Brentwood Campus News

  1. Carothers join Missions Ministry as missionaries-in-residence

    Carothers join Missions Ministry as missionaries-in-residence

    October 16th, 2013

    In 1985, the International Mission Board (IMB) appointed Ron and Margie Carothers as missionaries. And by 1987, they landed in Guatemala with their three young sons to get started. In 2001, the couple spearheaded the founding of AMIGUA, the Guatemalan Missionary Association, to promote missions … (continue reading)

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    What you'll learn in "Different Children, Different Needs"

    October 11th, 2013

    By Michele Dyer, PLACE Ministry Coordinator Do you know why you parent the way that you do? Do you know what makes your child tick? One of the keys to effective parenting is knowing what motivates you and your child. Every person is different. And while there’s no way to completely summarize all… (continue reading)

  3. "Triumph over Tribulations" in 5 Tweets

    October 7th, 2013

    Here is last Sunday's sermon in five tweets: Jesus will take you to the hard places because that's where the church is needed the most. #ROMANS [Click to tweet] You're going to suffer if you follow Christ. #ROMANS [Click to tweet] Jesus is working to bring back all that was lost in the fall… (continue reading)

  4. IMB Bible translators are guests at Brentwood Baptist this fall

    IMB Bible translators are guests at Brentwood Baptist this fall

    October 7th, 2013

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer They like to tell people they first met in a Texas jail during college. Stephen S.* was in charge of juvenile detention ministries, having been a former juvenile detainee. Tricia was in charge of jail ministries for their Baptist Student Ministry. As their relationship moved toward marriage, … (continue reading)

  5. Senior adults provide Christmas for impoverished East Tennessee children

    Senior adults provide Christmas for impoverished East Tennessee children

    October 5th, 2013

    By Kaylan Christopher, Staff Writer Polk County is one of the most impoverished areas in Tennessee, located in the extreme southeast corner of the state. The median annual household income is $17,000—less than half of the entire state's average. Sue Raley, the Missions Coordinator with Brentwood … (continue reading)