Downtown Cornerstone Media
Jan 14
2018

The Racism-Crushing Gospel

Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This morning we’re continuing to walk through a set of five standalone sermons which we’re informally calling our ‘new year essentials.’ Today, we’ll wade into the rough waters of racial trauma in our country and our response to it, as followers of Jesus. This topic is messy, controversial, and filled with sorrow — which is exactly why we need to discuss it. My hope is that we would be equipped as a Jesus-saturated, bible centered, multi-ethnic people in a divided world in need of help and healing. Let’s dive in together…

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Jan 7
2018

The Unsearchable Riches of the Bible

Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This morning we’re kicking off a fresh series of standalone sermons that we’re informally calling our ‘new year essentials.’ Today my simple, but profound, goal is to encourage us to read the Bible with an aim to see and savor God’s supreme value, in Jesus. My hope, and that of all the elders, is that we would treasure this book for the treasure it reveals even more deeply this year. The treasures it contains are unsearchable, which makes this book precious beyond value.

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Dec 31
2017

Making the Best Use of Your Time

Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

On this, the final day, the last Sunday of 2017, we want come together to re-orient our view of time to God and his purposes in our lives. The truth of Ephesians 5:15-18 provides a simple framework for living a life that is wisely, joyfully, abandoned to God and His priorities.

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Dec 24
2017

Christmas Eve

Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Merry Christmas! As you know, this is a particularly unique Sunday as it coincides with Christmas Eve. Christmas, of course, marks the birth of Jesus the Christ, truly God and truly man, who came to save the lost – people like you and I. While conditions of his arrival could not have been more humble, the implications for us could not be more profound. Therefore, today we are joining with Jesus’ people across continents, and millennia, in celebrating his arrival. Friends, our Saving-King has come – and is coming again.

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Dec 17
2017

Trusting God When Life Hurts

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Job

Today we complete our seven-week study through the ancient book of Job. Job is one of the most profound, and perhaps best known, books of the Bible because it deals with one of the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face. Today, we reach the climactic final chapter and address a crucial question: How do we trust God when life hurts?

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Dec 10
2017

The Awesome Majesty of God

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Job

Today we are nearing the end of our seven-week study through the well-loved, yet controversial, book of Job. Job is one of the most profound books of the Bible because it deals with one the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face. Today, we reach the highpoint of the book as God himself enters the conversation.

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Dec 3
2017

A Severe Mercy

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Job

Today we are continuing our seven-week study through the ancient book of Job. Job is one of the most profound, and perhaps best known, books of the Bible because it deals with one of the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face. Today, we meet a new character, Elihu, who helps reorient our hearts to understand suffering as a severe mercy.

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Nov 26
2017

Walking Through Our Affliction

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Job

Today we are continuing our seven-week study through the ancient book of Job. Job is one of the most profound, and perhaps best known, books of the Bible because it deals with one of the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face.Today, we discuss how Job walks through his affliction and how it can impact how we experience our own affliction.

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Nov 19
2017

How Not to Help the Hurting

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Job

Today we are continuing our seven-week study through the ancient book of Job. Job is one of the most profound, and perhaps best known, books of the Bible because it deals with one of the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face.Today, we examine Job’s conversation with his friends in Job 4-25.

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Nov 12
2017

Facing Our Fears

Job, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Job

Today we are continuing our seven-week study through the ancient book of Job. Job is one of the most profound, and perhaps best known, books of the Bible because it deals with one of the most profound issues that we face: suffering. The questions that suffering raises are among the most important, yet difficult, we will ever face. Today, we reach Job’s opening lament in chapter three.

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