Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “As a Man Thinketh” with the message “Thought and Purpose to Achievement” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday August 20, 2017.
This week, Pastor Bobby reminds us that successful people foster the kinds of thoughts that lead to an achieving life. A life of achievement is not the result of your environment, luck, or fairness. Additionally, blaming anyone or anything will only lead to more bitterness. Life, as a whole, is not always going to be fair. You will confront bullies, enemies, and adversaries. These are challenges that you can overcome simply by allowing these negative opinions to roll right off your back, and moving on from them without fostering blame. You are not too "anything" to not do what you are called to do. With God on your side, you can achieve anything.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series "As a Man Thinketh" with the message "Thought as Spiritual and Physical Health" at Shepherd's Grove on Sunday August 13, 2017.
This week, Pastor Bobby reminds us of the intense connection between our mind and body. If you want to change your life, the first step towards manifestation is changing your thoughts for the better. Believe you can create a great life for yourself by creating more positive thoughts. Have faith in your ability to change your world! A healthy mind, always, ALWAYS, leads to a healthy life. It's the order of the universe.
Pastor Bobby Schuller begins his new series "As a Man Thinketh" with the message "As A Man Thinketh, So Is He (Or She)" at Shepherd's Grove on Sunday August 6, 2017.
This week, Pastor Bobby reminds us that good thoughts bear good fruit. Therefore, if you want to change your circumstances, you must change your thoughts. Many of us focus more on the effect, not the root of each circumstance. You are full of possibility, and you are in control. The world needs wisdom. And YOU have the power to offer this through the Word of God, and through strong positive thoughts.
On Sunday July 30, 2017 at Shepherds Grove, Pastor Bobby Schuller speaks about the importance of walking by faith. Your life is not limited to what you are currently experiencing. The more you can see, the more you can be.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “Our Deepest Need” with the message “Be the First: Forgive and Be Forgiven” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday July 23, 2017.
This week, Bobby reminds us that we must, must, must forgive. That's not to say it will come easily. By forgiving, we lift the burden of harboring such negative feelings, and can move forward to greater things!
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “Our Deepest Need” with the message “Be There: Being Present and Responsible” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday July 16, 2017.
This week, Bobby reminds us that as Christians, one of the best ways to bond with God is through people. Every one of us is high maintenance, and no one can maintain themselves. There are people in this world who love you, and you should love them back, because you need them. The people who accept you for your imperfections and flaws, and choose to love you anyway, that is the deepest form of bonding. Believe you are wanted, believe you are not a burden, and go deeper. It will transform your life.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “Our Deepest Need” with the message “Be Generous: Find a Need and Fill It” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday July 9, 2017.
With this message, Bobby reminds us that our relationship with God cannot be separated from our relationships with other people. And the best way to love Jesus is to love the people He has given you. We are all high-maintenance individuals, but the more significant thing we can do to tend to our relationship with God is to serve others. This week, ask a loved one, "What's the greatest need you have from me that I'm not giving you?" Try not to be offended by the answer, but rather respond with compassion.
Pastor Bobby Schuller begins his new series "Our Deepest Need" with the message "Be Seen: You Can Trust Others" at Shepherd's Grove on Sunday July 2, 2017.
In a world seemingly filled with emptiness and boredom through social media and other forms of technology, it is difficult to distinguish whether this is helping or hurting our connection with one another. How can we bond with each other in a more genuine way?
The greatest barrier that blocks us from bonding with others is the belief that there's something about our lives that isn't lovable, causing us to hide it. Pastor Bobby reminds us that the deepest needs that we may feel inclined to hide, are the things that deserve to be shared and loved the most. In order to be loved deeply, you have to be seen deeply.
On Sunday June 25, 2017 at Shepherds Grove, Pastor Chad Blake speaks about the importance of maintaining passion at the core of our lives. To live a fruitful life, it is also crucial to find the strength to alleviate the shame and guilt that keeps us from living out our passion
Pastor Bobby Schuller concludes his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Tsidkenu: I am your Righteousness” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday June 18, 2017.
This week's message is "I am your Righteousness." With this message, Bobby helps us reinforce one idea: God is for us, not against us. We should not feel shameful toward our imperfections, because those are the very aspects that God loves. He isn't looking for perfect people, He's looking for someone like you--someone who has faith. That is all that God asks for. So let go and have faith, because God is so proud of you.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Rapha: I am your Healer. You will be well” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday June 11, 2017.
This week's message is "I am your Healer." Everywhere He goes, all God does is heal. There is no tragedy God cannot redeem. Bobby reminds us that if you have not received the miracle that you have asked of God, it is simply because God has a better plan in store. Heaven is within you, and it is released through faith. Believe in your miracle!
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Tsebaoth: I am the Lord Almighty” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday June 4, 2017.
This week's message is "The Lord of Armies". Pastor Bobby reminds us that God is loving, but God is tough. And when tough times come, it's good to feel vulnerable about it, and to feel whatever it is you need to feel. Despite human evil, God is always at work in your life, encouraging you to fight through hardships. The worst thing you can believe is that you're fighting alone. God wants you to sing your song of victory, so do not give up the fight!
