doug.  She has two adult daughters, Abbie and Maggie. Her first grandchild, Emmie, arrived shortly after the new year in 2019!