Articles from Brentwood Baptist Church

Articles


2019 Budget

2019 Budget

Our Finance Ministry Team, Trustees, and staff have spent many months praying about and planning for what we are being called to do next.  God has given our church a vision with big goals to meet, and we are a big church who wants to be a part of big things. As we look ahead we see that, over... continue reading


Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief

Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief

Over the years, we as a church have responded to multiple disasters – the Asian Tsunami of 2004, Katrina in 2005, the Nashville Flood in 2010 and last year’s hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.Thanks to your generous giving, we have released $100,000 in the last three weeks to Southern Baptist disaster relief organizations specifically related to hurricanes Florence and Michael. Moving forward, we... continue reading



Gospel Transformation Stories from the Summer

Gospel Transformation Stories from the Summer

Over the summer, we interviewed three Brentwood Baptist children who attended Vacation Bible School and accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. We wanted to share how God is already working through these children to further the Kingdom for His glory. Landon Hall, Sophia Wooden, and Addison Wooden are all new believers who have a message to share about what... continue reading


Celebrating the Life of Barbara Glenn

Celebrating the Life of Barbara Glenn

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Barbara Bustin Glenn, our Senior Pastor’s mother. Mrs. Glenn passed from this life to her eternal home July 14, 2018 while she was surrounded by her family.   Mrs. Glenn was born on March 14, 1937 in Laurel, Mississippi. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, John M.... continue reading


5 Questions to Ask When Your Child Gets Home from Camp

5 Questions to Ask When Your Child Gets Home from Camp

A spiritual “mountain-top experience” can be regarded as a momentary, distinct encounter with the living God that is intended to give us new awareness of His authenticity and intimacy. As our children go to camp, the mountain-top experience can become a reality for them. As parents, we have the joy to assist our children in the reentry process... continue reading