Attitude Affects Impact

“Words can never adequately convey the incredible impact of our attitude toward life. The longer I live the more convinced I become that life is 10 per cent what happens to us and 90 percent how we respond to it. “I believe the single most significant decision I can make on a day-to-day basis is my choice of attitude. It is more important than my past, my education, my bankroll, my successes or failures, fame or pain, what other people think of me or say about me, my circumstances, or my
position. Attitude keeps me going or cripples my progress…It alone fuels my fire or assaults my hope. When my attitude is right, there’s no barrier too high, no valley too deep, no dream too extreme, no challenge too great for me.
—Charles R Swindoll,
Strengthening Your Grip

Recent Articles

  • Local WMA’s Express Appreciation for the Ladies Retreat
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Bates Creek, Potosi would like to thank the retreat committee and Sis. Valarie Fish for another great retreat. We had five ladies go from Bates Creek. It was a great time of learning and fellowship with each other and with other ladies from around the state of Missouri. Sarah Buckley, Reporter Bethany, St. Louis, had four of our ladies, along with... read more...

  • Washington County District WMA
    Posted by Brad Miller

    September 16, 2017, Landmark in DeSoto hosted the Washington County District WMA. Opening song was “Just Over In the Gloryland” and opening prayer by Sis. Jean Haderlein. After the Youth and the Men left for their meetings, the Welcome was given by Sis. Betty Harrison and the Response by Sis. Pam Callahan of Zion. President Barb Williams gave a... read more...

  • Report of 7th Annual Brotherhood Fall Retreat
    Posted by Brad Miller

    by Dennis Baker, Brotherhood President A total of eighteen men attended the Brotherhood Fall Retreat at Camp Garwood. Bro. Jason Redden, pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Sikeston, provided an excellent devotional concerning “Making Choices.” Jason also shared his personal testimony of faith in Jesus Christ. Following the devotion, we were blessed... read more...

  • Lifeword Sunday – October 22, 2017
    Posted by Brad Miller

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  • BMA of MO Special Missions Committee Recommendations
    Posted by Brad Miller

    (to be considered October 28, 2017) Bro. James Hoffmann stand as nominee for Missions Director. That Director’s Salary be commensurate with duties asked, to be set by our Advisory committee. Bro. Don Burke Stand as nominee for Assistant Missions Director. That we give 1 month’s salary for Christmas Bonus to our Missions Director. That we designate... read more...

  • October 2017 – Assistant Missions Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    This is a particularly busy time as some local associations have their annual meetings, and the annual State Association meets which involves the closing of financial and record books of all our departments. As we review the past year we are reminded of God’s blessings upon His work among our churches. I was able to attend the annual meeting of the... read more...

  • The 95th Annual Meeting of the Meramec Landmark Baptist Association
    Posted by Brad Miller

    submitted by Michael Hearst The Meramec Landmark Baptist Association annual meeting was held Friday, September 22nd at New Testament Baptist Church in Sullivan, MO. The following are some of the highlights of this meeting: • Bro Joe Ginter, Pastor-Charity, Columbia, MO preached the annual message. • voted to send $5000 to the BMAA Disaster Relief... read more...

  • The Help of EACH CHURCH is NEEDED!
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Your cooperation will help us stay connected We Need Your Help? Each year the Baptist Missionary Association sends a form to all BMA churches to collect the most up-to-date information. This helps us connect, build relationships, and provide accurate information of the impact BMA churches are making through their local communities with the gospel. What... read more...

  • September 2017 – Associate Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    It is hard to believe we have entered the last month in our associational year that started last October. Your Special Missions Committee will meet September 14th to review our work this past year and to formulate plans for the year ahead. We hope to have some recommendations to present to the Missionary Committee at the annual meeting at Camp Garwood... read more...

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