Articles from Brentwood Baptist Church

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How The Lord Can Redeem Your Story

How The Lord Can Redeem Your Story

The Johnsons experienced difficult seasons as a family and have shared their story through our Creating Healthy Families Podcast. Read below to see how God redeemed their story and can give you hope for your story. Mary Johnson: Between six and seven years old, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. So, that foundation of looking to... continue reading


Annual Report 2019

Annual Report 2019

2019 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 2019 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


Music, Memories, and More

Music, Memories, and More

Recently, one of the ministries at the Brentwood campus shared their gift of music with others. The Good News Singers were performing at a local assisted living facility, where they were able to share the gospel through song. Marylee Atenhan, Director of The Good News Singers, shares her story with us. “We sang a message of good news... continue reading


Beauty, Bratwursts, and The Bible

Beauty, Bratwursts, and The Bible

This week, we begin our new sermon series, "The Big Story," and will unpack the gospel narrative from the perspective of the Gospel of John. Read the story below for encouragement for your week as you share the gospel with others in your conversations. "My wife, Caryn, and I were vacationing in Europe recently. While... continue reading


This Is How Our Community Is Improving Mental Health

This Is How Our Community Is Improving Mental Health

Our Mental Health Ministry provides groups, classes, and resources to help you and your loved ones along the journey. Read the story below to see how community changes lives. My name is Perry, and I have PTSD. It took many years to finally accept, understand, and say those words. I was a Sergeant in the 1 Cavalry Division... continue reading