Downtown Cornerstone Media
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

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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May 14
2017

The Narrow and Wide Gates

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 7:13-23, 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 nears the end of his sermon and gets serious because the stakes couldn’t be any higher.

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May 7
2017

The Golden Rule

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 7:12, 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 sums up all his teaching on relationships with the Golden Rule.

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Apr 30
2017

Judging Others

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

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 7:1-6, 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 confronts our judgmental attitudes, while showing us a better way.

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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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