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File - Baptist Missionary Association of Mississippi
Yearbook
of the
Baptist Missionary
Association of America
Two Thousand Fourteen
Sixty-Fifth Annual Session
Statehouse Convention Center
Little Rock, Arkansas
April 28-30, 2014
Future Sessions
2015 — Springfield, Missouri
2016 — Gatlinburg, Tennessee
2017 — Arlington, Texas
Presiding Officers
President
Ed Stephenson
First Vice-President
Jason Aultman
Second Vice-President
Paul White
Recording Secretaries
James Ray Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
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Contents
Brotherhood........................................................................................... 127
Chronology................................................................................................. 4
Committee Personnel (all departments).................................................... 29
Committee Reports:
DiscipleGuide Church Resources.................................................... 190
LIfeword............................................................................................ 64
Ministers Resource Services............................................................ 101
Miscellaneous.................................................................................. 259
Missions.......................................................................................... 211
Moral Action Committee.................................................................... 57
Seminary......................................................................................... 164
Doctrinal Statement.................................................................................. 11
Order of Business....................................................................................... 3
Principles of Cooperation.......................................................................... 17
Proceedings............................................................................................. 47
Roster of Churches................................................................................. 268
Women’s Missionary Auxiliary................................................................. 130
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Order of Business
1. Association Called to Order
2. Enrollment of Messengers: Report of Enrollment Committee
3. Election of Officers
4. Annual Sermon: Appointment of committees by president after election
5. Miscellaneous Business: Resolutions, Reports by Minor Committees, or
Proposed Amendments may be attended to any time no other committee’s report
or business is before the body. Matters referred to committees or churches the
year before and involving matters of representation, organization or rules for the
conduct of business take precedence over other committees.
6. Rules governing reports of major committees:
(1) Committees shall report in the order listed below. The first committee
reporting each year shall be placed at the bottom of the list next year, each
committee shall take its turn in the order indicated.
(2) No committee shall report out of order unless the committee that is due
to report is not prepared; then the committee next in order shall be called for and
the report of this committee shall not be interrupted except for points of order or
emergency announcement, or unless it is not prepared to give a full report, or set
orders of the day.
(3) Any time a committee report is not before the body, the committee
holding the priority in the Order of Business, if said committee is ready to
report, shall take precedence, with the exceptions already stated over all other
committees.
(4) The recording secretaries shall be responsible for listing the committees in
the order in which they shall report each succeeding year.
Order of
Committee Reports
2015
Women’s Missionary Auxiliary
Moral Action
Coordinating Council
Lifeword Media Ministries
Ministers Resource Services
Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
BMA Foundation
Brotherhood
Department of Missions
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Chronology
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
1950
Little Rock, Arkansas
Gerald D. Kellar
J. E. Cobb
John W. Duggar
E. T. Burgess
M. E. Childers
Gerald Parsons
W. J. Dorman
1951
Laurel, Mississippi
Gerald D. Kellar
C. C. Winters
John W. Duggar
E. T. Burgess
M. E. Childers
Gerald Parsons
D. N. Jackson
1952
Oklahoma City, OK
John W. Duggar
W. R. Speer
J. E. Cobb
E. T. Burgess
E. H. Henderson
M. E. Childers
John W. Duggar
1953
Little Rock, Arkansas
John W. Duggar
J. W. Dorman
W. R. Speer
E. T. Burgess
P. M. Cochran
W. S. Gordon
Harold E. Brunson
1954
Amarillo, Texas
W. J. Dorman
Roy B. Flippo
Harold Brunson
E. T. Burgess
P. M. Cochran
C. D. Parker
Gerald D. Kellar
1955
Jackson, Mississippi
W. J. Dorman
Roy B. Flippo
D. N. Jackson
E. T. Burgess
P. M. Cochran
C. D. Parker
Roy B. Flippo
1956
Lubbock, Texas
M. E. Childers
D. C. Dunson
W. R. Speer
E. T. Burgess
Ralph Cottrell
C. D. Parker
Alfred Jones
1957
Little Rock, Arkansas
M. E. Childers
Roy B. Flippo
W. R. Speer
E. T. Burgess
Ralph Cottrell
C. D. Parker
E. L. Jones
1958
Jackson, Mississippi
L. S. Walker
A. R. Reddin
S. T. Sullivan
B. G. Batson
Ralph Cottrell
C. D. Parker
A. R. Reddin
1959
Texarkana, Texas
L. S. Walker
A. R. Reddin
S. T. Sullivan
Ralph Cottrell
C. D. Parker
Bob Batson
Richard Walters
1960
Pensacola, Florida
A. R. Reddin
Luke Wadley
W. R. Speer
Ralph Cottrell
C. D. Parker
Jack Rainwater
D. N. Jackson
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Annual
Message
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
1961
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
A. R. Reddin
Luke Wadley
Richard Walters
Nelson Lanham
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
W. J. Burgess
1962
Joplin, Missouri
D. Luke Wadley
Richard Walters
S. T. Sullivan
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
D. O. Silvey
1963
Shreveport, Louisiana
D. Luke Wadley
W. J. Dorman
S. T. Sullivan
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
Harold E. Brunson
1964
Oklahoma City, OK
Richard Walters
C. O. Strong
E. H. Henderson
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
C. O. Strong
1965
Memphis, Tennessee
Richard Walters
C. O. Strong
E. H. Henderson
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
John W. Elliott
1966
Texarkana, Texas
E. H. Henderson
F. R. Ratliff
Z. W. Swafford
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
Jack Bateman
1967
Lubbock, Texas
E. H. Henderson
F. R. Ratliff
Z. W. Swafford
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
Dale Thornton
1968
Montgomery, Alabama
W. R. Speer
Jimmy Henry
A. R. Reddin
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
Donald F. Pruitt
1969
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
W. R. Speer
Jimmy Henry
Lynn Stephens
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Jack Rainwater
Perry Purtle
1970
Little Rock, Arkansas
W. R. Speer
Jimmy Henry
Lynn Stephens
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
Lynn Stephens
1971
Oklahoma City, OK
Jimmy Henry
Harold Hodges
Lynn Stephens
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
Harold Leytham
1972
Houston, Texas
Jimmy Henry
Harold Hodges
Harold Leytham
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
E. L. Jones
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Annual
Message
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
1973
Sacramento, CA
Lynn Stephens
C. D. Walker
Harold Leytham
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
Ralph Cottrell
1974
Memphis, Tennessee
Lynn Stephens
C. D. Walker
Kenneth Bobo
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
Gerald D. Kellar
1975
Little Rock, Arkansas
Kenneth Bobo
Gordon Reddin
Gene Smith,
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
Grover T. Laird
1976
Jackson, Mississippi
Kenneth Bobo
Gordon Reddin
Gene Smith
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Austin Steadman
L. S. Walker
1977
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Ray Thornton
Harold Hodges
Thomas Dixon
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Kenneth Bobo
1978
Albuquerque,
New Mexico
Ray Thornton
Harold Hodges
Thomas Dixon
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
James L. Silvey
1979
Baton Rouge, LA
Jack R. Courtney
Gordon Renshaw
James Schoenrock
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
M. E. Childers
1980
Little Rock, Arkansas
Jack Courtney
Gordon Renshaw
James Schoenrock
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Jurl Mitchell
1981
Biloxi, Mississippi
Gordon Renshaw
Ralph Brand
Don Collins
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
James Schoenrock
1982
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Gordon Renshaw
Ralph Brand
Don Collins
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
E. H. Henderson
1983
Biloxi, Mississippi
Don Collins
Leon Carmical
Gary Divine
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Harold Leytham
1984
St. Louis, Missouri
Don Collins
Leon Carmical
Gary Divine
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Kenny L. Digby
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Annual
Message
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
1985
Biloxi, Mississippi
Kenny L. Digby
Joel C. Slayton
W. H. Newman
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Gerald D. Kellar
1986
Arlington, Texas
Kenny Digby
Joel Slayton
Ronald Morgan
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
Granville Gordon
Rocky Maddox
1987
Biloxi, Mississippi
Ronald Morgan
Vernon R. Lee
Gary Divine
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
Paul Robinson
1988
Arlington, Texas
Ronald Morgan
Vernon Lee
Gary Divine
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
Gary Divine
1989
Flint, Michigan
Gary Divine
Alan Henson
Harold Hodges
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
Kenneth Bobo
1990
Tulsa, OK
Gary Divine
Alan Henson
Harold Hodges
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
C. R. Curtman
1991
Port Arthur, Texas
Vernon Lee
Jerry Burnaman
C. R. Curtman
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
Vernon Lee
1992
Mobile, Alabama
Vernon Lee
Jerry Burnaman
C. R. Curtman
O. D. Christian
Ralph Cottrell
G. H. Gordon
Roy McLaughlin
1993
Colorado Springs, CO
James Schoenrock
Grady Higgs
Stephen Howell
Ralph Cottrell
O. D. Christian
G. H. Gordon
Jeff Swart
1994
Pigeon Forge, TN
James Schoenrock
Grady Higgs
Stephen Howell
Ralph Cottrell
Gene Elrod
G. H. Gordon
Roy McLaughlin
1995
Dallas, TX
Grady L. Higgs
Leon Carmical
Roy McLaughlin
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Jurl Mitchell
1996
Colorado Springs, CO
Grady Higgs
Leon Carmical
Roy McLaughlin
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
John Greene
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Annual
Message
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
1997
Lubbock, Texas
Roy McLaughlin
Ronald Morgan
Martin Jameson
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
I. V. Hight
1998
Dallas, TX
Roy McLaughlin
Ronald Morgan
Harold Hodges
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Henry Horton
1999
Colorado Springs, CO
Ronald Morgan
Leon Carmical
David Watkins
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Jerry Jolly
2000
Little Rock, Arkansas
Ronald Morgan
Leon Carmical
David Watkins
Ralph Cottrell
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
50th Year
Celebration
2001
Wichita, Kansas
Leon Carmical
Doug Brewer
Richard Smith
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Charley Holmes
2002
Joplin, Missouri
Leon Carmical
Doug Brewer
Richard Smith
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
David Watkins
2003
Baton Rouge, LA
Doug Brewer
Richard Smith
David Watkins
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
Kenneth Bobo
2004
Killeen, Texas
Doug Brewer
Richard Smith
David Watkins
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
David Dickson
2005
Joplin, Missouri
Richard Smith
David Watkins
Terry L. Coleman
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
David Norvell
2006
Mobile, Alabama
Richard Smith
David Watkins
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
John David Smith
2007
Ft. Smith, Arkansas
David Watkins
Philip Attebery
Roy McLaughlin
James R. Raines
Don J. Brown
Greg Medenwald
Steve Crawley
2008
Waco, Texas
David Watkins
Philip Attebery
Roy McLaughlin
Greg Medenwald
James R. Raines
Don Brown
Charley Holmes
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Annual
Message
Date
Place of
Meeting
President
Vice-Presidents
Clerks
2009
Branson, Missouri
Philip Attebery
Paul Bullock
Greg Medenwald
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
2010
Ft. Smith, Arkansas
Philip Attebery
Paul Bullock
Ed Stephenson
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
Jason Aultman
2011
Wichita Falls, Texas
Paul Bullock
Ed Stephenson
Jason Aultman
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
Grady Higgs
2012
Jackson, Mississippi
Paul Bullock
Ed Stephenson
Jason Aultman
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
George Reddin
2013
Norman, Oklahoma
Ed Stephenson
Jason Aultman
Paul White
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
Scott Attebery
2014
Little Rock, Arkansas
Ed Stephenson
Jason Aultman
Paul White
James R. Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
Annual
Message
Eric Johnson
*Newly elected of cers through 1968 assumed responsibilities immediately. After 1968 newly elected
of cers assumed of ce at the end of the annual session in which they were elected. This fact accounts
for the name of W. R. Speer appearing as president over a three-year-period.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Doctrinal Statement
Statement of Principles
of Cooperation
(Constitution)
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DOCTRINAL STATEMENT
I. GOD
There is one living and true God, the creator of the universe (Exod. 15:11; Isa. 45:11;
Jer. 27:5). He is revealed in the unity of the Godhead as God the Father, God the Son,
and God the Holy Spirit, who are equal in every divine perfection (Exod. 15:11; Matt.
28:19; II Cor. 13:14).
A. God the Father is the supreme ruler of the universe. He providentially directs the
affairs of history according to the purposes of His grace (Gen. 1; Ps. 19:1; Ps. 104; Heb.
1:1-3).
B. God the Son is the Savior of the world. Born of the virgin Mary (Matt. 1:18; Luke
1:26-35), He declared His deity among men (John 1:14, 18; Matt. 9:6), died on the cross
as the only sacrifice for sin (Phil. 2:6-11), arose bodily from the grave (Luke 24:6, 7,
24-26; I Cor. 15:3-6), and ascended back to the Father (Acts 1:9-11; Mark 16:19). He is
at the right hand of the Father, interceding for believers (Rom. 8:34; Heb. 7:25) until He
returns to rapture them from the world (Acts 1:11; I Thess. 4:16-18).
C. God the Holy Spirit is the manifest presence of deity. He convicts of sin (John
16:8-11), teaches spiritual truths according to the written Word (John 16:12-15),
permanently indwells believers (Acts 5:32; John 14:16, 17, 20, 23), and confers on every
believer at conversion the ability to render effective spiritual service (I Peter 4:10, 11).
II. THE SCRIPTURES
A. The Scriptures are God’s inerrant revelation, complete in the Old and New
Testaments, written by divinely inspired men as they were moved by the Holy Spirit (II
Tim. 3:16; II Peter 1:21). Those men wrote not in words of human wisdom but in words
taught by the Holy Spirit (I Cor. 2:13).
B. The Scriptures provide the standard for the believer’s faith and practice (II Tim.
3:16, 17), reveal the principles by which God will judge all (Heb. 4:12; John 12:48), and
express the true basis of Christian fellowship (Gal. 1:8, 9; II John 9-11).
III. CREATION
A. The World—God created all things for His own pleasure and glory, as revealed in
the biblical account of creation (Gen. 1; Rev. 4:11; John 1:2, 3; Col. 1:16).
B. The Angels—God created an innumerable host of spirit beings called angels. Holy
angels worship God and execute His will; while fallen angels serve Satan, seeking to
hinder God’s purposes (Col. 1:16; Luke 20:35, 36; Matt. 22:29, 30; Ps. 103:20; Jude 6).
C. Man—God created man in His own image. As the crowning work of creation, every
person is of dignity and worth and merits the respect of all other persons (Ps. 8; Gen.
1:27; 2:7; Matt. 10:28-31).
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IV. SATAN
Satan is a person rather than a personification of evil (John 8:44), and he with his
demons opposes all that is true and godly by blinding the world to the gospel (II Cor.
4:3, 4), tempting saints to do evil (Eph. 6:11; I Peter 5:8), and warring against the Son
of God (Gen. 3:15; Rev. 20:1-10).
V. DEPRAVITY
Although man was created in the image of God (Gen. 1:26; 2:17), he fell through sin
and that image was marred (Rom. 5:12; James 3:9). In his unregenerate state, he is
void of spiritual life, is under the influence of the devil, and lacks any power to save
himself (Eph. 2:1-3; John 1:13). The sin nature has been transmitted to every member
of the human race, the man Jesus Christ alone being excepted (Rom. 3:23; I Peter
2:22). Because of the sin nature, man possesses no divine life and is essentially and
unchangeably depraved apart from divine grace (Rom. 3:10-19; Jer. 17:9).
VI. SALVATION
A. The Meaning of Salvation—Salvation is the gracious work of God whereby He
delivers undeserving sinners from sin and its results (Matt. 1:21; Eph. 2:8, 9). In
justification He declares righteous all who put faith in Christ as Savior (Rom. 3:2022), giving them freedom from condemnation, peace with God, and full assurance of
future glorification (Rom. 3:24-26).
B. The Way of Salvation—Salvation is based wholly on the grace of God apart from
works (Titus 3:5; Eph. 2:9). Anyone who will exercise repentance toward God and faith
in the Lord Jesus Christ will be saved (Acts 16:30-32; Luke 24:47; Rom. 10:17).
C. The Provision of Salvation—Christ died for the sins of the whole world (John 1:29;
3:16; I John 2:1, 2). Through His blood, atonement is made without respect of persons
(I Tim. 2:4- 6). All sinners can be saved by this gracious provision (Heb. 2:9; John 3:18).
VII. DIVINE SOVEREIGNTY AND HUMAN FREEDOM
God’s sovereignty and man’s freedom are two inseparable factors in the salvation
experience (Eph. 2:4-6). The two Bible truths are in no way contradictory, but they
are amazingly complementary in the great salvation so freely provided. God, in His
sovereignty purposed, planned and executed salvation in eternity while man’s freedom
enables him to make a personal choice in time, either to receive this salvation and be
saved, or to reject it and be damned (Eph. 1:9-12; 1:13, 14; John 1:12, 13).
VIII. SANCTIFICATION
All believers are set apart unto God (Heb. 10:12-14) at the time of their regeneration
(I Cor. 6:11). They should grow in grace (II Peter 1:5-8) by allowing the Holy Spirit
to apply God’s Word to their lives (I Peter 2:2), conforming them to the principles of
divine righteousness (Rom. 12:1, 2; I Thess. 4:3-7) and making them partakers of the
holiness of God (II Cor. 7:1; I Peter 1:15, 16).
IX. SECURITY
All believers are eternally secure in Jesus Christ (John 10:24-30; Rom. 8:35-39). They
are born again (John 3:3-5; I John 5:1; I Peter 1:23), made new creatures in Christ (II
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Cor. 5:17; II Peter 1:4), and indwelt by the Holy Spirit (Rom. 8:9; I John 4:4), enabling
their perseverance in good works (Eph. 2:10). A special providence watches over them
(Rom. 8:28; I Cor. 10:13), and they are kept by the power of God (Phil. 1:6; 2:12, 13; I
Peter 1:3-5; Heb. 13:5).
X. CHURCH
A. The Nature of the Church—A New Testament church is a local congregation (Acts
16:5; I Cor. 4:17) of baptized believers in Jesus Christ (Acts 2:41) who are united
by covenant in belief of what God has revealed and in obedience to what He has
commanded (Acts 2:41, 42).
B. The Autonomy of the Church—She acknowledges Jesus as her only Head (Eph. 5:23;
Col. 1:18) and the Holy Bible as her only rule of faith and practice (Isa. 8:20; II Tim.
3:16, 17), governing herself by democratic principles (Acts 6:1-6; I Cor. 5:1-5) under
the oversight of her pastors (Acts 20:28; Heb. 13:7, 17, 24).
C. The Perpetuity of the Church—Instituted by Jesus during His personal ministry on
earth (Matt. 16:18; Mark 3:13-19; John 1:35-51), true churches have continued to the
present and will continue until Jesus returns (Matt. 16:18; 28:20).
D. The Ordinances of the Church—Her two ordinances are baptism and the Lord’s
Supper. Baptism is the immersion in water of a believer as a confession of his faith in
Jesus Christ (Matt. 28:19; Rom. 6:4) and is prerequisite to church membership and
participation in the Lord’s Supper (Acts 2:41, 42). The Lord’s Supper is the sacred
sharing of the bread of communion and the cup of blessing by the assembled church
(Acts 20:7) as a memorial to the crucified body and shed blood of Jesus Christ (Luke
22:19, 20; I Cor. 11:23-26). Both ordinances must be administered by the authority of
a New Testament church (Matt. 28:18-20; I Cor. 11:23-26).
E. The Officers of the Church—Pastors and deacons are the permanent officers divinely
ordained in a New Testament church (Phil. 1:1). Each church may select men of her
choice to fill those offices under the leading of the Holy Spirit (Acts 6:1-6; 20:17, 18)
according to the divinely given qualifications (I Tim. 3:1-13).
Pastors (elders, bishops) are authorized to oversee and teach the churches under
the Lordship of Jesus Christ (Acts 20:28; Heb. 13:7, 17, 24; I Peter 5:1-4). Each church
is responsible to follow them as they follow Christ (I Cor. 11:1; I Thess. 1:6; Heb. 13:17)
and to provide a livelihood for them that they might fulfill their ministries (I Tim. 5:17,
18; Phil. 4:15-18). Pastors are equal in the service of God (Matt. 23:8-12).
Deacons (ministers, servants) are servants of the churches and assistants to the
pastors, particularly in benevolent ministries. Each church may select her own deacons
according to her needs, and no church is bound by the act of another church in that
selection (Acts 6:1-6).
F. The Ministry of the Church—Her mission is evangelizing sinners by preaching the
gospel (Matt. 28:19; Luke 24:45-47), baptizing those who believe (Acts 2:41; 8:12, 3538), and maturing them by instruction (Matt. 28:20; Acts 2:42) and discipline (Matt.
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18:17, 18; I Cor. 5:1-5).
