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Apr 23
2017

Hope for the Anxious

Media, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:25-34, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus gives a series of promises for how we can live free from anxiety and worry in the midst of the everyday.

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Apr 16
2017

Easter: Go Therefore…

Easter, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

He is risen! Today, on Easter, we gather to celebrate Jesus’ climactic defeat of Satan, sin, and death through his death on the cross and resurrection from the grave. To do that we will turn Matthew 28:16-20, a passage famously known as the Great Commission. These familiar words give us insight into the reality of Jesus’ resurrection, the uniqueness of Jesus’ identity, and the surprising nature of Jesus’ unfolding mission.

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Apr 9
2017

Treasures in Heaven

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:19-24, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus invites us to consider who, or what, we are living for. What is the greatest treasure of your heart of hearts?

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Apr 2
2017

When You Fast…

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:16-18, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus invites us to consider the means of grace (generally) and fasting (in particular). Why do these practices matter? What role do they play in our relationship with God, in Jesus?

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Mar 26
2017

The Lord’s Prayer

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:5-15, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, in Ma. 6:5-15 (cf. 7:7-11), we reach the center of the sermon. Here Jesus revolutionizes how we understand and approach prayer.

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Mar 20
2017

Giving to the Needy

Media, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons | by Jevon Washington

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:1-4, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus shows us how to give so we don’t lose our “reward.”

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Mar 12
2017

Loving Your Enemies

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 5:38-48, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus brings us into one of the most challenging, counter-cultural, other-worldly dynamics of God’s kingdom: loving your enemies.

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Mar 5
2017

Integrity of Speech

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 5:33-37, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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.

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Feb 26
2017

The Good Shepherd

Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This morning we are (unexpectedly) pausing our study through the Sermon on the Mount to consider one of the most personal images Jesus uses to describe how he relates to his people – as the good shepherd. What image comes to mind when you think of Jesus? Maybe, king? Or, savior? Or, friend? What about shepherd? This image has comforted millions of Jesus’ people for over 2,000 years. There is more being communicated here than a mere quaint ancient near east metaphor.

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Feb 19
2017

Jesus on Marriage and Divorce

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 5:31-32, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 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. Today, Jesus clarifies the real (and profound) meaning of marriage and how, in light of that, we should view divorce.

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