Roger Severino • Adult Minister - Leadership

Roger Severino

Adult Minister - Leadership


Roger Severino

Since 2004, Roger has served on staff with Brentwood Baptist. He has worked in full-time vocational ministry since 1994. Currently, he’s the Adult Minister – Leadership in the Discipleship Ministry. He acquired his Doctorate of Ministry at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, AL in December 2016.

Roger is married to Mary Anne, and they have three wonderful children. He grew up in the Nashville area and attended Vanderbilt University. He received his Masters of Divinity at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL.

When he’s not at work, he enjoys dates with his wife, spending time with his friends and family, listening to music, reading and learning, going to his kids’ sports games, and traveling. He’s done an educational tour of Israel and followed Paul’s missionary travels through modern-day Turkey and Greece.

Articles by Roger Severino


How to Have a Gospel Conversation with Myself

How to Have a Gospel Conversation with Myself

When I was growing up, there was a commercial with the following tag line: “Orange Juice. It’s not just for breakfast anymore.” The makers of this well-known beverage wanted to instill into the minds of consumers that their consumption of OJ should not be limited to the early part of the day. When I came to faith as an... continue reading


10 Reasons You Should Come to Immersion

10 Reasons You Should Come to Immersion

This year’s Immersion Conference will be led by prominent New Testament scholar, Dr. George Guthrie. Dr. Guthrie teaches at Union University and is the author of numerous books and commentaries. The Immersion Conference takes place on Friday night, October 30 and Saturday morning, October 31 in Hudson Hall on the campus of Brentwood Baptist Church. Here are 10 reasons you should... continue reading


The Powerful Persuasion of a Good Marriage and Family

The Powerful Persuasion of a Good Marriage and Family

I am one of those people who like the idea of being able to speak to secular people and engage our culture in matters of faith. I often read books or articles on this topic, perhaps my favorite being The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller. If I’m being honest, however, I am... continue reading

Devotions by Roger Severino

Title Scripture Date
How Can We Know God? Romans 1:20-23 June 26, 2019
Meditating on God’s Word Psalm 1:1-6 June 6, 2019
Six Things Barnabas Teaches Us About Spiritual Leadership Acts 11:19-26 October 22, 2018
Biblical Marriage Proverbs 5:15-23 May 11, 2018
In the Fullness of Time, God Sent His Son Galatians 4:1-7 December 18, 2017
Who Me? A Spiritual Leader? No Way! 1 Corinthians 12:4-11 August 10, 2017
What does it mean to be human? Psalm 8 March 2, 2017
Questions about Fasting and the Sabbath Mark 2:18-28 November 4, 2016