Southside Baptist Church Podcast


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 creating ministry environments where people can GATHER to worship God, GROW in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, and GO in the power of His Spirit to serve the world.


  • The Little Things | Sit Down

    The Little Things | Sit Down

    05/07/2020 Duración: 36min

    Before Jesus performed one of His most well-known miracles -- the feeding of 5,000 -- He required a small act of faith -- a little thing -- from the crowd. Jesus may be calling us to “sit down” in our marriage, parenting, job, congregation, etc., before He does a mighty act.

  • The Little Things | A Widow and Her Offering

    The Little Things | A Widow and Her Offering

    28/06/2020 Duración: 46min

    As Jesus watched people bring forward their offerings in the temple, He pointed out a shocking contrast. While many people made a show of their extravagant gifts and offerings, it was a quiet and unassuming poor widow who made the biggest offering of all. Join us for part four of The Little Things where we  discover the truth about the little money we have.

  • Hymns of Hope and Encouragement #2

    Hymns of Hope and Encouragement #2

    21/06/2020 Duración: 50min

    Listen along as we're led in music by Eddie Lockamy, Katelyn McClain, Justin Johns, Sara Hetzel, and Gwen Hernandez.

  • The Little Things | A Boy and His Slingshot

    The Little Things | A Boy and His Slingshot

    21/06/2020 Duración: 40min

    The life and rule of King David are recorded in the Old Testament. He is seen as a hero of great faith who overcame many obstacles during his reign. However, David’s face is clearly seen in a scene before his coronation. As he fought Goliath, God used his weakness so others will see and trust in His strength. Join us for the third message in The Little Things to understand how a foolish boy was able to shame a great army with a few little stones. 

  • The Little Things | A Fugitive and His Walking Stick

    The Little Things | A Fugitive and His Walking Stick

    14/06/2020 Duración: 37min

    When we look back on the life of Moses, we think of some of the most amazing events recorded in the Bible. We see him bravely leading the Israelites out of captivity, parting the Red Sea, walking down the mountain with the ten commandments. God used Moses to accomplish some BIG things, but it all started with Moses obeying one little command to lay down his walking stick. No big deal, right? Join us for the second message in The Little Things to learn how God makes much of the little things we surrender to Him.

  • The Little Things | A Woman and Her Dough

    The Little Things | A Woman and Her Dough

    07/06/2020 Duración: 47min

    Leaven is used throughout the Bible as an example of a little thing that makes a big change. Jesus warned His followers against the “leaven of the pharisees,” but also compared the Kingdom of God to leaven worked into dough. From both a positive and a negative perspective, Jesus wants us to know that little things matter. Join us for the first message in “The Little Things” as we learn the secret of leaven and how small ways of being or thinking spread to create a lasting effect.

  • Pause | The Pause in Heaven

    Pause | The Pause in Heaven

    31/05/2020 Duración: 37min

    In the final message in the Pause series, Pastor Gary Webber explores the meaning of the 30 minutes of silence John witnessed in Revelation and how that short pause reminds us that God is patiently waiting for us.

  • Pause | Building an Enduring Church

    Pause | Building an Enduring Church

    24/05/2020 Duración: 33min

    The strength of our faith is not determined by how we respond to the victories and successes in life. Faith can only be made stronger through trials and hardships. To have an enduring, resilient faith means having a faith that is tested. What is true for individuals is also true for any church. An enduring church is a church that has been tested. Join us for a message exploring how God is using COVID-19 to stretch and strengthen the faith of His church.

  • Pause | When God Whispers Your Name

    Pause | When God Whispers Your Name

    17/05/2020 Duración: 45min

    Have you ever heard someone say, “God said to me...” and wondered how they could be so confident that it was God speaking to them? Have you ever wondered what God’s voice sounds like? Would you know it if you heard it? Throughout the Scriptures, we frequently read about people hearing God’s voice. While it is different every time, there are certain patterns we can see. Join us for a message from 1 Samuel and tips for recognizing God’s voice.

  • Pause | Underfoot

    Pause | Underfoot

    10/05/2020 Duración: 28min

    To “sit at the feet” of a rabbi was to assume a posture of submission to that particular rabbi’s teachings. While Jesus had many disciples, it is interesting that we don’t read about them sitting at His feet. There is one notable exception, however. There is one of Jesus' disciples who is found repeatedly at the feet of Jesus. No, it’s not Peter, James, or John. In fact, it isn’t any of the twelve apostles or the countless other men who followed Jesus. It is, instead, Mary. Join us on Mother’s Day for a message examining when and why Mary so frequently paused at Jesus’ feet and how we can learn from her example.

  • Pause | Isolated

    Pause | Isolated

    03/05/2020 Duración: 20min

    Many in our society still stigmatize depression and mental illness, but some of the greatest heroes of the Bible struggled with bouts of severe depression. Join us online for part 6 of Pause where we consider the story of Elijah to learn how we might avoid or overcome depression and how, if we are willing to recognize Him, God offers to meet us in the midst of our anxiety to comfort and transform us for His purpose.

  • Hymns of Hope and Encouragement

    Hymns of Hope and Encouragement

    29/04/2020 Duración: 39min
  • Pause | Vacuums, Despots, and COVID-19

    Pause | Vacuums, Despots, and COVID-19

    26/04/2020 Duración: 24min

    Aristotle said, “Nature abhors a vacuum,” meaning that every space in nature needs to be filled with something. This isn’t only true about black holes; it is true of the human soul. Jesus identified this truth by telling a strange story of an exorcism gone bad. But upon closer examination, we discover that Jesus’ warning is about much more than exorcism. He is warning us about the empty spaces in our lives and the consequences of ignoring those vacancies. Join us for part five of Pause as we consider the vacuum that has been created as a result of COVID-19 and how we can avoid the dangerous consequences of the void. 

  • Pause | Saturday, Fish Guts, and COVID-19

    Pause | Saturday, Fish Guts, and COVID-19

    19/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Most people don’t like silence. Even those who claim to crave it, grow weary of it if it lasts too long. In a world filled with noise, silence can be deafening, even disturbing. We especially don’t like it when God is silent. We may even assume that God’s silence means that He is absent. But there is evidence throughout the scriptures that God often chooses to work through the silent seasons of our lives. Join us online for part 4 of Pause where we examine the story of Jonah in the belly of a fish to see how God may be using times of silence and isolation to rescue us.

  • Pause | Letting Go

    Pause | Letting Go

    12/04/2020 Duración: 20min

    Letting go is hard. When Mary first realized that Jesus was alive, she wanted to grab hold of Him and never let Him go. Jesus, however, told Mary that she couldn't hold on. She had to let go. Jesus wasn’t going to stay, and things could never go back to the way they were before. We often try to cling to the past when God is inviting us into His presence. A presence that will lead us to a future that we can only experience if we are willing to let go of the past and embrace His plans. Join us online for a special Easter Sunday message about how the unexpected pauses in our lives might be God’s invitation to let go.

  • Pause | Watch and Pray

    Pause | Watch and Pray

    05/04/2020 Duración: 19min

    We do everything we can to avoid painful realities. There are two techniques that have proven especially effective, however. These are hyperactivity and sedation. On one hand, we keep ourselves so busy that we stay ahead of the painful realities of our lives, and on the other, we sedate ourselves so we can sleep through the pain. We rush around all day until we finally crash, only to awaken to start the cycle all over again. Meanwhile, our souls are shriveling away. Join us for part 2 of Pause, where we learn the difference between pausing and sleeping and how God is inviting us into a deeper relationship with Him.

  • Pause | The Unexpected Sabbath Q  A

    Pause | The Unexpected Sabbath Q & A

    30/03/2020 Duración: 47min

    Best thoughts and ideas about jump starting or boosting your prayer life during the “pause”...The Papa Prayer: of Disipline: Practice of the Presence of God: Healthy Spirituality: City: Prayer Journey series: series:

  • Pause | The Unexpected Sabbath

    Pause | The Unexpected Sabbath

    29/03/2020 Duración: 29min

    The world has come to a standstill. Schools are shut down, businesses have closed, travel has slowed to a crawl, the economy is tanking, and even churches have been forced to close their doors. The novel coronavirus (or Covid-19) was designated a pandemic by the World Health Organization, forcing everyone to take extraordinary precautions in order to slow the spread of this deadly disease. Many people are justifiably concerned about the health implications of this pandemic as well as the shut-down’s effect on the global economy and our way of life. The requirement for “social distancing” is also creating increased isolation and is adding to an overall sense of fear and anxiety. Apart from the very real health concerns surrounding this coronavirus, the unexpected Pause in our daily routines may also be revealing our society’s addiction to busyness and a frantic pace of life. Is it possible that we’ve become so accustomed to the noise and busyness of our world, that we’ve grown deaf to God’s still small vo

  • Losing My Religion Q  A

    Losing My Religion Q & A

    23/03/2020 Duración: 46min

    Join us as Pastors Gary Webber, Todd Kornahrens, and Darren Sides respond to your comments and questions about the Losing My Religion sermon series.

  • Losing My Religion | The Day Religion Died

    Losing My Religion | The Day Religion Died

    22/03/2020 Duración: 24min

    In this, the final installment of Losing My Religion, we also consider how religion led to Jesus’ crucifixion and how His death on the cross marks the day religion died. Pastor Gary will discuss the surprising similarities between religion and secular humanism and how both fall short of their promises to bring us peace. 

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