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Ben Reed
Works at Long Hollow Baptist Church
Attended University of Tennessee at Martin
Lives in Clarksville, TN
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  • Long Hollow Baptist Church
    Small Groups Pastor, 2012 - present
  • Grace Community Church
    Small Groups Pastor & Executive Pastor, 11 - 2012
  • Little Mount Baptist Church
    Youth Pastor, 6 - 11
  • Starbucks
    Barista and Supervisor, 7 - 11
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Clarksville, TN
knoxville, TN - Louisville, KY - Clarksville, TN
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Husband, Father, small groups pastor, writer, thinker, coffee lover, golfer.
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survived high school, college, and grad school
  • University of Tennessee at Martin
    Animal Science, 2000 - 2004
  • Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
    Theology and Biblical Counseling, 2004 - 2009
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9 unintended benefits of small group life

We all have an opinion on small group life. Some of us lean towards “small groups are amazing.” Some of lean towards “small groups are

Why it’s biblical to keep your shoes on during small group

I never wear my shoes in the house. Shoes bring in dirt. On top of that, I’m more comfortable without them on. My at-home routine when

I wish I could forget

Ever said this? I bet you have. There’s something that’s happened to you that you wish you could wipe from your memory forever. You wish

The one thing you should never say to a gym returnee

This is the time of year when people are returning to the gym. You know those guys. Maybe you’re one of those guys. You have intended t

Preschoolers’ version of Christmas

How do preschoolers tell the Christmas story? My church sat down with some recently. I think you'll enjoy their...retelling. A

Jesus’ family is more dysfunctional than yours (sermon)

We tend to romanticize Christmas with songs like “Silent Night” and our “perfect” little Nativity scenes. But the reality is that Ch

Success hinges on ‘insignificant’ details

On our way home from a long trip the other day, my son asked if he could “watch the map” on my phone and help tell us how to get home. S

A Christmas to Remember

I'll bet you need a good laugh today. Watch this video, then pick up Dave Barnes' new Christmas album. You can thank me later. &nbs

A tale of 2 pastors

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it

Pastor, You Need the Refuge of a Gospel Community

Purchase via Amazon We pastors are good at our individual faith. Really good. We can pray. We can read. We can introspect. We can “interpret

My take on writing

I love writing. I do. I love crafting words to give structure to thought. I love painting a beautiful picture out of a seemingly m

Be careful you’re not blinded by your tears

We have a newborn. And though I love her, you don’t hear a ton about how tough the first few weeks are. Maybe it’s because we parents do

Crazy slow drivers. Crazy fast drivers.

I was driving down the interstate the other day, just cruising along minding my own business. Creeping to the top of a hill, two lanes merge

The #1 way to fight insecurity

Moses is one of my favorite heroes in the Bible. Partly because of the danger surrounding the time of his birth. Partly because he was an am

11 Habits Every New Dad needs to learn

I'm not a new dad. I guess I'm what you'd call a

The coffee ship

While I was in seminary, I worked on a ship at the convergence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. It was a different kind of ship than you

A little bonus

I'm working on writing a book that I hope will help a lot of people. (in fact, it will release on November 18!) It's grown into the culm