Pastor Bobby Schuller welcomes everyone to our new home with the message entitled "Trusting the Goodness of God" at Irvine Presbyterian Church on Sunday March 25, 2018.
This week we are reminded to trust the process, and to check our ego at the door. Because if you want Christ to save you, you also need to trust that He is going to change your heart. Letting Jesus lead your life is the best thing that could ever happen to you.
Pastor Bobby Schuller presents his message "Stepping Out In Faith" at Shepherd's Grove on Sunday March 18, 2018.
As this is our last Sunday worshiping at Shepherd's Grove in Garden Grove, California, we are reminded to trust God's power daily. After 5 years, our congregation is ready to cross over into our new home, Irvine Presbyterian Church, and merge with our new brothers and sisters. We may encounter obstacles, but as we step out in faith, we will arrive in the Promised Land together and continue to grow.
Pastor Bobby Schuller presents his message entitled "We Are a Spiritual Family" on Sunday March 11, 2018.
As we prepare for our coming move to Irvine Presbyterian Church, Bobby encourages us to be patient, free from ego, and willing to do the little things. Christ shines through our imperfections, and while every step of this move may not be perfect, sticking together as a spiritual family will make it all worth while, because God will be there with us every step of the way.
This week, we welcome the newly-appointed interim pastor of Irvine Presbyterian Church, Tim McCalmont, to Shepherd's Grove on Sunday March 4, 2018. Before retiring, Tim served for 23 years as the lead pastor at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant in Costa Mesa. He has been a pastor for over 40 years, and currently serves as a moderator for the Syria-Lebanon partnership network. This network has helped build 6 schools for children who live in Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon.
Pastor Tim walks us through Rembrandt's painting, "The Storm on the Sea of Galilee." He reminds us that God is always at work, whether or not it is obvious to us. Rather than lashing out in terror, we should find God's settling influence, and let faith triumph over fear.