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Located at the heart of San Marco, Southside Baptist Church is engaged with God in His mission to make all things new. Southside Baptist Church is not what you might expect. While the Corinthian columns and stained glass windows may lead you to believe you know what this place is all about, don't make your decision until you meet the people. At Southside we believe it is the people, not the building, that is the church. We believe it is our privilege to represent Jesus in San Marco by creati ...
 
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http://thesouthsidechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/A-Miracle-Sandwich.mp3 Luke 8:40-56 tells the story of the resurrection of Jairus’s daughter. Except sandwiched in between is a whole another miracle story (vv42-48). What does this peculiar interruption teach us about Jesus? Humanity is leveled by its desperate need for Jesus Jesus may seem …
 
Status symbols can be everything from cars to watches to the clothes we wear. The way you spend your money says a lot about you. In fact, it says far more than you think it does. Join us for part one of Money Talks where we explore what it means to be rich and how the amount of money you possess has very little to do with your true wealth.…
 
An idol is made when we worship one of God’s good gifts rather than the One who gave us the gift. Our culture has made an idol of romance and marriage. This has not only damaged the institution of marriage, but our understanding of God’s plan and purpose for marriage. Join us for the final message in Ever After where we learn that marriage is a bro…
 
The first half of Mark’s gospel portrays Jesus as a powerful miracle-working Messiah. The second portrays him as a suffering cross-dying Messiah. The events of Mark 8:22-35 show how Jesus schools his disciples in reconciling the two portrayals. Sermon by Drew Nelson http://thesouthsidechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Getting-Jesus-Right.mp3…
 
In the 1980’s comedy, The War of the Roses, Barbara and Oliver Rose go from marital bliss to all out war. Unfortunately, this is not an unusual story in America today. The average length of a marriage in the United States is currently 8.2 years. How does a couple go from the marriage altar to divorce court in less than 10 years? While there are man…
 
Who is the greatest in the kingdom of God? And is there a shortcut to attaining that status? Jesus’ conversation with a rich young man (Matthew 19:16-22) reveals the answer to both questions. Sermon by Drew Nelson http://thesouthsidechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Shortcut-to-Greatness.mp3By Southside church of Christ in Mt. Pleasant Texas
 
“You complete me.” These three words are not only the most famous line from the hit movie, Jerry Maguire, they capture the expectations of many who long for a romantic relationship that will make them feel whole. But can two halves really make a person whole? Join us for part two of Ever After where we discuss God’s surprising intention behind marr…
 
Sometimes what we know in our heads has a hard time making its way down into our hearts. We may have sought all the recourses of forgiveness God gives, yet we still don’t feel forgiven. Why do we have a hard time getting passed our past? How can we truly “forget what lies behind and strain forward to what lies ahead?” Sermon by Drew Nelson http://t…
 
Pick anywhere on the timeline of history and God will be shown to be king. That’s what Psalm 24 says. Go back to the beginning and see what God was: the founder of the cosmos (1-2). Go forward to the end of history and see what God will be (7-10). Where does that leave us living in between those kingly bookends? It means we live like he’s Lord now,…
 
The greatest paragon and preacher of loyalty in the Biblical story is Joshua. His famous farewell sermon in Joshua 24 elucidates three aspects of this virtue… I. The proper object of loyalty: God (14-15) II. The reason for loyalty: God’s saving work (1-13) III. The expression of loyalty: humble faithfulness toward the faithful one (16-24) Sermon by…
 
The happy couple returns from their honeymoon and begins to unpack their bags. As soon as the bags are emptied, the happy couple begins to discover that this wasn’t what they’d expected. Those bags were full of expectations they’d each collected over a lifetime; expectations their spouse may be unwilling or unable to meet. Join us for part one of E…
 
It has been over 2,000 years since the earthly ministry of Jesus, and yet, He is still the single most well-known individual in human history. The enormous ripple effects of His life, death, and resurrection have washed over successive generations and have expanded across the planet. Join us for the final message in Ripple Effects where we explore …
 
Question 1: Were the tree of life and the tree of knowledge real? Or just symbolic? Question 2: Would a man be qualified to be an elder were he a widower or lawfully divorced & remarried? Sermon by Drew Nelson http://thesouthsidechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/QA-Trees-Elders.mp3By Southside church of Christ in Mt. Pleasant Texas
 
Initiation rites are a part of many organizations and institutions. For example, a wedding is a kind of initiation rite into marriage. People joining sororities or fraternities often participate in a selection and initiation process known as “rush.” Every president of the United States has stood with his hand on a Bible and sworn an oath of office …
 
Belief is important, but belief alone is not evidence that someone is actively walking with Jesus. The ritual of baptism is, therefore, more than a sign of believing, it is also a tangible sign of a person’s willingness to follow Jesus in acts of obedience. Join us for part two of Ripple Effects where we explore the differences between a religious …
 
A watermark is a faint design embedded in some papers and is used for branding, as a mark of authenticity and a sign of quality. Look closely at the currency in your wallet and you will find a watermark that ensures that what you hold is real and will be backed by the government. Throughout the ministry of Jesus and the history of the church, Bapti…
 
When we accept God’s love for us, we are still faced with the question: Why would a loving God allow bad things to happen? One answer might be that He is not able to stop them. But the very idea that God is not able is incompatible with the very existence of God. There is a difference between being able to do something and a willingness to do it. M…
 
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