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While Pastor Bobby is with his young son Cohen at the hospital, Pastor Chad Blake brings a special message entitled, “The Greatest Moment of Your Life is Available Now” as part of the message series, “Your Best is Yet to Come.”

Danny Fehsenfeld is an actor, singer/songwriter, public speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He has been named the number one commercial actor in the world and was featured on the front page of Ad Week and on Good Morning America. Danny’s voice can be heard on various musical and animation recordings, video games and as a background vocalist for some of the greats in the music industry. From 2003-2006, Danny helped lead the praise band at the Crystal Cathedral.

Today, Danny performs “I’m Not Afraid” (comp: Danny Fehsenfeld; Erik Peterson) and “What Really Matters” (comp: Danny Fehsenfeld; Erik Peterson). Danny is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “To the Lamb on the Throne” (comp: Dan Forrest). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

6 thoughts on “The Greatest Moment of Your Life is Available Now

  1. Lois Wilson says:

    Very inspiring message Chad. Well Done. sorry I couldn’t watch you , could only listen.

    1. Anne Armstrong says:

      Also, couldn’t watch. Only listen.

    2. AP Johnson says:

      Enjoyed Pastor Chad remarks this morning. My prayers of healing and peace go out to the Schuller family. Until next time again may peace be upon you all.

    3. Thank You Chad For Such A Beautiful Message, I really Enjou It

  2. Christine says:

    I listened to your message this morning (I live in France) Chad, and as you spoke I gazed through the window and admired God’s creation,,,,a rainy day this morning ‘‘this side of the planet
    Thank you and I also prayed for Cohen
    God bless you all

  3. AP Johnson says:

    Enjoyed Pastor Chad remarks this morning. My prayers of healing and peace go out to the Schuller family. Until next time again may peace be upon you all.

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