Brentwood Campus News

  1. Brentwood Baptist gives Christmas Food Baskets to hungry in Nashville

    Brentwood Baptist gives Christmas Food Baskets to hungry in Nashville

    November 18th, 2009

    To purchase a Christmas Food Basket, click here. We haven't even made it to Thanksgiving yet, but Christmas decorations are being displayed in all the stores, carols have made their way back onto dozens of playlists, and people are already making out their wish lists for gifts. In the middle … (continue reading)

  2. Kauppila ABS Class shares Jesus without fear

    Kauppila ABS Class shares Jesus without fear

    November 5th, 2009

    We see it happen again and again—but, now, it's becoming an increasingly reoccurring theme in and through our church family. People are getting to know Jesus. And, not just that, but they are walking closely with Him in life. Such is the case with the Kauppila Adult Bible Study class for young… (continue reading)

  3. Kairos and Brentwood Baptist Young Adult Ministries to host annual Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

    Kairos and Brentwood Baptist Young Adult Ministries to host annual Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

    October 23rd, 2009

    Gingerbread lattes have made their way back on the menu at Starbucks—even our own Connection Café is serving seasonal flavors. Pumpkin cheesecake is stocked in restaurants throughout Nashville. And there’s a chill in the air that’s making everyone excited to welcome the month of November. … (continue reading)

  4. Exit 71 Student Ministry Social Site Breaks Record

    Exit 71 Student Ministry Social Site Breaks Record

    October 7th, 2009

    Recently, Exit71.org, Brentwood Baptist Student Ministry's social website, reached 400 people. The site is comparable to Facebook, but creates a safe atmosphere for students and parents to log on. Amy-Jo Girardier, Girls Minister and Student Missions Minister, said, "We wanted to create a place where students could … (continue reading)

  5. Exit 71 Student Ministry has School Spirit

    Exit 71 Student Ministry has School Spirit

    October 6th, 2009

    On Wednesday, September 30, more than 550 students from nine local church student ministries around Williamson County, from various denominations, came together to be the pioneers of a new movement—School Spirit. Amy-Jo Girardier, Girls and Student Missions Minister at Brentwood Baptist, said… (continue reading)