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Apr 12
2020

In Fact, Christ Has Been Raised

Good Friday & Easter, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Good Friday & Easter

On Good Friday we remembered Jesus’ substitutionary death on the cross. Today, on Easter, we celebrate Jesus’ climactic victory over the grave through his resurrection. But, did he rise? How do we know? Can we know? Even if he did, what difference does it make for us today? These are the questions the Apostle Paul addresses head-on in 1 Cor. 15:12-20. Let’s dive in together…

Audio | Notes | 1 Corinthians 15:12-20
Oct 14
2019

Persevering in Strength and Hope

Media, Sermons, The Living Word | by Pastor Craig Sturm

The Living Word

Today is the first of five fall sermons in a series we are calling The Living Word, based on Hebrews 4:12, in which God’s Word is described as ”living and active.” His Word is alive and changes lives. To demonstrate this we asked five pastors, and leaders, to share a passage the Lord has been using in their lives to convict, comfort and/or challenge them. Our hope is to show the living nature of God’s word today and, in turn, be moved to study it, trust it, and immerse our lives in it. Today, Pastor Craig kicks off the series with a message from 1 Corinthians 15:58.

Audio | Notes | 1 Corinthians 15:58
Apr 5
2015

Five life-giving, joy-producing, hope-creating resurrection realities

Good Friday & Easter, Media | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

This morning we gather to celebrate Jesus' climactic defeat of Satan, sin, and death through his bodily resurrection from the grave. In 1Corinthians 15:12-20 the Apostle Paul lays out what it would mean for our faith if Jesus had not been raised from the dead, and assures us that He has, in fact, been raised. In light of this fact, we examine the realities that those who are in Christ are now forgiven, our faith is not in vain, we will not perish but spend eternity with God, our spreading of the Gospel is relevant and necessary, and we can be counted as enviable because our identity is in Jesus.

Audio | 1 Corinthians 15:12-20