Pastor Bobby challenges us to remember the people who have had the greatest impact on us; those who set out to encourage, love, lift up their neighbors, help others, and inspire a group to get behind a cause, with his message, “Spiritual Parenting.”
Karen Ehman is a speaker and an author who has written over a dozen books and study guides in the past twenty years. She frequently addresses topics that are overlooked but are vital to Christian living. Her newest book, When Making Others Happy is Making You Miserable: How to Break the Pattern of People Pleasing and Confidently Live Your Life, looks at how constantly saying “yes” to others can stand in the way of saying “yes” to God and His greater plan and purpose.
Sarah Grandpre and Connor Smith perform, “Psalm 23: Surely Goodness, Surely Mercy” (Shane Barnard; adapt & orch M. Riley). 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, composer and member of the Hour of Power Choir. They are accompanied by the Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.
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 uplift others through music. Throughout her life, she’s had the wonderful opportunity of singing for a host of organizations, ministries and events, and is happy to join the Hour of Power worship experience. Today, Jennifer performs, “Goodness of God” (Jason Ingram; Brian Johnson; Ed Cash; Ben Fielding; Jenn Johnson). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “Mother of God, Here I Stand” (John Tavener).