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The Cross of Generosity

March 29, 2020

Pastor Bobby continues the sermon series entitled “Take Up Your Cross.” In this series, Pastor Bobby will teach on the various crosses in life we have to bear, but that in Christianity we believe there is no cross without a resurrection. Today’s message: “The Cross of Generosity.”

Hour of Power 50th Anniversary Clip – Today’s montage includes clips of Ed Arnold throughout his 50 years with the Hour of Power.

Ed Arnold is a renowned broadcaster and sportscaster whose career has spanned over five decades, working for KTLA, KABC and KOCE-TV. He was also a founding board member of the California Special Olympics and has been an integral part of the Hour of Power broadcast for 50 years.

Hour of Power Men’s Ensemble is a group of six men from the Hour of Power Choir: Sam Capella, Rory Deming, Sal Malaki, Todd Strange, Abdiel Gonzalez and Jackson McDonald. Today they perform “Sh’ma Yis’ra’el” (Traditional Jewish; arr: Six13).

Preston Parker is a reoccurring worship leader here at Hour of Power and has toured and performed with numerous choirs and organizations locally and internationally. He has also been featured performing on shows like The Oscars and The Ellen DeGeneres show. Sam Capella is a California native born in Los Angeles and raised in Fontana, California. He studied voice at Riverside City College and Cal State University, Long Beach. Samuel is currently a member of Pacific Chorale, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Tonality, and the Hour of Power Choir. Today, Preston and Sam perform “Psalm 34” (comp: Shane Barnard; adapt & orch: M. Riley). 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.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” (comp: Gilbert Martin). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

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  1. I am confused about the televised services. If the services are all online why is there an audience and people being told not to shake hands?

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