February 3, 2023

Hour of Power Choir to Perform at 2023 ACDA Convention!

Congratulations to the Hour of Power Choir under the direction of Dr. Irene Messoloras. The ensemble has been invited to perform at the 2023 national conference of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). The conference will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio at the end of February. More About the Conference About the Hour of Power Choir: The Hour of Power Choir is united by their creed, which is centered in belonging. Made up of 36 volunteer and professional singers from the Los Angeles/Orange County area, the Hour of Power Choir proudly reflects the extraordinary diversity of Southern California. The ensemble believes that the universal language of music has the possibility to bring great joy, peace, and healing to its listeners. Watch the Hour of Power Choir About Dr. Irene Messoloras: Irene Messoloras serves as the conductor for the Hour of Power Choir in the weekly international Christian television program, Hour

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23 February Powerlines

NESTED IN HIS LOVE February is a special month at Hour of Power. It not only commemorates the anniversary of our first broadcast on February 8, 1970, but it’s also when we celebrate our Eagle Partners, a special group of friends here at the ministry. With generous hearts, they have faithfully provided monthly support for decades so that we can reach more souls for Christ and fly higher as we pursue the Lord’s best. When I think about the majestic eagle, our country’s national symbol, I am intrigued by its ultra-stoic nature and presence. It’s just one of many reminders in nature that show us the power and strength of our loving and all-powerful God. The Bible often uses the symbol of an eagle to portray strength, power, and vision. “Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will

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The Thick Skin of the Beloved

“Who is it that overcomes the world? Only the one who believes that Jesus is the Son of God.” – 1 John 5:5 When someone has “thick skin,” they don’t get offended by criticism. If we live our lives around God’s love for us and live in that space, we develop a thick skin that enables us to do better and succeed. There’s this great guy who paints my house. He’s got an awesome truck covered in all sorts of rock and roll bumper stickers. He has long hair and tattoos and my son thinks he’s a pirate! As soon as he enters our house, he says, “What’s up, Pastor Bobby?” The last time he was at our house, I asked him, “How are you?” and I shook his hand. It was as if I had grasped a baseball glove that was wrapped in sandpaper; in other words, he had

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