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Bobby Schuller

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Now displaying: October, 2020
Oct 26, 2020

Pastor Bobby continues the sermon series, "Milk and Honey," with the message "Milk & Honey: Favor Wins in the Long Run" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday October 25, 2020.

Through prayer, not only can we ask God for what we need but also for what we desire because He wants to bless us. God wants to show us favor. May we ask God for His favor so that we can live a blessed life.

Oct 19, 2020

Pastor Bobby begins a new sermon series, "Milk and Honey," with the message "Milk & Honey: Sow Into the Land" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday October 18, 2020.

God wants us to prosper. He wants to bless us so that we can be a blessing to our neighbor. May we embrace God's many blessings as we bless other in return.

Oct 12, 2020

Pastor Bobby gives the message "The Standing Stones" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday October 11, 2020.

All of us have a desire to make an impact and be remembered. And when we choose to live our lives for God and others, our lives become standing stones, one worth remembering. May we choose Jesus today and live to glorify Him. 

Oct 5, 2020

Pastor Bobby gives the message "God Has a New Address" at Shepherd's Grove Presbyterian Church on Sunday October 4, 2020.

God lives in us. We are His temple, and sometimes He allows us to go through suffering to make us into who He wants us to be, so other people might see more of Him in us. May we continue to shine His light, even as we endure suffering.

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