Pastor Bobby continues his sermon series entitled “God’s Names for His Children.” In the Bible are more than 600 names that God gives to His children, all with special and unique meanings. Pastor Bobby teaches that discipleship is the inheritance of freedom we receive by leaving the old names that others have given us and living in a new name from God. Today’s message: “You Shall be Called Israel.”
Hour of Power 50th Anniversary Clip – This montage of segments covers several years of Hour of Power programs, including guest choirs, interview and musical guests, flag raising and a visit from an eagle.
Wendi Lou Lee is best known for her role as Baby Grace on the television show, “Little House on the Prairie.” In 2015, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. While she recovered, she discovered who God truly created her to be, and used her trials to share God’s goodness in her life. Her new book, A Prairie Devotional connects her life stories with the spiritual life lessons of “Little House on the Prairie.” Her devotional is available wherever books are sold.
Nita Whitaker is a singer and songwriter. Having performed on stage, as well as big and small screen, Nita’s talent and humor continues to find new avenues to be expressed. She has co-produced four independent CD’s, been a guest performer at The Freedom Awards, and has sung duets with Andrea Bocelli and Michael Bolton. Her music is available on I-Tunes and Amazon. Today, Nita performs “The Lord’s Prayer” (comp: Albert Hay Malotte; adapt & orch: Johnnie Carl), and is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Nita is joined by daughters Skye and Liisi LaFontaine to perform “My Tribute” (comp: Andrae Crouch; adapt & orch: M. Riley). The trio is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “My Song in the Night” (comp: American Folk Hymn; arr: Mack Wilberg). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Opening Hymn: “For the Beauty of the Earth” (comp: Folliott S. Pierpoint; adapt: Conrad Kocher; arr: Z. Marasovich)
Closing Hymn: “Majesty” (comp: Jack Hayford; arr & orch: J. Carl)