Downtown Cornerstone Media
Sep 8
2019

The Unseen Hand of God

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we continue 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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Sep 1
2019

Courageous Faith

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Esther

Today we continue 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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Aug 25
2019

Life at a Crossroads

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new 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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Aug 19
2019

Life in a Fallen World

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new 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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Aug 11
2019

Compromise, Conflict, and Confusion

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today, we continue our new 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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Aug 4
2019

Politics, Pluralism, and Providence

Esther, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Esther

Today we begin a new 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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Jul 29
2019

Doxology

Jude, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Luke Davis

Jude

Today marks the final sermon in our series through Jude. The message from Jude to the church has been clear, “Contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints.” How will Jude conclude his letter and confirm his message of contention? Under the inspiration of the Spirit, he chooses worship, rather than a repeated command, and gives the church one of the most beautiful doxologies in all of Scripture.

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Jul 22
2019

Keeping Yourselves in the Love of God

Jude, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

Jude

Today is week four of our five-week series in the letter of Jude. God is writing this letter, through Jude, to warn against the false teaching that had crept into the church and remind believers to stand firm in the faith; to stand firm in the Gospel and the authority of Jesus Christ. Jude roots us in our identity as those who are beloved by the trinitarian God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and issues an urgent call for us in Christ to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints. Today, in verses 17-23, Jude expands on how we are to contend for the faith, by keeping ourselves in the love of God.

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Jul 14
2019

God’s Judgment & False Teachers

Jude, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Jude

Today is week three of our five-week series in the letter of Jude. God is writing this letter, through Jude, to warn against the false teaching that had crept into the church and remind believers to stand firm in the faith; to stand firm in the Gospel and the authority of Jesus Christ. Previously, we looked at verses 1-4 and unpacked our identity as Christians as one of being called, beloved, and kept, and Jude’s call for us to contend for our faith. Today, verses 5-16 take a deeper look at the telltale marks and sure judgment for false teachers. It is a sober call to the church to be faithful to the one, true Gospel.

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Jul 7
2019

Contending for the Faith

Jude, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

Jude
God is writing this letter, through Jude, to warn against the false teaching that had crept into the church and remind believers to stand firm in the faith; to stand firm in the Gospel and the authority of Jesus Christ. Last week, we looked at verses 1-2 and unpacked our identity as Christians as one of being called, beloved, and kept. Rooted in that identity, in verses 3-4, we’ll see that Jude’s call for us to contend for our faith is as relevant today as it was when it was originally written.
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