G. The Fellowship of the Church—She is free to associate with true churches in
furthering the faith (II Cor. 11:8; Phil. 4:10, 15, 16) but is responsible to keep herself
from those who hold doctrines or practices contrary to Holy Scripture (Gal. 1:8, 9; I
John 2:19). In association with other churches, each church is equal and is the sole
judge of the measure and method of her cooperation (Matt. 20:25-28). In all matters of
polity and practice, the will of each church is final (Matt. 18:18).
XI. CIVIL AUTHORITY
Human government was instituted by God to protect the innocent and punish the guilty.
It is separate from the church, though both church and state exercise complementary
ministries for the benefit of society (Matt. 22:21).
Christians should submit to the authority of the government under which they live,
obeying all laws which do not contradict the laws of God, respecting officers of
government, paying taxes, rendering military service, and praying for the welfare of
the nation and its leaders (Rom. 13:1-7; I Peter 2:13, 17; I Tim. 2:1, 2). They should
vote, hold office, and exercise influence to direct the nation after the principles of Holy
Scripture.
Civil authority is not to interfere in matters of conscience or disturb the institutions of
religion (Acts 4:18-20), but it should
preserve for every citizen the free exercise of his religious convictions.
Churches should receive no subsidy from the government, but they should be exempt
from taxation on property and money used for the common good through worship,
education, or benevolence.
XII. LAST THINGS
A. Return—Our risen Lord will return personally in bodily form to receive His
redeemed unto Himself. His return is imminent (I Thess. 4:13-17; Rev. 22:20).
B. Resurrections—After Jesus returns, all of the dead will be raised bodily, each in his
own order: the righteous dead in “the resurrection of life” and the wicked dead in “the
resurrection of damnation” (John 5:24-29; I Cor. 15:20-28).
C. Judgments—Prior to the eternal state, God will judge everyone to confer rewards or
to consign to punishment (Matt. 25:31-46; II Cor. 5:10; Rev. 20:11-15).
D. Eternal States—Heaven is the eternal home of the redeemed (John 14:1-3) who, in
their glorified bodies (I Cor. 15:51-58), will live in the presence of God forever (I Thess.
4:17) in ultimate blessing (Rev. 21, 22).
Hell is the place of eternal punishment and suffering (Luke 16:19-31) for the devil, his
angels (Matt. 25:41), and the unredeemed (Rev. 20:10-15).
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ADDENDUM
NOTE: The following statements are not to be binding upon the churches already
affiliated with this association, or to require adoption by churches petitioning this body
for privilege of cooperation, or to be a test of fellowship between brethren or churches.
However, they do express the preponderance of opinion among the churches of the
Baptist Missionary Association of America.
1. We believe in the premillennial return of Christ to earth, after which He shall reign
in peace upon the earth for a thousand years (Rev. 20:4-6).
2. We believe the Scriptures to teach two resurrections: the first of the righteous at
Christ’s coming; the second of the wicked at the close of the thousand-year reign (I
Thess. 4:13-17; Rev. 20:6, 12-15).
We endorse the New Hampshire Confession of Faith as a representative compendium
of what Baptists have historically believed through the centuries. This confession was
consulted and provided a pattern and guide for the formulation of these doctrinal
statements. As there are several versions and editions, we refer particularly to
the edition in J. E. Cobb’s Church Manual third edition, published by the Baptist
Publications Committee of Texarkana, TX.
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STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATION
PREAMBLE
With a profound conviction of the Bible doctrines of church and ministerial equality,
and with unbounded faith in God for leadership, protection, and blessing, and with
unquestioning acceptance of the Word of God as our all-sufficient rule of faith and
practice, and with a strong desire for fellowship and cooperation with all Baptists who
believe in the associational way of cooperation, we offer the following Statement of
Principles of Cooperation.
ARTICLE I - NAME
The name of this cooperative work is the Baptist Missionary Association of America.
ARTICLE II - PURPOSE
The purpose of the Baptist Missionary Association of America, a distinct fellowship of
Baptist churches, is to provide cooperating departments and agencies that will inspire
a mission vision and assist each local church in carrying out the Great Commission,
Matthew 28:19-20.
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP
Section 1. This association is composed of regular missionary Baptist churches which
are in sympathy with its efforts in providing this medium of cooperation. By regular
missionary Baptist churches is meant those churches which hold tenaciously to the
doctrines of the New Testament, believe in the principles of cooperation, fellowship, or
association as taught in the New Testament, and as defined in the Doctrinal Statement.
Section 2. Any church which knowingly and habitually practices or upholds heresies
or other human innovations which are not in harmony with the Word of God, such
as open communion, alien baptism, pulpit affiliation with heretical churches, ecstatic
speaking in tongues and other kindred evils arising from these unscriptural practices
departs from the distinctive doctrines of this association and makes herself liable to
exclusion from this association.
Section 3. The desire and willingness of any regular missionary Baptist church, as
defined above, to cooperate will be expressed to the messenger body of this association
in writing. The petitioning church will state that she has, in conference, duly adopted
this Statement of Principles of Cooperation and the Doctrinal Statement of the Baptist
Missionary Association of America, and is ready to work in harmony and in fellowship
with all other churches of this association contingent upon a vote of the messengers.
Section 4. This association reserves the right to withdraw associational fellowship
from any church which may be found to be out of harmony with this Statement of
Principles of Cooperation and/or Doctrinal Statement. In the event a church within
the membership of this body is challenged concerning her adherence to this Statement
of Principles of Cooperation and/or Doctrinal Statement, a committee of three (3)
shall be elected to investigate the charges and bring a report of their findings at a
subsequent session. Messengers of the challenged church shall remain seated until and
if the challenge is proven and fellowship withdrawn.
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Section 5. Each church in this association is entitled to three (3) messengers chosen
from her own membership. The qualifications of messengers are determined by the
church electing them.
Section 6. In the event a church seeks membership in this body and a challenge is
made concerning her being seated, the moderator shall appoint a committee of three
(3) from the state in which the church challenged is located to investigate the charges
against her. In the event there are no churches affiliated with this association in the
state in which the church is located, the committee may be appointed by the chair
without regard to the states in which the members of the committee reside.
Section 7. Any church already seated challenging the seating of a church in this body
must do so in writing, stating the grounds upon which the challenge is made, and the
challenge must be signed by the challengers before an investigation is made or the
seating of the church is denied.
ARTICLE IV - NATURE
This association is, in its very nature, the cooperation and fellowship of the churches
composing it. Each church has an equal voice in every enterprise sponsored by this
association.
ARTICLE V - POLICY
Section 1. This association recognizes that freedom of speech is essential to the highest
achievement of its work. The association will stand or fall upon its own conformity to
the truth. The association will in no way exercise ecclesiastical authority, but it will,
by every precaution, recognize the autonomy and independence of each church. The
association will encourage, on the part of the churches and the messengers, the greatest
possible freedom of expression in discussing matters pertaining to its works, and it will
stress the preeminence of missions, evangelism, Christian education, publications, and
benevolence in the work of the churches.
Section 2. All questions are to be decided by a majority of the messengers present and
voting, except the questions of amending the Statement of Principles of Cooperation,
Doctrinal Statement, or as otherwise provided.
ARTICLE VI - POWERS
The powers of this association are limited to the execution of the expressed will of
the churches composing it according to the teachings of the New Testament. The
association, in its annual sessions, will elect such officers as are necessary for the
expending of its deliberation and work, and will appoint such committees as are
necessary, and transact any business as may be directed by the churches composing it.
ARTICLE VII - OFFICERS
Section 1. The presiding officers of this association are as follows: president, a first
vice-president and a second vice-president, elected annually to assume the duties
of the respective offices at the conclusion of the annual session in which they were
elected, whose terms of office shall not exceed two (2) consecutive years.
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Section 2. The clerical officers of this association are three (3) recording secretaries,
elected on a staggered basis of three (3) years each. It is the duty of the recording
secretaries to keep a true and accurate account of all proceedings of this association
and to superintend the printing and distribution of minutes or annuals.
Section 3. Department and agency officers are as follows:
A. Department of Christian Education: The board of trustees of the Baptist
Missionary Association Theological Seminary shall, when necessary, elect a seminary
president to supervise and promote the program of the institution.
B. Department of Church Resources: Annually, this association shall elect an
Executive Director of Church Resources to supervise and promote the Church
Resources Department.
C. Department of Lifeword Broadcast Ministries: Annually, this association shall
elect an Executive Director of Lifeword Broadcast Ministries to supervise and promote
the radio and television ministry of the association.
D. Department of Missions: Annually, this association shall elect an Executive
Director of Missions, who may recommend Directors of Operations to be approved
by the Advisory Committee and the Association or Missionary Committee, who will
work together in the promotion of missions and in the distribution, according to the
will of the churches, of all funds submitted to them.
E. Ministers Resource Services Agency: Annually, this association shall elect an
Executive Director of Ministers Resource Services to supervise and promote the work
of this agency in providing various benefits for pastors and other employees of the
churches.
F. Moral Action Agency: Annually, this association shall elect an Executive
Director of the Moral Action Agency to supervise and promote the work of the agency
and to serve as treasurer, to receive and disburse funds as directed.
G. BMAA Foundation: Annually, this association shall elect an Executive Director
of the BMAA Foundation to supervise and promote the work of this agency.
Section 4. All officers are elected by nomination and standing vote unless otherwise
stated in this Statement of Principles of Cooperation. The election of presiding and
clerical officers shall be during the third business session of the annual messenger
meeting. Officers making annual reports shall be elected immediately after their
reports have been made to, and received by, the messenger body.
Section 5. Should a vacancy occur in any of the departmental or agency executive
offices between annual sessions of the association, it shall be the duty of the applicable
committee and/or board of trustees to fill said vacancy.
Section 6. All departmental and agency officers shall make reports of their ministries
to their respective committees or boards of trustees at regularly convened meetings.
These officers will render reports to the association when convened in annual session.
ARTICLE VIII - COORDINATING COUNCIL
Section 1. The Coordinating Council shall consist of seven (7) members: the three
(3) presiding officers, the immediate past-president and three (3) elected from the
floor on a staggered basis for three (3)-year terms and may succeed themselves one (1)
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time. The immediate past-president shall serve as chairman. Four (4) members of the
Coordinating Council shall constitute a quorum.
Section 2. The purpose of the council is to cast a unified vision and promote cooperation
between the departments and/or agencies of the Baptist Missionary Association of
America.
Section 3. The duties of the council:
A. To review, at least annually, the specific mission of each department or agency in
light of the purpose and policy of the association, in order to assure comprehensiveness
and avoid duplications in ministry.
B. To advise in the development of each department’s annual budget and fundraising activities and make a report to
the association.
C. To recommend organizational changes in the departmental structure of
the association. The council may recommend the establishment of additional
departments, the elimination or consolidation of existing departments, or the transfer
of responsibilities from one department to another.
D. To report to the association annually.
Section 4. Duties of the Chairman:
A. Call meetings as necessary to carry out the work of the council.
B. Appoint a clerk to keep records of all proceedings.
ARTICLE IX - DEPARTMENT OF MISSIONS
Section 1. Purpose Statement: In compliance with the Great Commission (Matthew
28:19-20) our purpose is to evangelize, then baptize and disciple all converts. This
being the New Testament method of missions, the focus of the Department of Missions
is church planting. Following Christ’s example, we also engage in humanitarian and
benevolent ministries.
Section 2. Missionary Committee: The Missionary Committee shall consist of one
committeeman from each church. The committee shall have authority to act between
sessions as an executive for the association in matters of missions.
Section 3. Advisory Committee: The Advisory Committee shall be a fifteen member
standing committee, three (3) of whom shall be elected annually to five (5)-year terms.
Eight (8) of this committee shall constitute a quorum.
1. The nature and duties of this committee are:
a. To counsel with the Executive Director of Missions and the Directors of
Operations in all matters pertaining to policy, operation and personnel and to report
its recommendations to the Association.
b. To consider processed missionary applications, to interview viable
missionary candidates and to report to the
Association or Missionary Committee those whom it recommends for election.
c. To interview all Partnership Plan missionary applicants
d. To periodically review the work of the missionaries, Executive Director of
Missions and the Directors of Operations and to report its recommendations to the
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Association.
e. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend
annually to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost
of living increases for the executive director.
2. Missionaries may present matters to the Advisory Committee, after consultation
with the Executive Director of Missions and the appropriate Director of Operations.
3. In an emergency situation the Advisory Committee shall have the latitude to fill
a vacancy on any mission field, subject to the approval of the Association or Missionary
Committee at the next meeting.
4. Organization
a. Officers
i. Chairman
ii. Assistant Chairman
iii. Clerk
iv. Assistant Clerk
b. Sub-committees shall consist of three (3) members who are appointed by
the chairman of the Advisory Committee.
i. Promotion Committee shall work with the Executive Director
and the appropriate Director of Operations in developing a sound acceptable approach
to promoting missions among our churches.
ii. Finance Committee shall work with the Executive Director
and the appropriate Director of Operations in budget development and long-range
planning.
iii. Assessment Committee shall work with the Executive Director,
the appropriate Director of Operations, the endorsing church, field coordinators and/
or trainers in making assessments regarding all missionary applicants.
iv. Field Committee shall work with the Executive Director and
the appropriate Director of Operations to coordinate field visits to all existing or
proposed mission fields in order to encourage the missionary family and to analyze
field possibilities and needs. After each visit, a written report will be provided to the
Executive Director and the appropriate Director of Operations. Expenses for these
visits will be paid by the participants.
v. Counsel Committee shall work with the Executive Director and
the appropriate Director of Operations in evaluating staff and the overall missions
program. This committee should be available to provide counsel between sessions, as
called upon by the Executive Director.
ARTICLE X - DEPARTMENT OF CHURCH RESOURCES
Section 1. This association shall elect a Department of Church Resources Committee,
which shall also serve as the corporation’s board of directors consisting of fifteen (15)
members, eight (8) of whom shall constitute a quorum. The duties of the board of
directors are:
A. To act in its field as an executive of the association between annual sessions,
performing all duties entrusted to it by the association.
B. To fill any vacancy between sessions that may occur in the Executive Director’s
office.
C. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend
annually to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost
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of living increases for the executive director.
Section 2. This department will provide resources to strengthen and encourage local
church growth by:
A. Providing a complete course of Sunday School and Christian Growth Ministry
literature, and such other literature and
publications as the association may deem advisable.
B. Making consultants available to the local church for training.
C. Developing and coordinating retreats, conferences, student ministries, and
special events.
D. Offering information services, including statistical data related to the
association’s ministries.
ARTICLE XI - CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Section 1. This association shall elect a Christian Education Committee consisting of
fifteen (15) members, eight (8) of whom shall constitute a quorum, to act as a board of
trustees for the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary.
Section 2. The duties of the board of trustees are:
A. To act in its field as an executive of the association, performing all duties that
may be entrusted to it by the association.
B. To promote the work of the Baptist Missionary Association Theological
Seminary.
C. To make selection of the president, faculty and other members of the school
staff in accordance with the instructions and purposes of the association.
D. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually
to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living
increases for the executive director.
E. To make whatever arrangements are necessary for the equipment and
maintenance of the educational enterprise.
Section 3. The board of trustees is duly authorized to require each applicant for a
position on the faculty to sign a statement that he/she is in agreement with the
Statement of Principles of Cooperation and the Doctrinal Statement of this association
before his/her election.
Section 4. The board of trustees shall have charge of any and all properties acquired by
the association for this department.
ARTICLE XII - LIFEWORD BROADCAST MINISTRIES DEPARTMENT
Section 1. Governance: This association shall elect the Lifeword board of directors
consisting of fifteen (15) members, eight (8) of whom shall constitute a quorum. The
duties of the board of directors are:
A. To oversee the operation of this department between annual sessions of the
association.
B. To designate an interim director if a vacancy occurs in the office of executive
director between sessions and recommend a nominee for executive director in the
annual session of the association.
C. To report annually to the messenger body of this association.
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D. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually
to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living
increases for the executive director.
Section 2. Purpose: To use electronic media to extend the gospel outreach of local
churches around the world and in their own communities.
A. Priority will be given to people and language groups who have little or no
authentic media witness with a view to preparing the way for missionary activity on
the ground.
B. Emphasis will be given to innovative formats designed to capture the attention
of unsaved listeners and expose them to
the gospel.
ARTICLE XIII - MINISTERS RESOURCE SERVICES AGENCY
Section 1. This association shall elect a Ministers Resource Services board of trustees
consisting of nine (9) members, five (5) of whom shall constitute a quorum.
Section 2. The duties of the board of trustees are:
A. To utilize sound business principles, establish and operate a retirement and
protective program for the benefit of ministers of the Gospel of the churches of the
association, their widows and orphans and in like manner for the missionaries of such
churches and for such laymen and laywomen of said denomination as shall be fulltime salaried employees of such churches, the association or an activity of an affiliated
church or the association which is wholly owned or controlled by such churches or the
association.
B. To conduct the business and activities of the Ministers Benevolent Society as a
part of the agency.
C. To study, develop and institute such further programs and plans for the benefit
and welfare of those individuals referred to in paragraph “A” of this section, as may be
deemed advisable from time to time.
D. To employ such staff as necessary to conduct the activities of the agency.
E. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually
to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living
increases for the executive director.
ARTICLE XIV - MORAL ACTION AGENCY
Section 1. This association shall elect a Moral Action trustees board consisting of nine
(9) members, five (5) of whom shall constitute a quorum.
Section 2. The purpose of this agency is:
A. To present Christ as Savior to all with whom it may come into contact.
B. To be responsible for leading the churches of this association in the promotion
of biblical morality in all areas of society and in opposition of evils of our time, such
as: alcohol, drug abuse, pornography, sodomy, gambling, child abuse, abortion, and
moral/political issues that endanger the human race, the church and the family.
C. To be responsible for securing written or printed materials that present the
biblical perspective on the issues mentioned in section 2B.
D. To be responsible for an organized effort among the churches to present the
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biblical views on all that is found in section 2B.
E. To be responsible and available to lead in study courses, clinics, and conferences
to inform the churches of the above evils and how to deal with them biblically.
Section 3. The duties of the board of trustees are:
A. To act in council with the director of this agency on all matters that concern
Moral Action.
B. To be representatives of this agency in their states.
C. To be available to join the director and others in lobbying our state and national
legislative bodies concerning the issues in section 2B.
D. To carry out the wishes of the churches in all matters concerning this agency.
E. To bring before the association recommendations they feel are in the best
interests of this agency and the churches.
F. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually
to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living
increases for the executive director.
ARTICLE XV - BMAA FOUNDATION
Section 1. Purpose: The BMAA Foundation exists to endow participating departments
and agencies of the Baptist Missionary Association of America with supplemental
funding by investing gifts to the Foundation and distributing the earnings annually.
It is a repository for the endowment of funds invested to produce ongoing support for
those ministries.
Section 2. Governance: This association shall elect a BMAA Foundation board
of directors consisting of nine (9) members with one (1) board seat reserved for a
representative, nominated by the executive director, of each of the BMAA departments/
agencies participating in the association’s estate planning program. Five (5) members
shall constitute a quorum.
Section 3. Board of Directors Duties: The duties of the board of directors are:
A. To act in its field as an executive of the association between annual sessions,
performing all duties entrusted to it by the association.
B. To utilize sound business principles in maintaining professional management
of Foundation investments.
C. To fill any vacancy between sessions that may occur in the office of executive
director.
D. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually
to the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living
increases for the executive director.
ARTICLE XVI - COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS/PRODUCTION
Section 1. Committee shall consist of seven (7) members: President, 1st Vice-president,
2nd Vice-president, Director of Discipleguide Conference Division; three members of
Committee on Arrangements.
Section 2. The duties of the committee are:
A. Review facility recommendation from Committee on Arrangements.
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B. Plan the production of the national meeting (schedule, special guests, etc).
C. Plan budget for national meeting, including the authorization of payments for
the national meeting expenses from the Minute and Meeting Expense Fund.
D. Promote the national meeting.
E. To develop and maintain written requirements for acceptable meeting places
and arrangements.
F. Report their work to the association each year, including all invitations, and the
committee recommendation as to the acceptable meeting place at least two (2) years in
advance.
G. A quorum for this committee shall be four (4).
Section 3. Committee on Arrangements shall serve as a sub-committee of the
Committee on Arrangements/Production.
A. This sub-committee shall consist of three (3) members elected to three (3)-year
terms on a staggered basis, shall be elected annually by the association.
B. To receive invitations for the annual meeting place at least six (6) months in
advance of the meeting date in which the
invitations are to be considered.
C. To determine first through correspondence and second through personal
inspection by at least two (2) members of the
sub-committee that the proposed sites meet the requirements for an acceptable
meeting place.
D. To be responsible for negotiating and signing all contracts for meeting site and
facilities after review, and approval, of
Committee on Arrangements/Production.
