Downtown Cornerstone Media
Oct 14
2019

Persevering in Strength and Hope

Media, Sermons, The Living Word | by Pastor Craig Sturm

The Living Word

Today is the first of five fall sermons in a series we are calling The Living Word, based on Hebrews 4:12, in which God’s Word is described as ”living and active.” His Word is alive and changes lives. To demonstrate this we asked five pastors, and leaders, to share a passage the Lord has been using in their lives to convict, comfort and/or challenge them. Our hope is to show the living nature of God’s word today and, in turn, be moved to study it, trust it, and immerse our lives in it. Today, Pastor Craig kicks off the series with a message from 1 Corinthians 15:58.

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Oct 6
2019

The Role of Remembering

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we conclude our series through the Old Testament book of Esther. Tis is
the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian
empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the
ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger,
suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more
important than its literary value, are its insights into how to fnd our way amidst
our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Sep 29
2019

The Holy War of God

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we continue our series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Sep 22
2019

How We Live Matters

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we continue our series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Sep 15
2019

God’s Just Judgment

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we continue our new series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Sep 8
2019

The Unseen Hand of God

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we continue our series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Sep 1
2019

Courageous Faith

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Esther

Today we continue our series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Aug 25
2019

Life at a Crossroads

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Aug 19
2019

Life in a Fallen World

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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Aug 11
2019

Compromise, Conflict, and Confusion

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new series through the Old Testament book of Esther. This is the (true) story about the potential extinction of the Jews during the Persian empire, and God’s hidden hand through an unlikely heroine. Esther has all the ingredients of a great story: complex characters, an evil villain, perilous danger, suspense, irony, surprise reversals, humor and a happy ending. But, even more important than its literary value, are its insights into how to find our way amidst our pluralistic world today—a world that is surprisingly a lot like Esther’s.

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