Happy Easter! In todays lesson Darryl asks the question what do we REALLY believe it takes to get into heaven? How can we be absolutely sure that we will get to go to heaven when we die? Darryl answers this questions in todays final lesson in the series: Famous Last Words
In this message Jay Estes fills in for Darryl (our regular speaker) and talks about how the things that Jesus said at the end of His life are very important. One of the last things He said was Father forgive them. We will look at why that is important to us.
In this second sermon called "Redeeming Ruth" (based on a series by Mars Hill Church) Darryl talks about how "lucky we are" to have soo many good things in our lives. He also talks about how each of us want to trust God more but don't know how to get there. Darryl gives a solution to that problem in this sermon.
In this last sermon of the series Habits of Happiness Rex Sanders (one of our church Shepherds) steps in to fill Darryl's role this week and speaks about the benefits of generosity. He talks about how one of the ways that God teaches that we can find happiness is through generosity.
In this sermon, based on a series by Saddleback Church Darryl talks about how we can minimize stress in our lives. God wants us to put our eyes on him and not spend all our times staring at all of our problems.
In this sermon Darryl preaches a lesson that is based on the sermon series Habits of Happiness by Rick Warren. This week Darryl talks about 5 things from Philippians that we can do to protect our happiness.
In this final sermon in the Guardrails series Darryl discusses the push back that we have to creating Guardrails or boundaries for our lives. He also discusses how Guardrails can protect us and direct us if we allow them to. (This sermon series has been a collection of sermons created by NorthPoint Church in Atlanta, Georgia.)
Great leaders are men and women who know the rules. They are often people who follow the rules. But rule following in and of itself does not make you a good leader. Rules do not have the power to create a truly great leader. A great leader is defined by something better than following rules. In this teaching Darryl asks his friend Jay Estes to talk a bit about what makes a great leader.