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Feb 10
2013

Life and Death

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This is the last week of our study through the book of Proverbs.  Throughout our study, we covered numerous topics, including: wisdom, foolishness, the heart, pride, words, emotions, self-control, friendship, husbands, wives, singleness, parenting, planning, working, sexuality, money and justice.  We need wisdom in every area of life and Proverbs helps us to do just that.  Today we are going to look at our final topic: Life and Death.  Typically when we say something is a matter of “life and death”, we mean that it matters above all else.  That's definitely true today.

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Feb 3
2013

Justice, Righteousness & Rejoicing Cities

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

In Proverbs, God meets us on the street and delivers aid in the skill of living, particularly in the areas of life where the normal rules of life don’t apply. What we’ve seen every week over the last five months is that this wisdom finds its source in the fear of the Lord – or, in letting God be God to you in every corner of your life. Today we look at another corner: justice and righteousness. How do we navigate life in a world of need, poverty, and various degrees of injustice?

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Jan 28
2013

Money

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons, Uncategorized | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

The mega-theme of Proverbs is wisdom. This book, and the Bible, define wisdom as the skill of living, particularly in the areas of life where the normal rules of life don’t apply. This wisdom isn’t found where we’d normally think to look. This wisdom finds its source in letting God be God to you in every corner of your life. So far we’ve looked at what happens when you let God be God to you when it comes to our words, our singleness, our marriages, our parenting, our pride, our sexuality and more. Today we’re going to look at what happens when we let God be God to us in the area of money. Audio | RSS | iTunes

Jan 20
2013

Biblical Sexuality

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Today we’re going to look at biblical sexuality. You may be surprised to discover that the Bible is not shy when it comes to matters of sex. Today, God the Father is having a conversation with us on this important topic because we’re vulnerable and we need help. Let’s walk this out together…
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Jan 14
2013

Work

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

One of the reasons people throughout the centuries are drawn to the book of Proverbs is that it shows us our God is not some detached, disinterested divine dictator. Rather, the God of the Bible, our God, is deeply involved. He cares about the details and decisions of our life. He cares what we do with our life. This week we see that he cares what how we view and handle our work. All of our work matters to God and God matters to all of our work.
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Jan 6
2013

Planning, Guidance & Decision-Making

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons, Uncategorized | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This week we’re going to look at the topic of planning, guidance and decision-making, which is particularly relevant as we start a new year together. Proverbs gives us insight into the paradox of planning, the posture of planning and the practice of planning. Let’s take a look together.
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Jan 4
2013

The Practice of Parenting

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons, Uncategorized | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This week we’ll look at the practice of parenting. We’re taking two weeks here because there is much misinformation and dysfunction surrounding this topic. As we saw last week, 40% of children have no involved father. Every year, nearly 1 million kids are left with one
parent because of divorce. Only 41% of kids grow up in a two parent household. In fact, sociologists have noted that this is the first generation in our country’s history that think divorce,
separation and single-parent households are a normal part of family life. We live in a day and age when what is deemed normal and natural is, in fact, incredibly abnormal and unnatural. It is clear
that we are in need of wisdom on this topic and that’s exactly what Proverbs offers us. Whether you’re single, newly married, or empty nester there is something for you here.
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Dec 19
2012

The Heart of Parenting

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons, Uncategorized | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This week we are continuing our series through the ancient, yet incredibly relevant, book of Proverbs. After spending just over a month on a variety of issues related to biblical marriage, we now reach the all-important topic of parenting. What is the goal of parenting? What does it take to parent well? What are the potential pitfalls of parenting? What do we need to be aware of? These are the kinds of questions we’re going to tackle over the next two weeks.
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Dec 11
2012

Understanding Singleness

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett


We’re taking a slight, but needed, detour from our Proverbs series this week to address the important topic of singleness. This is particularly relevant for us as a newly forming church, the majority of which is single. “What does God tell us about the season of singleness? What does he want us to know?” Looking at Proverbs and 1 Cor 6-7 we’ll examine this topic through four categories: biblical perspective, intentional preparation, guarded pursuit and ordered loves.
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Nov 25
2012

Cultivating Your Marriage

Media, Proverbs: Living Wisdom, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

We’re just over half way through our study of the ancient, yet incredibly relevant, book of Proverbs. The primary theme of Proverbs is wisdom, but the wisdom of Proverbs (and the Bible) has nothing to do with IQ or life experience, though those are good and helpful. Rather, this wisdom finds it source in letting the living God be the living God to you in every corner of your life (cf 1:7). Today we get to what Proverbs says about cultivating your marriage.
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