Sandy Point Church

June 23 - 30, 2019

Pastor  - Mike Melton


Deacons Jim Brewer, Dwayne Kee, Jerry Chandler, Don Rogers, Rick Sturdivant 

Song Leader – Jack Holladay, Piano – Judy Wagner, Organ – Diane Durdin

Children’s ChurchSheila Melton, Donna Victor

Sunday School  –  Jim Durdin, Rick Sturdivant, Donna Moore, Danielle Sturdivant,

Donna Victor, Jim Victor Supt.

Youth Team –  Jean Chandler, Donna Moore, Courtney Smith, Donna & Jim Victor

Sunday School - 10 a.m. 
Worship - 11 a.m.
Sunday Night Worship - 6 pm.
Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6 p.m.
  Wednesday Night Youth - 6 p.m.


Our Thoughts and Prayers Go Out to:

Dennis Anderson / Larry Baker / Joyce Barnes / Mary Katherine Beard / Diane Brewer / Gary Carter / Mildred Chandler / Brian Cole / Callie Cole / Dana Cole / Debbie Cole / Dorothy Cosens / Margie Clendennin / Brian Cunningham / Buddy Daniel / Justin Dillingham / William Dillingham / Elton Douglas Jr / Jim Durdin / Glindel Ellis / Todd Ellis / Justin Epperson / Jack Farmer / Wayne & Katherine Fortner / Margie French / Bobby Hardin / Margaret Hartley / Lisa Hartman / Doug Hedge / Richard Heimbach / Billy & Sheila Herndon / Mary Lee Herrin / Maudean Higdon / Peggy Higdon / Phillip Higdon / Justin Holland / Steve Hollowell / Sue Hollowell / Ricky Jones / Roy Jones / Allen Kee / Bill Kee / Robert Keeton II / Randy Kelly / Jason Koch / Katie Luther / Lori Markham / Barbara Martin / Roberta McCain / Don McCartney / Jason McMillon / Avery McNeil / Blondel Melton / Kerry Melton / Shirley Melton / Susan Melton / Willburn Moore / Lori Moseley / Dooka Nolen / Alice Northcott / Lisa Nunnery / Myrna Partida / Chuck Patrino / Lisa Payne / Jo Prince / John Pickard / Casey Pugh / Ted Rayburn / Bill Raymer / Dottiesue Robinson & Family / Barbara Shelby / Jill Shomaker / Stacey Smothers / Troy Smothers / Lesley Sparks / George Stahl / Bill Stepp / Brenda Swearingen / Joe Swearingen / William Teaque / Nadine Turner / Connie Victor / Ann Waters / Elyease Watson / Melanie Weathers                            


Camden/Bruceton Nursing Home Residents

Gene Crews / Helen Pewitt / Inetha Sparks / Paul Victor / Danny Weatherly


Remember The Church, Our Nation & World, Prison Ministry, Ministerial Alliance,
Disaster Victims, and Our Military In your daily prayers! 

Our MILITARY - David Clendennin, Sammy Dillingham, Dan Hartman, John Russell, Chris Stocum, Dustin Wheatley




 Today (June 23, 2019)

 Sunday School -10 a.m.

► Worship - 11:00

Join us for our Sunday Evening service
 at 6pm


   Children’s  Church:
Ages 3 thru 8

 Birthdays & Anniversaries





    23rd – Mike Holladay

25th – Jean Dobra

26th – Khloe Smith

29th – Steve Rayburn



 Join us on Wednesday Evenings

For just one hour, Bible Study - at 6 p.m.




Van Ministry Coordinator Gary Moore @ 584-2395

Prayer Requests, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Announcements, etc. for the bulletin, contact Chris Stephan by Friday @ 593-5479 or

Click Here to Listen To or Download our Sermons! 


He that is slow to wrath is of great understanding: but he that is hasty of spirit exalteth folly.

(Proverbs 14:29)

One of the Merriam Webster definitions of patience is: “steadfast despite opposition, difficulty, or adversity.” It’s not the most uplifting definition. Being patient is hard because as humans, we have a tendency to want what we want at that particular moment. Unfortunately, it seems that life is often a test of patience.

I struggle with waiting – whether it’s sitting in traffic or at a restaurant. Why, I’d rather drive five miles out of the way than sit stuck in traffic. I get impatient when I’m facing a deadline and get interrupted, or when someone says they’ll do something and then fall through.

Where do you struggle with patience? Do you ever pray, “Lord, give me some patience, now!” Let me suggest a few practical ways to learn patience:

Take a deep breath and pray for self-control.

When people anger you, if possible, retreat for a moment. Take time to back off and get control of your emotions.

Confront fairly, and seek to listen and understand – first.  When needed, be sure to forgive.

Remember, the greatest motive for patience is remembering God’s patience with us.

Patience is a precious commodity, for it’s a powerful way to win the respect of others and turn a potential enemy into a friend.








The Purpose of Sandy Point G.B. Church is to:

- Proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ

- Win others to faith in Jesus Christ

- Minister the ordinances of the church

- Teach observance of all things Christ commanded

- Nurture members in Christian growth

- Extend the Kingdom of God though "world wide" mission efforts

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