BMAA Meeting/Ballot Information

Baptist Missionary Association of America

The BMA of America national meeting has been canceled. However, we need our churches to vote even though we are not meeting as usual. You can find the ballot and more information at bmaamerica.org/2020ballot.

Recent Articles

  • BMAA Missions Debuts New Broadcast
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    by Holly Meriweather World Missions Day 2020 (Feb. 23) at 8 a.m., a new BMA Missions broadcast was introduced. Hosted by Yalanda Merrell, the monthly show is called mission:world.tv and will feature BMA missionaries and what they are doing around the world. An extension of mission:world magazine, it can be viewed on BMA Missions’ Facebook... read more...

  • DiscipleGuide Changes Explained
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    by Paul White, Chairman BMA of America Coordinating Council I am sharing the following information to try and explain what will be proposed for consideration at this year’s national meeting concerning the breakup of the various DiscipleGuide ministries. Although several recommendations will be presented this year, we have been blessed to experience... read more...

  • How Shoe Boxes Help Our Pastors
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    By Angela Rice Do you ever wonder what happens when our missionaries receive Everlasting Smiles Shoeboxes? Let me share this exciting news with you: The first shipment of shoeboxes arrived in El Salvador to Pastor Rigoberto Cruz on December 18. The very next day, Pastor Rigoberto and his team began loading trucks and distributing boxes to the different... read more...

  • Drink The Melted Ice Cream…
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    I’d like to tell you our story from the first week of February. Friday, 7th, Deekota didn’t have a good ob-gyn visit. Saturday, 8th, After leaving the Trail Life derby races the church van was rear ended while sitting at a stop sign. While at the hospital, Caleb developed complications. A tic that affected his speech. By Sunday, 9th, Caleb’s... read more...

  • From God’s Word & My Heart
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    by Pastor Ben Kingston • Bethel Baptist Church • Lonedell, MO “Where no oxen are, the crib is clean: but much increase is by the strength of the ox.” Proverbs 14:4 If you’re reading along on these articles, hopefully you dealt with “bitterness” in January and achieved an attitude of “forgiveness” in February. Now, I’d like... read more...

  • Trust in the Salvation of the Lord
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    Psalm 13:1-16 – by Dennis Barker This psalm was probably written by David during the difficult years of exile from King Saul. During his exile David confessed that, “there is a step between me and death” (I Samuel 20:3). By God’s grace, David turned his suffering into songs that help to encourage the believer in times of trials. The... read more...

  • March 2020 – Mission Director’s Report
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    Missions: It was a joy to be invited to be with the First Baptist Church of Matthews on World Missions Sunday and to also be able to join them for the Camp Garwood Breakfast Fundraiser that Saturday. It was a blessing to see several from other churches, even as far away as St. Charles, attend the breakfast which raised $1,704 for camp. My wife... read more...

  • WORLD MISSIONS DAY February 23, 2020!
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    by John David Smith World Missions Day is a significant event for BMA Missions as churches around the association pray and give a special offering to support our partnership in global missions. Pastor, this year I am personally asking if you will lead your church to prayerfully support global missions on World Missions Day with a special offering.... read more...

  • Promised Comfort
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    John 14:1, “Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me.” The hearts of the apostles were troubled because Jesus had announced to the apostles that He was going to leave them and return back to the Father. The apostle’s lives were about to be turned upside down, things were going to change. They were afraid because... read more...

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