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DPC Sermon from July 25, 2021 - “Signs of Our Sovereign”

In the sermon, John Willingham reflects on another day when Daniel is brought in to interpret the king’s dream. Its message is about hard times ahead for Nebuchadnezzar while offering a word about what it means for him and us to recognize God as sovereign over all of life. Join us as we listen in and ponder how you and I might best demonstrate faithfulness toward our heavenly ruler.

Episode 8 - Sermon from July 18, 2021 - "The Fractional Christian"

In his sermon, John Willingham continues our summer look at the Book of Daniel by focusing on the moment three people of faith faced a literal trial by fire. The response of the king to those events and the angry suggestion centuries later by two disciples of Jesus invite us to look at our own lives of faith with candor and humility. Join us as we ponder those ancient scenes together, seeking a word of hope for today.

DPC Sermon - July 11, 2021

**During Sunday's sermon, a longtime and beloved member of the church fainted. We have edited the response to this medical emergency out of this podcast. Thankfully, the member is now recovering well. We continue to hold her in our prayers.** In his sermon, John Willingham continues our summer focus on the Book of Daniel by reflecting on the moment three exiles refuse to bow down to an idol. What does their moment of courage and a similar act by two of the first disciples centuries later suggest about how we best live out our faith amidst the challenges of today? Join us as we ponder that question together.

DPC Sermon - July 4, 2021

In his sermon, John Willingham continues our summer focus on the book of Daniel by reflecting on the moment that title character reveals the content and meaning of a king’s dream. What does that ancient scene have to say to us as our nation marks its 245th birthday? Join us as we ponder that question together.

DPC Sermon - June 27, 2021

In his sermon, John Willingham continues our summer focus on events in the story of Daniel, reflecting on a day when King Nebuchadnezzar demanded insight into a troubling dream. Join us as we draw lessons from that moment and from a time in Jesus’ final hours when the response to a dream proved to be life-altering, too. Don't forget to check out www.dtownpc.org for all the latest news and happenings here at DPC!

DPC Sermon - June 20, 2021

In his sermon, John Willingham continues our summer focus on events in the story of Daniel, reflecting on a day when King Nebuchadnezzar demanded insight into a troubling dream. Join us as we draw lessons from that moment and from a time in Jesus’ final hours when the response to a dream proved to be life-altering, too.

DPC Sermon - June 13, 2021

In his sermon on Sunday, John Willingham begins our summer series that will focus on the Old Testament character of Daniel. We start by pondering a day when, as an act of faith, Daniel refused to eat food sent to him by the king of Babylon. Join us as we reflect upon that decision and what it might say about how we faithfully live in a world that often has different priorities as well.

DPC Sermon - June 6, 2021

In Sunday’s sermon, Roberta Kearney looks at the covenants and promises God makes to us in baptism and the promises we make throughout our journey of faith. We respond to those promises in confirmation and affirmation of our faith as do those serving as officers in the church through the ministry of Deacon and Elder. Join us as we reflect on what it means to trust in our covenant-making God.

DPC Sermon - May 30, 2021

In his sermon, John Willingham concludes the series on Noah and the flood by focusing on the image of a rainbow. What does that sign promised by God in the narrative say to us as people of faith? Join us as we ponder that gift anew. Visit www.dtownpc.org to learn more about the various ministries and programs offered at DPC.