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Jun 19
2022

A Prayer, a Vision, and a Promise

, Daniel, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Daniel

We continue our series in the Old Testament book of Daniel. It’s a famous story filled with memorable characters, proud kings, political intrigue, pressures to compromise, impossible odds, miraculous rescues, and symbolic visions of the future. But, ultimately, Daniel is about life in an unbelieving land, far from home, with your faith under pressure. In it, Daniel reassures God’s people that, despite appearances to the contrary, God is in control and faithfully at work.

Audio | Notes | Daniel 9:1-27
Jan 27
2019

Rebooting Your Prayer Life

, Media, New Year Essentials 2019, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

New Year Essentials 2019

This morning we continue our new year essentials sermon series. This four-week series addresses important themes we must repeatedly return to for the glory of God, the good of others, and our ongoing transformation. Today we will consider how to reboot our prayer life at the start of a new year. We know prayer is important, but there is a lot that wars against us to keep us from praying. So, how do we move forward? That’s what today is all about.

Audio | Notes | Philippians 1:9-11
Mar 26
2017

The Lord’s Prayer

, Media, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Sermon on the Mount

This week in Matthew 6:5-15, we continue our series through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. These important words of Jesus reveal the counter-cultural nature and character of the kingdom of God. They are meant to help us live as citizens of God’s kingdom now, under his gracious rule, even while we yet remain in the kingdom of the world. Today, in Ma. 6:5-15 (cf. 7:7-11), we reach the center of the sermon. Here Jesus revolutionizes how we understand and approach prayer.

Audio | Notes | Matthew 6:5-15
Oct 4
2015

The Power of Prayer

, James, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

James

We are quickly nearing the end of our study through the eminently practical letter of James, as we study 5:13-18. James urges us to consider the power of prayer. It is important to note that it is not James' purpose to get to us to simply do more. Instead his aim is to get us to move beyond lip service to a whole-hearted, full-throttled, genuine relationship with God.

Audio | James 5:13-18