Hello! As summer is upon us, we wanted to give you some UPDATES and NEWS on what’s going on with Sanctus Real! And we also wanted to Thank You for being our friends! Be sure to say hello to us this summer!
We’ve launched our LEAD ME page on our site, go check it out on Sanctusreal.com You can see a video featuring Matt and his wife Sarah talking about the story behind the song. You can listen to ‘LEAD ME’ and there are also some encouraging prayers available for download. Please Respond and Connect with us on TWITTER and FACEBOOK, as we declare together that we want God’s leading in our lives.
Lead Me Devotional Videos – AIR1
United Tour 2010 Wraped Up
Take a look at some of the things we are accomplishing through our CLEAN WATER PROJECT:
A Man Named Morris
Water for the World Act – Passed
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