93rd Annual Session of the Baptist Missionary Association of Missouri

October 10, 2020 starting at 9:00 a.m.

Please read “From Our Moderator” • “From Our Host Pastor” • “From Our Clerk”!
There have been some changes made that need everyone’s attention.

Recent Articles

  • Recommendations 93rd Annual Meeting of BMA of Missouri
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    Recommendations of the Special Missions Committee The Special Missions Committee of the BMA of Missouri met September 9, 2020 at Perryville, MO. The following recommendations were approved to submit to the Missionary Committee of the BMA of MO for consideration at the annual meeting October 10, 2020 at Zion Baptist Church in St. Louis. We recommend... read more...

  • September 2020 – Mission Director’s Report
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    We are getting ready for our Annual State Association which meets at Zion Baptist Church in St. Louis October 10, 2020. Various committee are meeting and getting ready to give their annual reports and bring recommendations for the approval of the messengers of the church that make up our great Baptist Missionary Association of Missouri Because our... read more...

  • August 2020 – Mission Director’s Report
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    This week I have been contacted by representatives of two of our churches who wanted to get some advice or help in the dispersion of funds and/or items from their churches who have reached the point of closing their doors. Needless to say, this is not the kind of news we want to hear, but it is becoming a reality too often. Neither of these decisions... read more...

  • Emmanuel Baptist Church in St. Louis
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    Due to continuing health issues, Bro. David Griggs has informed the editor that, after 30+ years he is resigning as pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in St. Louis and the church has voted to disband. They are selling their property and have two offers at this time. They also have some song books, a good piano and an organ and other items that they... read more...

  • One Hundred Years from NOW!
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    by Jeff Swart, BMAA President Five thousand pastors were recently surveyed and asked, “What do you think is the greatest need in the church today?” Interestingly enough, 98% listed as their number one or number two response: “To get the laymen involved in doing the work of the ministry.” The results of this survey is certainly no surprise... read more...

  • Can COVID-19 Stop Us?
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    by: Jordan M. Tew, Assist. to the Director of Baptist Publishing House Dear friends, I am concerned about the current state of our churches. Consider what has become “normal” for us: we are barely meeting for weekly worship, some congregations have eliminated singing praises to our Lord, most churches are not actively going out into their communities... read more...

  • July 2020 – Mission Director’s Report
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    October 10, 2020, We hope to be able to have our Baptist, Missionary Association of Missouri annual business meeting at Zion Missionary Baptist Church which will start at 9:00 a.m. Until then we need to be praying that all our churches will make plans to have three messengers attend this meeting to help make plans for the work we need to do in 2020-2021. We... read more...

  • Help Needed to Provide Everlasting Smiles
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    Friends, we need your help! Your church is invited to partner with us to provide Everlasting Smile Christmas Shoeboxes to missionaries in Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, and Nicaragua. These shoeboxes are a great tool to help our missionaries meet and build relationships with people. Many people will come to a service that is providing... read more...

  • Justification By Faith Illustrated
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    Romans 4:1-25 by Dennis Baker Justification in both the Old and New Testaments has always been by faith and grace. No one has ever been justified by works or keeping the law. The text provides three principles illustrating the spiritual experience of believers today is similar to that of Old Testament believers Abraham and David. Principle... read more...

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