House Groups have been designed to journey with others in community for a longer duration of time. These groups remain closed after a certain capacity is reached and requires a commitment of 12-24 months depending on the group. This is done so that an individual can experience a deeper level of accountability, being known, care, and discipleship. These groups last for up to 2 years.
Kimball J. Chambers has lived in the Lynchburg area for 13 years. He has been going to Brentwood for 9 years. Kimball has been married almost 7 years to a lovely young woman named Hope. Together, they raise 3 amazing kids. Olivia, their 9 year old daughter was recently adopted and is adjusting well to her new home. Kayden, first born is 4. He is diagnosed with autism. Charlotte, the 3 year old firecracker Char is just one big bundle of joy and happiness. Kimball will be starting a men's group that plans to meet on Monday nights at 6pm. Kimball would love to meet anyone interested in joining his group on Sundays at church. Most Sundays you can find him walking around the foyer serving. He's looking forward to meeting you all!
Warrior Men is group designed for all men ages 21+ that want to join together weekly to go to new and deeper levels in Jesus. Through the teachings in the Bible, men will learn how to grow as a Christ-follower, husband, father and brother-in-Christ. Together we will learn how to lead in our lives and in our relationships while maintaining a positive, growing relationship with people. (This group is to compliment Warriors and Warrior Wives)
Brandon's first passion is for counseling/mentoring (MA in Counseling). He loves group life and is especially grateful for the home that God has blessed him with and how it allows him to host & lead. He is a big proponent of groups saturated with laughter, insight, intimacy, and inspiration as we grow together in the grace of God!
Erin is a full-time employee at Liberty University. She is originally from northern New Jersey and will always have a deep love for her home state even though she has permanently moved away. She is obsessed with coffee, her pets, and anything red. In her free time, she paints, enjoys deep philosophical conversations with friends, and is working on writing a book to help people overcome the daily struggles of living with a chronic illness and lead relatively normal lives. Ultimately, her dream is to create and develop mobile platforms for education that can be accessible all over the world: all children and adults deserve a chance to earn an education.