Pastor Bobby teaches that when you feel a strong enemy or a strong challenge coming into your life, God is going to send an even stronger friend into your life to help you through it. Today’s message: “Strong Friends for Strong Enemies.”
Mattie Jackson Selecman is an author and founder of the non-profit organization, NaSHEville, which aims to help women and children in need. Her new book, Lemons on Friday: Trusting God Through My Greatest Heartbreak, tells the story of how she lost her husband, Ben, in their first year of marriage. Through her story, she wants to encourage others that faith is still worth holding on to, even when our prayers aren’t always answered.
Voices of Hope Children’s Choir high school students, directed by Sarah Grandpre, perform live in service, “Hold On To Me” (Lauren Ashley Daigle; Paul Brendon Mabury; Paul T Duncan) and Preston Parker joins the group on “I Smile” (Kirk Franklin; James Harris III; Terry Lewis; Fred Tackett). They are accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra. Voices of Hope is made up of 1st through 10th grade children and is a professional youth choral program which offers musical excellence and a performance experience in a safe and supportive Christian environment.
Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “Come to Me” (Susan Caudill). The choir is accompanied by Susan Caudill on piano and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.