Wanting to connect with some other couples, Mike and Michelle started a small group in their home. Now, those couples have become life-changing friends who are walking with them through the seasons of life.
In this SBC blog post, our Outreach Pastor shares how the local Church is responding, and even growing stronger, through this tragedy that hit his hometown.
After the crash of the economy, Ed’s life drastically changed. But when an old acquaintance invited him to SBC, he experienced true joy and found new purpose.
We all want lives of meaning and purpose—to rise above the everyday, to make a difference and to live for something bigger. As a church, we’re seeking lives that will echo into eternity.
Please take a moment to stop and pray for those awaiting rescue and those taking risks to save them.
In this edition of the SBC Blog, our Pastor of Discipleship and Groups shares about the ingredients needed for small groups to thrive.
As a successful businesswoman, Doreen drifted from God and eventually found herself in a place she never imagined. But God turned her shame and brokenness into joy and used her to bring life and hope to others.
In this new article, our Children’s Pastor shares about the importance and timing of shaping a child’s worldview.
High school student Michael thought Christianity was about keeping a set of rules, but discovered it's a relationship with his Creator that gives him confidence and hope.
A traumatic accident dramatically changed Marc and his family's life plans. But through God's love and grace, Marc now serves and encourages others.
Larry and Maria’s family was drifting apart and living an obligated religious life until they saw a transformation in their middle-school daughter that led them to seek something more.
On a long Navy deployment, Doug felt alone, hopeless and disillusioned with his life. In his bunk one night, he opened a Bible and was changed by what he read.
Faced with a devastating loss, Doug was surprised to find peace and joy as he learned how to live above life’s circumstances in God’s strength.
After facing a life crisis, Mark got connected into a small group at SBC that has helped him grow and heal through life-giving, authentic community.
Small Groups Pastor Joe Gordon shares about his experience with joining a group and the value of building meaningful relationships with other Christ-followers.
Howard grew up Jewish but didn’t believe in God. Despite a successful career, he got involved in drug use that consumed his life until God rescued him with a message of hope.
Students Eliza and Maddy love attending Impact Junior High each week. Even as young teens, they see the value in their relationships at SBC and inviting their friends to experience God’s love at our church.
A year after she was first asked, Jenni accepted a friend’s invitation to attend MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers). What she experienced over the next few months transformed her marriage, her family and her life.
Every week at Cactus Campus, a group of up to 30 men of all ages meet to build friendships, share their struggles, and encourage each other to seek God.
We’re excited to introduce our new Executive Pastor, Scott Anderson. In this short interview, you can gain a snapshot of his background, his passion for people, and his vision for SBC.
Nick and Chelsea weren’t planning on kids yet, but God brought a surprise into their life that changed everything.
Every weekend for 30 years, Al McClain has served in SBC’S Children’s Ministry. He’s taught many generations of kids and is passionate about helping them learn the truths of the Bible.
As they share love, prayers and Jesus with the older generation, the Bubar family gains as much as they give.
We're excited to announce a new informal partnership with Phoenix Seminary as they move in down the street!
Katie’s college swimming career was just taking off when an injury sidelined her and caused her to question God’s plan. As she navigated the waters of depression and anger, God met her and gave her a new perspective.
As a Phoenix police lieutenant, husband and dad, Brian is striving to be a light for Christ and to help guarantee our freedoms.
When Greg heard Pastor Jamie’s message about need-based vs. God-based giving, his eyes were opened to how God had been leading him to find his place to serve.
Seeking to get her daughter connected at church, Lisa discovered she needed a community to help her know and follow God too. Since then, she’s discovered that being part of the church is much different than just coming to church.
Pencie missed the 1959 Olympic trials by a fraction of a second and felt like her life was over. Today, she looks back and is thankful God had a greater purpose.
New to the area and lonely, Jamie responded to a neighbor’s invitation to visit our church. Hear her story of how God used it to transform her family's future.