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Pastor Bobby’s encouragement for you today is to build your life around God’s love for you, and in that love, you will develop a thick skin that allows you to do better and succeed more in life. Today’s message: “The Thick Skin of the Beloved.”

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty” (Lobe Den Herren; arr: Dan Forrest). The choir is accompanied by Dr. Philip Hoch on piano, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.

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 “Amen” (Anthony J. Brown). He is joined by backup singers Charlean Carmon, Kenya Hathaway and Jason Morales, and is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

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. Today, brother Princeton Parker joins Preston on “See the Light” (Geoffrey Golden; Isaiah Templeton; Travis Greene). They are joined by backup singers Charlean Carmon, Kenya Hathaway and Jason Morales, and are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloist Anna Crumley performs “I Shall Not Want” (Heather Sorenson). The choir is accompanied by Leonard Hayes on the piano, and the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “E’en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come” (Paul Manz).

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