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Pastor Bobby continues a four-sermon message series called “Winning the Worry War.” We all have things in life that cause us to worry, but the two common worries are money and health. Spending time with God will take away your worry! Today’s message: “The Storm Will Pass.”

Julianna Zobrist is a committed difference maker, who’s artistry and life has put her in front of presidents, the houses of congress, television cameras, and an audience of millions during the World Series. Her latest book, “Pull it Off: Removing your fears and putting on confidence,” digs into the importance of identity versus image, and living authentically in God. Her book is available wherever books are sold, and more information is available at juliannazobrist.com. Check out Julianna’s The Backstory interview with Robert down below for even more fun information from Julianna!

 The Voices of Hope Children’s Choir, directed by Sarah Grandpre, is part of the Shepherd’s Grove/Hour of Power ministry. This group of 1st through 10th grade children is a professional youth choral program which offers musical excellence and a performance experience in a safe and supportive Christian environment. This program has quickly grown, and recently competed on “America’s Got Talent” receiving a Golden Buzzer in their audition and making it all the way to the semi-finals! They continue to uplift and inspire with every performance, bringing joy to the audience and performers alike. Today, they perform “O Happy Day” (comp: Edwin Hawkins; Edward Francis Rimbault) and “You Will be Found” (comp: Benj Pasek; Justin Paul). They are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “Great is Thy Faithfulness” (arr: Shawn Kirchner). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the piano, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

3 thoughts on “The Storm Will Pass

  1. Gloria L. Gravenhorst says:

    I enjoyed this program so very much. The children’s choir was suburb. The sermon about Worry was on target. Recently my husband went home with Jesus and this was and still is a difficult time for me. During the Podcast, I cried, laughed, smiled and was for a time emotionally drained.

    Thank you for a wonderful Podcast,[my first] will continue to watch them I have learned much today so it proves one is never to old to learn.

    Blessings to all who made this possible.

    1. Gloria L. Gravenhorst says:

      I am still trying to learn from my loss as to what Jesus has in store for me and I hope there will be a sign. My partner for over 71 years is sorely missed. Our children help me to remember many of the wonderful times we had as a family and I remember the times we spent together. I think of Bob being with all those who went before him and know that he is reunited with our baby boy who came into this world so many years ago but did not breathe. I look forward to being with Bob and all our family and friends.

      1. amylindow says:

        Dear Gloria,

        The ache of loss is so very deep and real. 71 years is a long time and there is no doubt that the pain you’re experiencing is immense. We are praying that Jesus’ living hope will be renewed in your heart day-by-day and that He will give you small glimpses of Heaven to help get you through. May His peace surround you and His Spirit comfort you. Your beloved Bob has gone before you and is cheering you on to the finish line; until then, you are making a difference in this world by shining the light of Jesus. We are thankful for you. God loves you and so do we!

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