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Feb 5

What is Baptism?

, Media, Sermons, The Church: God's New Humanity, in Jesus | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

The Church: God's New Humanity, in Jesus

We continue in our series, The Church: God’s New Humanity in Jesus. The local church is far more important to the Christian life than most realize. Often, this is because we haven’t taken the time to ask the simple but profound question, “What is Jesus’ church?” This morning we ask, “What is baptism?” Who is baptism for? What does it mean? Where should one be baptized? How does it fit into the church’s life? Amidst baptismal confusion, let’s seek some answers.

Audio | Notes | Matthew 28:18-20
Apr 26

How Does OT Circumcision Relate to NT Baptism

, Media, Romans, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett


We continue our study of the most influential, life-changing, worldview-shaping letter ever written—Romans. It is a timeless, divinely-inspired masterpiece on the joy-filled-life-as-it-should-be freedom found in Jesus. Today, we are back in 4:9-12, especially v.11, which for the last 400 years has been used by advocates of infant baptism to build their case. So, let’s examine this claim. But, first, let’s consider why this is relevant for us along with the very real danger, and unfortunate prevalence of, theological minimalism in our day.

Audio | Notes | Romans 4:9-12
Dec 15

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