Brentwood Campus News

  1. Get To Know Your Minister: Brian Dodridge

    Get To Know Your Minister: Brian Dodridge

    July 2nd, 2014

    PERSONAL Where are you from originally? Arizona Where were you educated? Grand Canyon University (Phoenix) and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth When did you decide to give your life to Jesus and follow Him? As a young child When were you called to ministry? As a… (continue reading)

  2. My Story: Maribeth Johnson

    My Story: Maribeth Johnson

    June 9th, 2014

    The day we announced we were expecting our second child was on our son’s first birthday with all of our friends and family. We were overjoyed at this wonderful blessing from God—and everything seemed to be going great for us. At 17 weeks into the pregnancy, we found out through some … (continue reading)

  3. Tennessee Baptist Children's Home receives support through Paper Drive and $50K

    Tennessee Baptist Children's Home receives support through Paper Drive and $50K

    May 21st, 2014

    In 1968, a group of members from Woodmont Baptist Church in Nashville started a brand new congregation that met in the Tennessee Baptist Children's Home (TBCH) on Franklin Road. Just one year later, they adopted the name Brentwood Baptist Church and we were born. With such a long-standing history… (continue reading)

  4. Get to Know Your Minister: Steve Smith

    Get to Know Your Minister: Steve Smith

    May 14th, 2014

    Name: Steve Smith Title: Communications Minister PERSONAL Where are you from originally? Savannah, Georgia Where were you educated? Mercer University (Macon, GA) – B.A. in Communication Rollins College (Winter Park, FL) – M.A. in Corporate Communication Southwestern Baptist Theological … (continue reading)

  5. Medical Dental Unit partners with The Well at Station Hill

    Medical Dental Unit partners with The Well at Station Hill

    May 13th, 2014

    On Saturday, May 10, the Medical Dental Unit (MDU) set up in the parking lot at our south regional campus, The Church at Station Hill. There they partnered with The Well, a local ministry, to provide a free clinic to people in the area. The Well serves those in need in the areas of Spring Hill, Thompson's Station… (continue reading)