- Day 1: Craig Groeschel - Preached about himself.
- Day 2: Jentezen Franklin - Preached about himself and wove [un]biblical mythology.
- Day 3: Matt Chandler - Preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
- Day 4: Christine Caine - Preached about herself. Equated Elevation Church with the temple of Solomon's day.
- Day 5: Ed Young, Jr. - Preached gibberish and nonsense. "The ring is the thing and the hope is the rope." People were furiously taking notes on this, so there must have been a hidden profundity that eluded me.
- Day 6: Israel Houghton - Sang a bunch of praise choruses that are still twirling around in my head as a means of constant annoyance.
- Day 7: Perry Noble - Preached about Steven Furtick and Elevation Church.
- Day 8: Stovall Weems - Preached about himself. Allegorized and eisegeted the story of Noah.
- Day 9: Kevin Gerald - Preached about himself.
- Day 10: T.D. Jakes - Took two texts (Luke 8:40ff and Hebrews 4:15-16) that have nothing to do with one another, and proceeded to force them to cohabit based upon a common word found in the KJV, "touched."
- Day 11: James MacDonald - Preached his "stock" sermon about repentance, perhaps in order to stay in good standing with the more conservative crowd.
- Day 12: Steven Furtick - Preached exactly what Matt Chandler said not to preach by engaging in "narcigesis" with the story of David.
Apologist Chris Rosebrough, of Fighting for the Faith, deemed Code Orange Revival the "Heresy Olympics," and I think it is indeed a suitable title. Below, you can listen to the awards ceremony for this monumental event:
Medal Ceremony for Heresy Olympics at Code Orange De-Vival of Steven Furtick
Word Faith Pastrix Christine Caine Preaches Sunday Morning Sermon for Steven Furtick
A Biblical Critique of T.D. Jakes' Code Orange Revival Sermon