Brentwood Campus News

  1. Man Church comes back in full force for round two

    Man Church comes back in full force for round two

    September 3rd, 2009

    Brentwood Baptist's Young Adult Minister, Aaron Bryant, has had an increasing burden to see the men in our church embrace what the Bible teaches about the kingdom of God, and to see that impact all areas of their lives. One church member, Rian Berger, also had a similar vision for creating a place where men could… (continue reading)

  2. Kairos serves new students at Belmont Move-In Day

    Kairos serves new students at Belmont Move-In Day

    September 2nd, 2009

    When you enter your first year in college, it can usher in a few extreme emotions—things like excitement, fear, and stress. What's a better way to ease into your new adventure than to have some of the anxiety relieved for you? That’s exactly what Kairos did on Saturday, August 22 at Belmont University for freshmen… (continue reading)

  3. Brentwood Baptist donates 24,000 pounds of food and supplies to Graceworks Ministries

    Brentwood Baptist donates 24,000 pounds of food and supplies to Graceworks Ministries

    September 1st, 2009

    On Sunday, August 30, Scott Harris preached a message on “good religion” from James 1:27, which says, “Pure and undefiled religion before our God and Father is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself unstained by the world.” He challenged… (continue reading)

  4. Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues

    Creation Fest concert canceled, food drive continues

    August 31st, 2009

    As you know, Creation Fest: The Tour, featuring Jars of Clay, Thousand Foot Krutch, Audio Unplugged (with Mark and Will from Audio Adrenaline), and other special musical guests, was scheduled to take place on Monday, September 14 in Hudson Hall of the Connection Center. However, due to a sudden change … (continue reading)

  5. Brentwood teacher stands in the gap between church and school

    Brentwood teacher stands in the gap between church and school

    August 31st, 2009

    On Monday, September 14, Brentwood Baptist will begin an after-school tutoring program through our Student Ministry and led by church member Nancy Bonds, with the first day focusing on math. From that day on, there will be a regularly-scheduled homework study time each Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday after … (continue reading)