Download a copy of the 2010 Ministry Investment Plan adopted at the 2009 Annual Homecoming.
The SBCV 2009 Annual Homecoming was hosted November 8–10 at First Baptist Church, Norfolk. The theme was "Pushing Back the Darkness through Evangelism" based on Acts 19:10.
At the SBCV 2009 Annual Homecoming, the member churches of the SBCV voted to approve the Vision 20/20 Report, a comprehensive vision for the next ten years of ministry, which included the proposal that by 2020, a full 52.5% of SBCV CP receipts would go on to SBC national and international missions.
In the summer and fall of 2009, the SBCV welcomes three new members to its state missionary team.
It's the mission of SBCV Studentz Ministry to support and equip SBCV churches in Student Ministry.
Staunton River Community Church in Brookneal first met Easter Sunday 2006 on the banks of the Staunton River and continued meeting there for six months until the weather turned cold.
Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Tim Tebow talks about the importance of the "dash" between his birthdate and date of death. Sonlight Church in Chesapeake recently used the occasion of its 10th anniversary to consider how it had spent its "dash" thus far.
Camp 2009 was July 13–17 at Liberty University and featured the theme Dash, based on 1 Corinthians 9:24.
Document outlining 11 steps in a process for sponsorship.
The SBCV, in partnership with the North American Mission Board, is actively involved in planting new churches throughout the Greater Washington DC area.
Randy Aldridge has been the Church Enrichment Missionary for the Southwestern Ministry Area of our state for the past four years. In 2009, Randy will shift his focus to fostering church planting.
Would you like to share the Gospel with people from every part of North America from right out of your own home? The ERC sponsors a toll-free hotline which offers seekers the opportunity to call you for information about how they can experience new life in Jesus Christ.