Brentwood Campus News

  1. New

    New "Online Bible Study Grid" helps people connect to classes, others, and God's Word

    December 18th, 2009

    Earlier this year, Brentwood Baptist Church launched a new version of its website, featuring a new look, streamlined navigation, and better ways to learn more about the church. Now, this new website is changing how users find the Bible study that’s right for them with a new "Online Bible Study Grid." … (continue reading)

  2. Overwhelming generosity provides Christmas Food Baskets for 450 families and other ministries

    Overwhelming generosity provides Christmas Food Baskets for 450 families and other ministries

    December 13th, 2009

    In the middle of the holiday hustle and bustle, Brentwood Baptist members avoided the crowds at the mall this weekend. Instead, they came together to help needy people living in our own backyards who've been wondering how they're going to provide their family with a decent meal this Christmas. For … (continue reading)

  3. "Sterling Tea Ministry—a time to enjoy being pampered and served"

    December 10th, 2009

    Published in the Williamson Herald newspaper. Written by Carole Robinson, Williamson Herald staff writer. In this hurried world, there are few things as soothing and calming as few minutes with a hot cup of fresh brewed tea and a friend. To pass along some calming moments to women who are cancer survivors … (continue reading)

  4. Brentwood Baptist Christmas CDs make their way to troops serving overseas

    Brentwood Baptist Christmas CDs make their way to troops serving overseas

    November 23rd, 2009

    We haven't forgotten. This Christmas season, Brentwood Baptist members are remembering the sacrifice our military men and women are making by serving our country overseas. In our worship services two weeks ago, members were asked to write encouraging notes to our service men and women that would… (continue reading)

  5. Brentwood Baptist gives to help translate gospel into southeast Asian language

    Brentwood Baptist gives to help translate gospel into southeast Asian language

    November 19th, 2009

    Recently, we posted a story about a team from Kairos that traveled to the Pacific Rim to trek through the mountains and find people of peace. While there, they partnered with Ms. C*, who is currently serving as a strategy coordinator with the International Mission Board. Just last week, we sat down … (continue reading)