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Feb 13
2022

Persevering to the End

, Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor David Parker

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How we think about the last day of our lives has tremendous implications for the decisions we make every day, and the trajectory of our lives. This morning, we’re going to look at Hebrews 12:1-2, and explore how this passage admonishes us in how to persevere in the faith and make it to the end.

Audio | Notes | Hebrews 12:1-2
Jan 2
2022

A Message for God’s Messengers

Media, Other Sermons | by Tim Shao

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The Old Testament lays the foundations of God’s story of redemption. As God’s New Testament people today, the Old Testament is our family history. Today, we will look at the prophet Jeremiah, who was one of God’s messengers in the Old Testament. We will study how God called Jeremiah, and consider how we have more in common with him than we might think.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah 1:1-10
Jan 3
2021

Seeing God Clearly

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

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We unpack one of the most simple, yet profound statements in all of the Bible—Jesus’ call to purity of heart and the subsequent promise of seeing God in Matthew 5:8. What does it mean to “see God”? What does it mean to be “pure in heart”? How does that impact how we understand our life, the genuineness of our faith, and the single-mindedness of our hearts? These are worthy questions to ponder as we enter into a new year!

Audio | Notes | Matthew 5:8
Jan 6
2019

Training in Grace for Future Glory

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Luke Davis

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The passage of time has perennially called God’s Image Bearers to assess and aspire. A new year calls us to consider past experience and future expectations. God, in His wisdom, has given the Church Titus 2 in part so that we may orient ourselves within the reality renewing good news of Grace and the blessed hope of Glory. Today, in Titus 2:11-14, we will consider the nature of this present age and the transformative work preparing us for the appearing of the glory of our Great God and Savior Jesus Christ.

Audio | Notes | Titus 2:11-14
Dec 30
2018

Growing in the Fear of the Lord

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

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The Bible describes God as an all-good, all-powerful, just, merciful, and loving creator. How are we to understand our lives in view of this God? Through Psalm 34, David shows us that the fear of the Lord is the posture of heart that we should take to understand our experiences. We can praise God in all seasons and trust him to be who he says he is, which is exactly what we need him to be.

Audio | Notes | Psalm 34
Nov 25
2018

Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain

Media, Other Sermons | by Mark Dever

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This morning we have the privilege of being served by Mark Dever. Mark is the senior pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington DC and the the author of numerous books. Mark is also the president of 9Marks, a ministry that exists to promote healthy churches. Today, Mark will discuss what it means to use the Lord’s name in vain in Deuteronomy 5:11 and how we as Christians are called to be ambassadors for Christ in our words and actions during our daily lives.

Audio | Notes | Deuteronomy 5:11
Sep 9
2018

The Gospel to the Nations

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor David Parker

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What is the mission of the church? What does it mean to go and make disciples? How do we do that and how does God want to use us in those endeavors? As we look at Luke 24:44-49 and answer those questions — my prayer is that we will see from Scripture, that we exist to declare and display the glory of God, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, by living sent lives to those across the street and around the world, for the establishing and building up of His local church among the nations.

Audio | Notes | Luke 24:44-49
Feb 11
2018

Becoming and Being the Body of Christ

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Justin Keogh

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What comes to mind when you think of the church? Do you think of the church as a temple, a family, a priesthood, or a body? All of these metaphors are used in scripture to describe the new reality that is formed when we, by God’s grace, through faith in Christ, become believers. These metaphors describe the deeply interconnected nature of our new life together. Today we’ll look at how we’re made into a new body and what that means for us living and serving together.

Audio | Notes | Romans 12:4-18
Feb 11
2018

What is Real Christianity?

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Ray Ortlund, Jr.

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“This morning we have the privilege of being served by Ray Ortlund. (His wife, Jani, was serving the women of DCC at the women’s retreat this weekend.) Ray is a pastor of Immanuel Church in Nashville. He’s also the author of several books, including Preaching the Word Commentaries on Proverbs and Isaiah, a contributor to ESV Study Bible, and The Gospel: How the church portrays the beauty of Christ—which you should read. Ray serves on counsel of The Gospel Coalition and is a member of the Acts 29 church planting network, just like us. Though there is much to love about Ray, what I admire most is his humility and genuine love of Jesus. I hope you’ll join me in giving him a warm DCC welcome.” – Pastor Adam

Audio | Notes | Galatians 6:11-18
Feb 4
2018

Jesus and Our Jobs

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

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How does Jesus impact how we think about our jobs? What difference should it make if an employee is a follower of Jesus? Or, more personally, would anyone in your office be surprised if they discovered you were a Christian? That’s an important question. Most of us will spend well over 80,000 hours “working” in our lifetime; that breaks down to two-thirds of our waking hours during the work week. Do those hours matter to Jesus? Yes. They matter more than we realize.

Audio | Notes | Colossians 3:22-24