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Apr 14
2019

The Benefits and Limits of Wisdom

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

This morning we are continuing our series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecc. 7:1-29, the Preacher turns his attention to the benefts, and limits, of wisdom.

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Apr 7
2019

Money

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

This morning we are continuing our series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecc. 5:8-6:12, the Preacher turns his attention to the appeal, and vanity, of money.

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Mar 31
2019

Empty Religion

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

This morning we are continuing our series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecc. 5:1-7, the Preacher takes a surprising turn and invites us to consider how we see and approach God.

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Mar 24
2019

Evil

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

This morning we are continuing our series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecc. 4:1-16, he turns our attention to evil.

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Mar 17
2019

Time

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes
This morning we are continuing our series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” His quest is an attempt to make sense of life on a horizontal plane. To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecc. 3:1-22, he considers the reality of being human in a time-bound world.
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Mar 10
2019

Work

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Ecclesiastes

We are continuing our new series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely, book. In it, the author, a preacher-king, recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” His quest is an attempt to make sense of life on a purely horizontal plane, without God in the picture. To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecclesiastes 2:18-26, he puts work and the fruit of work to the test.

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Mar 3
2019

Pleasure

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

We are continuing our new series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely, book. In it, the author, a preacher-king, recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” His quest is an attempt to make sense of life on a purely horizontal plane, without God in the picture. To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecclesiastes 2:1-11, he puts pleasure to the test.

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Feb 24
2019

Knowledge and Wisdom

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

We are continuing our new series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely, book. In it, the author, a preacher-king, recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” His quest is an attempt to make sense of life on a purely horizontal plane, without God in the picture. To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Today, in Ecclesiastes 1:12-18 and 2:12-17, he starts his search with “wisdom” and “knowledge.”

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Feb 17
2019

All is Vanity

Ecclesiastes, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ecclesiastes

Today we begin a new series through the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s a timeless, and timely, book. In it, the Preacher-King recounts a lifelong search for meaning, purpose, and satisfaction “under the sun.” His quest is an attempt to make sense of life on a purely horizontal plane, without God in the picture. To do so, he exhausts every nook and cranny of the created order and human potential. Yet, again and again, he discovers “all is vanity.” Path after path leads to a dead end, so by the end, there is only one way left.

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Feb 3
2019

The Wonder of Jesus’ Local Church

Media, New Year Essentials, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials

Today we are considering the role of the local church in God’s unfolding story. What is the point of the local church? Is there a point? Wrestling with these questions is, if you will, essential. The local church is God’s Plan A for the advancement of his purposes in the world and in our lives. If we want to participate in the fullness of his purposes, we must embrace his chosen vehicle for advancing them.

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