Rev. Eddy Aliff
Rev. Eddy Aliff is a native of Sandston, Virginia. After receiving his BS in biology from the University of Richmond (VA), he began teaching in the Christian school at Fellowship Baptist Church, Richmond, VA, where he was saved in 1971. He and his wife, Carol, taught in this Christian school from 1976 until 1980. God then moved them to a Christian school in Arkansas from 1980 to 1983, where he also served as youth pastor. In 1983 God moved the Aliffs back to Richmond to work at Landmark Baptist Church. During his 26 years at Landmark, he has served in various capacities and ministries of the church which helped to prepare him for the work ahead.
In 2008 God began closing out his ministry at Landmark and directing him to a new ministry. In September 2009, Eddy was named the assistant executive director of the assembly and in September 2010 he was installed as the Executive Director. In this capacity he serves as a "watchdog” to the General Assembly of Virginia and monitors agency regulations which affect the churches of VAIB.
Eddy and Carol live in Glen Allen, Virginia, and have three grown children.