SBM is Honored to Attend 2017 Duty to God and Country Breakfast____Del-Mar-VA Council, Boy Scouts of America
Rev. Tom Laymon, Mark Doherty, Virginia Vaalburg and the SBM Men's Choir were honored to be invited to the 2017 Annual breakfast. at Hilton Wilimington/Christiana on May 19th.. The Men's Choir sang the National Anthem. Rev.Laymon presented the Benediction. The morning was concluded with the SBM choir singing Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Left to right: Rev. Tom Laymon, Sunday Breakfast Mission; Judge William Davis, Jr., Circuit Court for Cecil County Maryland; Col. Vaughn Bond, Jr., New Castle County Police Department; Sen. Chris Coons, U.S. Senate; Brian Tome, Reilly, Janiczek, McDevitt, Henrich & Cholden &. SBM Board Member; Capt. A'Shellarien Lang, Delaware National Guard Chaplain; Del. Kevin Hornberger, Maryland House of Delegates; and Chief Bobby Cummings (retired), Wilmington Police Department.
'The Good News' - The Chic-Shaver Center for Evangelism Newsletter - June 2017
Rev. Tom Laymon, CEO/President/Sr. Pastor SBM, Wilm. DE.
Keep Delaware Safe and Healthy Coalition
SBM has united with others against HB 110 to legalize and commercialize the recreational use of marijuana in Delaware.
Click here to read Caolition letter to Governor Carney & Members of the 149th General Assembly.
WDEL Stories of Renewal - of Second Chances!
Click Here to listen to complete interview (5:15 minutes)
'Homeless on the Streets of LA' - WORLD Magazine, 5/13/17 - VOICES/Mailbag (editorial)
Thanks for again recognizing the importance of sharing the Gospel with the hungry, homeless, and addicted, but I was surprised you quoted some people who seem to think that because you can raise a few dollars for tarps, getting homeless people off the street should be easy. The solution is Christian, transformational ministries that deal with issues like addiction from a biblical perspective. - TOM LAYMON/Wilmington, Del.
Watch for This Billboard
Throughout the next year you will see this one billboard move to various locations in the community and surrounding areas. One billboard - many locations. Be on the look-out as Rev. Laymon invites ALL to join him at 9:15 AM each Sunday morning on WDEL 101.7 FM (1150 AM) for the Wings of the Morning broadcast where he proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ: Hope, Truth & Freedom.
Sunday Breakfast Mission Graduation - Sunday, April 23rd at 10am
You are invited as our guest(s) to attend the next SBM Graduation which will be held at SBM on Sunday, April 23rd at 2pm. Men and Women from both the Men's and Women's Discipleship Programs will be graduating. In addition, many residents will receive their Learning Lab completion certificates and others will be baptized. This is a huge day for our program residents. This will be an afternoon of blessings for all participating and attending this exciting event.
Operation Care-Ware - update
Gifts of New Underwear To Show You Care. The donations have been pouring in daily: Drop-offs, mail deliveries, you name it and we're getting it. Thanks to all that are contributing to this effort to provide dignity and care for each man, woman, boy and girl this Easter season by providing gifts of underwear, t-shirts, bras and shower shoes.
Revival Series - Dr. Charles "Chic" Shaver - March 11th - 15th
Cast of Cinderella the Musical Serves at SBM
SBM was overjoyed to have part of the cast from Cinderella the Musical volunteering and serving our residents and overnight guests on February 9th, 2017. Through the service organization Broadway Serves the team of eleven cast members took time out of their national tour and busy production schedule to come by and give back to our community with some much needed joy and support. READ MORE
Matt Meyer Begins His Service as County Commissioner
by Serving at SBM
The newly elected NCC Commissioner desired to send a strong message of his passion for NCC residents to be willing to serve others in the community with their time and finances. Commissioner Meyer demonstrated his passion by serving women, children and men in need of compassion and mercy at SBM on 2/2/17, the day before his inauguration. READ MORE
Mission Welcomes Tomm Stone as New Food Service Director
SBM provides over 800 meals a day (each day of the year) from early morning breakfast for overnight guests/residents, lunch for resident women, children and men to the evening resident & community meals. The responsibility for planning, preparing and providing these meals belongs to SBM's NEW Food Service Director, Rev. Tomm Stone. Rev Stone joined SBM in late November after being called by God to begin a new chapter in his life. He had spent 37 years owning and operating a well-known landmark in Hockessin, Tomm’s Produce. Tom became the leader of Tomm’s produce following his father's footsteps - his passion to provide the best produce in the area never waning. As his title indicates, Rev. Tomm went on to serve 10 years in pastoral ministry after selling the business READ MORE
A Video about SBM at DelawareOnline.com
Our Brand New Facility
Seen Our Billboards?
We have billboards all over the tri-state area. Maybe you have seen one.