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Latest Episodes

The Importance of Knowing our Sin

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, in Romans 7:7-13, Paul dives into the relationship between God's Law (given to Moses) and the nature of sin. What was God's purpose in giving his Law? How should we view it? What role does it play in our lives?

51 MIN4 d ago
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The Importance of Knowing our Sin

Dead to the Law, Serving in the Spirit

We're back in 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, in Romans 7:1-6, Paul continues to unpack why God's free grace, in Jesus, does not promote, nor encourage, sin. In fact, properly understood, Jesus' grace forges a bond of belonging that leads to new Spirit-dependent, fruit-filled lives.

52 MIN1 w ago
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Dead to the Law, Serving in the Spirit

Walking with God in Hope

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms that will run in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 71 we will consider what a life long-lived in the faith looks like and how it is marked by indomitable hope.

48 MIN2 w ago
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Walking with God in Hope

Walking with God in Satisfaction

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 63, we explore what it looks like to live, in the midst of a world of little g gods, a life satisfied in the One, True, Living God.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Walking with God in Satisfaction

Walking with God Amidst Enemies

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms that will run in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 55, we look at how the Psalmist dealt with his enemies and betrayal, as we examine what it looks like to place our hope and trust in God as we walk amidst our enemies.

49 MINJUL 13
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Walking with God Amidst Enemies

Walking with God in Lament

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 44, we deep dive into what it looks like to walk with God through suffering, confusion, defeat — when it seems God has abandoned His people…walking with God in lament.

51 MINJUL 6
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Walking with God in Lament

Freedom As Slaves of God

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, in Romans 6:15-23, Paul explains why God’s free grace, in Jesus, does not promote, nor encourage, sin. In fact, properly understood, God’s grace sets us free from slavery to sin so that we can live in the joy-filled freedom of slavery to God.

51 MINJUN 29
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Freedom As Slaves of God

Maintaining Unity Amidst Our Disagreements

From time to time, the elders of DCC find it important to speak into important and relevant issues and topics related to spiritual growth, evangelism, and church unity. What follows is a pastoral note on loving one another well amidst our disagreements, that was given on June 28, 2020, addressing how to navigate the current cultural and political moment by discerning between straight-line issues and jagged-line issues.

--JUN 29
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Maintaining Unity Amidst Our Disagreements

Consider Yourself Alive to God

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, in Romans 6:11-14, Apostle Paul exhorts us to “consider ourselves dead to sin and alive to God” (6:11). So, how are Jesus’ people to relate to sin on the other side of justification? Does it matter? Is it worth it?

54 MINJUN 22
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Consider Yourself Alive to God

United With Christ

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 turn to Romans 6:1-11, where we learn that Christians are united to Jesus in such a way that we are now “dead to sin” and “alive to God.” These truths have massive implications for how we relate to God, see ourselves, and battle sin.

52 MINJUN 15
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United With Christ

Latest Episodes

The Importance of Knowing our Sin

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, in Romans 7:7-13, Paul dives into the relationship between God's Law (given to Moses) and the nature of sin. What was God's purpose in giving his Law? How should we view it? What role does it play in our lives?

51 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Importance of Knowing our Sin

Dead to the Law, Serving in the Spirit

We're back in 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, in Romans 7:1-6, Paul continues to unpack why God's free grace, in Jesus, does not promote, nor encourage, sin. In fact, properly understood, Jesus' grace forges a bond of belonging that leads to new Spirit-dependent, fruit-filled lives.

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dead to the Law, Serving in the Spirit

Walking with God in Hope

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms that will run in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 71 we will consider what a life long-lived in the faith looks like and how it is marked by indomitable hope.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Walking with God in Hope

Walking with God in Satisfaction

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 63, we explore what it looks like to live, in the midst of a world of little g gods, a life satisfied in the One, True, Living God.

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Walking with God in Satisfaction

Walking with God Amidst Enemies

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms that will run in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 55, we look at how the Psalmist dealt with his enemies and betrayal, as we examine what it looks like to place our hope and trust in God as we walk amidst our enemies.

49 MINJUL 13
Comments
Walking with God Amidst Enemies

Walking with God in Lament

We continue in our series of sermons on the Psalms in parallel to our series on Romans. Its purpose is to help us learn from the psalmists what it means to faithfully walk with God through the ups-and-downs of life in a world marred by sin. Today, in Psalm 44, we deep dive into what it looks like to walk with God through suffering, confusion, defeat — when it seems God has abandoned His people…walking with God in lament.

51 MINJUL 6
Comments
Walking with God in Lament

Freedom As Slaves of God

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, in Romans 6:15-23, Paul explains why God’s free grace, in Jesus, does not promote, nor encourage, sin. In fact, properly understood, God’s grace sets us free from slavery to sin so that we can live in the joy-filled freedom of slavery to God.

51 MINJUN 29
Comments
Freedom As Slaves of God

Maintaining Unity Amidst Our Disagreements

From time to time, the elders of DCC find it important to speak into important and relevant issues and topics related to spiritual growth, evangelism, and church unity. What follows is a pastoral note on loving one another well amidst our disagreements, that was given on June 28, 2020, addressing how to navigate the current cultural and political moment by discerning between straight-line issues and jagged-line issues.

--JUN 29
Comments
Maintaining Unity Amidst Our Disagreements

Consider Yourself Alive to God

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, in Romans 6:11-14, Apostle Paul exhorts us to “consider ourselves dead to sin and alive to God” (6:11). So, how are Jesus’ people to relate to sin on the other side of justification? Does it matter? Is it worth it?

54 MINJUN 22
Comments
Consider Yourself Alive to God

United With Christ

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 turn to Romans 6:1-11, where we learn that Christians are united to Jesus in such a way that we are now “dead to sin” and “alive to God.” These truths have massive implications for how we relate to God, see ourselves, and battle sin.

52 MINJUN 15
Comments
United With Christ
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