Pastor Bobby continues a four-sermon message series called “Avodah: My Work is My Worship.” In this series, Bobby will teach on how to find joy, not only in your work, but in your parenting, volunteering and service, and live God’s best life for you! Today’s message: “Love Your Enemies; Even Your Boss.”
VIDEO TESTIMONIAL – Franklin Trummell found new hope in Jesus while he was in the depths of drug and alcohol addiction. After his parents divorced when he was 11, he entered foster care at the age of 15. Thankfully, his foster family took him to church, where he heard about Jesus’ love for him. Unfortunately, when he turned 18, he turned his back on God and fell hard into a lifestyle of partying and substance abuse. This went on for years, until he and his wife visited Shepherd’s Grove; that is when everything began to change. Today, he is in Bible college and he walks daily in the love and joy of Jesus. He is finally living the life he was created for and He is thankful to have been rescued and redeemed!
Voices of Hope Ensemble is a group of children from the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir. Today, this group of 13 singers, directed by Sarah Grandpre, perform “Desert Song” (comp: Brooke Fraser; arr: Sarah Grandpre; orch: M. Riley) and “You Say” (comp: Jason Ingram, Lauren Daigle, Paul Mabury; adapt: Sarah Grandpre; arr: Heather Sorenson; orch: M. Riley). They are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Kevin Rose is a tenor soloist from Orange County, California, and a member of the musical group Who’s Clayton. Today, Kevin performs “Living Hope” (comp: Brian Johnson & Phil Wickham; orch: M. Riley). He is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “How Great Thou Art” (comp: Stuart K. Hine; arr: Dan Forrest). They are accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the piano, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Thanks so much God of heaven with us . Ever Day ever time.
Love your enemies… how simple it seems… NOT!! Right??? I loved the illustration of the table attendant who didn’t do a good job [make it lousy], and to leave them a ginormous tip!!! Reverend you are so right… to do such a gesture could turn someone’s life around…
I have not been watching HOP for the past couple years since getting married; something told me to get back to you folks, despite how good my home house of worship is… your house of worship is anointed, and you anoint us who watch.
I have watched like 5 episodes in the last 3 days… time for an offering…
Joe from Amherst NH…