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Nissi: I am your Banner. You are the victor” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday May 28, 2017.
This week's message is "I am the Lord, your Banner". God is the banner, which is the sign of victory. Pastor Bobby reminds us that, no matter how tough your struggle, you should hold your ground and keep moving forward; God will lead you to your triumph. The greater your struggle, the greater your calling. So keep your chin up and your head held high, because God will endure, and He will endure for you.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Raah: I am your Shepherd. You can trust me” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday May 21, 2017.
In this message, Bobby explains the meaning of "I am the Lord your shepherd". We are all His sheep, and God cares deeply for us and will defend us. At all times, you have someone with you to help you through every hardship you face. God is on your side, and He will shepherd you to victory. Believe in God's blessing, and He will get you to your destiny.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Shammah: I am There. I will never leave you” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday May 14, 2017.
In this message, Bobby reminds us that when we suffer, we do not need to suffer alone. No matter what you do, there is nothing you could have done that could outrun the love and grace of God. Stress, as well, does not need to be dealt with alone. Rather, stress is better when it is shared with your loved ones, who know you deserve love and patience. We are encouraged to have a positive view on stress so that we may develop heightened awareness, a greater appreciation for life, and a closer relationship with God.
Pastor Chad Blake continues the series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Shalom: I am the Lord Your Peace” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday May 7, 2017.
In this message, Pastor Chad uses his own experience of searching for a sign from God as he was placed on the path to becoming a pastor. The term "Shalom" suggests wholeness, security, and peace. Shalom is the absence of war. Shalom is finding peace and tranquility within ourselves so that we may be able to call attention to God's signs when they appear, however subtle. May we encounter Shalom through every step we make, so that we may put God's character on display.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Yireh: I am your Provider: You will have what you need” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday April 30, 2017.
God will provide.
This week, Bobby encourages you to think even bigger, pray even bigger, because God wants your life to be full of blessings. In today's society, the common desire for instant gratification is training us to be out of sync with God's world. However, it is crucial to remember that God is going to bless you so that you can be a blessing to others. His delays are NOT his denials -- your miracle is waiting.
Pastor Bobby Schuller begins his new series “I Am” with the message “Yahweh Bore: I am your Creator. You are my sons and daughters” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday April 23, 2017.
In this message, Bobby inspires us to find our life's purpose within the expansive purpose of the world. The enemy of finding our purpose is shame--we mustn't lose sight of our loving intention to co-create with one another, and with God. Let us not overthink our purpose, but rather go forth with faith and love.
He is risen! On Sunday, April 16, 2017, Pastor Bobby and our congregation rejoiced in the wonders of bringing things back to life by faith. Easter is the anchor of hope for every believer, and on Easter of all days, we are called to abandon our fear of death. We are reminded of how much joy has been made available to us, since heaven has opened. You belong, you have a family, come home.
On Palm Sunday, April 9, 2017, Pastor Bobby focuses his message on courage. Being a human being requires an extraordinary amount of courage, and all it takes for you to conquer your fears is one small step. The will to make that one single step in the direction whatever you are afraid of is purely living a life for God. Bobby encourages us not to allow fear to dictate our lives, because fear cannot take away the one thing that all of us have: choice.
Pastor Chad Blake shares his message entitled "The Great Sculptor" by asking how we picture God, because our attitude towards him is determinate upon this mental image. If God is for us, then who can be against us?
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Your Secret Life Matters Most” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday March 26, 2017.
In this message, Bobby advises us to manifest vulnerability as a quiet, dignified strength. Within this theme, Bobby also differentiates humility and shame, to encourage us not to confuse one for the other. There is tremendous strength in being rooted in humility and being at peace with your imperfections. You have value. So make a commitment to abandon your shame and be vulnerable with your life.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Gratitude and Joy” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday March 19, 2017.
In this message, Bobby reminds us that a grateful heart is a magnet for miracles. By viewing each hurdle and obstacle as a blessing, you will be able to look at your life in an entirely new light. Rather than looking upon your past with regret, learn to accept each decision as a part of what makes you strengthened in the present. Because the more grateful you are, the better the future you're preparing for yourself.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Sufficiency and Generosity” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday March 12, 2017.
This week, Bobby encourages us to be generous. Generosity practiced in faith can cause anyone to feel wealthy. Do you need an opportunity in life? Transcend your problems and help others succeed. When following God, wealth is not simply defined by monetary gains. Rather it can be measured by wisdom, knowledge, character, and benevolence. Give something away to someone in need, so that you can hear the Lord say to you, "come follow me."
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “The Narrow Road: How To Be Alive” with the message “Don't Worry-It Will Be Okay” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday March 5, 2017.
It's easy to become swept up in the anxieties of our every day, but Bobby reminds us this week to slow down, let our anxieties go, and give them to God. Training your eyes to see what's good, and not dwelling on the negative things that may happen can be tricky. But simply by walking in the strength of faith, anything is possible. Life is too beautiful to worry about the little things. Let go, trust, and live in the easy rhythms of grace. That is a good life.