@pastordudley

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    • Call, pray, reach, long, look and focus on the Lord!!!!!!! He will be near to you!!!!! #thelord #jesus #lifupjesus #hopeforall Thank you to @upwardfocus for post.
    • Loved hanging with @flavoru and @cjpaul14 last night cheering for @cp3 and @justholla7.  #clippernation #knicksnation
    • Excited for the launch of the @the365movement in the hopes that many people find Jesus!  Jesus is our Salvation. People need Jesus!  You have tried everything else.  Try Jesus and you will never be the same!
    • Hey @globalhooper and @bonecollector6 and @cp3 and @reggiemillertnt and @markjackson when are you going to come cycling with the @shepherdchurch @shepherd_sports cycling club! #hoopsandcycling #tallpeopleridetoo
    • Thanks to those who came out to my Birthday Ride!  It was tooooo much fun.  And thanks to Bob Graf for the cake!  Love you all!  #birthday #cycling #chocolatecake #perrys #shepherdsports
    • I am just going to go ahead and PLAN on SEEING YOU in church this weekend @shepherdchurch.  Week number 2 of Three days that changed the World.  #threedaysthatchangedtheworld #hopeforall #iloveyou
    • Really, another perfect reason to live in California!  Thank you Lord for ALL your blessing! #holyguacamole
    • Three days that changed the world!  Studying through Mark 14,15 and 16 leading up to Easter.  One week down, five to go!  I actually feel sorry for people who missed church yesterday.  #trudat thanks to @chokolatta_coffee for your photo and your chokolatta!
    • Love this and all photos from @clb._photo.  Follow him on Instagram and be blessed.  #talent #shepherdchurch #photooftheday
    • Next!!!!!!!! Starting this weekend!  Mark 14,15 and 16.  #3days

From Dudley's Desk

Calming Your Storm

Recently we had the biggest storm in five years in Southern California. Almost 10 inches of relentless rain fell in one day, along with high winds and flooding in several areas. It’s hard to imagine a storm like this would have been possible in our sunny city, but once you’re in the midst of it, it can seem like there is no end in sight. You may wonder if the storm will ever end. Perhaps…

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Hope for All

If you’ve spent much time in California during the past few years, you know how desperate we’ve been for rain. Thankfully, the long-awaited downpour we’ve had this winter seems to have quenched our state’s five-year dry spell. We needed the rain because our land is dry and thirsty. This is true spiritually for our state—and our entire nation as well. We are a dry and thirsty land spiritually. We have the highest percentage of people…

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