E. To determine exhibitors, allot display space, and assign committee meeting
rooms.
ARTICLE XVII - STANDING COMMITTEES
Section 1. The standing committees are: Arrangements, BMAA Foundation,
Department of Christian Education, Department of Church Resources, Enrollment
and Finance, Department of Lifeword Broadcast Ministries, Ministers Resource
Services, Department of Missions Advisory, Moral Action Agency, Nominating, North
American Revolving Loan Fund, and International Revolving Loan Fund.
Section 2. All standing committee members shall be elected on a staggered basis
for five (5)-year terms, three (3)-year terms for non-departmental committees, or as
otherwise specifically authorized, and may succeed themselves one time. No one may
serve on more than one standing committee.
Section 3. No one who is an employee of the Baptist Missionary Association may
serve on a committee under whose supervision he may come, except where legal status
prohibits this rule.
ARTICLE XVIII - ENROLLMENT AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
Section 1. This association shall elect annually a chairman and assistant chairman who
shall appoint an Enrollment and Finance Committee consisting of six (6) members,
two (2) of whom shall constitute a quorum.
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Section 2. The duties of the Enrollment and Finance Committee are:
A. To enroll the messengers and visitors at all regular or called sessions of the
association, and to receive such funds as may be tendered by the churches, and any
other funds as directed by the presiding officer of the association.
B. To report to the body the number of messengers enrolled, and funds collected.
The first report will be given immediately after the president announces the messengers
are ready for permanent organization. A report shall be given at any time after the
committee is prepared, upon request of any presiding officer or any messenger. A final
report shall be given near the close of the final session of the association.
C. The Enrollment and Finance Committee shall not enroll messengers while the
association is in session.
Section 3. Any time the number of votes exceeds the number of messengers enrolled,
the voting shall be suspended until the irregularity is checked and corrected.
Section 4. In the event any irregularity in voting cannot be corrected otherwise, a roll
call of the churches shall be taken and the number of persons voting from each church
shall be ascertained.
ARTICLE XIX - NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Section 1. This association shall elect a Nominating Committee consisting of seven (7)
members, four (4) of whom shall constitute a quorum. In annual session the association
president and vice-presidents shall present nominees for the nominating committee,
giving due consideration to representation from various regions of the association.
Section 2. The duties of the Nominating Committee are:
A. To present to the association as nominees the names of persons to serve on
all other standing committees (except the Missions Advisory Committee), boards of
trustees, and any other committees, as directed by the association, as terms expire or as
vacancies occur.
B. To encourage the submission of the names of prospective members of
committees and boards of trustees by the chief executive officers of the departments
and agencies as well as from the general constituency, including state and local
associations.
C. The Nominating Committee shall meet at least twice during the year.
1. The first meeting shall be to collect and process names, including those
suggested by the executive directors and the churches, and then to compile the lists of
prospective nominees and send them to the directors of the appropriate departments
or agencies for review.
2. After the department and agency directors have had a reasonable time to
respond, the nominating committee shall meet the second time to finalize the list of
nominees it will present at the next annual meeting. When the list is completed, the
secretary of the nominating committee shall send a copy of the list to the recording
secretaries for publication in the recommendations booklet.
ARTICLE XX - MEETINGS
Section 1. The regular meeting of the messengers of the churches shall convene on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday following the third (3rd) Sunday of April, at such
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place as the messengers may choose two (2) years in advance. The date and/or location
of the meeting may be adjusted, if necessary, by vote of the messengers at least one (1)
year in advance.
Section 2. There will be six (6) sessions of the association. The initial session will
convene Monday evening at 7:00 and is to be a worship service planned by the presiding
officers. Included in this session will be the president’s message and introduction of
the theme. The second session will begin on Tuesday afternoon at 3:00. The third
session will begin at 7:00 Tuesday evening and will include a worship service with
the annual message. Business may be conducted at the discretion of the president.
The fourth session will begin Wednesday morning at 8:30, and the fifth session will
start Wednesday at 2:00 p.m.. The sixth session will start Wednesday evening and will
include the Missions Department report.
Section 3. All departments and committees in Article VII, Section 3, except the
Department of Missions, shall report annually to the association on a rotating basis
with a thirty (30)-minute time limit for each report and no time limit for discussion
of said report.
Section 4. The presiding officers, the Baptist Music Fellowship president, and the Host
Committee shall be responsible for the schedule of all related committee and auxiliary
meetings, within the framework of Section 2 above, taking into consideration the wishes
and requests of the various groups which require time and space for their meetings.
Section 5. The presiding officers may call a special session in case of an emergency.
ARTICLE XXI - FUNDS AND PROPERTIES
Section 1. All funds of this association will be raised by voluntary contributions
secured solely upon the merits of the cause for which appeals may be made. Such funds
as may be derived from income from any property that may be acquired by purchase
or donation, or any gift that may be made to the association, will be disbursed by vote
of the association or its designated committee.
Section 2. Distribution of funds will be authorized by an act of this association, or
by the act of properly authorized committees of the association. In no event will the
association, or any of its committees, use funds in violation of the expressed will of the
donors.
Section 3. All funds of this association will pass through the hands of the treasurer to
which such funds belong. This includes money, deeds, or whatsoever may be entrusted
to any committee.
Section 4. It will be the duty of the directors to receive and disburse all funds of this
association according to the will of the association. They will furnish bonds sufficient
for the due protection of the association, the expense of such bonds to be paid by the
association. The directors will make true and full reports of all matters pertaining to
their offices, and their reports are to be approved by certified auditors.
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ARTICLE XXII - AMENDMENTS
Section 1. Amendments to the Statement of Principles of Cooperation.
A. Proposed amendments to this Statement of Principles of Cooperation must
be submitted in writing to the clerks of the association no later than February 1 prior
to the annual meeting. It shall be the responsibility of the clerks to provide a copy
of each proposed amendment to the Publications Division of the Department of
Church Resources no later than February 15 to be printed in the Recommendations
Booklet to be mailed to the churches. Any additional expenses involved in printing the
Recommendations Booklet shall be paid from the Minute and Meeting Expense Fund.
B. Any proposed amendment may be presented in any annual business session
and thoroughly discussed in that session. At a subsequent business session the vote
will be taken without further discussion. Any change requires a two-thirds (2/3)
majority of messengers present and voting.
C. In the event a proposed amendment to this Statement of Principles of
Cooperation is referred to the churches, and the churches send their vote either by
letter or messenger, and a majority of the churches thus reporting express their desire
for the amendment, the amendment shall pass. No particular form will be required.
Section 2. Amendments to the Doctrinal Statement.
A. Proposed amendments to the Doctrinal Statement must be submitted by a
cooperating church to the clerks of the association no later than February 1 prior to
the annual meeting. It shall be the responsibility of the clerks to provide a copy of each
proposed amendment to the Publications Department no later than February 15 to be
printed in the Recommendations Booklet to be mailed to the churches. Any additional
expense involved in printing the Recommendations Booklet shall be paid from the
Minute and Meeting Expense Fund.
B. A proposed amendment shall be presented and discussed in one annual
meeting and voted on in the following annual meeting during its initial business
session. Discussion will be permitted immediately before the vote is taken. Any
change requires a two-thirds (2/3) majority of messengers present and voting.
C. In the event a proposed change to the Doctrinal Statement is referred to the
churches, and the churches send their vote either by letter or messenger, and a majority
of the churches thus reporting express their desire for the amendment, the amendment
shall pass. No particular form will be required.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Department Trustees
and
Committees
Committee on Arrangements
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Enrollment & Finance Committee
Lifeword Media Ministries
Ministers Resource Services
Moral Action Committee
Missionary Advisory Committee
Nominating Committee
BMA Theological Seminary
Coordinating Council
BMA Foundation
Missionary Committee
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Committee On Arrangements
Term Ending 2015
James Ray Raines, AR
Lifeword Media Ministries
Steve Crawley, Executive Director
P.O. Box 6, Conway, AR 75032
501-329-6891
Term Ending 2016
Leon Carmical, MS
Term Ending 2015
Jennifer Jameson, AR
Richard White, AR
Barbara Steele, MS
Term Ending 2017
Jackie Monasco, AR
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Scott Attebery, Executive Director
P.O. Box 1749
Conway, AR 72033
800-333-1442
Term Ending 2016
Jeremy Riddle, AR
Pat Quesenbury, TX
Barry Davis, MS
Term Ending 2017
Patrick McNeel, TD
Brian Atwood, MS
Arthur McMillen, MO
Term Ending 2015
David Norvell, AR
Greg Medenwald, MS
Zane Clark, AR
Term Ending 2018
Brice Martin, OK
Dennis Rankin, AL
Jon Ben Williams, TX
Term Ending 2016
Shelby Race, TX
Aaron Middleton, AR
Randy Crudgington, TX
Term Ending 2019
Winston Foster, AR
Tommy Wallace, AR
Donald Williams, AR
Term Ending 2017
Jesslyn Spence, AR
Keith Head, AR
Donny Woods, AR
Ministers Resource Services
Ron Chesser, Executive Director
P.O. Box 2866, Texarkana, AR 75504
870-774-2654
Term Ending 2018
Mark Livingston, TX
Andy Comer, TX
Lamar Lee, AR
Term Ending 2015
Eddie Booth, TX
Dwayne Ashcraft, AR
Term Ending 2019
Zach Bown, OK
Matt Johnson, MO
Lance Webb, LA
Term Ending 2016
David Pickard, TX
Enrollment & Finance
Committee
Grant Barnett, AR
Wes Hulvey, AR
Term Ending 2017
Ron Ledford, LA
Ray Holland, MS
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Term Ending 2018
Norman Crass, AR
Ed Ridge, TX
Term Ending 2017
Danny Kirk, MO
Stan Scroggins, AR
Randy Shepherd, AR
Term Ending 2019
Kenneth Lott, MS
Eddie Ballard, TX
Term Ending 2018
James Schoenrock, TX
Todd West, AR
Doug Brewer, OK
Moral Action Committee
Dr. John M. Adams, Executive Director
P.O. Box 305, Mantachie, MS 38855
Term Ending 2019
Justin Rhodes, MS
Gary O’Neal, AR
Robbie Caldwell, TX
Term Ending 2015
David Inzer, AR
Vernon Lee, TX
International Revolving Loan Fund
Committee
Term Ending 2016
Cory McCaig, KY
Dr. John David Smith
Term Ending 2017
Collin Jones, AR
Kevin Clayton, MS
Term Ending 2015
Daniel Williams, AR
Term Ending 2018
Cody Hiland, AR
John S. Smith, CO
Term Ending 2016
Jerry Adams, MO
Term Ending 2017
Charles Johnson, TX
Term Ending 2019
Sidney Davis, MS
Randy Burk, CA
North American Revolving Loan Fund
Committee
Missionary Advisory Committee
Dr. John David Smith, Executive Director
P.O. Box 878
Conway, AR 72033
501-455-4977
Dr. John David Smith - Larry Barker
Term Ending 2015
Glenn Alston, AR
James Crews, ID
Term Ending 2015
Darren Smith, AR
Larry Hendren, AR
Jeff Swart, KS
Term Ending 2016
Eugene Anderson, MS
Raif Turner, TX
Term Ending 2017
Mike Book, AR
Term Ending 2016
Clif Johnson, AR
Paul Mooney, MO
Jason Aultman, AR
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Nominating Committee
Term Ending 2015
Ken Riley, MS
Jason Goodwin, AR
Coordinating Council
Ed Stephenson, AR (Immediate Past
President)
Jason Aultman (President)
Paul White, AR (1st Vice President)
Jeff Swart, KS (2nd Vice President)
Term Ending 2016
George Reddin, AR
Tom Lewis, AR
Term Ending 2015
Richard Smith, TX
Term Ending 2017
Grady Higgs
Ron Fields
Term Ending 2016
Danny Kirk, MO
BMA Seminary
Dr. Charley Holmes, President
1530 East Pine Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
903-586-2501
Term Ending 2017
Philip Attebery, TX
BMA Foundation
Charles Attebery, Interim Executive
Director
P.O. Box 1188
Conway, AR 72033
501-329-6891
Term Ending 2015
Danny Pitts, MS
G. Dean Soape, TX
Dennis Knight, MS
Term Ending 2015
Terry Milam,
Travis Weaver
Term Ending 2016
Mike Puckett, AR
Reggie Blake, TX
John Allen, AR
Term Ending 2016
Jonathan Baird
Craig Cloud
Term Ending 2017
Forrest Priest, AR
Ray Adams, MO
Jake Vandenburg, AR
Term Ending 2017
Brett Cates
Greg Matthews
Term Ending 2018
Judy McNeill, TX
Tom Mitchell, AR
Jerry Stacy, TX
Term Ending 2018
Robert L. Welborn
Steve Martin
Term Ending 2019
Don Brown, MS
Gary Murph, TX
Jamie Haguewood, MO
Term Ending 2019
Van Widger, TX
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Missionary Committeemen
(church elected)
Adams, John M., 1507 Maple Springs, Mantachie, MS 38855
Adams, Jeff, 502 W. Vernon St., Nevada, MO 64772
Adams, Ray A., 1708 Stasi Ave., Raymore, MO 64083
Adams, Bobby, 955 Dogwood Tr., Lancaster, TX 75146
Aho, Dennis, 5861 State Rd., Ft. Gratiot, MI 48059
Akers, Roger, 600 11th Ave. N., Amory, MS 38821
Akin, Allen, 614 Westin Circle, Cave Springs, AR 72718
Albert, Fred, 7817 Park Dr., Russells Point, OH 43348
Allcorn, Robert, 25906 Pepper Ridge, Spring, TX 77373
Allen, Jack, 4150 Stefani Rd., Cantonment, FL 32533
Anderson, Kenneth, P.O. Box 74, Gurdon, AR 7l743
Anderson, Eugene, 38 Anderson Rd., Perkinston, MS 39573
Anderson, Anthony R., 10898 Hwy 271 N., Gilmer, TX 75644
Ashcraft, Dwayne, 590 Briant Rd., New Edinburg, AR 71660
Aultman, Jason, 150 Amity Road, Conway, AR 72032
Autrey, Josh, 751 Oak Grove Rd., Mantachie, MS 38855
Ayers, Bobby, Box 7, Alex, OK 73002
Ayres, John, 653 Mount Union Rd., El Dorado, AR 7l730
Ayres, Thomas, 203 W. Sarah Ave., Longview, TX 75604
Bain, Joseph, 7 Anderson Rd., Bassfield, MS 39042
Baker, Randy, 6305 Mayfield Drive, Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Baker, Winfred, P.O. Box 1454, Covington, LA 70434
Baker, Dennis, 5146 Darkmoor Ln., Imperial, MO 63052
Ballard, Mark, 917 E. Calvin, Garland, TX 75041
Ballard, Eddie, 228 Bear Trail Waxahachie, TX 75165
Bankston, Patricia, P.O. Box 1913, Livingston, TX 77351
Barbaree, Eric, 104 County Rd 54, Hope, AR 71801
Barger, Dave, 1608 Holly Way, Lansing, MI 48910
Barnett, Grant, 3027 Hopewell Road, El Dorado, AR 71730
Bass, Robert E., 1491 Grant 18, Lot #1, Grapevine, AR 72057
Bass, Jeff, 231 Fig Farm Rd., Lucedale, MS 39452
Baucom, Herschel, 9720 Hwy 198 S., Mabank , TX 75147
Baugher, Jimmy, 2745 CR 538, Manila, AR 72442
Beasley, Ronald, 8l4l Joffre Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32210
Beason, Charles, 31121 Balsa, Barstow, CA 92311
Beaver, Ken, 224 Hwy. 53 N, Gurdon, AR 71743
Bedingfield, Thomas, 300 E. Shands, Forney, TX 75126
Beirne, David, 421 S. Mill St. #186, Lewisville, TX 75057
Bellinger, Curt , 5178 216th Street, Lake City, FL 32024
Bennett, Stan, 1168 Old Hwy 15 S., Ellisville, MS 39437
Betts, Don H., 83 Greystone Dr., Greenbrier, AR 72058
Betts, Wayne, P.O. Box 381, Cassville, MO 65625
Black, Dee, 12666 FM 395, Normangee, TX 77871
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Blake, Reggie, 1301 Dendron Dr., Hewitt, TX 76643
Blankship, Roger, 1750 Hwy 349, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Blaylock, James C., 1105 Robs Rd., Jacksonville, TX 75766
