General admission is free for messengers and guests, but registration is required.
Fellowship Lunches are offered at no charge, however due to limited seating, registration is required. The Women’s Dinner is a ticketed meal and can be purchased for $12 per person.
Session 1 - Sunday Evening, Nov 9 | 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Opening Session with worship, special music, and a message from Pastor Grant Ethridge
Session 2 - Monday Morning, Nov 10 | 9:00 am
Morning Breakout Sessions | 9:15 am & 10:30 am
Ready Church and Disaster Relief Volunteer Celebration
with special guest, Congressman Randy Forbes
Session 3 - Monday Afternoon, Nov 10 | 1:25 pm - 4:45 pm
Afternoon guests and keynote speakers include:
Sounds of Liberty, Dr. Frank Page, and Dr. Eric Geiger
Church Planting Dinner (by invitation only)
Dr. Alistair Begg
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Session 4 - Monday Evening, Nov 10 | 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Evening guests and speakers include:
Sounds of Liberty, TaRanda Greene, Dr. Alistair Begg, and Dr. Brian Autry
Session 5 - Tuesday Morning, Nov 11 | 9:00 am - Noon
Morning guests and speakers include:
Sounds of Liberty and Dr. Alistair Begg; Election of 2015 SBC of Virginia Officers
Missions Luncheon with author, Nik Ripken
Session 6 - Tuesday Afternoon, Nov 11 | 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Afternoon guests and speakers include:
Sounds of Liberty and Dr. John Marshall
Million Dollar Mission:
Dr. John Marshall
Dr. Chuck Lawless
Partnerships and Connecting Churches:
Stewardship, Beyond Money and Time:
Crisis Communication and Legal/Moral Issues:
Marriage and Parenting:
Grant & Tammy Ethridge
- Lunch, Monday, November 10: Ready Church and Disaster Relief Volunteer Celebration with special guest Congressman Randy Forbes
- Dinner, Monday, November 10: Church Planting Dinner with guest speaker Dr. Alistair Begg (by invitation only)
Dinner, Monday, November 10: Women’s Ministry Dinner with guest speaker TaRanda Greene
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- Lunch, Tuesday, November 11: Missions Luncheon with guest speaker Nik Ripken
Christmas Backpacks for Appalachia
Christmas Backpacks is a project to provide backpacks for impoverished children and youth in the Appalachian Region. The SBC of Virginia will be collecting churches' donated backpacks for the project at the 2014 Annual Homecoming. If you or your church would like to participate, you can learn more here.
Annual Homecoming 2013 was November 10 - 12 at First Baptist Church, Roanoke, and featured speakers Danny Akin, Ed Stetzer, Russell Moore, Don Wilton, and Randy Hahn.
A women's ministry dinner on Monday of Annual Homecoming, with guest speaker and vocalist, TaRanda Greene.