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Yahweh Raah: I am your Shepherd. You can trust me.

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.

Yahweh Shammah: I am There. I will never leave you

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.

Yahweh Shalom: I am the Lord Your Peace.

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.

Yahweh Yireh: I am your Provider: You will have what you need.

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.

Yahweh Bore: I am your Creator. You are my sons and daughters.

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.

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Palm Sunday

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.

Live, Love, and Lift Yourself and Others

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series on faith called “The Ten Commandments” with the message “Live, Love, and Lift Yourself and Others” at Shepherd’s Grove on October 2, 2016.

Do you know the Ten Commandments? How about which comes first? In this new series, Bobby guides us in taking a good, hard look at each of the Commandments, and at what they mean for us today.

This week, Bobby speaks on the Sixth Commandment:

Thou shalt not murder

Tap Into the Power of your Roots

Pastor Bobby Schuller continues his series on faith called “The Ten Commandments” with the message “Reclaiming the Name of God” at Shepherd’s Grove on September 25, 2016.

Do you know the Ten Commandments? How about which comes first? In this new series, Bobby guides us in taking a good, hard look at each of the Commandments, and at what they mean for us today.

This week, Bobby speaks on the Fifth Commandment:

Honor your Father and Mother