Pastor Bobby reminds us that the way we act and behave around others preaches a sermon to everyone watching. Our lives are a testimony, and everything we do is a witness to what we really believe, with his message “Business in the Kingdom of God.”
Heather Avis is a mom, an author, and an advocate for inclusion for those otherwise marginalized by society. Her new book, Different – A Great Thing to Be!, was inspired by her daughter, Macy, who has down syndrome. Different helps encourage conversations with children about their unique traits — and those of others — and how inclusive environments can be fostered at home and in the community.
Meloney Collins is a masterful vocalist and performer with an impressive resume. She has sung on soundtracks and has performed as a voice over artist on several television programs and stage productions. She’s also been a backup singer behind such artists as Michael Buble, Burt Bacharach and as part of the house band on America’s Got Talent. Meloney also performs at Disneyland regularly for the past 15 years in multiple roles. Today, Meloney performs “I Love the Lord” (Richard Smallwood; adapt & orch: M. Riley) and “Sing a New Song” (Douglas E. Engquist; Riley Erin Engquist; Melody Joy Putnam; Robert Jr. Putnam; adapt: M. Riley). She is joined by the virtual Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “The Corinthian Song” (Varn Mckay; arr: Sam Robson).