Downtown Cornerstone Media
Dec 8
2019

God Gave Them Up

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

This morning we continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written—Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus. We are currently working through a vitally important section (1:18-3:20) in which Paul reveals God’s just wrath on human unrighteousness in order to demonstrate our need for a Savior. In our passage today, 1:21-32, Paul vividly illustrates what happens when human beings become untethered from the living God.

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Dec 1
2019

Suppressing the Truth in Unrighteousness

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

Today we continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus. So far, we’ve covered the introduction (1:1-15) and the letter’s main idea (1:16-17). Today (1:18-23), Paul begins a lengthy section (1:18-3:20) in which he explains God’s wrath on unrighteousness. Let’s take care to hear and heed.

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Nov 24
2019

The Power of God for Salvation

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written—Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus. So far, we’ve covered 1:1-15. Today, we turn to 1:16-17. These verses capture the big idea, or thesis, which Paul carefully explains over the first eleven chapters of his letter. His concern? That we grasp the nature of the gospel as a power through which we are counted righteous before God through faith in Jesus.

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Nov 17
2019

When God is Your God

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

This morning we continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written—Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled freedom found in Jesus. Today, we turn to Romans 1:8-15. It is a simple passage, with profound implications for our daily lives. It reminds us—through the simple means of thanksgiving, prayer, encouragement, and evangelism—that when God is our God it transforms how we see our lives, approach others, and understand the world.

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Nov 10
2019

Edifying Speech

Media, Sermons, The Living Word | by Pastor Justin Keogh

The Living Word

Today is the third 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 Justin expounds on Paul’s instructions for our speech in Ephesians 4:29-30.

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Nov 3
2019

The Gospel Of God

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We continue our study of the greatest letter ever written the letter of Paul to the Romans or, more simply, Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled freedom found in Jesus. Last week we began with an overview via Romans 1:1. Today we dig into Paul’s opening in 1:1-7. As he begins, Paul carefully foreshadows the contents of his letter: God sent his long- promised Son, for the sake of his people, and the glory of his name, among all the nations. This is news that we too must hear – and – heed for our eternal good.

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Oct 27
2019

The Letter of Paul to the Romans

Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Romans

We begin a great adventure through the greatest letter ever written —the letter of Paul to the Romans. Or, as you probably know it, Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the freedom that is found in Jesus Christ. It is comprised of sixteen dense chapters of beautiful, life-changing, soul-thrilling truth about God—and about us. God has used Romans in mighty ways throughout the history of his church. Let’s pray that he would do the same among us. Today we get our bearings with an overview of the letter via Romans 1:1.

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Oct 20
2019

Redirected Joy

Media, Sermons, The Living Word | by John M.

The Living Word

Today is the second 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, John M. unpacks Jesus’ words to us from Luke 10:17-24.

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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. 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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