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Pastor Bobby teaches that the Lord offers us something better than the rushed gratification of this world, and that is the ability to lead a truly meaningful life that simply believes in the old-fashioned idea of leaving this earth a better place, with his message: “Get Your Garden On.”

James Barnett is an author and the President of Dayspring, a Christian company that sells products to make Jesus known through social expression. His new book is Blue Skies: How to Live in the Extraordinary Expectation of What’s Around the Corner. His book takes a look at how his family’s travels through America’s National Parks gave him new perspectives on success, callings, and joy.

Fifteen-year-old Noelle Lidyoff from Orange County, California, is a member of the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir. Today, Noelle performs, “For the Good” (Riley Clemmons; Colby Wedgeworth). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Aaron Al-Imam is a vocalist from Orange County, California. A music education major from Vanguard University, Aaron teaches private piano and vocal lessons. He is currently a member of His Place church in Westminster, California, where he is the worship team and ignite youth pastor. Today, Aaron performs, “I Thank God” (Chuck Butler; Dante Bowe; Aaron Moses; Jesse Cline; Maryanne George). He is joined by backup singers Sarah Grandpre, Connor Smith and Preston Parker, and is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “A Song of Peace” (Lloyd Stone; Jean Sibelius; arr: J. Carl). The choir is accompanied by Philip Hoch on organ and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

2 thoughts on “Get Your Garden On

  1. sally LaRhette says:

    Thank you for your prayers and wonderful For of Power! is it possible to get a print out of todays sermon ” Put your garden on”? What Was so interesting was how the Bible is presented as a library of books.The examples of delayed gratification and the demands it makes on people, sort of like an addiction. with no room for godliness to be our guide to a really rich life, freedom from fear and want.

    Gratitude,

    Sally LaRhette

  2. Thank you for your “Get Your Garden On” talk today, Bobby. We appreciate every sermon. God blesses you with gifts of Holy Spirit inspiration, passion, and communication every week. Today, your message and references were even more poignant–an hour of power that will live in our minds and strengthen our souls for a very long time. Sharing it with friends on Fb. –Ruth and Rob Budd, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

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