Bobo, Kenneth, P.O. Box 1915, Hope, AR 71802
Bolin, Rick, P.O. Box 283, Kingsland, AR 71652
Bolton, Terry, 123 Charles St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Booker, Harriell, 16417 E. 34th St., Independence, MO 64055
Boore, Martin, 411 South Western, Girard, KS, 66743
Bowen, Kevin, 9601 Honeysuckle Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
Bowen, Michael, 1616 N. Bolton, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Bowman, Ray, 103 Mill Creek Dr., Greenbrier, AR 72058
Bradford, Bartt, 1420 Walker Drive, Atoka, OK 74525
Brady, Raymond, Rt. 3 Box 99B, Ada, OK 74820
Brakefield, Roy, 445 Highway M, Park Hills, MO 63601
Brandon, Shawn, 149 CR 436, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Breithaupt, Charles, 1016 Brownfield Drive, Mesquite, TX 75150
Breland, Keith, 2402 Hwy 29, Brooklyn, MS 39425
Brewer, Gary, 717 Pennington, Lowell, AR 72745
Brewer, Doug, 15200 Meadow Creek Lane, Oklahoma City, OK 73165
Bridges, Gerald, 1701 Duck Creek, Sanger, TX 76266
Britt, Richard, 1703 Monzingo, Magnolia, AR 71753
Brooks, Bobby, 1521 Hwy. V, Harviell, MO 63945
Brown, Doug, 2304 W. Granite, Siloam Springs, AR 72761
Brown, Jim H., 2608 Shamrock, Magnolia, AR 71753
Brown, Donald, 175 Movella Church Rd., Lucedale, MS 39452
Brown, Nathan, 14170 Hwy 98, Lucedale, MS 39452
Brown, John Earl, 1004 Hoffman St., Leadwood, MO 63653
Brown, Jerry, 2305 Lesley, Mesquite, TX 75149
Brown, Keith, 11476 Hollyridge, Tyler, TX 75703
Bullington, Charles, 250 Shamrock Lane, Sulphur Rock, AR 72579
Bullock, Danny, P.O. Box 456, Magnolia, AR 7l753
Bullock, Paul, 148 Pleasant Hill Rd, Nashville, AR 71852
Bumgardner, Nick, 434 Freidman, McGehee, AR 71654
Burdett, Charles, Rt. 4 Box 440, Lamesa, TX 79331
Burgess, Cecil 181 Hwy 265 N., Greenbrier, AR 72058
Burk, Randy, 14892 Pendleton St., Hesperia, CA 92345
Burke, Don, 704 Valley Rd., Potosi, MO 63664
Burleson, John, P.O. Box 741, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Burns, Jason, 44 E. Spaulding Ave. Box 4, Pueblo West, CO 81007
Byers, Larry, 3918 Hwy 29 S., Hope, AR 71801
Byrns, Jared H., P.O. Box 43, Greenland, AR 72737
Calahan, Roy, 501 Clark, Potosi, MO 63664
Calhoun, Charles, 103 Jamerson Rd, Longview, TX 75604
Callaway, Leland, 37 Chinquepin Dr., Magnolia, AR 71753
Cameron, Justin, 98 Midway Church Rd, Leaksville, MS 39451
Camp, Coy, 815 Delmar, Blytheville, AR 72315
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Cantrell, Mike, 896 Hwy 92, Plummerville, AR 72127
Carmical, Leon, 70 Jarrod Road, Ellisville, MS 39437
Carpenter, Mike, 906 W. Cholla Dr., Safford, AZ 85546
Carroll, Jim, 14691 Horse Ave, Wayne, OK 73095
Casey, Jimmie, P.O. Box 2511, Forrest City, AR 72336
Casey, Edward, Route 71 Box 1444, Alton, MO 65606
Cashion, Grady, P.O. Box 289, Blooming Grove, TX 76626
Cashion, Lloyd, 1242 FM 256, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Cassady, David, 679 Hwy. 355 N, Nashville, AR 7l852
Castleberry, Rodney, 204 Arthur, Morrilton, AR 72110
Cate, Ernie, 392 W. Harbin Ave, Puxico, MO 63960
Cates, David, 1821 N. 68th Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85035
Cates, Roy, 1144 Red Oak LN, Corsicana, TX 75110
Chamberlain, Donny, 1839 Lime Tree Rd, Gilmer, TX 75494
Chancery, William H., 61 Hwy 164, McDavid , FL 32505
Chandler, Don, 3515 Bay Berry Rd., Conway, AR 72034
Chapman, Timothy R., 303 Hackamore Lane, Fremont, CA 94538
Chapman, Mitch, 1709 Charlottesville, Ennis, TX 75119
Chesney, Conley, P.O. Box 226, Colcord, OK 74346
Chitwood, Russell, HC 1 Box 266, Fairdealing, MO 63939
Clack, Marvin W., 3001 Emmons Circle, Streetman, TX 75859
Clark, Zane, 14638 Dawn Circle, Mabelvale, AR 72103
Clark, Steven, 420 Walnut Grove, Pearl, MS 39208
Clements, Jerry, 3132 Hwy. 115, Imboden, AR 72434
Collom, Travis, 206 31st, Snyder, TX 79549
Colwell, Jackson, 4561 Dead Man Rd., Huntington, TX 75949
Comer, Jr., Jack, P.O. Box 184, Bridge City, TX 77611
Conover, Eddie, 12917 Hwy PP, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Conrad, Robert A., 130 Hoxie Rd., Vicksburg, MS 39180
Cook, Jack, 1117 Judy St., Fort Worth, TX 76108
Cooper, Mike, 450 E. Hwy 8, Steelville, MO 65565
Cooper, Dean, 816 N. Irvington, Tulsa, OK 74115
Cooper, Jake, 1714 Tahiti Ln, Memphis, TN 38117
Cooper, Bertram, P.O. Box 416, Lone Oak, TX 75453
Copeland, Gary, 888 Tram Cut-off, Malvern, AR 72104
Cosby, Harold, 138 S. Lincoln Blvd., Battle Creek, MI 49015
Costlow, Mac A., 624 S. Walker St., Mesquite, TX 75149
Coy, Willie R., 202 E. Fillmore St., Sciota, IL, 61475
Craig, Gene, 120 Roberts Lane, Bald Knob, AR 72010
Craigmiles, Shawn, 1808 N. Peoria Ave., Peoria, IL 61603
Crank, Edwin, P.O. Box 1845, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Crawford, Gary, P.O. Box 1271, Harrison, AR 72602
Crawford, Carey, 2254 Valley Mill, Carrollton, TX 75006
Crews, James, 4946 Candlewood Lane, Post Falls, ID 83854
Crocker, Anthony, P.O. Box 221, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Cross, Mike, 831 Daniels St, Healdton, OK 73438
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Crudgington, Randy, 1877 VZCR 2512, Canton, TX 75103
Crump, Bill, 619 N.W. Ave. J, Hamlin, TX 79520
Cryer, Danny, Rt. 3 Box 294, Diboll, TX 75941
Cunningham, Rustin, 2400 E, Township, Fayetteville, AR 72703
Cunningham, Wayne, 2768 Country St. 2780, Chickasha, OK 73018
Dabney, Ronnie, 612 College, Italy, TX 76651
Daniel, Michael, 8414 Lazy Lane, Spring, TX 77389
Daughhetee, Ron, 2303 Township Line Rd., Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Davis, Lloyd, 19124 N E 22 Lane, Hawthorne, FL 32640
Decker, George, 2315 FM 1651, Canton, TX 75103
Delk, Sonny, P.O. Box 192, Bald Knob, AR 72010
DeRuyscher, Donald, 57701 Ryan St., Mattawan, MI 49071
Didier, Alfredo L., P.O. Box 372515, Cayey, PR 737
Dillon, Buddy, 925 Tenaha, Center, TX 75935
Dixon, Jeffrey, 353 Bus Station Road, Yazoo City, MS 39194
Dotson, Billy, 120 VZCR 3105, Canton, TX 75117
Dougherty, James, P.O. Box 9331, Greenville, TX 75404
Dover, Johnny, 1789 Peacock Rd., St. Clair, MO 63077
Dowd, Jim, RR 1, Box 97, Brosley, MO 63932
Downey, Jack, 514 Downey, Lancaster, TX 75134
Dugger, Pete, 1393 Mora Road, Gilmer, TX 75644
Dulaney, Bill, 136 Hempstead 52, Hope, AR 71801
Dunn, Phillip, 2117 East 35th Street, Texarkana, AR 71854
Dunn, Ron, 119 Cayuga Dr., Athens, TX 75751
Dunn, Ronald, 701 Parkhurst Ave, Cleveland, TX 77327
Dunsworth, Kenneth, 609 S. Ave. E, Portales, NM, 88130
Duvall, Edward, 8 Rose Lane, Cleveland, MS 38732
Eakin, Allan, 2415 Spring Creek Dr., Benton, AR 72015
Easley, Karry, 8464 B Columbia 15, Taylor, AR 71861
Easterling, Robert , 12645 U. S. 259, Nacogdoches, TX 75965
Edgar, Wayne, 325 Shepherd Lane, Sulphur, OK 73086
Edmondson, Mike, 370 Angela Lane, Henderson, TX 75654
Edwards, Kevin, 6631 Hwy 19 South, Magnolia, AR 71753
Edwards, Larry, 136 Green Rd., Marmaduke, AR 63901
Edwards, Sr., Larry, 154 Greene Rd 435, Marmaduke, AR 72443
Embry, Don, P.O. Box 706, Ashdown, AR 71822
Enloe, Alva, 222 Sewell St., Sullivan, MO 63080
Erickson, David, P.O. Box 167, Maydelle, TX 75772
Eubanks, Theron, 902 E. Hickory, Muleshoe, TX 79347
Evans, Myles, 121 CR 660, Lake City, AR 72437
Evans, Claude, 14194 State Hwy P, Potosi, MO 63664
Evans, David G., 8762 Wagon Wheel Rd., Springdale, AR 72762
Everitt, Clinton, 3607 Oak Hill, Bryan, TX 77802
Exum, Bryan, 7301 Tory Lane, Paragould, AR 72450
Fagala, Danny, 16 Greystone Drive, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Fagala, Sr., Dan, 14 Hillswick Dr., Bella Vista, AR 72715
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Faulkner, Mark, 206 N. Front St., Hope, AR 71801
Fenton, Donnie, 108 W. Redbud, Gilmer, TX 75644
Fields, Ron, 5102 Quarry Lane, Rogers, AR 72756
Fink, Mike, 2921 Austin St., Orange, TX 77630
Fish, Dale E., P.O. Box 66, Emerson, AR 71740
Fish, Dale G., HC 02 Box 379, Zalma, MO 63787
Fisher, Jim, 16884 State Highway 9, Norman , OK 73072
Fitzgerald, Jonathan, 22502 Foster Park, Porter, TX 77365
Flynn, Christopher, 11440 Magnolia Estate Lane, Gulfport, MS 39503
Ford, Jim, P.O. Box 436, Columbia, MO 65205
Foreman, Lester, P.O. Box 1405, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Forrest, Gary, 3532 FM 2109, Huntington, TX 75949
Frachiseur, George, 897 Frachiseur Rd, Grannis, AR 71944
Franklin, Jeremy, 6315 Branch Hollow Ln., Arlington, TX 76001
Freeman, Chris, 558 Spring Hill Rd., Laurel, MS 39443
Fulmer, John, 2339 HWY 35 N, Rison, AR 71665
Fulton, Jerry, P.O. Box 2085, Waxahachie, TX 75165
Furby, Eddie, P.O. Box 2277, Bay St. Louis, MS 39521
Ganey, Curtis, 2966 Oak Creek Lane, Jacksonville, FL 3222l
Garlington, Boyce, 270 Rowell Rd. W., Rison, AR 71665
Garner, Lane, 103 Nevada 9, Rosston, AR 71858
Gathright, Jr., Dale, P.O. Box 156, Saratoga, AR 71859
Gibson, Larry, 3451 Hwy 163 S., Jonesboro, AR 72404
Gibson, Wayne N., 4000 Oakwood Court, Valles Mine, MO 63087
Gipson, Gary, 2492 Hwy 349, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Gipson, Rickie, P.O. Box 1192, Gilmer, TX 75644
Gonthier, Chris, 2393 Rocky Branch Road, Sumrall, MS 39482
Gosnell, James, 1388 Denies, Burton, MI 48509
Granberry, James, 2050 CR 430, Tenaha, TX 75974
Gray, Jackie, 500 Loden Rd., Fulton, MS 38843
Griggs, David, 405 Hoffmeister, St. Louis, MO 63l25
Grubb, David, HC 1 Box 156, Van Buren, MO 63965
Gullick, Lee, 187 Tidwell Road, West Monroe, LA 71292
Gunnels, Robert, P.O. Box 134, Piggott, AR 72454
Guthrie, Tommy, 12735 Meadowview Ridge Dr., Benton, AR 72019
Haden, Lavon, 219 Maple St., Columbus, MS 39702
Haden, Bryson, 3308 Hwy 29 North, Soso, MS 39480
Hager, Jr., Robert, 614 Fowler St, Millington, IL 60537
Haguewood, Jamie, 14074 State Hwy U, Mineral Point, MO 63660
Hale, Marvin, P.O. Box 415, Santa Anna, TX 76834
Hamblin, F. J., 537 Butler Blvd, Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Hamilton, Roger, 2107 Windsor Street, Pekin, IL 61554
Hancock, Michael, 484 CR 292, Jasper, TX 75951
Hankins, Gene, 366 Shady Grove Road, McAlester, OK 7450l
Hanson, Thomas, 1491 Frye Road, Starkville, MS 39759
Hardesty, Brad, 645 CR 724, Wynne, AR 72396
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Harper, Michael, 16424 FM 2964, Whitehouse, TX 75791
Harris, Brad, 507 Westwood Ave., Prairie Grove, AR 72753
Harris, Joseph, 476 Hoy Rd., Laurel, MS 39443
Harris, Dean, 1809 Ave. M, Lubbock, TX 79401
Harvey, Gaylord, 402 Green Street, Doniphan, MO 63935
Harvison, Sonny, 101 E. Clifton St., Morrilton, AR 72110
Hastings, Billy, P.O. Box 212, Hermitage, AR 71647
Hawkins, Andy, 648 Lafayette 23, Buckner, AR 71827
Hawkins, Eddie, P.O. Box 614, Manilla, AR 72442
Haynes, Larry, 38 Fieldcrest Circle, Cabot, AR 72023
Hazell, C. E., P. O. Box 448, Malakoff, TX 75148
Heard, Larry, 26315 CR 3540, Roff, OK 74865
Hearst, Michael, 1032 LoMo Dr., Jefferson City, MO 65109
Hellwig, David, 1117 Moore St., Jacksonville, TX 75766
Henbest, Larry, 15795 State Hwy 37, Cassville, MO 65625
Henderson, Gary, P.O. Box 19066, Jonesboro, AR 72403
Hendley, C. Bob, 6954 Fisher Rd., Dallas, TX 75214
Hendren, Larry, P.O. Box 1536, Gentry, AR 72736
Hendricks, David, 2260 CR 1630, Quitman, TX 75783
Henry, Jimmy, 344 Hickory Creek Dr., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Herrington, Bart, 1119 Moore St, Jacksonville, TX 75766
Heuermann, Michael, 6280 Giraffe Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644
Heuermann, Paul, 736 S. FM80, Teague, TX 75860
Hickey, Dallas, 39 Sycamore Rd., Carriere, MS 39426
Hickman, Walter, 9145 Dauphin Island PKWY, Theodore, Al, 36582
Hilburn, Donald, 1142 Eubanks, Lucedale, MS 39452
Hill, Roy, 89 Hill Farm Road, Conway, AR 72032
Hodges, Randal, 218 Texas Ave., Gilmer, TX 75645
Hoffman, Johnnie, 3 Mitchell Circle, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Hoffmann, James E., 11229 Midland Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63114
Hogan, Gene, Sparky 202, Bay , AR 72411
Holcombe, Terry, 7615 S. "A" St., Tacoma, WA, 98408
Holland, Derrell, 181 Peanut Wells Rd., Sterlington, LA 71280
Holland, Ray, 3609 Eastbrook, Natchez, MS 39120
Holloway, Adam, 435 Squires Rd., Spearsville, LA 71277
Hood, Bill, P.O. Box 724, Robert Lee, TX 76945
Horn, Robert, P.O. Box 282, Zavalla, TX 75980
Howell, Lonnie, 158 Lanview, Lucedale, MS 39452
Huddleston, J.C., 603 Nicholson, Potosi, MO 63664
Hudson, Matt, 1530 Loden Rd., Fulton, MS 38843
Hudson, B.J., 50 Summer St. CB 13, Lucedale, MS 39452
Hughes, J. E., P.O. Box 90, Caldwell, AR 72322
Hughes, Buck, 14969 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
Hughes, Richard, 9030 Hwy 34, Hammon, OK 73650
Hulvey, Wes, 904 S. 13th Street, Rogers, AR 72758
Hurley, Ted, 401 Walnut St., Bourbon, MO 65441
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Idleman, Charles, P.O. Box 76, Sullivan, MO 63080
Inzer, David, 1816 Strait Place, Stuttgart, AR 72160
Ippolito, Tony, 182650 Oak Rd, Ft. Meyers, FL 33912
Ivey, Don, 325 Kimberly, Mesquite, TX 75149
Jackson, Charles F., P.O. Box 549, DeWitt, AR 72042
Jackson, Rick, 7726 Uvalde Rd., Houston, TX 77049
Jackson, Bobby, 413 Atkins Apt. 13, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Jarvis, Michael, 900 Wolfe St., Potosi, MO 63664
Johnson, David, 14 Huntington Dr., Greenbrier, AR 72058
Johnson, Clif, P.O. Box 223, Hope, AR 71802
Johnson, Perry, 623 E. 3rd St. S., Prescott, AR 71857
Johnson, Mike, 5 CR 518, Rienzi, MS 38865
Johnson, Ricky, 548 Hwy. 365, Booneville, MS 38829
Johnson, Matt, 601 Perry Dr., Dexter, MO 63841
Johnson, Charles, 1044 S. Mimosa Rd., Gilmer, TX 75644
Johnson, Adam, 260 Cooper, Houston, TX 77076
Johnson, Johnny, 5058 Puluxy Apt. 6104, Tyler, TX 75703
Johnson, Buddy, 1000 Butcher Rd., Waxahachie, TX 75165
Johnstone, Johnny, 105 Ozark, El Dorado, AR 71730
Joiner, Tommy, 4564 Hwy 433 N., Benton, MS 39039
Jolly, Jerry, 2901 Woodsprings Road, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Jones, Jimmy D., 7380 CR 333, Jonesboro, AR 72401
Jones, Alton, 3510 Muldoon Rd., Pensacola, FL 32526
Jones, Deryl, 862 Chalybeate Springs Rd., Plain Dealing, LA 71064
Jones, Greg, 8751 Hwy. 363, Mantachie, MS 38855
Jones, Colbey, 1067 CR 19, Stringer, MS 39481
Jones, Mark, 2024 Jacob Lane, Farmington, MO 60640
Jones, Eldon, 105 Stone Street, Silsbee, TX 77656
Jones, Norman G., 239 W. N. Loop Rd., San Antonio, TX 78216
Jones, Collin, 17430 FM 14, Tyler, TX 75706
Kearby, Craig, 205 FM 1643, Winnsboro, TX 75494
Keith, Rob, 8026 CR 25580, Royce City, TX 75189
Kerr, Carl, 9 Harmonic Dr., Union, MO 63084
King, Wyndel, 109 CR 418, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Kingston, Ben, 569 Bethel Church Road, Lonedell, MO 63060
Kizer, David, 2230 CR 1330, Pittsburg, TX 75686
Knight, Dennis, 2978 Hwy 15, Wiggins, MS 39577
Krisell, Ralph, 4467 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont, CA 94538
Lambright, Gary, P.O. Box 761, Bryant, AR 72089
Langley, Terrel, 301 Sims Langley Trail, Junction City, AR 7l749
Langley, Jeremy, 702 Carter Street, Fordyce, AR 71742
Langley, David, 211 West 18th St., Owasso, OK 74055
Lawrence, Gary L., 6247 Summerhill Rd. Unit B, Abilene, TX 79601
Lazarine, Dock, 37l2 Old Lufkin Road, Nacogdoches, TX 75961
Lee, H.D., 6616 N.W. Pontiac, Kansas City, MO 64151
Lee, Paul, 24090 Road 269, Picayune, MS 39466
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Lee, Charles, 77 Morrow Rd., Purvis, MS 39475
Lee, J. Earlon, 2113 FM 857, Grand Saline, TX 75140
Lee, Vernon, 210 Phillip St., Jacksonville, TX 75766
Lee, Derl, 916 Pinkerton St., Tyler, TX 75701
Lemons, Rick, P.O. Box 126, Forney, TX 75126
Leonard, Dennis, HCR 67 Box 105-A, Fremont, MO 63941
Leslie, Charles, 222 Little Flock Dr., Rogers, AR 72756
Lewis, Keith, 130 Underhill Rd., Beebe, AR 72012
Lewis, Jr., L.R., P.O. Box 498, Violet, LA 70092
Limberopoulas, John, 2245 Berean Lane, Festus, MO 63028
Lindsey, Dwight, 225 SW 3rd St., Bradford, AR 72020
Lindsey, Fulton, P.O. Box 188, Hurley, MS 39555
Linebarger, Rick, 1759 US Highway 59 S, Carthage, TX 75633
Lingelbach, Clyde, 436 S. Drury, Kansas City, MO 64123
Lingenfelter, Randy, 11223 Hwy. 62 W., Imboden, AR 72434
Livingston, Mark, P.O. Box 3043, Lufkin, TX 75903
Loden, Tim, 1256 Winwood Cove, Tupelo, MS 38801
Long, David, 11120 St. Hwy 7 E, Joaquin, TX 75954
Longstaff, Gary, 729 W. Beverly Hills Dr., Springfield, MO 65803
Lott, Jason, 141 Brooke Lane, Nacogdoches, TX 75964
Loven, Floyd, P.O. Box 246, Trinidad, TX 75163
Lowery, Kenneth, 620 E. Palmetto Ave, Plain Dealing, LA 71064
Lucy, Chris, 1859 Columbia 27 S., Magnolia, AR 71753
Lumpkin, Cedric, 326 Mount Carmel, Carriere, MS 39466
Lunceford, Keith, 44 Indian Trail, Searcy, AR 72143
Maddox, B.J., 5560 Buncombe, Shreveport, LA 71129
Mallette, Eldon J., 16 Virginia Dr., Poplarville, MS 39474
Manasco, Jackie, 108 N. College, Searcy, AR 72143
Manley, Webb, 811 Innsbruck Lane, Sikeston, MO 63801
Mars, Michael, P.O. Box 687, Talco, TX 75487
Martin, Paul, 8450 Hwy. 8, New Edinburg, AR 71660
Martin, Jeremy, 248 Lovers Path, Springtown, TX 76082
Maxwell, T. Aaron, 449 Heber Springs Rd., Batesville, AR 72501
