The SBC of Virginia is very fortunate to partner with local churches and organizations to provide conferences, events and resources for ministry to women.
Beautiful Beginnings Women’s Conference
January 23, 2016 | Abingdon, VA
A southwest regional women’s conference with Guest Speaker Dr. Rhonda Kelly at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center. The fee is $20.
For more information and to register, click here:
Fit 2 Lead Women’s Equipping Event
February 20, 2016| 9:00AM – 12:00 PM | Glen Allen, VA
“You Are Not Alone – Walking in God’s Truth”
Who: All women desiring to grow in closer relationship with God and others.
Where: SBC of Virginia, 4956 Dominion Boulevard, Glen Allen, VA 23060
Cost: The conference is free, but space is limited.
Living Proof with Beth Moore
April 29-30, 2016 | Norfolk, VA
A women’s conference with Guest Speaker Beth Moore and music led by Travis Cottrell. Early registration is $29.
The truth is a powerful tool for life change—the truth spoken in love, taught from a bold and trustworthy teacher will rearrange you. If you need a break from your hectic life, if you need a few hours that will offer days upon days of renewal in your spiritual life, if you need a place to join together with other women who are doing their best to walk with the Lord in this challenging world or if you just need to be spurred on—if that’s you, then you belong with us.
For more information, visit LifeWay’s website:
Ladies Leadership Retreat
August 5-6, 2016
More Information Coming Soon!
The SBC of Virginia Women’s Ministry is dedicated to providing resources that will strengthen and empower you to lead in your churches and small groups. This blog exists to encourage, equip, and engage women’s ministry leaders.
Welcome to a simple, new website designed to assist each of us to seize the greatest power source on earth — PRAYER.
This website will be a catalyst to lead those across the Commonwealth in need of prayer to salvation, to find a church home or to share a brief prayer need that will be lifted to the Father by a group of prayer warriors.