Minister Terrell Glenn was born to and raised by his mother Tamara Anderson Williams in the south side of Richmond, Virginia, particularly, the home of his beloved late great‐grandmother Esther Smith, who everyone affectionately called “Granny”. Minister Glenn received his strong biblical inspirations and numerous life lessons from his great‐grandmother. Min. Glenn has been blessed to have three great male role models that have helped him grow as a young man: William Smith III (grandfather), Steven Glenn Sr. (father), and Greer Williams (step‐father). Min. Glenn spent seven years in Richmond Public Schools before relocating to Henrico County with his mother and stepfather, graduating from Varina High School.
Min. Glenn is a December 2017 graduate of Old Dominion University where he earned a major in Philosophy with a Minor in Sociology. Min. Glenn is a Spring 2016 initiate of the Nu Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. Min. Glenn intends to get his Masters in Divinity at Virginia Union University starting in the Fall of 2018.
Min. Glenn has been attending Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Midlothian, Virginia since he was born. Min. Glenn has served on many ministries at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church: Youth Ushers Ministry, Youth Choir, Youth Ministry, Men Choir and Young Disciples of Christ. Min. Glenn currently serves as the Youth Pastor at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Most importantly, Min. Glenn believes in the transformation of lives through the preached and lived word of God.