Messages @ SP

Jesus pursuing, Bible-based, Real Life Sermons

We believe in God's power to change lives.  God works through the Bible to strengthen, to help, to encourage, to teach, and to challenge you and me.

Our hope is you find that in these messages, and open up the truth and love of God in your life from the Bible each week in worship. 

You are invited to be with us, for authentic, Bible-based, Jesus-honoring worship this Sunday @ 10:30 am.

We meet in the Family Life Center (largest building at Sandy Plains, we outgrew the chapel).  No matter where you are in your Christian life or thinking of following Jesus, we would love to meet you & encourage you!

Current Series

Christmas: God's Solutions to Our Problems

How might the coming of the Son of God in the flesh, impact and guide and challenge your life today?  Don't miss this sermon series that seeks to let the Savior make us who we need to be and get us where we need to be.

Mothers Day Messages

The Bible relays you and I should give honor to whom honor is due.  So on Mother's Day, following the lead of Apostle's like Paul, in Romans 16, we can give honor to spiritual moms/moms.  Check out these messages for more info.

O How He Loves Us

When it comes to God's love, the depths of it give us assurance, hope, and a future.  Check out this series on the ways God has loved us by sending His Son Jesus.

Relationship Tune Up

The series Relationship Tune Up covers God's truth practically for your marriage, engagement, parenting and more!  It is in core truths from Genesis 1-2 and 1st Thessalonians to give you perspective in relationships.

Who's in That House?

When it comes to biblical hospitality, Paul's letter to the Thessalonians yields some great spiritual truth.  Check this out to practice mission at church and at home.

Bye, Bye Hectic Christmas

Don't let any Christmas season zoom by in a hectic way.  Get the peace of God from applying who Christ Jesus is for a Christmas season.  This is a study in prophecies from Isaiah the prophet.

Shepherding

Jesus loves to use the image of the Good Shepherd.  So it helps to understand that relationship, so that we as sheep of the great Shepherd Jesus, know about our walk with Jesus, about church and under-shepherds.  From Psalm 23 and John 10.

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