Maxwell, Bill, 107 South Crest, Trumann, AR 72472
Mayfield, Leroy, 10258 Moss Lea Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 708l8
McAdams, Earnest, 1420 Oakland Bridge Rd., Spearsville, LA 71277
McAnelly, Michael, P.O. Box 955, Bald Knob, AR 72010
McCanless, Tom, 12709 St. Hwy C, Belgrade, MO 63622
McCeig, Stephen, 301 E FM 489, Buffalo, TX 75831
McClelland, H.A., Rt. 5, Box 2l4, Jasper, TX 7595l
McCrackin, William, 50865 C. R 652, Mattawan, MI 49071
McCaig, Cory, 215 Pleasant Place Way, Bowling Green, KY, 42104
McCreary, Harvey E., 21 Park Drive, Cabot, AR 72023
McDaniel, Jim, 4025 Burke #1505, Pasadena, TX 77504
McDonald, Grady, 504 Paul, Garland, TX 75043
McDonald, Joshua, 9010 Holmes Lane Unit 14, Texarkana, TX 75503
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McEuen, Mike, 2907 N. Walton Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712
McGee, James, 2009 S. Leslie, Independence, MO 64055
McGraw, Sidney, 1605 Ponderosa Dr., El Dorado, AR 71730
McKay, Wayne, 2235 Chinaberry Rd., Gilmer, TX 75645
McMasters, Joel, 1904 Pauls Drive, Jonesboro, AR 72401
Meade, Melvin, P.O. Box 436, Irondale, MO 63648
Meade, Brian, 15698 S. State Hwy 21, Potosi, MO 63664
Meadows, Dennis, 191 High Hill Church Rd., Atoka, OK 745225
Medenwald, Greg, 310 Quail Hollow Place, Hattiesburg, MS 39402
Melton, Kenneth, HC 1 Box 3724, Oxly, MO 63955
Merchant, Brian, 1000 Alice Street, Trinidad, TX 75163
Mericle, Wyatt W., 24530 FM 2090, Splendora, TX 77372
Middlestadt, David, 51900 Lawrence Rd., Marcellus, MI 49067
Milholland, Myron, 22 Smallwood Dr., Greenbrier, AR 72058
Miller, Lee, 226 Valley Road, Farmington, MO 63640
Mills, James, 813 S. 58th, Paragould, AR 72450
Mills, Duane, P.O. Box 140X, Grapeland, TX 75844
Mitchell, Tom, 107 Cherry Bark Dr., Little Rock, AR 72211
Mitchell, Ricky, 322 Zelton Ingram Road, Seminary, MS 39479
Mitchell, Heith, 2190 FM 2225, Quitman, TX 75783
Montgomery, Kenneth, P.O. Box 1531, Gilmer, TX 75454
Moody, Glenn, 1780 E. State Hwy 239, Blytheville, AR 72315
Moore, Robert, 1865 CR 134, Success, AR 72470
Moore, J. Wayne, 121 Roselawn, Osceola, AR 72370
Moore, John, 28252 Berry Patch Rd., Picayune, MS 39466
Moore, Kerry A., 221 West Beltline, DeSoto, TX 75115
Morgan, Ronald, 611 Butler Street, Springhill, LA 7l075
Morris, Calvin, 11671 Highway 31 East, Brownsboro, TX 75756
Morris, Bobby, Rt. 2, Box 29lH, Mt. Vernon, TX 75457
Morrow, Fred, P.O. Box 554, Quitman, TX 75783
Mosley, Bill, 9724 Ann Ave., Tyler, TX 75706
Mullin, David, 7905 E. 89th St., Kansas City, MO 64138
Mullins, Richard, 7429 Willow Wisp Dr. S, Lakeland, FL 33810
Mullins, Kelby, 7906 Straits, Rowlett, TX 75088
Murchison, Preston B., 1400 HB Mosley #303, Longview, TX 75604
Murphy, Randall, 519 Sturgis Street, Warren, AR 71671
Nall, Tim, 1903 Kimberly Drive, Corinth, MS 38834
Neal, Bobby, P.O. Box 558, Dierks, AR 71833
Neal, Sr., James, 2725 Wabash St., Michigan City, IN, 46360
Newsom, Larry, 203 N. 27th. St., Arkadelphia, AR 7l923
Nichols, Robert, 3228 Jeffcote, Conroe, TX 77303
Nicholson, Mark, 1806 Town & Country, Sand Springs, OK 74063
Norcross, Shane P., 209 Giles St., Avalon, TX 76623
Norris, Fonda, 145 Bradley 203, Warren, AR 71671
O'Neal, Gary, 1416 Greenwood Church Rd., Fulton, MS 38843
Oglesbee, Willie, 7047 Hwy 113, Brewton, AL, 36426
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Oldenquest, William, 7500 Helton Rd., Theodore, AL, 36582
Olds, Carter, 108 Mary Ann, Lufkin, TX 75901
Oliver, Jim, 1405 Emory Street, Hot Springs, AR 71913
Oliver, Dan E., 11910 Old Denton Rd., Keller, TX 76248
Orr, James, 496 CR 133, Bono, AR 72416
Ortiz, Pablo, P.O. Box 2621, Coamo P.R., 737
Osman, Tommy, 1803 Cavanaugh Road, Ft. Smith, AR 72908
Owen, Ron, 364 Columbia Rd.25, Magnolia, AR 71753
Owens, Joe, 762 Hwy 160, Magnolia, AR 71753
Pace, Glen M., 3202 W. 7th, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Pacheco, Carlos, P.O. Box 1249, Guayama, PR, 714
Panky, Deshawn, P.O. Box 183, Lynn, AR 72440
Panzrino, Frank, P.O. Box 232, Neely, MS 39461
Parcher, Sr., Larry D., 722 E. Dolphin Ave., Ridgecrest, CA 93555
Parmer, Wexford, 467 Feemster Lake Rd., Tupelo, MS 38804
Patterson, Denny, 208 Good Hope Rd., Columbia, MS 39429
Patterson, Dale, P.O. Box 387, Bronte, TX 76933
Paul, Danny, 1466 Moss Point Dr., Southaven, MS 38671
Pearce, Roger, 1800 S. Knoxville, Russellville, AR 72802
Pearson, John, 42 Tiffany Cr., Killeen, TX 76542
Pennington, Anthony , 3015 Datum St. SW, Albuquerque, NM, 87121
Pepper, Gerald, P.O. Box 37, Laneville, TX 75667
Perry, Bill, Rt.20 Box 755C, Tyler, TX 75708
Philliber, John, #1 Quantock Hills Dr., Bella Vista, AR 72715
Phillips, Jerry, P.O. Box 359, Beckville, TX 75631
Phillips, Mary, 530 Meadowbrook Drive, Mineola, TX 75773
Pickard, David, 7201 Crowley Road, Fort Worth, TX 76134
Pickering, Rayburn, P.O. Box 1208, Jasper, TX 75951
Plyler, Jr, Jonas, 44 Musgrove Rd., Murfreesboro, AR 71958
Poarch, Larry, 611 Arleta Lane, Ennis, TX 75119
Pollard, Johnnie, 1294 CR 3270, Mineola, TX 75773
Polok, Aaron, 602 E. Centennial, Pittsburg, KS, 66762
Pool, Larry, 111 Sequoia Ct., Midlothian, TX 76065
Pope, Rhonda, Rt. 1 Box 358, Gilmer, TX 75644
Pope, James H., 1509 N. Westridge, Plainview, TX 79072
Portell, Ronald, Rt.2 Box 136, Eden, IL 62286
Porter, Jr., Virgil, P.O. Box 2584, Conway, AR 72033
Powers, Bob, 320 W. Palace, Hobbs, NM, 88240
Prather, Roy, 103 Willow Circle, Levelland, TX 79336
Prawl, Eldon, 15708 E. 25th St. S, Independence, MO 64055
Proctor, Chris, 1103 Moore St., Jacksonville, TX 75766
Pugh, Ron, 2503 Hayes, Muskogee, OK 74403
Quinby, Ted, 77 Midway Church Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482
Raines, James Ray, 5300 Timber Creek Circle, N. Little Rock, AR 72116
Raines, Wayne, P.O. Box 237, Stringtown, OK 74569
Raish, Carl, 5513 W. Jackson St., Pensacola, FL 32506
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Ramsey, Max, Rt. 1 Box 64, Bradley, OK 73011
Reddin, George, 718 Encina Lane, Greenwood, AR 72936
Reddin, Tim, 2905 E. Sterling Ct., Fayetteville, AR 72703
Reddin, Samuel J., P.O. Box 222, Howe, OK 74940
Reese, Robert "Bubba", 117 N. Parkview Drive, Trumann, AR 72472
Renfro, Dean, 20010 Kuykendahl Road, Spring, TX 77379
Rhea, Randy, 40156 E. CR 1631, Wynnewood, OK 73098
Rhodes, Justin, 18 Big Creek Church Rd, Soso, MS 39480
Rhodes, Russell, 9777 State Hwy 19, Ada, OK 74820
Rice, D.B., 51 Frances Dr., Conway, AR 72032
Rice, Paul, 5705 No. Hills Blvd, N. Little Rock, AR 72116
Rice, Wayne, 310 Mitchell Street, Picayune, MS 39466
Rice, Coy, 18081 Robinwood Dr., Sucier, MS 39574
Richardson, Joey, P.O. Box 896, Kirbyville, TX 75956
Richardson, Jacob, 113 Romallen Dr., Palestine, TX 75801
Rickett, Brian, 21 Bayson Drive, Ward, AR 72176
Ricks, Thomas, 612 FM 49, Mineola, TX 75773
Riddle, Brent, 3855 Mark Lane, Conroe, TX 77303
Ridge, Edward, P.O. Box 1287, Fairfield, TX 75840
Riles, John L., 1500 HWY 29 N, Ellisville, MS 39437
Rinehart, Tony, RR2 Box 141C, Hampton, AR 71744
Rivera, Juan R., P.O. Box 1053, Salinas, PR, 00751
Roady, Jerry, HCR 65 Box 23, Pryor, OK 74361
Robinson, Richard, 4310 Sandydale Ln, Houston, TX 77039
Rock, Don , 35652 Cane Market Road, Denham Springs, LA 70706
Rose, Larry, P.O. Box 42, Stringtown, OK 74569
Ross, Carl, P.O. Box 543, Paducah, TX 79248
Ruggles, Dale, P.O. Box 546, Wynnewood, OK 73098
Russell, Glen, HC 82 Box 576, Atoka, OK 74525
Sanders, Greg, 963 Ralph Nerren Rd., Huntington, TX 75949
Sanders, Brock, 107 Jim Circle, Lorena, TX 76655
Savell, Medrick, 31 Meador Rd., Laurel, MS 39443
Sawyer, Drew, 765 Pebble Lane, Floeissant, MO 63033
Schafer, James H., 3548 Drexel Ave., Port Arthur, TX 77642
Schoenrock, James, 1921 Cochran Dr., Mesquite, TX 75149
Scifres, Leray, 2802 S. 10th, Abilene, TX 79605
Scott, Dwight, 41 Decker Dr., Morrilton, AR 72110
Scruggs, Jr., George, 38615 Tyler Ballard Rd, Walker, LA 70785
Seat, Don, 112 Grayson, Jonesboro, AR 72404
Sessions, Randy, 6707 Lair Rd., Amarillo, TX 79118
Shank, Wearthy, P.O. Box 177, Fox, OK 73435
Sharpe, Terry, 10186 E. Hwy 72, Bunker, MO 63629
Sheets, Vernon, 6773 Highway 67 N., Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Sheffield, Don, P.O. Box 661, Orange, TX 77630
Shelton, Kirk, 436 Twin Falls Dr., Farmington, AR 72730
Shelton, Emory, 625 South Road, Ellington, MO 63638
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Shepherd, Randy, 5501 Cliffwood, Texarkana, AR 71854
Sheppard, Brian, 1919 Arrowhead, N. Little Rock, AR 72118
Sherman, Rusty, P.O. Box 103, Maydelle, TX 75772
Shoemake, Glen, 2798 HWY 588, Ellisville, MS 39437
Short, David, 210 Holmes, Jonesboro, AR 72401
Shults, Glen, P.O. Box 86, Garner, AR 72052
Sikes, Joe, 775 Kenny St., St. Clair, MO 63077
Sikes, Larry, 1255 Diane St., St. Clair, MO 63084
Silvey, Mike, 2 Broadmoor Drive, Magnolia, AR 71753
Silvey, Paul, P.O. Box 948, Joaquin, TX 75954
Simpson, Floyd, 204 Rude Cemetery Rd, DeSoto, IL 62924
Singleton, Shane, 920 N. 10th Avenue, Laurel, MS 39440
Skinner, Terry, 351 FM 2547, Fairfield, TX 75840
Sluder, Bill, 925 E. 7th St., Ada, OK 74820
Smiley, Max H., P.O. Box 151 , Canton, TX 75103
Smith, John R., 86 Taylor Hill Dr., Wetumpka, AL, 36092
Smith, Billy, 205 Beacon, El Dorado, AR 71730
Smith, John C., 241 Evelyn Ave., Wynne, AR 72396
Smith, John S., P.O. Box 195, Kiowa, CO, 80117
Smith, Tom, 3201 West 48th Ave., Gary, IN, 46408
Smith, Lavelle, P.O. Box 24, Tremont, MS 38876
Smith, Rick, 707 Washington, Artesia, NM, 82210
Smith, Gerald, 75025 S. 288 Rd., Wagoner, OK 74467
Smith, J. Richard, P.O. Box 383057, Duncanville, TX 75138
Smith, Billy, 3080 FM 515, Emory, TX 75440
Smith, Richard W., 1116 Brown St., Waxahachie, TX 75165
Smith, Billy, 3080 FM 515, Emory, TX 75440
Soliz, Jr, Benjamin, 506 Ursaline, Lubbock, TX 79403
Son, John, 2717 Ross St., Highland, IN, 46322
Sorrells, Ernie, 1537 Hempstead 7, Hope, AR 71801
South, Thom, 3614 Irby Dr., Conway, AR 72034
Southard, Gary, 1305 Anne Ave., Humble, TX 77338
Sprayberry, James, P.O. Drawer O, Bay Springs, MS 39422
Spurlock, Jesse, 305 W. Jarman Dr., Midwest City, OK 73110
Steele, Ed, 1244 Purvis-Oloh Rd., Purvis, MS 39475
Stephenson, Ed, 25 Hwy 287, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Stewart, Brian, 4182 W. Broadway Ave., Bloomington, IN 47404
Stewart, Elton, 490 Creekside Dr., Greers Ferry, AR 72067
Stone, Mike, 209 VZCR 3223, Wills Point, TX 75l69
Strickland, Kenneth, P.O. Box 204, Hattieville, AR 72063
Strickland, Bill, 1118 Oak Tree Ln, Weatherford, TX 76086
Stuckey, Hal, Rt. 1 B ox 670, Normangee, TX 77861
Sturch, Ross, #2 Rick Road, Batesville, AR 72510
Sursa, John, 904 Sanderswitch Rd., Ennis, TX 75119
Sutton, Tim, 140 Sandy Lake Rd., Scroggins, TX 75480
Swafford, Joel, P.O. Box 762, Springtown, TX 76082
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Swart, Jeff, 1220 S. State Line Rd., Galena, KS, 66739
Swinea, Jim, 5917 Megan Drive, Jonesboro, AR 72401
Swonke, Terry, 5442 S. Duck Creek Rd., Cleveland, TX 77328
Tate, Marvin, 105 Walnut St., Jonesboro, AR 72417
Taylor, Carroll, 1012 N. Izard, Forrest City, AR 72335
Taylor, Dennis, 13990 Cincinnati Creek Rd., Summers, AR 72769
Taylor, David, 105 E. Pine St., Winnsboro, TX 75494
Terry, Orliss, 6719 Napier, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Thomas, Adam, 4621 W. Hillsboro St., El Dorado, AR 71730
Thompson, James, 289 Ashley 471 Rd, Hamburg, AR 71646
Thompson, Jeff, P.O. Box 1003, Emory, TX 75440
Thompson, Ray, 11231 FM 852, Gilmer, TX 75644
Thornton, Dale, 2012 Buffalo Bend Dr., Lewisville, TX 75067
Thurman, Ray, 11095 Allen Road, Potosi, MO 63664
Tilley, Roy L., #1 Oak Forest Cove, Maumelle, AR '72113
Tilley, Allen, 256 South Market, Carthage, TX 75633
Tisdale, John W., 2609 Lakeshore Dr., Edinburg, TX 78539
Traylor, Tad, P.O. Box 897, Jewett, TX 75846
Tropp, Anthony, 2409 Mt. Holly Rd., Camden, AR 71701
Turner, Raif M., 4601 82nd St., Lubbock, TX 79424
Turner, Duane, 396 CR 4117, Hughes Springs, TX 75656
Turner, Royce, 8731 FM 1388, Kaufman, TX 75142
Upchurch, Frank, 11843 CR 1200, Malakoff, TX 75148
Upchurch, Brian, 10040 SWCR 4220, Purdon, TX 76679
Vandenberg, Jake, P.O. Box 196, Taylor, AR 71861
VanVolkinburg, Lonnie, 2ll5 Murphy, Joplin, MO 64804
Vasquez, Jorge, 1512 N. Hwy 229, Benton, AR 72015
Vaughn, Roger, 408 Maple, Three Rivers, MI 49093
Veretto, Johnny, P.O. Box 98, Buffalo, TX 75831
Vestal, Michael, 706 E. Main, Mexia, TX 76667
Vincent, Paul, 8 N Lakeshore Dr., Cherokee Village, AR 72529
Vogel, Fred, 1202 0wall, Galena, KS, 66739
Walker, Kenneth, 4992 Leven Rd, Memphis, TN 38118
Walker, C.D., 10713 Meadowbrook Blvd, Forney, TX 75216
Walters, Jason, P.O. Box 1442, Cortez, CO, 81321
Ward, Jim, 4 Wildwood Dr., Cabot, AR 72023
Watson, Billy G., 701 West Center Ave., Searcy, AR 72143
Way, John, 1402 Hwy 133N, Crossett, AR 7l635
Weaver, Kendall, 560 Brewer Rd., Sidney, AR 72577
Webb, David, 5512 Pike Ave, N. Little Rock, AR 72118
Welch, Jim, 277 Welch Loop, Junction City, LA 71749
West, Todd, 7318 Windsong Dr., North Little Rock, AR 72113
Wheat, James, 135 CR 2310, Mineola, TX 75773
White, John, 2000 Cardinal, Ceres, CA 95307
Whitlock, Brian, 664 Hwy CC, Broseley, MO 63932
Whitten, Doyce G., 1784 Tucker Store Rd., Spearsville, LA 71277
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Whitten, Ken, 418 Nathan Dr., Quitman, TX 75783
Whitten, J.B., 485 CR 3160, Quitman, TX 75773
Williams, Dana, P.O. Box 64, Bentonville, AR 72712
Williams, Daniel E., 51 Oak Tree Rd., Damascus, AR 72039
Williams, Ken, 307 E. Forest, Marengo, IL 60152
Williams, Wallace, 12421 Oakview Court, Gulfport, MS 39503
Williams, John Ben, 305 Martin Lane, Carthage, TX 75633
Williams, Ken, 905 Bromwich St., Garland, TX 75040
Williams, James, P.O. Box 2077, Livingston, TX 77351
Williams, Larry, Rt. 4 Box 186, Jasper, TX 75951
Williamson, Thomas, 3131 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL 60608
Willis, James, 1290 Bee Branch Rd, Quitman, AR 72131
Willis, Danny, 5734-147th St., Lubbock, TX 79424
Wilson, Todd, 40 Huntington, Greenbrier, AR 72058
Wilson, Bryan, 122 Rd 1471, Mooreville, MS 38857
Wilson, James, rt. 3 Box 1220, Chireno, TX 75964
Wilson, Jerry L., 2108 Westview Dr., Nacogdoches, TX 75964
Winskie, Mark, 1310 VZ CR 1803, Grand Saline, TX 75140
Wisely, Dan, 12391 US Hwy 61, New Madrid, MO 63869
Woodard, Charlie, 1461 Peacj Tree Rd., Mabank, TX 75147
Woods, Dennis Ray, P.O. Box 846, Mabank, TX 75147
Woods, Dennis, P.O. Box 846, Mabank, TX 75156
Wright, J. W., 690 N Taylor Road, Bald Knob, AR 72010
Wright, Wes, 608 CR 168, Jasper, TX 75951
Wright, Bryan, 2352 Greene 516 Rd, Lafe, AR 72436
Wychopen, Forrest, 223 Sulky Tr., Houston, TX 77060
Yager, Chris, 6273 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek, MI 48473
Young, James, P.O. Box 1195, Gilmer, TX 75644
Yule, David, 1432 CR 202, Carthage, TX 75633
Zavala, Victor, 5100 Maple Rd., Vacaville, CA 95687
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Proceedings
2014
Officers
President
Ed Stephenson
Vice-Presidents
First Vice President — Jason Aultman
Second Vice President — Paul White
Recording Secretaries
James Ray Raines
Greg Medenwald
Jerome Cooper
President Elect
Jason Aultman
Vice-Presidents Elect
First Vice-President — Paul White
Second Vice-President — Jeff Swart
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65th Annual Session
of the
Baptist Missionary Association of America
April 28-30, 2014
Statehouse Convention Center
Little Rock, Arkansas
President Ed Stephenson
First Vice-President Jason Aultman
Second Vice-President
Paul White
Recording Clerks James Ray Raines
Jerome Cooper
Greg Medenwald
Monday Evening
April 28, 2014
The first general session of the 65th annual session of the Baptist Missionary
Association of America convened on April 28, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. at the Statehouse
Convention Center in Little Rock, Arkansas with President Ed Stephenson
presiding.
President Stephenson, in calling the assembly to order, acknowledged the
difficulties and loss of people in recent tornados in Arkansas and Mississippi,
people in the association of churches with severe illnesses, and BMAA pastors
who have recently passed away, and recognized James Schoenrock to lead the
assembly in special prayer. President Stephenson then announced the 2014 theme
to be “One in Heart,” and spoke well wishes upon the association in conducting
the business of the association.
Pastor Gary Lambright of the Host Committee was recognized to introduce
the mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas, the Honorable Mark Stodola, to welcome the
assembly to Little Rock.
Following Mayor Stodola’s welcome, President Stephenson, at the sound of
the gravel, declared the 65th annual session to be officially in order for the purpose
of conducting business, and recognized host pastor Gary Lambright to lead the
assembly in prayer.
Pastor Lambright then introduced fellow host pastors Shea Cochran and
David Webb, and also acknowledged host pastors Paul Rice and Tom Mitchell
who were unable to be present for the first session.
