Call us today! (866) GET-HOPE(866) 438-4673


Pastor Bobby continues the sermon series based on his new book entitled, “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your World.” When we nurture the kind of thoughts that lead not only to discipleship but achievement, better relationships and the kind of life we want, we will change our world. Today’s message: “Self-Talk, Shame, and Belonging.”

Dr. Willie Jolley is a speaker, author and long-time friend of the ministry. He’s helped numerous companies with his inspirational speeches, and people all over the world through his books. He truly embodies a joyous and encouraging spirit. For more information on Willie, go to jolleygoodnews.org. His book An Attitude of Excellence is available wherever books are sold.

Preston Parker is from Los Angeles California. He is currently a senior at the University of La Verne, studying film and music. He’s spent his life using his gifts to lift the spirits of others and never forgets to give the Lord glory in all he does. Today, Preston performs “Pleasing” (Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir). He is accompanied by the Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord” (comp: Moses Hogan).

Hymn #1 – “My Jesus, I Love Thee” (comp: William R. Featherston; Adoniram J. Gordon)

Hymn #2 – “I Am Not Alone” (comp: M. Fieldes; K. Jobe; M. Sampson; B. Davis; G. Pittman; D. Sauder; A. Davis; adapt: M. Riley)

Closing Hymn – “God of Our Fathers” (comp: Daniel C. Roberts; George W. Warren)

2 thoughts on “Self-Talk, Shame, and Belonging

  1. Thank you for this message! Please pray for me and my family. Please pray we have good nieghbours moving in!

    1. amylindow says:

      You got it, Nicole.

      “Lord, we know that you see everything and that you place the right people in our lives at the perfect time. We pray for Nicole’s new neighbors and ask that they would be a blessing to her family and to the neighborhood. May your peace and unity dwell among them and may you work powerfully in this situation to bring about your very best. We love you and believe that in you, good things are always coming!”

      Thanks for sharing your heart with us — it’s our honor to join with you in prayer. God loves you and so do we!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *