Guest speaker, Ed Stetzer, is not only a pastor, but also a world-renowned author whose writings can be found in Christianity Today, Outreach Magazine, and multiple other media outlets. His most recent book, “Christians in the Age of Outrage,” looks at how we as Christians can glorify God and be our best in a world that is chaotic and sees the worst. His involvement in ministry spans over some incredible organizations and churches, as he currently is the executive director of the Billy Graham Center, and the interim pastor at Moody Church in Chicago. Today, Ed brings a message: “Representing Jesus and His Kingdom.”
Joining us is Sean Oliu, a 16-year-old crooner and member of the latest generation of Disney’s Mouseketeers. He was named one of the top influencers in Orange County, and performs as both Cantor to his local congregation, and to hundreds of thousands of viewers through Club Mickey Mouse. He is accompanied by his band, friends Sebastian Mendoza on bass and Nathan Reyes on vocals and cajon, and is supported by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra. They perform “If We Never Meet Again” (comp: Merle Haggard) and “All the People Said Amen” (comp: Matt Maher).
Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “One God, One People, One Voice” (comp: Larry Shackley). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the piano.