President Stephenson introduced Committee on Arrangements members
Leon Carmical , Charles Attebery, and James Ray Raines to the assembly,
acknowledged first vice-president Jason Aultman who was unable to attend the
first session, and introduced second vice-president Paul White and recording
clerks Jerome Cooper, Greg Medenwald, and James Ray Raines.
President Stephenson introduced Katie Patrom, Ross Burgess, Jim Martin,
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Roland Adams, and Sonny Harvison to sing before the president’s message,
and after being introduced by his son, Chad Stephenson, President Stephenson
preached the president’s message, entitled “One in Heart,” from 1 Samuel 18:1-4.
After announcements, David Watkins dismissed the first general session in
prayer.
Tuesday Afternoon
April 29, 2014
The second general session began on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at 3:00 p.m.
with President Ed Stephenson presiding.
Following a mission video on the “Arrington,” a riverboat ministry in Bolivia,
Jim Hoffman led in prayer and President Ed Stephenson welcomed the messengers
and visitors to the second general session.
President Stephenson introduced the parliamentarians for the meeting,
James Schoenrock and Gary Lambright, and then expressed considerations for
conducting the association’s business in an orderly fashion including the Rules of
Decorum.
Enrollment Committee Chairman Grant Barnett was recognized to give
the initial report of the Enrollment Committee: 231 churches represented by
messengers, 265 churches represented by letter only, 494 messengers present, 123
visitors present, 173 missionary committeemen present, and 8 letters of petition
were presented. A motion was made and seconded to adopt the report. The
motion passed.
The 8 churches to petition for membership in the association were Center
of Life in Brenham, Texas, Bruno Fraco, pastor; Center of Life in Somerville,
Texas, Franciso Carillo, pastor; Iglesia Bautista Sin Paredes in Salinas, Porto Rico,
Juan River Ayala, pastor; Iglesia Bautista El Mesias in Juan Diaz, Porto Rico,
Victor Morales Marquez, pastor; Clinton Missionary Baptist Church in Clinton,
Arkansas, Michael Battenfield, pastor; Piney Woods Baptist Church in Northport,
Alabama, Jason Poole, pastor; Cornerstone Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Texas,
no pastor listed; and New Heart Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Ray
Boone, pastor. A motion was made and seconded to welcome the churches into
the association and to seat their messengers. The motion passed, and Second VicePresident Paul White officially welcomed the messengers into the association.
President Stephenson called on recording secretary James Ray Raines to read
the proposed Amendments to the Statement of Principles of Cooperation.
The proposal to amend Article VII – Officers, Section 3, D. was read, and a
motion was made and seconded to adopt the change, with the vote being held over
to the next business session.
The proposal to amend Article VII – Officers, Section 3, G. was read, and a
motion was made and seconded to adopt the change, with the vote being held over
to the next business session.
The proposal to amend Article XV – BMAA Foundation, Section 1, Section 2,
Section 3, A. B. C. D. was read, and a motion was made and seconded to adopt the
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change, with the vote being held over to the next business session.
The proposal to amend Article XVI: Amend to include the BMAA Foundation
as a standing committee was read, and a motion was made and seconded to adopt
the change, with the vote being held over to the next business session.
The officers presented Grady Higgs, Mark Livingston, and Ron Fields as
nominees for the 2017 term of the Nominating Committee, and there being no
other nominations, the three were elected by acclamation. (Later it was noted that
Mark Livingston is on another standing committee and consequently could not
serve, and that the officers would submit another nominee later in the meeting to
replace him.)
Recording Secretary James Ray Raines was recognized to give the Clerk’s
Report. A motion was made and seconded to adopt the report. The motion passed.
Moral Action Agency Report
President Stephenson recognized trustee chairman Vernon Lee to lead in
the Moral Action Agency report, which he did throughout the report explaining
that Moral Action Executive Director Dr. John Adams had to return home due
to tornados in the area of his home. Trustee clerk David Inzer read the agency’s
recommendations and led in prayer, and a video featuring Dr. Adams wording
a prayer and being welcomed recently before the House of Representatives in
Washington D.C. was shown. A motion was made and seconded to adopt their
report and recommendations. The motion passed. Dr. John Adams was reelected
as the executive director of the Moral Action Agency. Ron Fields led in a special
prayer for Dr. Adams, and the personnel and ministries of the Moral Action
Agency.
President Stephenson opened the floor to miscellaneous business, and there
was none.
A motion was made and seconded to adjourn the second general session. The
motion passed, and clerk Greg Medenwald closed the session in prayer.
Tuesday Evening
April 29, 2014
The third general session began on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. with
First Vice-President Jason Aultman presiding.
First Vice-President Jason Aultman welcomed the assembly, led in prayer,
and recognized Central Baptist College President Terry Kimbrow to introduce the
CBC Singers and Choir for a concert of Gospel music under the direction of Jim
Turner.
Jerry Kidd, missions department director of missionary care, introduced
musician Jamie Jorge for a Gospel concert of violin music.
Missionary to Mexico Eric Johnson was introduced by his father, missionary
Buddy Johnson, to preach the annual message. Before preaching, missionary
Eric Johnson presented a large wooden engraving of the emblem of Mexico from
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the BMAA of Mexico to the BMAA of America to be held in the safekeeping of
mission director Dr. John David Smith. Missionary Johnson then preached the
annual message from Ephesians 3 entitled “The Power that Works in Us.”
Joe Owens, pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church in Magnolia, Arkansas, was
recognized to express the association’s appreciation to Eric Johnson for the annual
message.
Accompanied by the violin music of Jamie Jorge, an offering was received to
pay the expenses of Jamie Jorge. The love offering totaled $1,987.00.
James Blaylock dismissed the evening session in prayer
Wednesday Morning
April 30, 2014
The fourth general session began on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 8:30 a.m.
with First Vice-President Jason Aultman presiding.
The session began with a concert of Gospel music by Travis Sellers and the
praise band of Antioch Baptist church in Conway, Arkansas. Travis Sellers led in
prayer.
First Vice-President Jason Aultman, on behalf of the associational officers,
offered Kevin Bowen as a nominee for the 2017 term of the Nominating
Committee, and there being no other nominations, Kevin Bowen was elected by
acclamation to replace Mark Livingston who had been elected to the position in
the second general session but was unable to serve because he was already on
another standing committee.
Women’s Missionary Auxiliary Report
WMA President Janet Widger was recognized to give the WMA report. She
announced the 2014-2015 project to be “Sticky Rice & Amoeba’s,” a nutritional
program with BMMI in Laos. A motion was made and seconded to adopt their
report. The motion passed.
Brotherhood Report
Brotherhood President Mark Jones was recognized to give the Brotherhood
report. He announced their 2014-2015 project to be 65% for Bolivian “River of
Blessing,” 25% for national Galileans and 10% for the Brotherhood general fund.
A motion was made and seconded to adopt their report. The motion passed.
The Master’s Builders Report
Field Coordinator Eddie Sikes was recognized to give The Master’s Builders
report. He reported on the group’s participation in 7 building projects in the
past associational year, and reported on other matters particular to The Master’s
Builders. A motion was made and seconded to adopt the report. The motion
passed.
Lifeword Media Ministries Report
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First Vice-President Aultman recognized executive director Steve Crawley to
give the Lifeword Media Ministries report, which he began by giving an update
on the transition and progress of the integration of the missions Department,
Lifeword, and other BMA departments and agencies in the Conway, Arkansas,
building.
Director Crawley proceeded with the Lifeword report, and recognized chief
programming officer Rick Russell to report on reaching new and unique people
and language groups through Lifeword’s broadcast ministry, and the renewed
efforts to reach yet another people group.
Brandon Cox reported on the ministry of disciple making using a social
media platform, and how it has worked in his ministry at Grace Hills Mission in
Bentonville, Arkansas.
Chief creative officer Donnie Parrish was recognized to speak about this year’s
Walk for the World and a special offering day, “National Lifeword Sunday,” slated
for October 26.
Director Crawley concluded the report by addressing the goals of Lifeword, and
then recognized trustee John Ben Williams to read Lifeword’s recommendations.
A motion was made and seconded to adopt their report and recommendations.
The motion passed. Steve Crawley was reelected as the executive director of
Lifeword Media Ministries. Sam Reddin led in a special prayer for Steve Crawley
and the personnel and ministries of Lifeword Media Ministries, and the report
concluded with a video to help in Lifeword fund-raising efforts.
Nominating Committee Report
Dr. Gene Fulcher, Nominating Committee clerk, was recognized to give their
report. In doing so he noted that Jackie Manasco would replace Gaylon King as
their nominee for the 2017 term on the Committee on Arrangements. A motion
was made and seconded to adopt their report and to elect their nominees and, with
no other nominations coming forward, the motion passed and their nominees
were elected.
Chuck Sullivan led the assembly in a worship moment by singing a solo.
First Vice-President Aultman recognized clerk James Ray Raines to read
the four proposed constitutional changes presented and discussed in the second
session. The proposals were read individually, and each proposal received a passing
vote.
Coordinating Council Report
Coordinating Council chairman Paul Bullock was recognized to give the
Coordinating Council report, and to read the council’s recommendation that
was not considered in the constitutional changes proposed in the second session
and voted on in the fourth session which was recommendation number 5 in the
recommendations and reports booklet and read “That the current Foundation
Executive, Charles Attebery, be elected to serve as Interim Executive Director of
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the BMAA Foundation on a part-time basis.” A motion was made and seconded
to adopt their report and recommendation. The motion passed. Gene Hankins led
in a special prayer for the members of the Coordinating Council.
Philip Attebery was elected by acclamation to the 2017 term of the
Coordinating Council.
Nominating Committee clerk Dr. Gene Fulcher was recognized to give the
committee’s nominees for the BMAA Foundation: 2015, Terry Milam and Travis
Weaver; 2016, Jonathan Baird and Craig Cloud; 2017, Brett Cates and Greg
Matthews; 2018, Robert L. Welborn and Steve Martin; 2019, Van Widger. A motion
was made and seconded to elect the nominees, and with no other nominations
coming forward, the nominees were elected.
(Second Vice-President Paul White Presiding)
Committee member Charles Attebery was recognized to give the report of
the Committee on Arrangements which included the following recommendation:
“That the 2017 meeting of the Baptist Missionary Association of America be held
May 1-3 at the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, Texas and that the
Sheraton Arlington be designated as the primary hotel.” A motion was made and
seconded to adopt their report and recommendation. The motion passed.
Minister’s Resource Services Report
Trustee Eddie Ballard was recognized to lead in the Minister’s Resource
Services report, and he recognized Minister’s Resource Services executive director
Ron Chesser to give his annual report. Director Chesser acknowledged the
presence of Kirk Hetherington of Brotherhood Mutual in the meeting. Trustee
Eddie Booth was recognized to read their recommendations. A motion was made
and seconded to adopt their report and recommendations. The motion passed. A
moment of silence was observed and a special prayer was spoken by Gary Gipson
for the families and churches of the 22 members of the Ministers Benevolent
Society and Auxiliary who passed away in the last year. Ron Chesser was reelected
as the executive director of Minister’s Resource Services. Mike McEuen led in
a special prayer for Ron Chesser and the personnel and ministries of Minister’s
Resource Services.
Wes Hulvey closed the fourth general session in prayer.
Wednesday Afternoon
April 30, 2014
The fifth general session began on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 2:00 p.m.
with President Ed Stephenson presiding.
The session began with music by Travis Sellers, who also led in prayer.
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Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary Report
President Ed Stephenson recognized trustee chairman Danny Pitts to lead
in the BMA Theological Seminary report, and he recognized seminary president
Dr. Charley Holmes to give his annual report. Trustee Don Brown read their
recommendations. A motion was made and seconded to adopt their report and
recommendations. The motion passed. Dr. Charley Holmes was re-affirmed as the
president of the BMA Theological Seminary. Danny Kirk led in a special prayer for
Dr. Holmes and the personnel and ministry of the BMA Theological Seminary.
DiscipleGuide Church Resources Report
President Stephenson recognized trustee chairman Aaron Middleton to lead
the DiscipleGuide Church Resources report, and he recognized DCR executive
director Scott Attebery to give his annual report. Jason Prewitt was recognized as
the new DCR director of camp ministries and the director of Daniel Springs Baptist
Camp in Gary, Texas. Director Prewitt spoke about the future of the camping
ministry, and then director Attebery spoke about the DCR conference ministry,
the “What We Believe” publishing series, and the general future of DiscipleGuide
Church Resources. Trustee clerk Greg Medenwald was recognized to read the
DCR recommendations which included one recommendation not published
in the reports and recommendations booklet: “We recommend that the DCR
Executive Director’s annual salary be set at $35,000.00, $24,000.00 for housing,
automobile $2,000.00, cell phone $1,200.00, 6% of base salary for retirement with
health insurance provided.” (It was also noted that Scott Attebery is voluntarily
taking a $10,000.00 cut in base salary until DCR finances improve.) A motion
was made and seconded to adopt the report and recommendations. The motion
passed. Scott Attebery was reelected as the executive director of DiscipleGuide
Church Resources. Johnny Hoffman led in a special prayer for Scott Attebery and
the personnel and ministries of DCR.
A motion was made and seconded that “upon the sale of the building and
grounds in Texarkana, we give those publishing employees who were working
in the Texarkana facility for DiscipleGuide as of April 1 a four-month severance
package.” The motion passed.
A motion was made and seconded to pay the clerks $1,000.00 each. The
motion passed.
A motion was made and seconded to print 1,500 minute books. The motion
passed.
President Stephenson called for the election of officers, and the following were
elected: Jerome Cooper, 2017 term as recording clerk; Jason Aultman, President;
Paul White, First Vice-President; Jeff Swart, Second Vice-President.
President Stephenson called for the election of the annual speaker, and
entertained a motion to allow the person with the second highest vote to be
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the alternate speaker. The motion was made and seconded, and passed. Mark
Livingston was elected to preach the annual message, and Glen Tropp was elected
to be the alternate speaker.
Justin Rhodes, Dr. Gary O’Neal and Robbie Caldwell were elected to the 2019
term of the Missions Advisory Committee. Clif Johnson was elected to replace
Anders Lee on the 2016 term of the Missions Advisory Committee.
Grant Barnett was recognized to give the final report of the Enrollment
Committee: churches represented by messengers, 247; churches represented
by letter only, 254; messengers present, 517; visitors present 128; missionary
committeemen present 188; contributions to the minutes and meeting fund,
$5,175.00.
A motion was made and seconded to receive an offering to go toward the
purchase of 3 computers for use by the Enrollment Committee. The motion passed.
A motion was made and second to adjourn. The motion passed, and after
announcements about the evening session, Don Brown dismissed the fifth general
session in prayer.
Wednesday Evening
April 30, 2014
The sixth general session began on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 7:00 p.m.
with President Ed Stephenson presiding.
The session began with music by Travis Sellers and a praise band from Antioch
Baptist Church in Conway, Arkansas. Travis Sellers also led in prayer.
Appreciation was expressed by President Stephenson on behalf of the assembly
to the people who led in music and worship throughout the associational meeting.
Missions Department Report
President Ed Stephenson recognized Missionary Advisory Committee
chairman Jeff Swart to lead in the Advisory Committee report, and he recognized
mission department executive director Dr. John David Smith to give his annual
report.
Missionary Charlie Costa led in a special prayer for BMAA missions,
particularly remembering a number of people in the family of the mission
department with special health concerns and needs.
Trustee clerk Clif Johnson read the recommendations of the Missionary
Advisory Committee including two recommendations which were not listed in
the reports and recommendations booklet: “We recommend the election of Sean
Richards as international missionary to Papa New Guinea,” and “Recommendation
to accept Wade Allan’s resignation.” A motion was made and seconded to adopt
their report and recommendations. The motion passed.
Mission director Smith was recognized to give the Revolving Loan Fund
report. A motion was made and seconded to adopt the report. The motion passed.
Former mission director Grady Higgs led in a special prayer for Dr. John David
Smith and the personnel and ministry of the Missionary Advisory Committee and
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the missions department.
Dr. John David Smith was reelected as the executive director of the BMAA
Department of Missions.
President Ed Stephenson offered words of appreciation to the musicians,
technicians, Host Committee, Committee on Arrangements, parliamentarians,
and officers for their service during the associational meeting, and then passed
the gavel to newly elected president Jason Aultman. President Aultman expressed
his appreciation, and the appreciation of the association, in word and through the
presentation of a plaque to Ed Stephenson for his two years of service as president
of the association.
At the sound of the gavel President Aultman declared the 65th annual session
of the BMA of America to be concluded, and a missionary commissioning service
led by missions executive director Dr. John David Smith followed.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Moral Action
An Agency of the BMAA
Dr. John M. Adams, Executive Director
P.O. Box 305
Mantachie, MS
662-231-3863
[email protected]
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Moral Action
Annual Report
DR. JOHN M. ADAMS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
“Morals — One In Heart With God”
One in Heart Together as the BMA
Moral Action continues to stand with His churches as we share the Word of God to the
hearts of mankind. Moral Action is a valuable tool to help you be a “beacon” in times of
darkness and conflict of values.
The Director and trustees invite you to review the Ten (10) Summary Statements of Moral
Action. Our agency exists to give a voice to thousands of decent, law-abiding, God fearing
Americans that desire to adhere to moral principles.
We continue to stand with you through relevant articles in our state associational
publications. We provide free literature on current moral issues. We invite you to browse
to our web page at www.macbma.net. The web page will provide local pastors and churches
information on current topics, tools for study, steps to contact your legislators, and
additional information about our agency.
Moral Action continues to be out in the forefront as we battle to keep the words “In
God We Trust” on our coin and paper monies, and to keep “under God” in our Pledge of
Allegiance to the flag. The American Civil Liberties (A.C.L.U.) continues to seek to have
these words removed. The Moral Action agenda also includes activism in the ongoing
battle against homosexuality and lesbianism, gay and lesbian marriages, and partial – birth
abortions.
Of course, if you watch or keep up with any current events, you will be aware that
homosexuality and late term abortions are two current debates that are not going to go
away. Proverbs 6:16-17 gives clear direction regarding God’s instructions regarding the
“shedding of innocent blood.” Leviticus 18:22 shouts out “thou shalt not lie with mankind,
as with womankind: it is abomination.”
One In Heart with Others
As Executive Director of Moral Action, I encourage our BMA Christian family to be
familiar with valuable Christian resources. Below are just a few of these:
Family Research Council (FRC)
Dr. Tony Perkins
1-800-225-4008
www.FRC.org
National Day of Prayer (NDOP)
May 1, 2014
Chairman, Anne Graham Lotz
1-719-559-9560 1-800-444-8828
www.nationaldayofprayer.org
WallBuilders
David Barton, Historian
1-817-441-6044 1-800-873-2845
www.wallbuilders.com
Focus On The Family
President Jim Daly
1-800-A-Family 1-800-232-6459
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www.focusonthefamily.com
Christians United for Israel
Director David Brog
1-210-477-4714
www.CUFI.org
Alliance Defending Freedom
Dr. Alan Sears
1-800-TELL-ADF
www.alliancedefendingfreedom.org
Moral Action
Dr. John M. Adams
P.O. Box 305
Mantachie, MS 38855
1-662-231-3863 1-662-282-7425
www.macbma.net
One In Heart With the Bible
As Christians, we learn our moral guidelines through God’s Holy Word. These guidelines
are for our edification and certainly for our good. Many are thinking and perhaps even
saying “In the 21st Century God’s guidelines are too strict. As long as we believe in Him,
He does not care what we do.”
Paul said in Romans 11:22, “Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God; on them,
which fell, severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness: otherwise
thou also shalt be cut off.” God is STRICT. Do we need to be told again that Jehovah God
destroyed all of mankind with the Noahic flood because of men’s evil deeds. God looked at
the immoral lifestyle of Nadab and Abihu, and Ananias and Sapphira and destroyed them.
We must, therefore, be one in heart with the Bible.
One In Heart Before a Depraved Culture
Is moral truth and moral living merely a preference or is it a moral obligation? Our Lord,
Jesus Christ and God’s Only Son, told his workers that they were called to be the salt and
the light in a darkened, depraved society. Matthew 5:14, “ye are the light of the world. A
city that is set on a hill cannot be hid.”
Believers in Jesus must reassert the reality of the absolute truth and the value of all human
life. This light is found in the Scripture. Not surprisingly, it is also found in the American
Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Our light is a Judeo-Christian light that
should shine – and shine brightly.
One In Heart With His Churches
We wish to thank each church, association, WMA, Brotherhood and individuals
who contributed to the July 4th Freedom Offering and this ministry. You will find this list
under “contributions.”
Let me encourage our BMA family to make preparations for our yearly Freedom offering
this year on either June 29th or July 6, 2014.
Mrs. Adams and I covet your prayers. We ask each church to budget Moral Action
or send monetary gifts as desired. I thank your for this wonderful privilege to serve as
your director. It is indeed a great honor. Let me also acknowledge First Baptist Church,
Mantachie MS for sharing their pastor with this ministry. God bless each of you in your
journey.
