Listening and Input Sessions

Our Listening and Input Sessions continue for two more Saturdays – August 1 and August 8. We will meet from 8:30 – 11:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Our purpose is to hear from our members regarding the future direction and planning for Southmont Baptist Church. Both Saturdays are identical

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Celebrate The Resurrection This Easter

There is no greater way to celebrate Easter than by taking your family and inviting your friends, neighbors and relatives to join you in worshiping Jesus on April 5. If you don’t have a church you regularly attend, we invite you to join us at Southmont Baptist Church 2801 Pennsylvania

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New Sermon Series

If you are wanting a better understanding of who Jesus is, join us for worship at Southmont at 10:45 AM on Sundays as we walk through the “I Am” statements of Jesus.  This new series begins on Sunday, February 1, 2015.

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Do You Ever Quote John Denver?

Throughout history many remarkable individuals have made some extremely profound statements that have become famous quotes.  President John F. Kennedy used the phrase “Ask not what your country can do for you, but rather what can you do for your country.” Mark Twain said, “If you tell the truth, you never

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An Example from Children

This week Southmont Baptist Church, where I serve as the Interim Pastor, is conducting its annual Vacation Bible School for children who have completed Kindergarten through those who have completed the Fifth Grade.  A few of these children already knew each other from church,  school, the neighborhood, or their families.

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Encourager or Discourager?

There are numerous ways to group people.  Until recently, the person who greets you as enter a restaurant always asked, “Smoking or Non-smoking?”  If you ordered coffee, the follow-up question still is “Regular or decaf?” We also classify people by size – tall or short; big or small; or skinny

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Where Is the White Space in Your Life?

Too many words on a page or two many pictures on a page can make it difficult for the reader or viewer to discern the purpose or intent of the creator.  Likewise, we can fill our lives with so many activities and responsibilities that it becomes difficult to produce quality

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Be Wrong or Change – the Choice Is Yours

Today I was listening to a sports-talk radio program.  The host was saying that he was amazed at the people who call into the program with wrong information.  When he gives them the correct information, they still cling to their inaccurate information and even argue the point.  He then made

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