Grow Spiritually

Once you receive Christ as your Savior, you get to grow in new life and freedom found only in Him.

GET BAPTIZED

Your decision to follow Jesus Christ as your personal Savior is the most important decision you have ever made in your life! After salvation, the Bible commands us to be baptized in water – like Jesus was.
Our next baptisms will take place on september 26th at 6 PM

Get Connected Through Growth Track

Discover your purpose and to grow in all that God has for you. Growth Track is made up of four classes. Our hope is that you feel

1) Connected to our church

2) Equipped to grow

3) Enlightened of your purpose

4) Ready to make a difference.

Complete Growth Track in one day!

Saturday, September 21st, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Light breakfast will be served at 8:30 am | Childcare provided.

Growth Track | Fast Track is where we take the content from all 4 weeks and condense it into three hours.  WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND GROWTH TRACK | FAST TRACK?  Convenience — For those who can attend on a Saturday

Growth Track is a basic introduction to our Northplace church family.  You will have the opportunity to connect to the church as you learn more about our vision and values. It also provides a chance to connect your unique spiritual gifts to a ministry team and make a difference in the lives of others.  Whether you’re  wanting to find out more about our church or you’re looking for your next step in how to be a part of our Northplace family…it’s all in one day!

One registration per person.

DAILY DEVOTIONALS TO GET YOU STARTED

 

Our 10 day devotional is designed to help you grow in faith and your relationship with Jesus through Gods word. 

Spiritual growth RESOURCES

 

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Sermon series just for you

Here are some sermon series that will help you grow in your spiritual journey. In “Daniel” and “Authentic Christianity” will allow you to experience and hear teaching on what real authentic Christianity is, versus cultural Christianity. In “Prodigal God” you will delve into a 6 part study on the grace of God for us. In “US,” you will get an opportunity to hear about the Northplace DNA. Also, one of the most important sermon series included is ‘The Nudge – Hearing the Voice of God’ with practical ways to help you discern God’s will.

Bryan Jarrett - July 15, 2018

Prodigal God - A Reckless Invitation

Landmarks and boundary stones were big pieces of ancient Jewish life. Most often there were just what their name suggests…similar to our surveying stakes they marked property lines…and the wisdom writer is suggesting that future generations not mess with the clear boundaries that have well been established by their forefathers…it’s a slippery slope that leads to conflict and confusion. Sometimes, those landmarks were memorials that had been set up by previous generations to mark a place that God did something special among his people. They were reminders of a divine visitation or supernatural deliverance…and when future generations would pass by those ancient landmarks, parents could testify to their children of God’s power and faithfulness and pass their faith on to the next generation. Today is one of those days for Northplace Church. As we journey together, we have intentionally journeyed into this conversation to point you to an incredible landmark in Northplace’s history. About 10 years ago, I was given a book by Tim Keller called The Prodigal God. It’s a study of Jesus’ parable that we grew up calling The Parable of the Prodigal Son. This little book has had more impact on my life than any other book outside the bible. It so deeply transformed me that I had to find a way to have a similar conversation with the church. I wanted what God was doing in my to happen in the church. So we launched a small group campaign around the study. I didn’t want to just teach it on the weekend, I want the church to be immersed in a study of this parable throughout the week. This was the basically the beginning of our small group ministry almost a decade. The first time we ever got together in a church wide effort to study scripture together in homes was the study around this parable almost 10 years ago. I knew going into it that it was going to be a strategic moment in the history of our church because I had been shaken to the core…but I don’t think I realized at the time how much it transformed us. Standing from this vantage point…10 years later and looking back…I can clearly see that those 6 weeks in 2009 were the tipping point that formed Northplace Church into what it is today. Our understanding of the grace of God, our belief in the extravagant love of God, our heart for people who don’t know Jesus, our passion for the least, the last and the lost, forgotten people in forgotten places…all has its roots that go back to that original study of this parable. The words we use in our corporate language and the unique culture of this church were forged in that study

From Series: "Prodigal God"

Landmarks and boundary stones were big pieces of ancient Jewish life. Most often there were just what their name suggests…similar to our surveying stakes they marked property lines…and the wisdom writer is suggesting that future generations not mess with the clear boundaries that have well been established by their forefathers…it’s a slippery slope that leads to conflict and confusion. Sometimes, those landmarks were memorials that had been set up by previous generations to mark a place that God did something special among his people. They were reminders of a divine visitation or supernatural deliverance…and when future generations would pass by those ancient landmarks, parents could testify to their children of God’s power and faithfulness and pass their faith on to the next generation. Today is one of those days for Northplace Church. As we journey together, we have intentionally journeyed into this conversation to point you to an incredible landmark in Northplace’s history. About 10 years ago, I was given a book by Tim Keller called The Prodigal God. It’s a study of Jesus’ parable that we grew up calling The Parable of the Prodigal Son. This little book has had more impact on my life than any other book outside the bible. It so deeply transformed me that I had to find a way to have a similar conversation with the church. I wanted what God was doing in my to happen in the church. So we launched a small group campaign around the study. I didn’t want to just teach it on the weekend, I want the church to be immersed in a study of this parable throughout the week. This was the basically the beginning of our small group ministry almost a decade. The first time we ever got together in a church wide effort to study scripture together in homes was the study around this parable almost 10 years ago. I knew going into it that it was going to be a strategic moment in the history of our church because I had been shaken to the core…but I don’t think I realized at the time how much it transformed us. Standing from this vantage point…10 years later and looking back…I can clearly see that those 6 weeks in 2009 were the tipping point that formed Northplace Church into what it is today. Our understanding of the grace of God, our belief in the extravagant love of God, our heart for people who don’t know Jesus, our passion for the least, the last and the lost, forgotten people in forgotten places…all has its roots that go back to that original study of this parable. The words we use in our corporate language and the unique culture of this church were forged in that study

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Northplace Church

2800 Pleasant Valley Rd,
Sachse, TX 75048
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