Brentwood Campus News

  1. New app launches to enhance JourneyOn Today Bible Reading Plan

    New app launches to enhance JourneyOn Today Bible Reading Plan

    February 18th, 2014

    Two months into a new Bible reading plan on spiritual practices, those participating can now enjoy the luxury of an easy-to-use app to assist in their daily walks—all from the comfort of their mobile devices or tablets. The JourneyOn Today app officially launched at the beginning of February. … (continue reading)

  2. My Story: Eric Fisher

    My Story: Eric Fisher

    February 18th, 2014

    As a baby, I was baptized and grew up in the Methodist Church—and I regularly went to church until after high school. But after that, I went away from the church and thought that I didn't really need it to live life. I was hanging out with others who didn't go to church, which solidified my notions… (continue reading)

  3. My Story: Nick Eno

    My Story: Nick Eno

    February 14th, 2014

    Who I Was Before Christ I didn't grow up in a Christian home, and I never went to church growing up. I may have gone once or twice with a friend, but never as a family. I saw bumper stickers that said "Jesus Saves." A few people transferred to our public school from a Catholic school—and … (continue reading)

  4. Get to Know Your Minister: Jay Fennell

    Get to Know Your Minister: Jay Fennell

    February 6th, 2014

    Name: Jay Fennell Title: Adult Minister –¬†Groups Ministry: Discipleship PERSONAL Where are you from originally? Irmo, South Carolina What schools did you graduate from? University of South Carolina Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary What's your personal testimony? I came to … (continue reading)

  5. Medical Dental Unit commissioned on Healthcare Sunday

    Medical Dental Unit commissioned on Healthcare Sunday

    January 27th, 2014

    350 patients 306 teeth pulled 95 volunteers 29 decisions for Christ 5 events That's what happened in the five months left in 2013 from the time the Medical Dental Unit (MDU) launched in August. And it's only just the beginning of what's to come. As the Middle Tennessee Initiative (MTI) rolls … (continue reading)