Downtown Cornerstone Media
Jun 10
2018

Living as an End-of-the-Age People

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. Today, in 4:7-11, Peter turns his attention to how we should relate to one another as an end-of-the-age people.

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Jun 3
2018

Arm Yourself with Your Thinking

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. Today, in 1 Peter 4:1-6, Peter seeks to help us persevere through unjust suffering we may encounter, as followers of Jesus, by getting us to consider how to arm ourselves—by how we think about suffering.

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May 27
2018

Ascended Hope Amidst Heartache

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. Today he helps us understand why it is better to suffer for doing good, than for doing evil (3:17)—because that is how Jesus achieved his victory.

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May 20
2018

A Countercultural Community

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor David Parker

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. Today, in 1 Peter 3:8-17, we are going to look at three ways that the Gospel shapes us as countercultural community, even in the midst of evil and unjust suffering.

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May 13
2018

Godly Husbands

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. Today, in 1 Peter 3:7, Peter speaks to the husbands.

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May 6
2018

Godly Wives

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. We’ve considered politics (2:13-17), unjust suffering (2:18-25), singleness (3:1-7) and, today, godly wives (3:1-6).

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Apr 29
2018

Godly Singleness

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

In chapter two (2:11ff), Peter shifts to describing how followers of Jesus should relate to the world. We’ve looked at politics (2:13-17), unjust suffering (2:18-25), and today we consider godly singleness (3:1-7).

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Apr 22
2018

Unjust Suffering

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. Today, in 1 Peter 2:18-20, Peter calls us to be a gospel-forged people in how we respond to unjust suffering.

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Apr 15
2018

Politics in Exile

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. Today in 1 Peter 2:13-17, Peter describes how we should relate to the world politically, in light of who we are.

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Apr 8
2018

A People for His Own Possession

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. In our passage today, 1 Peter 2:9-12, Peter will pull back the veil of untruth to reveal the glory of Jesus’ church as a God-created new people group of worshiping sons and daughters, set apart for His kingdom purposes by His eternal merciful love, for His glory and the joy of the nations in Jesus!

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