16492 MLC Lane
Rockville, VA 23146 United States
John 15:5 – “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” (NIV)
Rhonda H. Kelley is the wife of Dr. Chuck Kelley, President of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. She is in full-time ministry – writing, speaking, and teaching. Dr. Kelley currently serves as Director of the Ministry Wife Program and Adjunct Professor of Women’s Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary as well as Associate Director of Innovative Evangelism. She is the author of several books including The Devotional for Women, Talking is a Gift, Life Lessons from Women of the Bible, the Woman’s Guide Bible Study series, Divine Discipline, and Raising Moms: Daughters Loving Their Mothers in the Later Years. She was the managing editor for The Study Bible for Women as well as the Old Testament and New Testament Commentaries for Women published by Broadman-Holman. She has been called to minister to women through the local church.
Mary Margaret serves as the Girls Ministry Specialist for LifeWay, which basically means that teenage girls and the women who lead them are her favorite people on the planet. She served several churches as a Girls Minister, has a master’s degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and is a former Event Coordinator. Mary Margaret has a passion to equip girls and women to dive deeply into God’s word and live out their calling. She also hosts LifeWay Women’s (MARKED) podcast and author of a new release Show Her the Way (Your Guide to Discipling Teen Girls). Mary Margaret is married to Jonathan and they love living in Franklin, TN.
Dr. Autry serves as Executive Director of the SBC of Virginia. He has his Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Ministry degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Previously he has served on church staffs in Virginia, including Kempsville Baptist church and most recently served as the senior pastor of Parkway Baptist Church in Moseley, VA. The Autry’s started Parkway Baptist in March 2002, and the church grew from 13 founding families to more than 1,000 people in attendance. Brian and his wife Jennifer live in a suburb of Richmond with their three children, Melissa, Mark, and Jenna.
12:30 PM | Registration and Check-in (Americas House, Bldg #2)
1:30 PM | Brief Instructions in Meeting Room (Global Center, Bldg #1)
1:45 PM | Breakout #1 (All breakouts are in the Global Center)
2:45 PM | Breakout #2
3:45 PM | Snack Break
4:00 PM | Breakout # 3
5:00 PM | Dinner (Dining Room Bldg, #18)
6:00 PM | Welcome (Global Center Bldg, #1)
6:30 PM | Concert of Prayer
7:30 PM | Main Session: Mary Margaret West
8:00 PM | Break
8:15 PM | Main Session: Dr. Rhonda Kelley
9:00 PM | Dismiss
8:00 AM | Breakfast (Dining Room Bldg, #18)
8:45 AM | Welcome and Worship (Global Center)
9:00 AM | Main Session: Dr. Brian Autry
9:45 AM | Table Talk
10:15 AM | Main Session: Mary Margaret West
10:45 AM | Table Talk
11:15 AM | Main Session: Dr. Rhonda Kelley
12:00 PM | Close in Prayer and Dismiss
$99.00 – Retreat and Double Occupancy
$159.00 – Retreat and Private Room
$59.00 – Friday and Saturday (no accommodations)
$35.00 – Saturday Only (no accommodations)
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For all others, register by August 1.
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