Articles from Brentwood Baptist Church

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One Hope Weekend

One Hope Weekend

On March 23-25, The Church at Woodbine will host One Hope Weekend. The three-day event will be an effort to continue creating a mission culture at The Church at Woodbine and inspire and motivate members to live missionally by engaging the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ, anywhere, anytime, with anybody. The event will kick off on... continue reading


Welcome Wade Owens

Welcome Wade Owens

Wade Owens is the new Campus & Teaching Pastor at The Church at Nolensville. He previously served as the Teaching and Missions Pastor at Sagemont Church in Houston, Texas (2002-2017). Originally from the Houston area, Wade attended Texas A&M University before receiving a Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (2009) and a Masters... continue reading


Annual Report 2017

Annual Report 2017

2017 was an amazing year where we saw God do many great things. Our annual report is an overview of the year and highlights the work He led us to across each campus. Please review the 2017 Annual Report to the church. This report highlights the decisions and ministries our church was a part of and the ways in which God blessed... continue reading


To Be Called Christians  |  A Vision Series

To Be Called Christians |  A Vision Series

Our Mission Engaging the whole person with the whole gospel of Jesus Christ anywhere, anytime, with anybody Our mission begins with you. Every day you are surrounded by people who need Jesus—in the house across the street from yours, in the aisle with you at the grocery store, in the cubicle next to you at work. The world is... continue reading


Budget 2018

Budget 2018

For almost 50 years, God has blessed our church with resources and talents that have provided us with opportunities to further His Kingdom’s work in Middle Tennessee and around the world. 2017 has been no exception. Our church family has expanded to six growing and thriving campuses as a result of the Middle Tennessee Initiative. A seventh campus in Nolensville is... continue reading


Learn More About Proposed Bylaw Changes

Learn More About Proposed Bylaw Changes

The Church Charter and Bylaws are updated occasionally to reflect changes in organizational structure or practice or to reinforce or restate a theological or doctrinal position. The Brentwood Baptist Church Trustees are recommending the Church affirm changes to our Charter and Bylaws. If approved, this update will be the fifth version of the Charter and Bylaws since the Church was... continue reading