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Your Secret Life Matters Most


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Pastor Bobby concludes the message series on how to be happy and whole students of Jesus entitled, The Narrow Road: How to be Alive. Today’s message: “Your Secret Life Matters Most.”

Richard Watts is a skilled attorney who represents some of America’s most successful families. He has firsthand insight into the advantages and downfalls of affluence, and has channeled that knowledge into writings, which are called the “Wisdom Series.” His latest book is entitled Entitlemania and is available at entitlemania.com.

Michael Skidgel is a native of Southern California and can be heard singing with and conducting the Hour of Power Choir at Shepherd’s Grove. Since 1999, Michael has enjoyed his work with the Crystal Cathedral Ministries, including singing the role of Joseph for seven years in the Glory of Christmas. A graduate of Chapman University, Michael has sung and conducted in 35 countries. Today, in honor of Pastor Glenn DeMaster’s retirement, Michael performs, “My Tribute” (comp: Andràe Crouch; arr: J. Carl). Michael is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ, as well as the Hour of Power Choir with Sarah Grandpre.

Directed by Sarah Grandpre, the Hour of Power Choir performs “In His Love” (comp: Mark Patterson). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ.

7 thoughts on “Your Secret Life Matters Most

  1. Jean Cook says:

    I haven’t been able to view the episodes on my computer for tree weeks now. I have listened to the podcast but it’s just not the same as the whole service. I don’t have cable and our antenna stations don’t broadcast the Hour of Power so I got to my computer. I miss watching the whole service please bring it back.

  2. v. banks says:

    i was giving to your ministry and listened every week online, but may no longer give, because i can no longer watch online. it was my only church.

    i don’t think it’s a good idea to withhold your ministry from people just because they don’t sign up. it looks very petty and you’re no longer serving the ones who need you most.

    i was giving $40 a month by mail, but i may stop watching.

    i thing you’ve just made a very big mistake in your ministry.

    1. Megan Ewbank says:

      Hi there!

      I sincerely apologize for your inability to view the episode online! It is definitely still available (and encouraged) to view the Hour of Power on our website. I very recently took over posting the episode and have had a few glitches these past two weeks. We have gotten them worked out and the episodes should be posted, without delay, from now on. Again, I apologize! We love and appreciate you!

      1. Rock says:

        I’d veunrte that this article has saved me more time than any other.

  3. Barbara Letterman says:

    This was a very timely message with the work drama I have been recently been exposed too. God used this message to teach me humility and to lean on him and to show love in action. There is quietness and rest in Christ!

  4. J Robinson says:

    I’ve had a life-long struggle with self acceptance. This was very encouraging, especially when Pastor said God’s design is to be lifted up by people, not out of need, but just to be encouraged. We as God’s child should never be in need of acceptance. I made a sign to put up in my office – I AM THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF CHRIST, I AM CHOSEN, I AM HIGHLY FAVORED. Thanks for the blessing.

    1. Megan Ewbank says:

      Yes, J!

      Always remind yourself of that! You are SO loved!

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