CORNERSTONE PRODUCTIONS
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Our Mission

To bear witness of the joy, truth and hope that is available to all through the redeeming power of Jesus Christ.

 

Hope, Encouragement & Understanding

Founded in 2013, Cornerstone Productions is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation devoted to inviting all people “To Come Unto Christ.”

Through musical performances, speaking engagements and other community forums, we strive to produce family-friendly events that teach, uplift, edify & inspire.

Above all else, we wish to share with our friends and bear witness of the joy, truth and hope that is available to all through the redeeming power of Jesus Christ. We do so with an attitude of Hope, Encouragement and Understanding.

 
 

Cornerstone Productions Board of Directors

 
 
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Jim Miller : President

Now retired, Jim owned and operated James Miller and Associates, a commercial real estate development company for over forty years. He has been responsible for the development of over one million square feet of commercial projects. As a result, he has been blessed with the opportunity to co-found Cornerstone Productions.  

Jim is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Public Relations.  He and his wife Carol are the parents of six children all of whom are boys except five and they have twelve grandchildren. Active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has served a full-time mission for the Church and has held many positions in the Church including High Councilor and Bishop. He currently serves as an ordinance worker in the Denver LDS Temple.

Jim has been active in the Boy Scouts of America for 50 years. Having earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a youth, Jim was awarded the Silver Beaver Award, the Denver Area Council’s highest award given to an adult for his service to Scouting. His interests have been hunting, fishing, golfing and playing the guitar. Having traveled many places throughout the world his favorite place is still Lake Powell with his family.

 

 
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Paul Archer : Executive Vice President

Paul and Carol Archer are the parents of five children, all married, and are enjoying being grandparents to 16 beautiful children. They are active members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Paul’s prior church service includes bishop, young men/scout leader, ward mission leader, high councilor, and bishopric counselor.  

Professionally, he is the owner of Automated Business Products, a Colorado based small business specializing in the sale and service of digital copiers, MFP’s, printing systems, print management solutions and document management solutions.  

Other community involvement includes executive board member of the Coalition to Simplify Colorado Sales Tax. He was recently appointed by Colorado’s governor to serve as a member of a legislatively created task force to identify ways to simplify Colorado’s sales tax system. Paul is also a former Chairman of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce’s Health Care Policy Task Force.

 

 
 

John Tice : Board Member

Currently working in the Real Estate lending industry as a Mortgage Loan Originator, John spent 14 years helping small businesses as the owner of a graphic design company that focused on branding and marketing.

Actively involved as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he has served in various leadership positions in scouting, youth mentoring and congregational administration.

One of the “few” remaining Colorado natives, John enjoys grabbing lunch with friends, all things creative, home improvement projects, summertime in his ‘98 Jeep Wrangler, rock music (if it’s too loud, you’re too old), playing guitar in his Classic Rock cover band “CombOver”, and spending time with his family.

New to the empty nesters club, he and his wife Rebecca are the parents of three awesome children (Nick, Megan & Maddy). And though not quite ready yet, we look forward to being grandparents when the time is right ;-)

 

 
 
 

Susan D. Bills : Board Member

Susan Bills has lived in southeast Denver since their family’s move from Salt Lake City in 1979.  For 32 of their Colorado years she was the co-owner of Grandmother’s House Boutique, a home-based business providing seasonal gift market events throughout the Denver area.    

Majoring in education, Susan attended the University of Utah where she was a member of the Spurs organization.  She is an active supporter of the Lupus Foundation of Colorado. 

She and her husband Bob have two sons who live in Colorado and two daughters who reside in Utah.   Her greatest joy is spending time with their 13 grandchildren hosting sleepovers and doing a Fairy Camp and Cowboy Camp each summer with them. 

Susan has served in each of the auxiliaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  She especially enjoyed the calling of Matron of the Denver Temple where she served with her husband, Robert K. Bills, who was the Denver Temple President from 2012-2015. She currently serves in the Primary and is a Denver Temple ordinance worker.  

Susan loves gardening, sewing, knitting, reading and playing the piano and throwing in a game of tennis when she can!

 

 
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Shirley Carlson : Board Member

Shirley was born and raised in Colorado.  She attended and graduated from CU with a degree in Elementary education, she went on to teach school in Cherry Hills and also Adams County. She married Lee S. Carlson in 1951 and moved from the city to a farm, where they raised cows and kids.  After ten years of hard work, they sold the cows and kept the kids when and started Carlson Associates.  They raised 5 sons and 2 daughters, she is now the grandmother of 33 grandchildren and 55 great grandchildren.  

Shirley loves to serve!  She worked for LDS Social Services for more than 30 years.  She served in the LDS Denver Temple as the Matron for 3 years.  She has always loved working with the youth and watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren participate in all kinds of sports, music and drama.  She is lovingly referred to by many as Grandma Shirley.


 
 
 

Taylor Dix : Board Member