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.