January 19, 2020 | Preacher: Bobby Schuller |
As Bobby and Hannah enjoy time away with family, this week in Australia we broadcast a message from the series ‘Disciples Making Disciples’ entitled “A Glorious Life and Death”.
Pastor Bobby encourages us to invest time and attention into making disciples of young people. “We can all support and influence the spiritual growth and commitment of the next generation, the ones who will carry forward the Gospel when we are no longer around.”
Matt Hein is the lead vocalist and guitarist for I Am They, and chats with Pastor Bobby about the band’s origins, name, and the story behind their song, “Scars.”
I Am They is a pop-acoustic worship band from Carson City, NV, now currently based in Nashville, TN. Their newest album, “Trial and Triumph,” is a testimony of what the band members have faced in their lives, and how they have victory in the Lord. You can read about their personal testimonies and more at iamtheyband.com. Today, they perform “No Longer Slaves” (comp: Jonathan David Helser; Joel Case; Brian Johnson) and “Scars” (comp: Ethan Hulse; Jon Mcconnell; Matthew Armstrong; Matthew Hein).
Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “O! What a Beautiful City” (comp: Shawn Kirchner). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the piano.
Opening Hymn: “How Great Thou Art” (comp: Stuart K. Hine)
Closing Hymn: “It is Well with My Soul” (comp: Horatio G. Spafford; Philip P. Bliss)