A Life of Real Power

Strong Friends for Strong Enemies

Pastor Bobby teaches that when you feel a strong enemy or a strong challenge coming into your life, God is going to send an even stronger friend into your life to help you through it. Today’s message: “Strong Friends for Strong Enemies.” Mattie Jackson Selecman is an author and founder of the non-profit organization, NaSHEville, which aims to help women and children in need. Her new book, Lemons on Friday: Trusting God Through My Greatest Heartbreak, tells the story of how she lost her husband, Ben, in their first year of marriage. Through her story, she wants to encourage others that faith is still worth holding on to, even when our prayers aren’t always answered. Voices of Hope Children’s Choir high school students, directed by Sarah Grandpre, perform live in service, “Hold On To Me” (Lauren Ashley Daigle; Paul Brendon Mabury; Paul T Duncan) and Preston Parker joins the group on

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Like a Lighthouse

Pastor Bobby teaches that God’s vision for us is that our lives would shine out into the world like a city on a hill, a safe place where people can travel to find shelter, nourishment, and life, with today’s message: “Like a Lighthouse.” Becky Keife is an author and Dayspring’s (in)courage Community Manager. In this online forum, brave and authentic women come together to enjoy Biblical resources, share their stories, and simply celebrate life. Her new book — The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact — looks at something we can never have too much of — kindness. She asserts that as we shift our focus, we can proactively find opportunities to share Jesus’ goodness in the situations of every day. Jennifer Rockett is a worship leader from Los Angeles, California. One of her greatest joys is to be able to share her passion of singing and

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What to Do While Waiting on the Lord

Pastor Bobby teaches that in those times of waiting for breakthrough and it feels a long way off, remember that the seeds of today are the trees of tomorrow. Learn how to wait without losing your sense of value or worth with today’s message: “What to Do While Waiting on the Lord.” Princeton Parker is a songwriter, musician, vocalist and speaker. A graduate of USC with a B.A. in communication, Princeton is the founder and CEO of Building Without a Blueprint, an organization that helps mentor young leaders in high school and college who are pursuing their purpose. He is also a member of the Speakers Resource Group, a panel of celebrities and speakers who mentor students at the annual Disney Dreamer’s Academy. Today, Princeton performs “Days of Elijah” (Don Marsh; Robin Mark). He is joined by backup singers Raffia Thomas, LaNiece McKay and Nicole Thompson, and is accompanied by Dr. Marc

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Enduring the Crucible

Pastor Bobby reminds us that when we truly know Christ, we are transformed from the inside out. We become people who love others, hear God’s voice, and pray with real power. When we’re filled with the Holy Spirit, we want the things God wants, and we’re willing to go wherever He calls us with today’s message: “Enduring the Crucible.” Dallas Jenkins is a television and film director and producer who has dedicated his career to creating faith-based programming. He is devoted to showcasing family-friendly entertainment and has worked on a number of feature-length and short films. His current project is the television series The Chosen, which chronicles the life of Jesus through the eyes of those who knew Him. Voices of Hope Children’s Choir, directed by Sarah Grandpre, goes virtual and performs “Oh Happy Day!” (Edwin Hawkins; Edward Francis Rimbault). This group of 1st through 10th grade children is a

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Courage is for Others

Pastor Bobby teaches that when we learn God’s ways, we can walk every moment in the unhurried rhythms of grace. As our lives become more than the hustle and bustle of everyday, we’re set free from pride and filled with forgiveness. Today’s message: “Courage is for Others” Chris and Nik Nikic are a father and son who co-wrote the new book, 1% Better: Reaching My Full Potential and How You Can Too. Last year, Chris became the first person with Down syndrome to finish an Ironman Triathlon, and his story is inspired by a commitment to getting just 1% better each day. His encouragement is that whether training for a triathlon, improving relationships, or working toward goals and dreams, we can accomplish anything when we make slow and steady progress. Terron Brooks is an actor, singer/songwriter from Southern California. A veteran in the entertainment industry, Terron has had the pleasure of performing with

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