Pastor Bobby’s teaching is that your life can be better than it is now. Life gets better when you get better, so commit your life to personal development and everything in your life will change! Today’s message: “Power In, Power Out.”
Aaron Tredway is a former professional soccer player turned author and pastor, and currently serves as lead pastor of Fellowship City Church in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition, he is vice president for Ambassadors Football International, which trains soccer coaches all over the world to make an impact on others through soccer. Aaron’s new book, Don’t Miss Your Life: The Secret to Significance, looks at how to achieve a meaningful and significant life in the eyes of Jesus.
Dayna Sauble was born and raised in Orange County, California. She’s grateful to use the talents and gifts God has given her to work as a performer, working with 3DT Theatricals in productions like “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “Shrek,” singing as a member of the a cappella group WestBeat, and entertaining children at birthday parties. In her spare time, she dresses up as princesses, superheroes or TV show characters for conventions and just for fun. Follow Dayna on Instagram @thedrpepperprincess. Today, Dayna performs “Mighty High” (David Crawford; Richard James Downing). She is joined by backup singers Sarah Grandpre, Josh Munnell and Preston Parker, and is accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.
Todd Strange specializes in opera, oratorio and musical theater. He is a member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Los Angeles Opera, and is a soloist in many regional companies across the United States. Todd is also a member of the Hour of Power Choir. Today, Todd performs “On Eagle’s Wings” (Jan Michael Joncas). He is accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Marc Riley.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messeloras, joins Dayna Sauble on “For Every Mountain” (Kurt Carr; adapt & orch: M. Riley). They are accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.