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Jun 16
2019

Mission-Driven and Disciple-Making

First Things, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

First Things
What are the first things in the life of Jesus’ church? Even if you don’t follow Jesus, you’ve likely wondered, “What is all of this about?” You’re not alone. It can be confusing. So, in this five-week series, we’re considering foundational biblical principles for a healthy, Jesus-treasuring, people-loving, Spirit-empowered, life-transforming local church. This study is built on the backbone of DCC’s mission statement and ten core convictions. Who are we? Why do we exist? What are we doing? That’s what this series is all about-for God’s glory, and our deepest joy.
Audio | Notes | Matthew 28:18-20

Jan 28
2018

From Our Neighborhoods to the Nations

, Media, New Year Essentials 2018, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials 2018
What is the mission of Jesus’ church? Why does it exist? In a word, what is the church for? What is our role in that? Those are the kinds of questions we’ll explore today in light of Matthew 28:16-20. What we’ll discover is that, yes, Jesus’ church has a massive, far-reaching purpose. His church is central to God’s unfolding story of redemption, across continents and millennia, among the neighborhoods of Seattle and the nations of the world, and every follower of Jesus is called to be a part of it.

Audio | Notes | Matthew 28:16-20
Apr 16
2017

Easter: Go Therefore…

, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

He is risen! Today, on Easter, we gather to celebrate Jesus’ climactic defeat of Satan, sin, and death through his death on the cross and resurrection from the grave. To do that we will turn Matthew 28:16-20, a passage famously known as the Great Commission. These familiar words give us insight into the reality of Jesus’ resurrection, the uniqueness of Jesus’ identity, and the surprising nature of Jesus’ unfolding mission.

Audio | Notes | Matthew 28:16-20
Dec 15
2013

What is Baptism?

, Media, Other Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Other Sermons

Jesus commands us, in the great commission to “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” Matthew 28:19-20. Where did Christian baptism originate? What is its meaning? How is it to be done? Who is it for? Today we are going to see that Christian baptism is far from an empty religious ritual, but an outward expression of a personal commitment to Christ.

Audio | Matthew 28:19-20