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Dig Deep. It’s Worth It.

August 28, 2022

Pastor Bobby encourages you to see your free time as a precious moment to grow, to be at peace, to be full of the breath and life of God, and become more and more the person that will attract the things that you want in life, with today’s message: “Dig Deep. It’s Worth It.”

Gary Moon is the founding Executive Director of the Martin Institute for Christianity and Culture, as well as the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation at Westmont College. Also an author, he has written a number of books and has had his works published in many professional and popular publications. In addition, he is a columnist for the magazine, Christian Counseling Today.

Princeton Parker is a songwriter, musician, vocalist and speaker. A graduate of USC with a B.A. in communication, Princeton is the founder and CEO of Building Without a Blueprint, an organization that helps mentor young leaders in high school and college who are pursuing their purpose. Preston Parker is a reoccurring worship leader here at Hour of Power and has toured and performed with numerous choirs and organizations locally and internationally. Today, Princeton and Preston perform “Isn’t He Beautiful” (Rich Tolbert, Jr.). They are joined by backup singers Raffia Thomas, Dessy DiLauro and Nicole Thompson, and accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “Shalom” (Dan Forrest). The choir is accompanied by Zach DeChance on piano and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

3 Responses

  1. Where can I find the outline for today’s service? Yes I have But I have trouble remembering? Please answer again.

  2. Dear Bobby, thank you very much for your work and biblical messages. I was very much enjoyed to hear, that you changed the confession in a small and excellent way. I would suggest one more small change. Likewise, I think, that would be more in a biblical sense to say: Lord and friend,
    instead only friend, which is a modern way to use it, but Jesus is also our Lord. I don’t want to sound critical in any way.
    I often thought, you should suggest is, one day. What do you think about it?

    In Jesus

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