Redeemer is a church where real people can meet Jesus. Anyone and everyone is invited. No matter your past or present, we are a church that is full of grace and truth. We sing songs to worship our Lord, we preach the Word of God from the Bible, and we love one another.
Above all, we are a church that wants to worship Christ, love each other, and enjoy the grace of God together. We hope we can be a family where you can belong.
Jason is the lead pastor at Redeemer Midland. He started following Christ as a six-year-old boy. He was born and raised on a farm west of Amarillo, Texas. He was a pre-med major at Amarillo College when God, incredibly clearly, called him to life as a pastor. Jason immediately transferred to Dallas Baptist University to study the Bible and meet his incredible wife, Hannah. They have three beautiful, fun, creative, and very energetic kids: Judah, Paisley, and Hudson. Jason has served as a youth pastor at an inner-city church, the director of Baptist Student Ministries at DBU, and the College & Men’s Pastor at First Baptist Irving. Jason graduated from DBU in 2004 with a BA in Biblical studies, 2006 with an MA in higher education, and 2007 with an MBA in Business Management.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is beautiful, powerful and priceless. In it, we find the glory of God in the face of Christ, and the joy of born again believers ransomed from Satan, Sin and Death who are redeemed to a true relationship with God through Jesus Christ. God has chosen to reveal himself to humanity in the person of His Son, Jesus, and in the Holy Scriptures found in the Bible. The following Confession of our Beliefs flows from our convictions about the Gospel found in the Bible. This statement of our confession will help to clarify our identity and purpose as believers and as a New Testament Church. This is a brief summary we believe is essential for the defense and proclamation of the Gospel, for instruction in godly living, and for the evangelism of the lost. It is foundational to our church, informs our preaching, and affects our decision-making as we desire to be faithful to Christ.