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Recommendations
1. That our local associations, local and state WMA and Brotherhoods, and our local
churches be encouraged to give a financial gift or budgeted monthly gifts of Moral Action.
These funds will strengthen this ministry.
2. That our churches and pastors embrace and support our nation by participating and
promoting the National Day of Prayer (NDOP), Thursday, May 1, 2014. (nationaldayofprayer.
org) Join other Americans in prayer for our nation. Meetings can be conducted at town
halls, city halls, county courthouses, flagpoles, states houses, and churches.
3. That all our BMA churches schedule, June 29 or July 6, 2014, as the Moral Action
“Freedom Offering” Sunday. This is an opportunity to honor or give memorials (if desired)
for our soldiers, past and present.
4. That Dr. John M. Adams, Executive Director, represent the BMA of American in
Washington, D.C., at the Watchmen on the Wall Conference, and by encouraging and
contacting our United States Senators, Congressmen and Congresswomen, and other
Christian moral/political organizations.
5. That our Baptist Missionary Association of America reaffirm and approve these five (5)
Moral Action resolutions and that we sincerely pray for our nation and Christian homes.
6. That we humbly request that these resolutions be printed in our BMA state newspapers
and local church bulletins.
7. That Dr. John M. Adams stand as a nominee for Executive Director of Moral Action.
8. That the proposed budget be approved.
Chairman, Vernon Lee, Texas
Clerk, David Inzer, AR
Dr. Kevin Clayton, MS
Cody Hiland, AR
Collin Jones, TX
Cory McCaig, Kentucky
Randal Murphy, AR
Shane Singleton, MS
John Smith, CO
Resolution 1
APPRECIATION FOR OUR MILITARY
WHEREAS, U.S. Military appreciation is needed. The cause and cost of freedom, democracy
and peace is being advanced by the diligent and courageous performance of members of
our United States military, who serve our country faithfully, both here and abroad, while
they are aggressively engaged in the global war on terror; and
WHEREAS, All the conflicts have not been fought and our soldiers are still in the battle to
win the war as well as restore civil order at the risk of their own lives; and
WHEREAS, Military service entails a comprehensive sacrifice from each soldier and from
their families, friends, and communities, now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the messengers of the Baptist Missionary Association of America Meeting
in Little Rock, Arkansas, in April, 2014, commend and salute our service men and women,
in all branches of the military who are serving faithfully and honorably, both at home and
abroad; and be it further
RESOLVED, That we pray for the safety and well-being of our military personnel at all
times, with particular attention to those who are in harm’s way; and be it finally
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RESOLVED, That we express reverent thanksgiving to Almightly God, the Judge of
all nations, who is mightier than all armies and who alone is able to save, and ask His
continued guidance and mercy upon our troops and our nation.
Resolution 2
THE DESTRUCTION MADE BY GAMBLING
WHEREAS, the tidal wave of gambling in our country has left in its wake pain and
destruction in the lives of countless individuals, including children, poor and the elderly,
and
WHEREAS, many state governments have believed the lie that state-sponsored gambling
will improve their local economy and provide funds for education, despite evidence to the
contrary, and
WHEREAS, state government by tacit approval of the so-called benefits of gambing become
a predator rather than a protector of its constituents; and
WHEREAS, the commercial advertising of gambling further increases the negative effects;
and
WHEREAS, often the tide of gambling has been turned in American history by God’s
people who knelt in confession and stood in conviction;
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that we, the messengers of the Baptist Missionary
Association of America, assembled in Little Rock, Arkansas, April, 2014, call on all
Christians to exercise their influence by refusing to participate in any form of gambling or
its promotion; and
BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that we urge our political leaders to enact laws restricting and
eventually eliminating all forms of gambling and its advertisement.
Resolution 3
RECOGNIZE THE NEED TO ELECT GODLY LEADERS TO POLITICAL OFFICES
WHEREAS, politicians sometimes will proclaim Christianity; and
WHEREAS, some corrupt politicians use religion for political ends; and
WHEREAS, these type of political leaders are guilty of selling faith for corrupt power;
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that we born again believers in Christ work to elect good
and Godly men and women who share our Biblical values and who support our church
policies of morality; and
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that we urge these Godly political representatives to take
care of the public trust; and
BE IT THEREFORE, FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Baptist Missionary Association of
America meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas, April 2014, work diligently to elect good and
Godly men and women to public offices in the United States.
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Resolution 4
TO STAND FIRMLY AGAINST HOMOSEXUALITY
WHEREAS, Christians can and should minister to homosexuals and lesbians in a biblical
manner; and
WHEREAS, God can work through our lives to minister and touch those practicing this
immorality; and
WHEREAS, our pulpits and lecterns can proclaim the destructiveness of the Gay Rights
Movement in America;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we urge the Baptist Missionary Association of
America messengers meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas in April, 2014 to take a Biblical stand
against homosexuality in a Christian manner.
Resolution 5
REAFFIRMATION OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TO SUPPORT AND
HELP PROTECT THE JEWISH NATION OF ISRAEL, GOD’S PEOPLE
WHEREAS, we believe Jehovah God attested both the existence and the continuing
existence of the Jewish people and by the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ; and
WHEREAS, we pray for peace in the Middle East; and
WHEREAS, we Christians believe the the present state of Israel maintains a divine right to
the land given to Abraham;
THEREFORE, be it further resolved, that the messengers and churches of the Baptist
Missionary Association of America meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas, April, 2014, urge the
United States Government to maintain a recognition of Israel and support unequivocal her
right to exist as God’s people.
Proposed Budget: January – December, 2014
Associational Expense
$1984.50
Office Supplies
2756.25
Postage1900.00
Printing2500.00
Promotion5000.00
Research/Subscriptions3500.00
Retirement/Executive Director
429.98
Salary/Executive Director
8268.75
Salary/Office Personnel
5292.00
Taxes/Insurance4410.00
Telephone/Internet/Web1500.00
Travel/Executive Director
16000.00
Van Expense
1300.00
Total Yearly Budget
54841.48
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Moral Action Financial Report: January – December, 2013
Balance Brought Forward
$18361.84
Receipts57945.37
Total to Account For$76307.21
Expenses:
Associational Expenses
650.00
Office Supplies
575.11
Postage1693.77
Printing1953.56
Promotion6073.77
Research/Subscriptions742.47
Retirement/Executive Director
429.98
Salary/Executive Director
8268.75
Salary/Office Personnel
5292.00
Taxes/Insurance4410.00
Telephone/Internet/Web1669.40
Travel/Executive Director
Gas
6168.01
Meals
1566.23
Hotels
4951.75
Van Expense
1211.75
Total Expenses45656.55
Balance 12/31/1330650.66
Ten Summary Statements of Moral Action
1. We are committed to the proclamation of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ with
paramount emphasis upon His virgin birth, sinless life, and literal resurrection.
2. We believe in the sanctity of human life, and thus support a Human Life Amendment to
protect the lives of the innocent unborn.
3. We maintain that religious freedom must be regarded as one of the most important
human rights.
4. We support both a voluntary prayer amendment to the United States Constitution and
equal access legislation, in order to restore religious expression in our public schools.
5. We are committed to the civil rights of all citizens being guaranteed, but believe that the
creation of so-called “gay rights” for homosexuals is a threat to our nation’s family life and
extends civil rights beyond what is appropriate.
6. We support enactment and enforcement of legislation to contain the moral blight of
pornography in our land.
7. We contend that government must acknowledge that parents are responsible for the
raising of their children.
8. We believe that parental choice of public, private, or home education should be available
to all Americans.
9. We favor governmental assistance for the deserving poor, but only through programs
which encourage individuals to be self-reliant, thus strengthening the family rather than
weakening it.
10. We support a strong national defense as the surest way to protect the security and liberty
of American citizens, and to assure peace and freedom in the world.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Lifeword Media Ministries
Executive Director
Dr. Steve Crawley
P.O. Box 6
Conway, AR 72033
501-329-6891
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ANNUAL REPORT
Lifeword Media Ministries
Steve Crawley, Executive Director
Just as God knit the hearts of David and Jonathan together, He has created a bond among
believers throughout the world—a bond created by our faith in Jesus Christ. Though we will
never meet many of our brothers and sisters in Christ in this life, we are one in the Spirit,
and God supernaturally works through His people around the globe to accomplish His
mission. One of the most powerful means to spread the Word and knit believers together
is the tool of media.
While you may think of Lifeword as just a few individuals working from an office
complex in Conway, Arkansas, the influence of your media ministry is likely much broader
than you may realize. As we work through our budget and ministry plan each year, we stand
amazed at how God takes a relatively small financial plan and reaches out in a meaningful
way to five of the seven continents with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. A few years ago, we put
together an organizational chart of Lifeword’s operations and realized there are 83 team
members around the world producing 50 different programs in 34 languages—to God be
the glory! The following report will provide an update of how God is working around the
globe through various Lifeword broadcasts.
Singleness of Heart Adds Up and Multiplies
The church in the book of Acts was with one accord in one place (Acts 2:1). They had all
things in common (Acts 2:44) and continued daily with one accord and had communion
with gladness and singleness of heart (Acts 2:46). They praised God and had favor with all
people and the Lord added to the church daily (Acts 2:47). God blessed and poured out His
Spirit. The Gospel was preached. Three thousand souls from various nationalities and walks
of life repented for the remission of their sins and were baptized and added to the church
as a result.
We praise the Lord that He has blessed, and continues to bless with similar results,
our unity in heart and vision for His honor and glory. The integration of Missions and
Lifeword has not only enhanced our cohesion, communion and communication between
the departments, but has moved us from cooperation to collaboration in our commitment
to the Great Commission. The eternal results? People from around the globe from various
tongues and walks of life have professed their faith in Jesus Christ, and have been baptized
and plugged in to a local BMA church. Missions are being started and churches are being
organized through our concerted efforts.
The synergy created by the integration under a unified vision is amazing and has
introduced the interdependency paradigm to our culture. Sure, we can accomplish things
independently and perhaps even survive for a short while independent of the other.
However, the interdependent mentality allows us to thrive and has taken us to the level
where we are doing greater things together by combining our God-given abilities and
talents.
In John 13, Jesus gave a new commandment; that we love one another, as He loved us. He
also said that all men would know that we are His disciples if we have love one to another
(John 13:34-35). The love, combined efforts, common goals and clarity of vision have
enabled our departments to coact united in love and vision for the sake of the Kingdom.
His Kingdom.
This year our operations will concentrate on 3 major thrusts:
1. We will maintain and strengthen our broadcast operations around the world. We will
continue the strategic expansion of gospel programming into new languages and additional
programs in accordance with the unified vision we have established in collaboration with
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the BMA Missions Department.
2. We will continue to take an active role alongside BMA Missions in initiating new
indigenous leadership development strategies worldwide, both for church plants and for
media development. Our objective is to work alongside indigenous BMA personnel to train
and empower leaders to help them formulate and execute their own vision for reaching their
culture, largely with their own resources, while becoming self-governing, self-supporting,
and self-propagating. 3. As an integral part of accomplishing the first two objectives, Lifeword has set into motion
a vigorous campaign to help indigenous BMA churches discover and utilize the media tools
within their reach in order to effectively share the gospel message with their own culture.
Jesus, in John 17, prays to the Father that we all may be one as He and the Father are
one. Here is a sampling of our BMA departments demonstrating oneness while working
together with greater effectiveness:
1. In Asia-Pacific, BMA missionaries and Lifeword team members are joining forces to reach
out to every people group with whom we are working to develop indigenous leadership, and
to implement low power FM radio stations. Their goal is to implement at least 10 stations by
the end of 2014. Pastor Pete Etabag reports:
A. Our broadcasts have been instrumental in starting many Bible studies in many
areas. Pastor Rudy Rioja, our Lifeword producer, reports that at least two missions have
been started because of the broadcasts and now they are planning to organize into local
churches.
B. Many souls have been saved and are faithfully attending our churches in the Bicol
area. Young people who were reached by radio have surrendered to the ministry and are at
our Bible College in Silay City, preparing to become church planters.
2. BMA of Africa missionaries and Lifeword personnel have joined forces to implement 10
low power FM radio stations in conjunction with the local BMA churches in Ghana.
3. In the Americas, BMA missionaries and Lifeword have implemented three LPFMs in
Central and South America with plans to add more.
4. In Burma (Myanmar), missionary and Lifeword speaker Bro. Rama reports:
A. “Many listeners from the northern part of Myanmar were very angry with
me because I preach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the only way to escape hell. But they
continued listening to Athetsaka (Lifeword) and wrote very often. Ko Kyi, a listener from
that region would invite his neighbors to listen to our program with him, saying, ‘Come,
come if you want to know about the Chin God’ (Chin is one of the eight main tribes in
Myanmar). About four people came together to listen and make fun of our program with
him. After listening to Athetsaka for a time, Ko Kyi was baptized and became a member of
a local church after giving testimony of his faith in Jesus Christ.
B. Ko Pho and two other listeners were baptized and joined a local church in their
region after making professions of faith.
C. One sleepless night while tuning his radio, Min Hlaing, from the Kale area of the
northern part of Myanmar, found Athetsaka and professed Jesus as his Savior.
You may read more testimonials at www.bmalife.org
Recommendations
1. That we adopt the proposed operating budget for 2014.
2. That the 35th annual Walk for the World be held October 15, 2014 and for churches
not participating in the Walk to set aside a Lifeword Sunday in the month of October.
3. That the housing allowance be set at $2,000 per month for the executive director,
$2,000 per month for the broadcast officer, $2,000 per month for the programming director.
4. That the Lifeword executive director’s salary remain at the 2013 level of $62,552,
plus one-half of Social Security / Medicare, health & dental insurance, retirement deposit
equaling 6% of salary and a car provided.
5. That Steve Crawley stand as a nominee for Executive Director.
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2013 Financial Statement and 2014 Operating Budget
Variance
2014
Budget
2013
Actual
2013
Budget
Walk for the World
Technical Services
Foundaton
Lease Income
Other
Total Income
$875,000
250,000
40,000
52,585
25,000
1,242,585
$878,623
253,100
4,141
40,000
76,976
34,952
1,287,792
$764,000
374,165
12,000
40,000
83,576
27,500
1,301,241
$114,623
(121,065)
(7,859)
(6,600)
7,452
(13,449)
Cost of Goods Sold
6,250
8,034
22,188
(14,154)
1,236,335
1,279,759
1,279,053
706
249,411
236,678
245,876
(9,198)
7,200
165,000
16,635
21,208
23,363
14,650
42,217
13,150
14,500
10,000
330,052
24,150
40,332
340,082
1,062,540
7,973
165,000
16,434
24,013
31,119
16,807
55,032
34,667
45,569
11,742
670,084
30,565
45,524
1,154,528
7,200
165,000
20,934
24,827
36,805
12,400
84,948
13,650
34,900
12,200
676,550
33,250
45,120
1,167,784
773
(4,500)
(814)
(5,686)
4,407
(29,916)
21,017
10,669
(458)
(6,466)
(2,685)
404
(13,256)
Income/Expense
Income:
General Fund Income
Gross Proft
Direct Broadcast Expense
Indirect Broadcast Expense:
Auto Expense
Depreciaton
Insurance
Interest Expense
Maint. Serv. Agreements
Miscellaneous
Other
Professional Fees
Promoton
Repairs & Maintenance
Salaries & Benefts
Travel
Utlites
BMA Service Team Allocaton
Total Expense
'13 Act vs. '13 Bud
Net Income / Loss
(75,616)
(111,447)
(134,607)
23,160
Net Income + Depr.
89,384
53,553
30,393
23,160
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Lifeword Board of Directors Minutes
Semi-Annual Meeting
February 22, 2013
The Lifeword Board of Directors met on Friday, February 22nd at 9:00 AM with President
Arthur McMillen calling the meeting to order. Members present were Pat McNeel, John
Ben Williams, Brice Martin, Arthur McMillen, Pat Quesenbury, Tommy Wallace, Donald
Williams, Barbara Steele, Jeremy Riddle, Barry Davis, Richard White, Dennis Rankin, and
Mike Dumas. Also present were Executive Director Steve Crawley and Planned Giving
Coordinator Charles Attebery. Steve Crawley opened the board meeting with a devotional
from Ephesians 2:8 followed by prayer.
The board reviewed the minutes from the September 20, 2012 meeting. Tommy Wallace
made a motion to approve which was seconded by Richard White.
Steve Crawley discussed some personnel changes. Glenda Sellers will be assuming the
position left vacant by Robin Harmon and David Watkins will work in the area of public
relations, a role shared with BMA Missions and Lifeword. Crawley also discussed Charles
Attebery’s new part-time position where he will work as the Planned Giving Coordinator,
which is also a shared role with BMA Missions and DiscipleGuide.
Next on the agenda were reports from Lifeword’s team leaders. Broadcast team leader Rick
Russell shared about efforts to organize a Walk for the Word in the Asia Pacific region.
He also revealed a change in broadcast methods in certain areas of the world where local
churches exists. The new method would be more focused in an effort to disciple the listeners
responding to gospel. Production team leader Donny Parrish reported that they were now
providing service to Disciple Guide as well as Lifeword and BMA Missions. Current project
including a complete revamp of the websites for the three entities. He also noted that BMA
Life, an electronic news source for the entire BMA, would be unveiled at the National
Meeting.
Planned Giving Coordinator Charles Attebery discussed a partnership with Thompson
and Associates of Nashville, Tennessee. This firm will handle legal and consulting services
associated with planned giving efforts. Costs for the service are to be shared by Lifeword,
BMA Missions and DiscipleGuide. The BMA Seminary is also considering participating in
the effort. The impetus to the planned giving initiative is to bolster the financial position of
BMA departments in the future.
CPA Bo Connor provided an audit report of the financial condition of Lifeword for the
year ending 2012. Connor reported that there were no inconsistencies and everything was
in order. Brice Martin made the motion to approve the audit and Dennis Rankin seconded
the motion.
Crawley then presented to the Board a joint-recommendation that had been approved by
the BMA Missions Advisory Committee regarding the integration of the ministries of BMA
Missions and Lifeword. Richard White made a motion to approve, which was seconded by
John Ben Williams.
In other business, Crawley requested that, in addition to his normal duties, the board
also allow him to assist BMA Missions with financial leadership in the short-term until
other arrangements could be made. Richard White made a motion to approve and John
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Ben Williams seconded the motion. Brice Martin offered a motion to allow Crawley time
off in July and August to work on his Ph.D dissertation; the motion was seconded by Pat
Quesenbury. The next board meeting was set for Friday September 20, 2013.
A motion to adjourn was made by Tommy Wallace and seconded by Barry Davis. Davis
then closed the meeting in prayer.
Arthur “Flea” McMillen, Chairman
Michael Dumas, Secretary
Lifeword Board of Directors Minutes
Addendum to February 22, 2013 Meeting
April 3, 2013
The following memorandum was sent by Executive Director Steve Crawley via email on
April 3, 2013:
Since our February board meeting, the leadership of Lifeword and BMA Missions have
been working diligently to communicate our vision. We have talked with a number of
pastors, conducted informational meetings regarding the integration proposal in Texas
and Mississippi, and we are scheduled to conduct meetings in Missouri and Arkansas next
week. We have also made ourselves available to the pastors of Louisiana and Oklahoma. For
the most part, the integration proposal has been embraced and pastors are excited about
our Association entering a new chapter.
One of the recommendations that has been a minor point of contention is the idea regarding
the BMA Foundation. While no one has expressed that he is against such an idea, there has
been discussion regarding how the Foundation should be structured and governed, with
some expressing the idea that it should be an agency of the BMA. If this were to happen,
such action would require constitutional changes, which would require proper protocol—
namely, notifying the associational clerks by February 1st. In order to allow us more time
to consider the matter and perform the necessary due diligence, I’d like to suggest that the
board consider taking the recommendation related to the Foundation off the table for this
year’s national meeting and defer to 2014. This action will give us time to follow protocol
necessary for making changes to the constitution (if necessary), and, hopefully, remove a
point of contention. Given all of the other changes to be considered regarding integration,
we need to eliminate as many distractions as possible prior to going to Norman, OK.
If you are in favor of such action, please notify by responding “YES” to this email. If you
oppose such action, please notify by responding “NO” to this email. Note, this action
would only defer the one recommendation related to the Foundation (#10 in the attached
document), all other recommendations related to the integration of Lifeword and BMA
Missions would remain unchanged.
If you have questions and would like to discuss, please call me anytime.
