AUG. 6-9 7:15pm nightly

beginning with 11am morning worship on Sunday, Aug. 6th

Nursery Provided for birth – 3 yrs.

Kid’s Revival “Hero Central (4-6 yrs) 

Sun., Aug. 6th 11am service

 Speaker: Mark Simpson



Mark Simpson was born in Bombay, India. After being adopted at the age of two and a half, Mark lived in Florida and then moved to South Carolina shortly after. In 2009, Mark started his collegiate career with Liberty University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Youth Ministry 2015. After completing his degree, he proposed to his then girlfriend and they were married in May of 2016. In addition to that, Mark is completing a Masters in Christian Apologetics with Liberty University Online with the goal of assisting people with the art of defending the faith. 


Sun., Aug.6th 7:15pm 

 Speaker: Rev. Jason Canipe,              Piney River Baptist Church

Rev. Canipe was born in Fort Myers, FL but raised in Maiden, NC.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Religion and Social Science and plans on pursuing my Masters of Theology through Dallas Theological Seminary.  Rev. Canipe became pastor of Piney River Baptist Church in June of 2008. He and his wife, Ashley, are getting ready to celebrate their 10 year anniversary in September. They have a 7 year old son named Greyson, a 5 year old daughter named Audrey, and a little baby girl due in November.

Special Music: “One Accord”


Mon., Aug.7th 7:15pm 

 Speaker: Dr. Joey Anthony

Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Colonial Heights, VA      


Bachelor of Arts degree from Bluefield College, Bluefield, Virginia; Master of Divinity degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina; Doctor of Ministry degree from Liberty Theological Seminary, Lynchburg, Virginia.

Dr. Anthony began as Lead Pastor at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Colonial Heights, Virginia in October 2015, coming here from Midway Baptist in Phenix, VA where he served for 18 years. In addition to his years of preaching, he has served as a Trustee for the North American Mission Board, SBC, from 2008-2012 and 2012-2016.  While serving with the Trustees, he has been on the Chaplains Commission; there he has been elected Vice-Chairman and Chairman.  Presently, he is also serving as the Ambassador to the Pastors of Virginia for the North American Mission Board.

Dr. Anthony is happily married to Angela Massie Anthony (since 1988) and have four children and one grandson, and two granddaughters!

Special Music: Clifford Choir

Tues., Aug.8th 7:15pm

 Speaker: Pastor Marv Fisher

Calvary Chapel of Farmville



Pastor Marv Fisher started preaching and teaching as a teenager in his hometown in Lancaster County, PA, at the encouragement of his youth leaders. In his early twenties he heard tapes of Calvary Chapel pastors teaching the Bible verse by verse. This became a model for ministry and greatly affected his opportunity for service in the years to come.

In 1995, Marv and his wife, Sherri, moved to south central VA and started ministering and preaching as the Lord provided opportunity. Pastor Marv and Sherri have been blessed with seven children.  Family, farming and construction are a big part of Marv’s life and many times appear in his sermon stories and illustrations.

In Jan. 2010, Pastor Marv and his family, along with a small group of believers, answered the call to plant a Calvary Chapel in Farmville, VA. God has graciously opened the door to serve in this small college town and to reach out to the outlying rural community. 

Special Music: Mischa Gaines


Wed., Aug.9th 7:15pm

Speaker: Pastor Kelvin Brown

Mt. Olive Baptist Church

Kelvin Brown has served as the senior pastor of the Mt. Olive Baptist since April of 2004. He is a devoted family man and is married to Fran Brown. He served the citizens of the Town of Amherst for over 33 years as a law enforcement officer with the Amherst Police Department, and retired as Chief of Police on September 1, 2014.

He loves God and he loves people.



Special Music: Mt. Olive Baptist Church Choir and Derrick Thompson