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Jan 12
2020

Reading To Savor, Not Only See

Media, New Year Essentials 2020, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials 2020

This morning we are beginning a set of annual sermons we refer to as our new year essentials. These sermons address subjects and important themes that we must repeatedly return to for the glory of God and the transformation of our inner and outer lives. These are not, of course, the same sermons. Rather, they are different sermons, taking different angles, on issues we need to come back to again-and-again. We begin our our series by considering the significant difference it makes to read the bible to savor, not only see.

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 1:23-2:2
Apr 22
2018

Unjust Suffering

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. Today, in 1 Peter 2:18-25, Peter calls us to be a gospel-forged people in how we respond to unjust suffering.

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 2:18-25
Apr 15
2018

Politics in Exile

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. Today in 1 Peter 2:13-17, Peter describes how we should relate to the world politically, in light of who we are.

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 2:13-17
Apr 8
2018

A People for His Own Possession

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Craig Sturm

1 Peter: Living in Exile

Today we continue our series through 1 Peter. Peter’s letter is theologically weighty, yet simultaneously down-to-earth, and is filled fresh encouragements to wholehearted faithfulness while living in exile. In our passage today, 1 Peter 2:9-12, Peter will pull back the veil of untruth to reveal the glory of Jesus’ church as a God-created new people group of worshiping sons and daughters, set apart for His kingdom purposes by His eternal merciful love, for His glory and the joy of the nations in Jesus!

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 2:9-12
Apr 1
2018

The Living Cornerstone

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

He is risen! (And happy seventh birthday, DCC!) On Good Friday we gathered to remember Jesus’ death on the cross for the forgiveness of sin. Today, on Easter, we gather to rejoice in Jesus’ climactic victory over the grave through his resurrection. In 1 Peter 2:4-8, Peter reveals that Jesus is the living cornerstone of reality. By faith in him, we become living stones in his living temple that exists to display his worth, and announce his victory, to the neighborhoods of our city and the nations of the world.

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 2:4-8
Mar 25
2018

The New Realities of the New Birth

1 Peter: Living in Exile, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

1 Peter: Living in Exile

1 Peter is an ancient letter written by the Apostle Peter, the beloved disciple of Jesus, between A.D. 62-63 from Rome, to churches spread throughout Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). His aim was to encourage them—and us—to stand firm (1 Pet. 5:12) amidst trials, persecution, and heartache in a world that is not our true home. In our passage today, 1:22-2:3, Peter calls us to live out of the new realities that are forged by the new birth, through faith in Jesus.

Audio | Notes | 1 Peter 1:22-2:3
Apr 9
2013

The Cornerstone

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Other Sermons

This morning we gather to thank Him for all He has done and ask Him to do even more in the year(s) to come. In light of our birthday, let’s revisit God’s intention and vision for his church, universal and local, from 1 Peter 2:4-10. What do you think of when you think of the local church? What is it? Why does it/we exist? What is God’s purpose for it? Why are we continuing to move ahead in the planting of a new church downtown?

Audio | 1 Peter 2:4-10
Apr 4
2011

Launch Sunday: Jesus, Our Cornerstone

Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett


 
 
On Sunday, April 3rd, we celebrated the birth of Downtown Cornerstone Church. In this Sermon, Pastor Adam Sinnett preaches on Jesus, Our Conerstone, out of 1 Peter 2:4-10.

Audio | 1 Peter 2:4-10.