Up #1: Open Up

February 28, 2011

On Saturday we kicked off a new series, titled UP, about the book of Revelation. We often get caught up in the end-of-the-world details, but are there larger messages and themes we might be missing in this controversial and complex book? After a series introduction from Jason Boyett, Darrell gave a message called “Open Up.”   Listen to the message by streaming it here, or click this link (and “save as…”) to download the complete MP3 file.

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Vintage #7: Social Network, Part 2

February 23, 2011

Darrell concluded his Vintage sermon series on Saturday night. This week’s topic was the second part of “Social Network,” which covers the last of the Ten Commandments. Listen to the message by streaming it here, or click this link (and “save as…”) to download the complete MP3 file.

Or, watch the sermon below:


Vintage #6: Social Network, Part 1

February 15, 2011

Last Saturday, Darrell continued Vintage, his sermon series about the Ten Commandments. This week’s topic was part 1 of “Social Network” which covers the last five commandments. Listen to the message by streaming it here, or click this link (and “save as…”) to download the complete MP3 file.

Or, watch the sermon below:


Vintage #5: Honor Mom and Dad

February 7, 2011

On Saturday, Darrell continued his sermon series about the Ten Commandments, Vintage. This week’s topic was “Honor Mom and Dad,” about how to honor your parents…even as adults. It included a panel discussion with participants who dealt with aging parents, divorced parents, and parents with different religious beliefs.

Listen to the message by streaming it here, or click this link (and “save as…”) to download the complete MP3 file.

Or, watch the sermon below:


Vintage #4: Date Night

February 1, 2011

Last Saturday, Darrell continued Vintage, his sermon series about the Ten Commandments. This week’s topic was “Date Night,” about keeping the Sabbath.

Listen to the message by streaming it here, or click this link (and “save as…”) to download the complete MP3 file.

Or, watch the sermon below: