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.


  • Jesus 2020 | Making the Kingdom Great Again

    Jesus 2020 | Making the Kingdom Great Again

    18/10/2020 Duración: 37min

    Jesus assembled a politically diverse group of followers to serve as His first disciples. Not only did He call Matthew -- a Roman tax collector and sympathizer -- but He also called Simon the Zealot -- a hard core Jewish nationalist and revolutionary. These two men had about as much in common as Nancy Pelosi and Donald Trump! How was it possible that two people with starkly different ideas both followed Jesus and even gave their lives for His cause? Join us for part one of Jesus 2020 where we will learn the secret to remaining united despite our political differences.

  • Tightrope | Uniquely United

    Tightrope | Uniquely United

    11/10/2020 Duración: 46min

    “Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world!” Did you ever sing that song in church? If you did, and if the church you grew up in was like most churches in America, you probably didn’t see as diverse a group of people in your church as was described in that song. It has been said that the most segregated hour in America is on Sunday morning. But how can that be? If God’s love crosses racial, ethnic, and cultural barriers, why is His church still so divided by race? Join us for the final message in Tightrope where we will explore the importance of diversity and unity, and learn how the church must begin to pursue greater diversity if we are going to fulfill Jesus’ mission.

  • Tightrope | Addition by Multiplication

    Tightrope | Addition by Multiplication

    04/10/2020 Duración: 45min

    When Jesus set about to accomplish His Father’s mission, He could have done it in any number of ways, but He chose to do His work through ordinary people. Men and women who were flawed and weak and often ignorant. He sent His disciples out two by two, and later told them to “go into all the world.” This small band of brothers grew and grew and within one generation, the mighty Roman Empire was being impacted by Jesus’ followers. God has and will accomplish global transformation through the faithfulness of groups of people who are fully devoted to Him. Join us for part four of Tightrope where we will explore Southside’s commitment to kingdom expansion through small groups multiplication. 

  • Tightrope | Praying with Our Eyes Wide Open

    Tightrope | Praying with Our Eyes Wide Open

    27/09/2020 Duración: 42min

    Does God want us to retreat from the world and spend all of our time seeking Him in prayer and solitude, or has He called us to go into the world as ambassadors of His coming kingdom? The answer is, “Yes!” For many believers, and most churches, the choice between practicing a prayerful, contemplative faith is always held in contrast and opposition to practicing an active faith. But Jesus not only called us to both, He spent His earthly ministry modeling the importance of each. At Southside, we believe the character of our prayers determines the character of our ministry. Join us for part three of Tightrope as we continue to explore our core values and how they shape who we are and who we hope to become.

  • Tightrope | The Secret to Loving Everyone Always

    Tightrope | The Secret to Loving Everyone Always

    19/09/2020 Duración: 30min

    Before leaving His disciples, Jesus gave them one commandment to obey and a great mission to accomplish. His Great Commandment was to love God and love others. His Great Commission was to go into all the world to make disciples. These verses are among His most often repeated words. At Southside, we believe a great commitment to the Great Commandment and the Great Commission will build a great church. If we are going to follow Jesus, we must do both. Join us for part two of Tightrope where we will consider the important tension that exists between these two directives and the dangers of doing one without the other.

  • Tightrope | The Bible Tells Me So

    Tightrope | The Bible Tells Me So

    13/09/2020 Duración: 33min

    Maybe you grew up in an environment where the answers to all of your hard questions began with the words, “The Bible says . . ." Those answers probably satisfied many of your questions, but perhaps there were other times when you still wondered. It is no surprise that a core value for this and many other churches is a commitment to the reliability and authority of the Bible. Unfortunately that value, apart from an understanding of the Gospel, can lead to legalism and a distortion of Jesus’ teachings. Join us for part one of Tightrope where we explore the healthy tension between being biblically grounded and Gospel-centered.

  • Jeremiah | Hope is a Verb

    Jeremiah | Hope is a Verb

    05/09/2020 Duración: 36min
  • Jeremiah | For the City

    Jeremiah | For the City

    29/08/2020 Duración: 29min

    While not many people have experienced being exiled from their country and carried into captivity, most of us have had to leave places we didn’t want to leave to go to places we didn’t want to go. Circumstances may have forced you to change jobs, relocate, change schools, and leave people you love to be with people you don’t even like! How should we respond to being exiled? Is it possible that God uses times of exile to draw us closer to Himself? Join us for part 7 of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City as Pastor Gary looks at Jeremiah’s letter to the exiles and explores what it means to live in exile with God.

  • Jeremiah | Burning Scrolls

    Jeremiah | Burning Scrolls

    23/08/2020 Duración: 31min

    God told Jeremiah to record His words on a scroll and deliver them to the king, but the king cut up and burned the scroll and then went after Jeremiah and his scribe for treason. While we may not take scissors to the pages of the Bible today, we often cut out the parts we don’t like by ignoring them. We may not engage in book burnings, but our refusal to acknowledge God’s Word is no less dangerous. Join us for part 6 of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City as Pastor Gary Webber explores what Jeremiah has to teach us about the nature of God’s Word.

  • Jeremiah | Persecuted

    Jeremiah | Persecuted

    16/08/2020 Duración: 33min

    Jeremiah was part of a religious revival in the nation of Judah.  People were feeling good about their country and their public displays of religious commitment.  While Jeremiah was growing increasingly suspicious of this movement, another preacher was embracing the moment and riding the tide of popular public opinion. Join us for part five of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City where we will discover that a prophet who is truly for the city doesn’t simply smooth things over, but rather, seeks to make things right.

  • Jeremiah | A New Creation

    Jeremiah | A New Creation

    09/08/2020 Duración: 27min

    Jeremiah loved illustrations. As he passed by the potter’s house, he recognized that God, like the potter, had shaped and could reshape His creation into something new. Join us for part four of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City where we will celebrate the new creation God is making in men and women who have made a public profession of their faith in Jesus Christ through baptism.

  • Jeremiah | Deceitful Heart

    Jeremiah | Deceitful Heart

    02/08/2020 Duración: 32min

    We don’t like the word “sin.” We prefer the word “mistake.” But a mistake, by definition, is not intentional, whereas a sin implies a more sinister intention. Sin isn’t just about behavior, it is primarily about the condition of our heart. Join us for part three of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City, where we will explore the true nature of sin and the only cure for an incurably deceitful heart. 

  • Jeremiah | Counterfeit Religion

    Jeremiah | Counterfeit Religion

    26/07/2020 Duración: 43min

    History is full of examples of decay and reform; revolution and counter-revolution. From politics and the economy to morality and religion, humans are in a continual battle for the right to define what is right. Is there an objective standard beyond human control or definition?  If so, who gets to determine what it is? Join us for part two of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City, where we explore how Jeremiah confronted the counterfeit religious reforms of his day and what the church might learn from them today.

  • Jeremiah | Before

    Jeremiah | Before

    19/07/2020 Duración: 39min

    Before Jeremiah was born, God chose him for a purpose.  This isn’t only true for Jeremiah, but for every person who has ever lived.  To be created in God’s image is to be created for a purpose. Paul said, “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works which He has prepared in advance for us to do,” (Ephesians 2:10).  Join us for part one of Jeremiah: A Prophet for the City as we explore God’s call to join Him in His great redemptive work.

  • The Little Things | Two Undercover Disciples and a Funeral

    The Little Things | Two Undercover Disciples and a Funeral

    12/07/2020 Duración: 38min

    The Christian faith is based entirely on a single event in history, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But what if no one had ever known about that event? What if the circumstances of Jesus’ burial had been different? What if His body hadn’t been laid in a tomb, but rather tossed in the city dump like so many other executed criminals? If there had been no tomb, no one could have known that a tomb was empty.  Join us for the final message in the “Little Things” series as Pastor Gary explores why two men’s little act of courage may be the reason we know about Jesus’ resurrection today.

  • 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.

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