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Reading To Savor, Not Only See

1 Peter 1:23-2:2

January 12, 2020 • Pastor Adam Sinnett

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.

God's Glory as Fuel for God's Mission

February 2, 2020 • Pastor Adam Sinnett

This sermon concludes 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. Today, in Isaiah 40:12-26, we consider God's glory as the fuel for God's mission.

Knit Together By God

January 26, 2020 • Pastor Adam Sinnett

We are continuing 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. Today, in Psalm 139:13-16, we consider the intimate, creative work of God in knitting human life together in the womb.

God's New Humanity

January 19, 2020 • Pastor Adam Sinnett

We are continuing 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. Today, in Ephesians 2:11-22, we consider the new humanity that God is forging, in Christ, and our role displaying it.