• The Bible is a perfect treasure of divine instruction.
  • There is one and only one living and true God.
  • The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, with distinct personal attributes, but without division in natures, essence, or being.
  • Salvation is offered to all who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and cannot be earned.
  • It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord Jesus Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations.

Taken from The Baptist Faith and Message adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention May 9,1963.

How do I start following Jesus?

Jesus wants you to have an incredible life filled with purpose and power.  He wants you to repent and believe the good news (Mark1:15).  Of course, following Jesus isn’t easy.  Jesus said that you have to pick up your cross in order to follow Him (Mark 8:34-38).  That means Jesus is boss of your life.  Right now you can “confess with your mouth, Jesus is Lord,and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.  For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved” (Romans 10:9-10).  If you would like for someone from the church to contact you about your questions or your decision to follow Jesus, call us at 361-994-0266.


Dr. Dana Moore – Pastor

Dana brought his passion to help others serve God with him when he came to 2BC October 2007. He and his wife Cathy along with their two sons have served in four churches throughout Texas in his years of ministry. Dana is a graduate of Baylor University (BA in religion and history) and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv and PhD in Old Testament).


Kris Redus – Minister of Music

Kris holds a bachelor’s in music from Howard Payne University and a Master of Church Music degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a drummer and guitarist with a long background in church music. He loves leading others to encounter God’s greatness in corporate worship. He also has a passion for teaching others about music and seeing them grow in their God-given talents. He and his wife, Becca (who is also a musician) were married in 2010. They have three sons, Harrison, Lincoln, Collin plus foster children and a dog named Lennon. Kris came to 2BC in June 2012.


Barbara Hessong – Minister of Children and Preschool

Barbara came to 2BC in January 2003. She believes that children are an important part of the local church. Children should be welcomed into all areas of the church and not be separated. She believes children learn by watching and participating in the different aspects of church life.

Barbara earned a bachelor degree from Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas and a Master of Social Work degree from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas.


Aaron Beazley – Minister of Students

Aaron came to 2BC in August 2018. Aaron is a graduate of Baylor University (BSE Recreation and Leisure) and George W. Truett Seminary (M.Div World Christianity and Witness). He is married to Stephanie who was a graduate of Baylor University (BA Professional Writing) and George W. Truett Seminary (M.Div Biblical Studies and Theology). They serve as a ministry team to disciple youth and college students. They have a son named Jude and two dogs Pike and Durango.



Mission Statement

God uses 2BC to develop Disciples of Jesus Christ.

Vision Statement

At Second Baptist, we are a congregation on a journey, a journey towards Christlikeness, a journey that leads us to the pool of living water, an oasis for our weary souls, where we linger and bask in the shade of the palm trees and drink deeply from the cool, refreshing water, where we draw near to Christ through intentional spiritual practices, where we share life in purposeful community, where we are transformed, and where we are compelled to go and join God in calling others to join us on this journey and at this pool.

Our neighborhood is changing rapidly around us. The countries and cultures represented in our backyard are myriad, and our church congregation and its ministries must reflect this.

As God pursues us relentlessly like a hound in pursuit, so we will not rest until every household in our neighborhood has heard this Good News- that they are being pursued and loved by the Creator of the universe and through faith in Christ are invited into a relationship with him.