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The Chutzpah of a Shepherd

September 13, 2020

Pastor Bobby continues the sermon series entitled “Ye of Little Chutzpah.” In this series on faith, Pastor Bobby will teach that during this tough time we can be bold people who do great things for God. Today’s message: “The Chutzpah of a Shepherd”

Ryan Ellis is a musician, songwriter, and worship leader from Orange County, California. He discovered a love for the arts at a young age, and after five years of service with the U.S. Navy, he became a worship pastor. A gifted songwriter, Ryan has composed tunes for Chris Tomlin and Matt Redman, has won an ASCAP award, and been nominated for a Dove Award. In 2019, he released dual albums, “Lyfe” and “Rysponse,” and today he continues to actively lead worship.

Today, Ryan performs “Simple Truth” (comp: Mack Brock; Chris McClarney; Ryan Ellis; Nate Moore) and “Living Hope” (comp: Brian Johnson; Phil Wickham; orch: M. Riley). Ryan is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Hour of Power 50th Anniversary Clip – On October 25, 2015, Pastor Bobby interviewed Lisa Osteen-Comes. This interview aired in Hour of Power program #2386.

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “Glory” (comp: Rimsky-Korsakov). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on organ and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

2 Responses

  1. Dear Pastor Bobby Schuler, This sermon you did today and your remarks afterwards were very meaningful to me. I have a lot of health issues that I have been dealing with for several years. I just turned 84 in August and for the past two months I have been very fatigued, more than usual for my age. Blood work showed that a Upper GI/Colonoscopy test needs to be done since I am bleeding internally. I am scheduled for Oct. 1st. Until then I am trying to remain calm and positive and follow the Beloved Creed. I have already lost a husband and two of my children and I have been watching Hour of Power for over 40 years. I get so much positive strength after watching the weekly broadcast. Keep doing what you are doing.

  2. I am in Mississippi and love your services on TBN on Sat night. . I lived in this city of Tupelo Ms (Elvis’ birthplace) for 14 years now and cannot find a church home like your style, my style. . Thank you for sharing your church services in TV & online before and during this COVID. Tonight, I thought I was sitting right there where the selection of David and the battle with Goliath took place!!! I’m 62, and I was like a kid on the front row if story time with the best story teller ever. Pretty much each week, I can place myself in the messages. Thank you for them relating them to life and how we can understand and know that God works in our lives,,even when we don’t see it….. yet!! Bro. Bobby, you and Hannah a really such a blessing to me !! ( I even looked at real estate in your city and thought I would love to be there to attend and be a part of your church and choir. ) I also have not found a choir here that sings like your choir , and like I was able to in other cities I lived in younger years. The choir blesses my socks off and if I know the song, I’m right along with them when they do the special music!! I worship so much more without the contemporary music of today.
    So… again , thank you and thanks for coming across on TBN for your services and seeing you on “Praise”, interviewing Christian authors and speakers !! Tell the choir that “ they rock!” Paula Ainsworth Phil 1:6

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