Even if you haven’t seen evidence of God working behind the scenes in your life, it is happening. Today, Pastor Bobby reminds us of the importance of small events, because they can lead to big changes with his message “Hannah’s Baby.”
Sarah J. Robinson is an author and speaker who has worked in ministry and the mental health field for the last decade. Her new book I Love Jesus, But I Want to Die: Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression, was based on an article she wrote that went viral. She chronicles her struggles and writes that people dealing with depression and mental illness can’t be disqualified from experiencing Jesus’ deep love for us. Everyone can still live a life of great joy and purpose.
DARDEN are a family of three sisters with three powerhouse parts of vocal harmony who blend Country and Americana into a soulful pop performance. Talented musicians who play ten instruments collectively, songstresses Clarah Darden, Havilah Darden and Tabithah Darden, joined by their brothers Josiah Darden on the drums and Noah Darden on the keyboard, have written and arranged over 50 songs, creating a distinctive original sound dubbed Alternative Americana. Today, they perform “Jesus, Thank You” (Pat Sczebel) and “I Saw the Light” (Hank Williams). They are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “Amazing Grace” (John Newton; arr: Sam Robson). Arnold Geis is the virtual soloist.
Thanks for a very spiritual/motivational message. Both this week’s message and last help me feel that God is really pulling for me despite my failures and that the battle really does belong to Him.
Thanks for the wonderful message
GOD Bless po