The Upstate Pastors Network is a community of pastors who gather for fellowship and equipping. Sponsored by Clamp Divinity School of Anderson University, the Network hosts events to help pastors grow and connect. This workshop luncheon will feature Pastor Mike Glenn.
Mike Glenn is the pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church in Nashville, TN. Under his leadership, the church has grown to a membership of over 11,000 people across eight campuses located throughout Middle Tennessee. Just 10 years after moving into its current main campus location at 7777 Concord Road, Brentwood Baptist Church became debt free in 2012. With Mike’s vision to reach and partner with regional communities and churches, Brentwood Baptist Church began the Middle Tennessee Initiative by addressing needs and issues related to poverty, education and healthcare. Mike has written three books, In Real Time, The Gospel of Yes, and Coffee with Mom. Mike has received rave reviews for his dynamic, informative and storytelling abilities as a keynote speaker across the world on subjects ranging from marriage enrichment, racial reconciliation, mental health and revitalizing and repurposing churches.
10:10am | Campus Worship | Rainey Fine Arts Center
11:30am | Luncheon | Student Center Banquet Hall
2:30pm | Adjourn
Phillip Pointer serves as Senior Pastor of Saint Mark Baptist Church. Pastor P, as he’s affectionately known, joined the Saint Mark family in 2012. Pastor Pointer earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. He earned a Master of Divinity with honors from The Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University in Richmond, Virginia. Pastor Pointer has served in ministry for more than 25 years.