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Head of a Servant Leader

January 24, 2021

Pastor Bobby continues the four-sermon series entitled “Lead Like Jesus.” Based on a seminar by Blanchard and Hodges, this series will teach what it means to lead and influence others, not in the way that the world teaches us, but in the way that the Lord teaches us. Today’s message: “Head of a Servant Leader.”

Dr. Hugh Ross is an astrophysicist who founded the organization Reasons to Believe, which researches scientific discoveries and provides evidence to prove Creation, Christianity, and God’s existence. The organization showcases that science and a Biblical faith can intertwine and work together cohesively. Dr. Ross has shared his findings in a number of books, as well as in news articles and podcasts. He is also a teacher at A.W. Tozer Seminary and Southern Evangelical Seminary.

Sarah Grandpre is the director of Voices of Hope Children’s Choir and a member of the Hour of Power Choir. She has over ten years of teaching and directing experience in choral music, musical theater and vocal technique. Sarah performs, “It’s All About You/Take My Life and Let it Be” (comp: Paul Oakley). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Sarah Grandpre & Connor Smith perform, “Psalm 23: Surely Goodness, Surely Mercy” (comp: Shane Barnard). Sarah is the director of Voices of Hope Children’s Choir and a member of the Hour of Power Choir. Connor is a Los Angeles-based performer, studio vocalist, arranger and composer. They are accompanied by the virtual Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.

The Hour of Power Choir, along with soloist Preston Parker, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “Baba Yetu” (comp: Christopher Tin). The choir is accompanied by Zach DeChance on the piano, Zeljko Marasovich on the organ, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

3 Responses

  1. Thank you Bobby for letting my heart strings vibrate with yours as you were saying these words today, for letting me feel my vibes vibrating with many more in this world and most of all with Jesus and God, thank you for leading me back to see what I need to focus on instead of sitting here feeling sorry for myself; so I will keep going with my head down doing what I love to do supporting other people as
    I teach piano and make music and then maybe after growing my team and myself
    I may end up at the dream I’m dreaming and I was so sad about not having …
    thank you may God bless you
    may God bless the whole world

  2. Dear Pastor Schuller, I enjoyed your sermon this morning. I am so glad I can hear it and see it on my IPad.
    My daughter Robin and Granddaughter Jillianne got the Covid. Yesterday. I really cried and in the middle of sending my feelings on a message to my friend’s. A verse came to me… So simple… For God shall give His Angels charge of you to keep you in all your ways. I sent that to my daughter through Message. With friends reassuring me and that verse boosted my faith. So simple and that was what assured me. When we seek him we will be comforted. Sometimes we don’t see as clear until it comes to you. Thank you for your caring and encouragement in all you teach. Love to you and your ministry.

  3. Dear Bobby, l was born with a ticket which said listen watch and learn. Your compass points true north. Choice is always the same: world or God? America needs a Billy Graham….not a biggest congregation a la Joel Olsteen pep talker. Be confident. Go into your yourself and get the power of Moses – who also had no desire to be tbe one to set His people free. USA needs to remember – be the reminder – financial needs of your family will be met.

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