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At Peace in the Winter

December 30, 2018

Today, Pastor Bobby encourages you to believe that the winter you may be experiencing today, though it is difficult, is going to make you stronger, with his message: “At Peace in the Winter”.

Cory Nickols is Destiny Rescue USA’s Director of Strategic Partnerships and Chief Spokesperson. He plays a key role in raising awareness, funds, and talent for the ongoing work and mission of Destiny Rescue. He travels extensively throughout the United States and beyond to bring greater awareness to the pandemic of human trafficking and to inspire audiences of all ages to play their part in defending children around the world. Go to for more information.

Nita Whitaker is a singer and songwriter. Having performed on stage, as well as big and small screen, Nita’s talent and humor continue to find new avenues to be expressed. She has co-produced four independent CD’s, been a guest performer at The Freedom Awards, and has sung duets with Andrea Bocelli and Michael Bolton. Her music is available on I-Tunes and Amazon. Today, Nita performs “How Great Thou Art” (comp: Carl Boberg) and the Hour of Power Choir joins her in singing “A World of Difference” (comp:Johannes Bornlof). Nita is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloists Timothy Hall, Alexander Tupuola and Sarah Grandpre, performs “Hallelujah” (comp: Leonard Cohen; arr: Ethan Sperry).

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  1. The choir director’s, choir, rendition of Hallelujah was outstanding and that word t really doesn’t justice. I could go on and on but all I could say is I was frozen to my seat listening to such a beautiful son done by an extremely talented choir. Up until a couple of years ago I sang in my church choir but alas at 75 my voice isn’t what it use to be. Must admit I wondered if I’d be allowed to sing with your choir on a one time bases, if I attended the rehearsal the Wednesday (or whatever day) before the Sunday performance? Again, please accept my congratulations on such an outstanding job singing Hallelujah.

    Sincere regards.
    Larry Crocker

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