North Point Church - Springfield, MO

Reviews For North Point Church - Springfield, MO

Love this church!
Refreshing messages!
I attended north point for two years while I was in college. This church is a big church with a wonderful close knit small community feeling. The congregation and leaders always made you feel welcome and at home there. Pastor Tommy was one of the best pastors I've ever had. Not only is he entertaining and fun but he gives you a lot to think about. I am so happy that I found their podcast so I can still feel that connection to North Point.
Listen and then share this link --- start with January 5-6, 2013 Fresh Start. Then listen to the plethora of sermons. Inspirational -- God is faithful to His promises. Thank you Troy for opening the curtain on your life that others would hear of God's faithfulness and grace!


It is a blessing to find such a great place to worship! All to the glory of God
If you are looking for a podcast that speaks to your heart, challenges you to grow, and communicates a clear, relevant, and powerful message look no further. This church has it all. I've listened to a lot of podcast, listened to a lot of sermons and there isn't another one like it other there today. Subscribe today and make it a part of your weekly routine.
I'm so glad I've found this podcast. The sermons are life changing. The speaker is so down to earth, genuine, and authentic. The material is challenging, easy to understand, and relevant to what I go through throughout the week. I just wish there were more than 2 podcasts per week!!
Plagiarism is the unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work. That’s exactly what you’ll find here. Many of these sermons have been “borrowed” from Andy Stanley, John Ortberg, and the pastors at Willow Creek. I don't mind a guy borrowing ideas in order to advance God's Kingdom, but hijacking copyrighted material and not attributing it to the original authors is just plain wrong. He even portrays these analogies as his own life experiences! It reminds me of Simon the Sorcerer in Acts Chapter 8 who wanted Peter and John to sell him the power of the Holy Spirit to advance his own cause. Do yourself a favor and stay away. Listen to this material from the pastors that God originally inspired with the material plagiarised here.