Sam will be coming to SBC to serve as our Minister to Students. Please welcome Sam & Alexis to our congregation.
Join us as we give thanks to God for helping us to pay off the building note. Click here to sign up for the lunch.
Click here to learn how to connect with a Stephen Minister.
These three words do a great job of describing the people of Southland Baptist Church. We're in the process of being TRANSFORMED by God's grace, NURTURED in Christ's love, and SENT in the Spirit's power to join God in his redeeming work around the world. Whether that means we are sent to the other side of the globe or across the street, we believe that we are a people on a mission. This mission originates in the very heart of God. For God sent his own Son, Jesus Christ, into the world that we might truly live. He has sent his Spirit into the world to empower others to share the good news of Jesus with all they meet.
We're glad that you've stopped by our website. We hope you'll take a look around and get a better feel for who we are and what God is doing in and through us. But most of all, we pray that you'll feel sent our way . . . For we invite you to join us on the journey.
In the mist of all that activity the church set the audacious goal of paying off the note by the end of the summer. I’ll admit that I had moments of doubt that we could actually accomplish that goal. I am thrilled to report that as of this morning, the amount left on the church’s note is only $15,914.41!
When 100 women commit to a $50 per month pledge for one year, together they can "build" an entire house for Habitat for Humanity of San Angelo! Those mighty women will accomplish the feat with a simple stroke of the pen, no dust in the hair or grout under the fingernails. We invite you to become one of those amazing 100 women. Optional quarterly events involving small "construction teams" are offered to those wanting additional opportunities for fellowship and fun with other mission minded women in our community. For more information, please contact Patsy Kneller (655-7535), Libby Mims (656-4541) or Judy Sikes (650-1259).
At the Sandlin house, we even had a good size toad hopping around our porch after the rain. I can’t remember the last time I saw a toad here in west Texas! The rain stirred up life here in our city. Everyone I’ve met has rejoiced.
This is no short term trip. For at least the next three years, they will be busy learning a new language, building new friendships, and attempting to establish a new business all for the larger purpose of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with people who have never been given the opportunity to respond to the gospel.