WatchMarch 13, 2022 | Preacher: John Huffman |
John Huffman is a pastor, speaker and author who has been pastoring for four decades. He served as senior pastor at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, California for 32 years. In addition to writing a number of books, he mentors other pastors and serves on boards for evangelical organizations. John also writes for Christianity Today and speaks all over the world. Today, John brings the message, “For Those Who Serve and Need to be Served.”
Kate Wood is a blogger who started the site, Wood and Spoon as a way to combine her passions of baking, writing, and photography. Now, those passions have culminated into her first book, Her Daily Bread: Inspired Words and Recipes to Feast on All Year Long, which highlights numerous recipes while making the connection between faith and food in this new devotional.
Shannae Bernales and Sophia Borrelli perform “Believe for It” (CeCe Winans; Mitch Wong; Kyle Lee; Dwan Hill). Shannae Bernales is 18 years old and currently a senior attending the Orange County School of the Arts in the Popular Music Conservatory. A member of the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir since 2017, Shannae was a soloist during their run on America’s Got Talent Season 13. Sophia Borrelli is a 19-year-old college student currently working towards her Psychology degree at Santiago Canyon College and has plans to transfer to a four-year university to study Biology in the fall. Before graduating high school, Sophia was part of Voices of Hope Children’s Choir for 5 years and was seen as a soloist on season 13 of America’s Got Talent with the choir. Now a student in college, she works as the choir’s Assistant Director. Shannae and Sophia are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “And Can it Be” (Dan Forrest). They are accompanied by Zach DeChance on piano, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Closing Hymn “All Creatures of Our God and King” (Francis of Assisi; arr: Z. Marasovich)