Messages @ SP

Jesus centered, Bible-based, Real life Sermons

We believe in God's power to change lives, your life and our lives.  God works through the Bible preached to strengthen, to help, to encourage, to teach and to challenge us.

You are invited to be with us this Sunday @ 10:30 am in Worship.

We meet in the Family Life Center (largest building on campus).

Current Series

The Names of Jesus

How might knowing the Names of Jesus, build you up in your faith, your prayer and your life?  Don't miss this powerful series, from 1st Peter, in the New Testament, Sundays at 10:30 am at Sandy Plains.

The Names of God

How might the Names of God impact you for better prayer and Christian understanding of our living God?  Check out this series for insight and help in your Christian walk.

Next Gen Christian

What is your role in imparting the Christian faith to another generation?  Let this series challenge and encourage you, on practical steps to be a part of that important work.

Home Improvement

Join us as we go through the Book of Joshua and seek practical wisdom and principles for parenting and grand-parenting today.  See you Sundays at 10:30 am in worship!

Easter Lead Up

Getting ready for Easter means keeping our identity in Jesus, and not in other things, and certainly not in fake or mere cultural religion.  This message helps you as a Christian seeking to honor God at Easter season.

Spiritual Warfare - How to Win

This world has both a seen and unseen component to it.  As Christians we need to be aware of how to win in spiritual warfare.  Check out this series for insight, out of what the Apostle Paul wrote in Ephesians chapter six.

2018: The Right Place, The Right Time

In 2018, God's Word helps remind you that you can be in the Right Place at the Right Time, or the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time.  To stay on the right track, check out this series from 2nd Samuel.

Joy That Really Works: Christmas E.Q.

This series covers a range of emotions that we can bring under obedience of faith to Jesus as we encounter the pressures of the busy Christmas season and New Year.

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