Pastor Bobby begins a four-sermon message series called “Avodah: My Work is My Worship.” In this series, Bobby will teach on how to find joy, not only in your work, but in your parenting, volunteering, and service, and live God’s best life for you! Today’s message: “Give God Your Best.”
Devon Still is the former defensive end of the Cincinnati Bengals, whose career took a dramatic turn when his daughter Leah, was diagnosed with cancer. The story gained national attention through their adorable postings on Instagram, and became a source of encouragement to those dealing with similar situations. Through these trials, Devon’s faith was made incredibly known and is chronicled in his new book, Still in the Game. Check out Devon’s bonus “The Backstory” interview down below!
Former Shepherd’s Grove worship leader, Natalya Roa returns to inspire and uplift with her gift of music. Today, along with the Hour of Power Choir, Natalya performs “God, I Look to You” (comp: Jenn Johnson). She is accompanied by Dr. Irene Messoloras and the Hour of Power Choir, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Sarah Grandpre and Tully Wilkinson perform “Psalm 23: Surely Goodness, Surely Mercy” (comp: Shane Barnard). They are accompanied by the Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley. Sarah is the director of Voices of Hope Children’s Choir and a member of the Hour of Power Choir. She has ten years of teaching and directing experience in choral music, musical theater and vocal technique. Tully is a singer/songwriter and is the Pastor of Modern Worship and Young Adults at Shepherd’s Grove.
Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloist Sarah Grandpre, performs “How Can I Keep from Singing” (comp: Robert Lowry; arr: Sarah Quartel).
Hymn: Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing (comp: Robert Robinson; John Wyeth) – HOP Choir & congregation