It doesn't take a lot of money to make a difference for hungry people in North America. For example, $50 will feed 250 homeless people in New York City at soup kitchens and sack lunch distributions.
In 2011, Sonia Kaylor served through Families on Mission. The experience stuck, and in 2012, three generations of her family returned to be involved in this ministry.
The Lord changed Doug King's life through the ministry of Access Church. Your support through Vision Virginia gives church plants like Access tools to expand their ministries even more.
Onancock Baptist had struggled to find a someone who could connect with their youth, but that changed thanks to a ministry intern and the support of the Vision Virginia State Missions Offering.
September 16–23, 2012 | Goal: $250,000
Hunger is all around us in surprising places, but together Southern Baptists can address this need wherever it appears.
Through the partnership of the Cooperative Program, you don't ever have to feel like a "lone ranger."
Download powerpoint slides and bulletin inserts for CP Sunday April 22, 2012.
A roundup of logos, videos, and materials to both educate your church about CP and promote CP.
The 2011 SBC of Virginia Annual Homecoming was at Grove Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. The event featured speakers Mark Becton, Stephen Rummage, Kevin Ezell, and Herb Reavis Jr. as well as a special inauguration service for IMB president Tom Elliff on Monday evening.
We trust that our Lord is blessing your ministry. Rest assured that you are often in our prayers.
In a strategic move to free more resources for the harvest, the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia are breaking ground on a new mission support center facility.