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Recent Articles

  • August 2018 – Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    We continue to have several churches without pastors and it seems there is a shortage of preachers to call upon in times of need. That gets discouraging. At the same time we are hearing that some of our churches are growing and souls are being saved and that is encouraging. We need to remember that God is a loving and gracious God and that He is pleased... read more...

  • Searching for Pastors
    Posted by Brad Miller

    New Testament Baptist Church of Sullivan, Missouri is seeking a full-time, lead Pastor. Average attendance is around 200 in Sunday morning service. The church is located in mid-Missouri on Interstate-44. To submit a resume or for further information, contact Bro. Dave Wright by phone • 314-606-7069 or via e-mail • wrightsdecor@gmail.com First... read more...

  • Missouri State WMA Report Given at Mid-Year Association Meeting
    Posted by Brad Miller

    The newly elected (March 2018) President of the Missouri State Women’s Missionary Auxiliary of the Baptist Missionary Association of Missouri gave the report of the WMA at the Mid-Year meeting of the BMA MO. Sis. Barbara Williams (Emmanuel, St. Louis) did a great job informing the messengers and visitors about the work of the WMA and all that the... read more...

  • Faithful Member of Mt. Zion, Poplar Blu? Called Home
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Dorothy Nell Goldschmidt, age 94, of Fisk, MO, died Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Swift Creek Residential Facility, in Poplar Blu?, MO. She was born October 13, 1923 at Coon Island, MO, daughter of the late George and Lillian (Scoggins) McBroom. She taught at several area schools during the 1940’s and enjoyed raising her children on the farm and being... read more...

  • What are our priorities?
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Genesis 7:21-23 – “And all ?esh died that moved upon the earth, both of fowl, and of cattle, and of beast, and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth, and every man: All in whose nostrils was the breath of life, of all that was in the dry land, died. And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both... read more...

  • The Hales’ June Newsletter
    Posted by Brad Miller

    We are moving! I got a call from our landlord informing me that when the contract for our house comes up for renewal the frst of August, he’d be more than doubling our rent. I promptly told him that we’d be moved out by the end of July. I knew it could be difficult to find another good, safe, a?ordable home in the area we needed, but I also knew... read more...

  • July 2018 – Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Please note the two “Thank You Notes” elsewhere on this page expressing appreciation to our churches for the financial help recently given to one of our churches and one of our pastors by our association. I am thankful to be a part of an association that wants to help others. The two missionary families which were at our Mission Symposium are scheduled... read more...

  • Thank you!!
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Bro. Jim and the BMA of Missouri Missions: On behalf of North Lake Church in Smithville, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. A gift like your’s is not only a wonderful and godly blessing, it’s an answer to prayers! Though we may be a young church, we are excited for the future of our ministries. We are strong believers that the Church of Jesus... read more...

  • My Deepest Appreciation
    Posted by Brad Miller

    I would like to thank each church and individual that gave to my love offering for the mid-year Mission Symposium of the BMAMO. Your Christian love will be remembered forever. This offering is a great help on my medical bills. Since the May meeting I have received my leg. I have now moved back home after 11 months of being with family. The therapy is... read more...

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