Guest speaker Tony Campolo takes the stage at Shepherd’s Grove on November 26, 2017.
Tony Campolo is an American sociologist, public speaker, and pastor. He is known as a commentator on various political, spiritual, and social issues. We are tremendously pleased to welcome him back.
This week, Tony speaks about becoming who you are meant to be. Through faith, you can achieve your highest potential. And through this, be careful when you condemn others as well as yourself. We are called to lift people up; to put them back together again. None of us are perfect, and there is always something left to love.
Learn more about Tony Campolo's work at tonycampolo.org.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “As a Man Thinketh” with the message “Serenity in the Love of God” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday November 19, 2017.
How can we let go of the need to prove ourselves? One of the things that distracts us from leading joyful, tranquil lives is reputation management. However, Bobby reminds us that pleasing God with our lives is more than enough. You don't need money or the approval of others to have peace of mind. You can have serenity of mind right now simply by remembering that God loves you, and that will never change.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “As a Man Thinketh” with the message “Fresh Vision” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday November 12, 2017.
Faith is a daily trust that God can do the impossible in your life. He requires only small faith to do amazing things. And by being a person of faith, you can be a person of vision. Become a "what if" person, and your possibilities will be endless in the Kingdom of God.
Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series “As a Man Thinketh” with the message “Serenity” at Shepherd’s Grove on Sunday October 29, 2017.
How can you experience serenity wherever you are? Clearing your mind and acquiring a sense of tranquility will make you closer to yourself and others. You will be able to hear the soft whisper of God's voice more clearly. Find that non-anxious presence, and receive the Kingdom of God without worry.