Canyon-Springs-Church-0360I know it’s hard for some people to believe that the Bible is still relevant to our lives today, but the more you explore what God has to say to us in His word the more you will realize that the transforming power of God’s word never goes out of style.  It is still as powerful and life changing today as it was over 2,000 years ago.

Every Sunday the staff at Canyon Springs works hard to communicate the power of God’s truth in messages that connect the Bible with our every day life.  Check out our message archives and you’ll see.  You’ll laugh, you’ll relate, but more importantly you’ll see that God’s story can change your story and help you start a new chapter in your life.

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Jack Hawkins - December 3, 2017

The Tale of The Longest Wait

The tale of the longest wait Luke 2:25-35. Are you calling in the wilderness to a God that doesn’t seem to answer? Have you been waiting for guidance that seems like it is long overdue? Let God write hope into your hopeless story this Christmas. If you would like to know more information about Canyon Springs Church in San Diego, visit http://www.canyonsprings.org

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Jack Hawkins - December 3, 2017

The Tale of The Longest Wait

The tale of the longest wait Luke 2:25-35. Are you calling in the wilderness to a God that doesn’t seem to answer? Have you been waiting for guidance that seems like it is long overdue? Let God write hope into your hopeless story this Christmas. If you would like to know more information about Canyon Springs Church in San Diego, visit http://www.canyonsprings.org

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