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Living Sent: Reading Suggestions

Living Sent: Reading Suggestions

Here are some suggested resources for the Living Sent sermon series that begins on April 23.  BOOKS Disciple-Making Resources Gospel-Centered Life by Bob Thune and Will Walker Missional Essentials by Lance Ford and Brad Brisco The Cure by John Lynch, Bruce McNicol, and Bill Thrall Practice Resurrection by Eugene Peterson Tradecraft by Larry McCrary, Caleb Crider, Rodney Calfee, and... continue reading


CAFO 2017

CAFO 2017

There are more than 8,250 children in Tennessee’s foster care system, and tens of thousands more in surrounding states. These children face immense challenges, including the fact that an estimated 70% of child victims of human trafficking come from the foster system. But churches across the southeast and beyond are working to change that. The CAFO2017 Summit will bring America... continue reading


Good News Singers Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Good News Singers Celebrate 20th Anniversary

When a group of senior adults at Brentwood Baptist Church decided to form a musical group in 1997, their intention was not just to sing the old hymns they had grown up with, but to use music as their ministry. And for the past 20 years, the Good News Singers have done just that. Formed with retired executives, managers, former ministers of... continue reading


Nolensville FAQ

Nolensville FAQ

Why the town of Nolensville for a new regional campus? Our planning for new regional campuses involves many steps. Among those are seeking God’s direction in prayer, assessing the need for the gospel in a particular community, considering its distance from existing Brentwood Baptist campuses, relating with other churches in the vicinity, reviewing the demographics and future growth potential,... continue reading


Annual Report 2016

Annual Report 2016

2016 was a wonderful year when we saw God do great things in and through our church. Our Annual Report is an overview of the year, highlighting the work of the ministries that God allowed us to participate in. Looking back at all that was accomplished over the past 12 months clearly demonstrates how blessed this community of believers is. Please review... continue reading


Meeting Physical Needs in Our Community

Meeting Physical Needs in Our Community

Would you be surprised to know that one of the most effective pastoral care ministries in our church is staffed completely by volunteers? Would you also be surprised to know that this ministry will spend over $100,000 this year and not one dollar of that amount is included in our budget? Finally, would you be surprised to know that... continue reading