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Ken Corr is the Congregational Care Minister at Brentwood Baptist Church. Originally from Auburn, Alabama, Ken graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctorate of Ministry degree, and The University of Memphis with a Master of Science degree in community agency counseling. He is also a graduate of the Academy for Spiritual Formation. Ken is a National Board Certified Counselor.
At Brentwood Baptist, Ken's role is to work closely with individuals in need of counseling to provide assessment and referral to licensed therapists. He also provides leadership for the deacon ministry, supervision for support groups, the Benevolence ministry, and provides direction for funeral and wedding planning. Ken is married to Denise and they have four children.
Articles by Ken Corr
December 14, 2016
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
October 13, 2015
The first night in his freshman college dorm, Karl felt sick to his stomach. He thought he was ready for college, but he was not ready for this sadness. He had never been homesick in his life and felt terribly lonely. It was the first Sunday back in church since Sarah’s husband, Frank, had died six months... continue reading
December 19, 2014
When I was eleven, my older brother was killed in a motorcycle accident. The grief for my family and for me was overwhelming. Years later, I read a description of grief from Wendell Berry in The Lost World, that summarized what I was feeling as an eleven year old. “There was no place where what had happened had not happened.”... continue reading