Downtown Cornerstone Media
Jul 23
2017

My Help Comes From the Lord

Media, Psalms: Songs of Ascent, Sermons | by Jevon Washington

Psalms: Songs of Ascent

Today we get the great privilege diving into Psalm 121 which is a Psalm of Assurance. We find ourselves as pilgrims on a journey in a broken world filled with broken promises, but in this broken world we have hope in the Lord who is our forever and eternal help.

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Jul 16
2017

Bondservants, Trials, and Forgiveness

Media, Philemon, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Philemon

Today we wrap-up our short, two-week series through Paul’s letter to Philemon. This letter, Paul’s shortest, is a gospel goldmine. But, what is most striking about it is how ordinary and down-to-earth it is. It sounds a lot like normal life—and that’s the point. This simple letter helps us see that the implications of the reality of Jesus, in our every day lives, are profoundly far-reaching.

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Jul 9
2017

The Gospel Changes Everything

Media, Philemon, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Philemon

Today we begin a short, two-week series through Paul’s letter to Philemon. This letter, Paul’s shortest, is a gospel goldmine. But, what is most striking about it is how ordinary and down-to-earth it is. It sounds a lot like normal life—and that’s the point. This simple letter helps us see that the implications of the reality of Jesus, in our every day lives, are profoundly far-reaching.

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Jul 2
2017

Yahweh’s Forever Kingdom

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

Today we complete our overview series through the Major Prophets with the book of Daniel. This book is all about life in an unbelieving world under the sovereign hand of the living God. It’s a (true) story about temptation to compromise in a world that is not our home, the fleeting nature of earthly kingdoms, and the coming forever kingdom of Yahweh. Daniel helps us see that, in spite of appearances, Yahweh is in control and he will win.

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Jun 25
2017

They Shall Know That I am Yahweh

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

This morning we are continuing our series through the Major Prophets. While we typically study books of the Bible verse-by-verse, at times it is helpful to step back to survey the bigger picture. Truth is truth, whether we happen to be looking at its individual parts or the sum of the whole. Today, we consider the book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel was a prophet of God to those exiled to Babylon. His prophetic words, and symbolic acts, reveal the real guilt of God’s people and, at the same time, display the profound hope of the forever future that Yahweh graciously offers, in Christ.

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Jun 18
2017

There May Yet Be Hope

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

Today we are continuing our series through the Major Prophets, as we consider the book of Lamentations. These, often neglected, five chapters record the gutwrenching aftermath of the destruction of Jerusalem. They help us grasp the gravity of sin, the sovereignty of God over suffering, and that, no matter what may come our way, “there may yet be hope” (Lam. 3:29).

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Jun 12
2017

I Will Be Their God

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

Today marks our second week in our series through the Major Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel. Today, we consider the book of Jeremiah. His ministry took place during the darkest days of Judah’s history. He points us to the utter sinfulness of sin and the staggering reality of God’s new covenant grace, in Jesus.

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Jun 4
2017

The Salvation of Yahweh

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

We are beginning a brand new series through the Major Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel. While we typically study books of the Bible verse-by-verse, at times it is helpful to step back to survey the bigger picture. Truth is truth, whether we happen to be looking at its individual parts or the sum of the whole. Today, we begin our study with the book of Isaiah. He challenges us to examine our hearts and ways we misplace our trust—and, even more, to make Yahweh our everything.

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May 28
2017

We, Not Me

Media, Sermons | by Jevon Washington

In today’s sermon, we will look at the gospel of Jesus Christ and its implications on the issue of race. When sin entered into the world our life-giving relationship with God was severed, our relationships with other image bearers became distorted, and we became bent inward for our self-preservation and comfort. We must look to Jesus’ work and God’s plan of reconciliation of his image bearers to himself, from every ethnicity, to create a new race and restore relationships to one another.

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May 21
2017

Building Your Life on the Rock

Media, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Sermon on the Mount

Today we are wrapping-up our study through the Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew 5-7. These important words of Jesus reveal the counter-cultural nature and character of the kingdom of God. They are meant to help us live as citizens of God’s kingdom now, under his gracious rule, even while we yet remain in the kingdom of the world. In Matt. 7:24-29, Jesus ends his sermon with a sober call to consider the foundations of our lives. What are we building our lives on?

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