Pastor Bobby talks about the important call God gives us as living temples, to renovate the house and become the person you were called to be with his message: “Build Your House. God Lives There.”
Guillaume Bignon is an author who was born and raised in France. Guillaume had it all — success in the business world, a gifted musician, and an exceptional athlete. He grew up an atheist until an encounter with a beautiful woman would cause him to question everything. His new book, Confessions of a French Atheist: How God Hijacked My Quest to Disprove the Christian Faith, takes you on Guillaume’s journey from growing up an atheist to wholeheartedly following the Lord’s plan for his life.
Madeline Reynolds is from Orange County, CA. She graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a BM in Vocal Performance ‘20 and is attending UCLA for her Masters in Vocal Performance ‘23. Today, Madeline performs, “Something About that Name” (Colby Wedgeworth; Ethan Hulse; Anne Wilson; adapt/orch M. Riley). She is accompanied the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by guest conductor Jim McMillen.
Connor Smith is a Los Angeles-based performer, studio vocalist, arranger and composer. As an in-demand LA session singer, Connor’s voice has appeared in major motion pictures, television shows, studio albums and video games. As a touring artist, vocal director, and guest soloist Connor has performed across the globe from renowned concert halls and recording studios to the stages of Universal Studios Hollywood and the Disneyland Resort. Connor is also a member of the Hour of Power Choir. Today, Connor performs, “Stand in Faith” (Danny Gokey; Jordan Sapp; Mia Fieldes; adapt/orch M. Riley). He is joined the Hour of Power Choir, directed by Sarah Grandpre, and accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by guest conductor Jim McMillen.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Sarah Grandpre, performs “Unclouded Day” (Rev. J.K. Alwood; arr: Shawn Kirchner).