Jay Strother • Lead Campus Pastor

Jay Strother

Lead Campus Pastor

Jay Strother is the Lead Campus Pastor at The Church at Station Hill. He previously served the Brentwood campus as the Emerging Generations Minister (2006-2009) overseeing the spiritual formation process for families and all ministries birth through college. Prior to that, Jay was the student minister at Brentwood Baptist (2001-2005), Shiloh Baptist (AL) and Wisetown Baptist (IL). He also served with Crosspoint Sports Camps (LifeWay) as a teaching pastor/coach in inner-city Baltimore.

He's been passionate about preaching/teaching, the next generation of the church, and working to connect church and home since he was 19 years old. Jay is a graduate of Greenville (IL) College and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He's a contributing author to Perspectives on Family Ministry (B&H, 2009) and an author of several small group resources for Serendipity House.

Jay’s favorite stories come from the adventures of life with his wife Tanya, their three lively girls and their son from Nepal. He enjoys good books, strong coffee, college basketball, and St. Louis Cardinals baseball.

Sermons by Jay Strother

Title Date Series Speaker
Rhythms of a Sent Life: Being May 21, 2017 Living Sent Jay Strother
The Way Things Were Meant to Be October 25, 2015 God’s Unfolding Story Jay Strother
Held Back: Guilt and Forgiveness July 27, 2014 Summer School Jay Strother
All Things Work Together for Good October 13, 2013 Romans Jay Strother
First Called Christians April 7, 2013 The Vision Jay Strother

Articles by Jay Strother

The Reasonable, Logical, and Thoughtful Side of Faith

The Reasonable, Logical, and Thoughtful Side of Faith

“Most people would die sooner than think—in fact, they do so.” British philosopher Bertrand Russell popularized this expression in his 1925 book about physics, The ABC of Relativity. Sadly, many people in our culture today apply this same statement to Christianity. Puzzled by the anti-intellectual reputation of believers in North America, Christian historian Mark Noll produced a book... continue reading