Currently, we (Southern Baptist Disaster Relief) do not have anyone on the ground in Haiti.
The SBCV Disaster Relief ministry, with more than 3000 trained volunteers from partner churches, stands ready and willing to serve the earthquake victims in Haiti.
Returning to Grace Baptist Church in New Castle for four more days, May 18th thru the 21st, was definitely God’s perfect timing!
Snow, ice, rain and wind could not keep Baptist Builders from completing God’s work!
As the sun came up over the mountains and fields surrounding Grace Baptist Church in New Castle, Baptist Builders got up to build a place of worship!
The following story is a late-breaking, true account of a local Virginia woman who took the life of her own baby. This is another wakeup call that the horror of abortion goes on every day in every community. During this month's Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, may each one of us commit to pray for leaders of our commonwealth and our nation.
Hyland Heights Baptist Church sent two mission teams to New Orleans to partner with Operation NOAH.
During this year's SBCV Annual Homecoming, messengers and guests were given the opportunity to participate in a 12-booth Missions Fair, watch a brand-new feature video on Baptist Builders, hear about the work God is doing through Disaster Relief and Families on Mission, and enter a drawing for up to $1000 in mission trip scholarships.
Throughout 2009, churches which have made a new commitment to sponsor a church plant have been recognized by the presentation of an Eagle Award in a worship service in their church. Your church health strategists and church planting strategists are honored to present this list of new sponsoring churches.
The SBC of Virginia 2009 Annual Homecoming is fast becoming a fleeting memory, but the effects are lingering. For the Multiplying Churches Team, there were several highlights worth noting
Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia is pleased to announce the appointment of Rev. Brandon Pickett as the Director of Media Services.
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.