Thanks, Steve Crawley | Executive Director
Office: 501.329.6891 x227 | Cell: 501.472.0517
Fax: 501.329.7951 | www.lifeword.org
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The following board members responded in favor of the recommendation:
1. Pat Quesenbury
2. Jeremy Riddle
3. Brice Martin
4. Arthur McMillen
5. Donald Williams
6. Dennis Rankin
7. John Williams
8. Pat McNeel
9. Tommy Wallace
10. Barbara Steele
11. Sheila Snowden
12. Jennifer Jamison
13. Mike Dumas
Arthur “Flea” McMillen, Chairman
Michael Dumas, Secretary
Lifeword Board of Directors Minutes
Meeting Date: September 20, 2013
●● Opening and General
❍❍ The Lifeword Board of Directors met on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
at Lifeword in Conway, Arkansas. President Arthur McMillen called the meeting
to order. Members present were: Tommy Wallace, Barry Davis, Pat McNeel,
Dennis Rankin, Arthur McMillen, John Ben Williams, Jeremy Riddle, Jennifer
Jameson, Barbara Steele, Donald Williams and Brice Martin. Also present was
Executive Director Steve Crawley who opened the meeting with devotion on the
Holy Spirit being the source of our direction and success.
❍❍ The new BMA of America promotional video and brochure were reviewed and
many positive comments noted. Copies were made for each board member to
take home.
❍❍ The board reviewed the minutes from the February 22, 2013 meeting and the
April 3, 2013 Meeting addendum. Minutes were approved by motion and second
and unanimous consent.
●● Team Reports
❍❍ “Vision for the Future” update by Crawley
• Discussed progression of Discipleguide decisions. Discipleguide Board
met 7/12/13 and formally recommended move from Texarkana to Conway
office. Diane Ward will head up human resource services with Glenda
Sellers assisting. Luis Ortega will head up IT Services. The I.P. phone
transition is one example of an initiative that will provide great benefits
while cutting expenses. Donny Parrish continues to do a great job with
the Production/Creative team. We are still looking for a full-time head of
the development team, but Charles Atteberry continues to work part-time
with planned giving initiatives. The BMA Seminary will join Lifeword,
Missions, and DiscipleGuide in the planned giving initiative through
Thompson and Associates. David Watkins continues to work part-time
as a field representative among BMA churches. Travis Weaver continues
to explore opportunities in the Business as Mission initiative to increase
economic sustainability of mission families.
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❍❍ Building Modifications update by Crawley
• City of Conway approval has been received.
• Delk Construction of Searcy, Arkansas was awarded the remodeling job with
a bid price of $1.4M. Work will begin 10/1/13 and they project completion
by June 6, 2014, ahead of our internal deadline of August 2014.
• There is a spirit of unity in the Lifeword and Missions “Vision for the Future”
transition.
• Future Expansion: the current addition builds in future opportunity for
other departments and agencies to utilize the facility if ever needed. There
will be 36 work stations available at the completion of the project.
❍❍ Broadcast Team Update by Rick Russell
• Russell shared more about the new standard of church planting and
developing future church leadership to be self-governing, self-supporting
and self-extending under the leadership of the Holy Spirit. The goal is for
the new churches to work towards zero dependence of western dollars to
fund work of the church.
• Reported the February 2013 Philippines trip and training has been successful
in developing leaders and is beginning to bear fruit. We are building a
“mobile” unit to keep the church leadership cycle growing. We are using
low power FM radio stations to spread the Gospel.
• While African mission’s dependence of western funding is a continuing
challenge, Russell discussed some great success in Ghana. Ten churches
agreed to start low-cost FM radio stations that can broadcast the Gospel
to the 7-10 mile diameter surrounding the church. They can work on solar
or AC power. The African churches are raising 50% of the cost for 10 and
Lifeword will be funding the other ½. This is a great start to moving towards
Spirit led self-governing, self-supporting and self-extending churches.
• O3B update: First 4 satellites put into orbit this summer. 2nd group of
4 will go into orbit in early 2014. Will be all operational by summer of
2014. This low-cost opportunity to broadcast to all smartphones in these
countries is becoming reality right now. Can see footage of the launches on
O3Bnetworks.com. Lifeword desires to utilize this to spread the gospel in
great ways.
❍❍ Production Update by Donny Parrish
• Has been a busy and rewarding year for the production team. They
have assumed all of the production responsibilities for both Lifeword
and Missions. All three departments (Lifeword, DiscipleGuide and
Missions) have new websites. They have been doing live productions and
offered streaming at the national meeting this year. We continue to add
communication enhancements through avenues like texting, social media
and webcasts. The staff has been cross-trained in many tasks and Parrish
was extremely pleased with their abilities and attitudes.
• Next step in print production will be to bring Mission: World (previously
two publications: The Gleaner and Lifewords) magazine layout, design and
production in house. This will provide an estimated $100,000 savings by
doing it in house. High printing equipment costs and the availability of very
economical printing costs will keep the actual printing outsourced. The
cost for the new magazine is $11-15 per year and will be published every
2 months.
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Studio is also getting retrofitted to do audio and video (original design was
audio only).
●● Other Business
❍❍ Crawley reviewed the 2013 Financial Statements and 2014 Preliminary Budget
with the board. He discussed the need to continue to move away from so
much dependence on the Walk for the World offerings. Expect several expense
reductions as the transition to shared infrastructure, resources and staff occur
because of the “Vision for the Future” implementation.
❍❍ Lifeword Board member changes: Mike Dumas sent word through Crawley that
he must regrettably resign because of new workload with his job. The board
discussed how he would be greatly missed. Board also voted to remove Sheila
Snowden as a trustee based on moral grounds. Both board member changes
were approved with unanimous agreement. Arthur McMillen was re-elected as
Chairman, John Ben Williams was re-elected as Vice-chairman, Brice Martin was
elected Secretary, and Pat Quesenbury was re-elected assistant secretary.
❍❍ Next Chapter for Lifeword Discussion: Crawley discussed his tenure at Lifeword
and his acceptance of the Executive Director position nearly over two years ago.
He stated his desire to serve in whatever capacity the Lord directs. He shared
that his strengths are in financial and organizational leadership versus media.
He asked the board to pray about God’s will for the future leadership of Lifeword
and the role in which God would have him serve. He has been assisting other
departments with financial matters as requested but wanted to ensure the board
was approving of such actions. A motion was made by Tommy Wallace to allow
Crawley to serve, assist and advise other entities within the BMA as needed. Don
Williams 2nd. The motion passes unanimously. Regarding future leadership
of the ministry, a suggested course of action was reviewed by the board and a
committee was elected to review and assess possible changes and bring those
findings back to the Lifeword Board. The committee consists of Jeremy Riddle,
Jennifer Jameson and Brice Martin. They are to report to the board and schedule
additional meetings as necessary prior to the next scheduled meeting date of
February 21, 2014.
❍❍ A motion to adjourn was made and seconded followed by closing prayer.
❍❍ The next meeting date was set for Friday, February 21st, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. at
Lifeword.
Arthur “Flea” McMillen, Chairman
Brice Martin, Secretary
Lifeword Board of Directors Minutes
Meeting Date: February 21, 2014
●● Opening and General
❍❍ The Lifeword Board of Directors met on Friday, February 21, 2014 at 9:00AM
at the Lifeword main office in Conway, Arkansas. President Arthur McMillen
called the meeting to order. Members present were: Tommy Wallace, Barry
Davis, Pat McNeel, Dennis Rankin, Arthur McMillen, John Ben Williams, Jeremy
Riddle, Jennifer Jameson, Barbara Steele, Donald Williams and Brice Martin.
Also present was Executive Director Steve Crawley who opened the meeting.
• Bro Steve Crawley opened with comments regarding all of the physical
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changes going on at the building are evidences of the spiritual changes as
God continues to move in many ways. Bro Steve thanked the board for
their efforts.
• John Ben Williams gave devotion through song as he sang “Walk with Me”.
❍❍ The board reviewed the minutes from the September 20, 2013 meeting. Minutes
were approved by motion and second and unanimous consent.
●● Report from Search Committee
❍❍ Search committee of Jeremy Riddle, Brice Martin and Jennifer Jameson have met
multiple times and visited with a variety of people since the time the board asked
them to evaluate possible candidates and solutions for the expected transition of
Bro Steve Crawley to the Accounting and Service Team Lead.
❍❍ Jeremy Riddle reviewed the Lifeword Executive Research Committee Report
attached to this report. The recommendation was for Bro Steve Crawley to
continue to serve as Executive Director of Lifeword for another year while the
Board seeks direction and the right man for his successor.
❍❍ Bro Steve Crawley confirmed his willingness and agreement to continue to serve
in this capacity through the coming year and through the transition
❍❍ This recommendation was approved by motion, second and unanimous consent.
●● Broadcast Team Reports
❍❍ Bro Luis Ortega presented as Bro Rick Russell was out of the office
• Native American new broadcast “Salvation for Native Americans”. This
programming will also utilize local radio stations on reservation with low
powered FM that covers 5 mile radius
• Asia Pacific growing well
• Africa continues to utilize low power FM (LPFM) as a broadcast method
as well
• Central America. The churches here have begun to take ownership of the
mission to reach new people groups and now have 3 LPFM working
• South America. Now have one LPFM station working and adding one
• Middle East. Although we had made a decision to pull some of the
broadcasting last year, Bro Costa is using LPFM in Lebanon to spread the
gospel in this area.
• Bro Rick Russell is meeting with TWR regarding reintroducing some
broadcasts as LPFM
• Bro Luis discussed “Earthbag Projects”. These consist of a studio/church/
house design that can be given to people group to facilitate the construction
of a facility. It is made of dirt and is cheap and easy to reproduce
• In 2014, Lifeword seeks to add 25-30 LPFM stations
●● Organizational Structure Update
❍❍ Bro Steve Crawley reviewed the physical progress being made on the facility and
reported that construction was on schedule for June 6th deadline. Expected
move in date of July 1st 2014 for Missions and Discipleguide if they vote to move.
Missions is paying for the remodeling (estimated 1.4M). New facility will have 36
workstations available. Missions has their existing property listed for sale at 1.8M
and hopes to secure a buyer by the time they move.
❍❍ Bro Steve Crawley reported on the results of the legal and tax counsel review
regarding the best structure of joint ownership of the newly remodeled property.
Attorney William Adkisson and CPA Bo Conner. They both recommended
the use of a limited liability company (LLC) as the legal entity for departmental
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integration. An operating agreement would need to be drafted and approved and
cost allocation would occur only after the operating agreement was in place for
the LLC. The Lifeword/ BMA Foundation Recommendation was reviewed
• This recommendation was made a motion by Dennis Rankin, Second by
Jeremy Riddle and unanimous consent was given by vote
●● Buildings and Construction
❍❍ It was agreed to have a small committee consisting of Tommy Wallace, Jeremy
Riddle, Don Williams and Barry Davis review the cost and benefits of possibly
removing the back lean-to of the white house owned on the property and leased.
If we are going to do a demolition, it would be best to do it now and tie it into
current construction and remodeling.
• This recommendation was made by motion, second and unanimous consent
❍❍ Discussion regarding the effect of the demo on the white house lease and the
possibility of an adjacent property becoming available was discussed with no
action taken
●● Financials and Budget
❍❍ Bro Steve Crawley thoroughly reviewed the 2013 Financial Statements and the
2014 Proposed Budget. The Audit is being finalized and will be sent out.
• The 2013 Financials and 2014 Budget and 2014 Lifeword Media Ministries,
Inc. 2014 Recommendations (attached) were approved by motion from
Tommy Wallace, Second by Don Williams and unanimous consent by vote
❍❍ Bro Steve reiterated the financial troubled times of the general economy effect
contributions and that Walk for the World offerings have been declining.
Discussed the need to diversify from reliance on that main fund raiser.
●● Other Business
❍❍ Lifeword/ BMA Foundation Recommendation regarding name change of the
Lifeword Foundation to the BMAA Foundation. Further recommendations were
reviewed as listed in attached recommendation
• This was approved by motion, second and unanimous consent
❍❍ Lifeword Board member nominees were discussed. Sonny Foster has been on
the board before and is being recommended to return to replace Sheila Snowden.
Bryan Atwood from Mississippi is being nominated to replace Mike Dumas. Pat
McNeel, Tommy Wallace and Donald Williams were nominated for re-election.
❍❍ A motion to adjourn was made and seconded. We closed in prayer.
❍❍ Next meeting date was determined to be Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 9AM at
Lifeword conference room
Arthur “Flea” McMillen, Chairman
Brice Martin, Secretary
Attended via phone by:
• Arthur McMillen
• Jennifer Jameson
• Barbara Steele
• Pat McNeil
Lifeword Board of Directors Minutes
Meeting Date: March 21, 2014
Conference Call
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• John Ben Williams
• Donald Williams
• Tommy Wallace
• Brice Martin
• Jeremy Riddle
• Barry Davis
Opening and General
• Bro Steve Crawley facilitated the call
Construction Update/ Action Needed
• Sub-Committee of Jeremy Riddle, Tommy Wallace, Barry Davis, and Donald Williams
had met previously via teleconference on Monday, March 17, 2014 to discuss the
proposal of removing the “lean to” section of the white house. They voted unanimously
to present the recommendation to the board.
• Sub-Committee recommendations were given by Jeremey Riddle. They have reviewed
the positive and negatives of the possible removal of the south addition at old
Lifeword building/white house that currently is leased. It is the recommendation of
the committee that the removal of the south “lean to” addition to the house be done
while the new construction is underway at the new building. It would be a removal of
approximately 700 S.F at a cost of 15,000
❍❍ Some discussion occurred regarding the expected drop in rents from the removal
of approximately 200-250/month
❍❍ Motion made by Brice Martin and second by John Ben Williams and unanimous
vote to move ahead with the demo as recommended by subcommittee
Discipleguide Discussion
• Bro Steve Crawley took the opportunity to inform the Lifeword Board of Directors
that Discipleguide’s situation continued to be financially strained and that it appeared
that they would not be in a financial position to partner on the building and expenses
as originally planned. Bro Steve Crawley asked the board to pray for Discipleguide as
they continued to make more changes that would include possible layoffs and budget
changes.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Ministers Resource Services Agency
Executive Director
Ron Chesser
P.O. Box 2866
Texarkana, AR 75504
870-774-2654
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ANNUAL REPORT
MINISTERS RESOURCE SERVICES
RETIREMENT AGENCY OF THE BMA OF AMERICA
RON CHESSER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
BMA RETIREMENT AVERAGES 8.03% FOR 11 YEARS
It is with a thankful heart that I share with you, the messengers of the BMA of America, my
fifteenth annual report as Executive Director of Ministers Resource Services. First, I want to
give thanks to God for the growth we experienced this past year. Each pastor, church staff
or employee of the BMA who had their retirement funds in the BMA Long Term Growth
portfolio had a growth of 12.60% posted to their account during the year 2013, which gives
us an average growth of 8.03% each year for the past eleven years. In the past eleven years
we have posted a total of 88.37% to each LT Growth account. Our money management
team, Manning and Napier, continues to outperform the Dow and S&P 500 with their Long
Term Growth portfolio returns.
During the past year we received from participants each month an average of $113,763.78
for deposit into their BMA Retirement accounts at Ministers Resource Services, a daily
average of $3,740.18. The 2013 yearly total we received for deposit into retirement accounts
for pastors, church staff and employees of the BMA was $1,365,165.36, with last year’s total
portfolio growth being $481,882.46. As of December 31, 2013 there was a grand total of
$14,756,157.83 on deposit in retirement funds at Ministers Resource Services, a growth in
assets of $10,874,090.96 over the past eleven years. These numbers represent people. These
people are pastors, church staff and employees of the BMA who are diligently preparing for
retirement hand in hand with the churches and entities of our association.
The BMA Ministers Retirement Plan is approved by the Internal Revenue Service for taxdeferred income from the churches, departments and agencies of the BMA of America.
As a participant in the BMA Ministers Retirement, a pastor, church staff or employee
of the BMA may tax-defer up to 100% of their annual salary and compensation not to
exceed $52,000 dollars each year. Manning and Napier Advisory Advantage Corporation
of Rochester, NY professionally manage the BMA Retirement portfolio through our broker
Fawcett and Company Investment Strategies. Manning and Napier have reached 30 billion
in assets under management. They have had the same investment strategies intact with
their Long Term Growth portfolio for over forty-five years. Enrollment in the Ministers
Retirement Plan continues to grow at a consistent pace. During the past year 2013 there
were 21 new BMA Retirement accounts opened at Ministers Resource Services. Truly our
churches and pastors are catching the vision for retirement.
SERVING THE SERVANTS OF GOD
No matter what ministry we are involved in we are challenged daily to make disciples of
all nations. We who name the name of Jesus must remember it is all about living up to His
call on our lives as we make a renewed firm commitment in seeing that others learn the
disciplines of being a true follower of Jesus! The BMA of America as an association must
hasten in carrying out the great commission for the cause of Christ; therefore, let’s pursue
with diligence every God given opportunity for ministry.
Ministers Resource Services is only one part of the whole in the ministry of the BMA of
America. Our ministry is unique to any other in our association. We are not planting
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churches, broadcasting the gospel, training individuals for ministry or sharing the Word
through printed page, but we are serving those who minister in every department, agency
and church. We serve those who serve others; indeed, our slogan is true, “We Serve the
Servants of God.” Our Missions Statement is to provide retirement, benevolent, and
financial services to the pastors, churches and entities of the Baptist Missionary Association
of America. Our mission is clear; therefore we are committed more than ever before about
the opportunities God will continue to give us in serving others with their retirement and
financial needs.
The various ministries and programs of Ministers Resource Services confirm our purpose
in the BMA of America. Working hand in hand with the BMA Ministers Retirement Plan is
the Ministers Benevolent Society and Auxiliary. The Benevolent Society operates as a death
benefit fund that is payable upon death to the survivors of enrolled ministers and wives by
a voluntary contribution of $10.00 per member. During the past year there were 22 deaths
in the Benevolent Society resulting in a total death benefit of $60,600.00 that was paid to
the families of the deceased. During the past year there were 7 new members added to the
Ministers Benevolent Society and Auxiliary. Since its inception the Benevolent Society has
paid a total of $1,594,927.00 to the families of deceased members.
F.A.M.E. (Funds to Alleviate Ministers Emergencies) helps those ministers who have
urgent financial needs. Contributions to this fund are received from individuals, groups
and churches wishing to be of help to those ministers suffering an extreme financial crisis.
Contributions to F.A.M.E. during the year 2013 totaled $4,161.91.
Churches in selected states, as well as departments and agencies, are able to purchase
Property and Casualty Insurance through the partnership plan between Ministers Resource
Services and Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. During the past year Brotherhood
Mutual insured approximately 230 BMA churches and entities in 6 states through the
partnership plan with Ministers Resource Services.
HEARTFELT GRATITUDE
A sincere word of appreciation is expressed to our Board of Trustees: Eddie Ballard, Eddie
Booth, Norman Crass, Ray Holland, Ron Ledford, Kenneth Lott, David Pickard and Ed
Ridge for their dedication and faithfulness. Their expertise in the financial arena is a must
to the ministry of Ministers Resource Services. I am extremely thankful that these men all
share with me the same passion, helping pastors and church staff plan for retirement.
This year our prayers and sympathy go to Ms. Janie Burnett upon the loss of her husband,
Bro. Randy Burnett, one of our board members. Bro. Burnett was a faithful, devoted
board member of MRS, in fact he was on the board of trustees in 1999 when I accepted
the position as director. Our prayer is that God will continue to give his wife and family
strength and grace in the days ahead.
Words are inadequate in expressing personal thanks to my Administrative Assistants,
Sharon Daniels and Alice Griffin. The work of Ministers Resource Services would not be
what it is today without their faithfulness to this ministry. Together they have over 50 years
of service. For Alice and Sharon it is not just a job, it is a calling. Without these ladies it
would be impossible for me to do the work of MRS.
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Loving appreciation is also expressed to my wife, Gloria. Without her support and prayers
it would be difficult for me to serve as Executive Director of Ministers Resource Services.
My heart is extremely thankful to our Lord for allowing Ministers Resource Services to
operate with great “financial freedom” over the past fourteen years. To God be the glory!
If your church is supporting this ministry, we express our sincere appreciation. If your
church is not supporting Ministers Resource Services, we ask you to give prayerful
consideration to the financial support of this ministry. May God bless you for what you are
able to do for MRS.
My gratitude is expressed to all those pastors, churches and associations, in 15 states, who
over the past fourteen plus years have allowed me to share my vision of enrolling every
pastor in the BMA Ministers Retirement Plan. During the past year it was my joy to travel
across five states sharing the ministries of MRS with our churches and associations. Pastors,
my thanks to you for allowing me to fulfill the call that God has placed upon my life.
LOOKING AHEAD
Ministers Resource Services exists to help God’s servants make financial preparation for the
future. The picture of the ant in Proverbs storing away food for a later season is a wonderful
Biblical principle of preparing for the future. Our ministry is helping pastors, church staff
and employees of the BMA make the right choice in preparing financially for retirement.
Someone said recently regarding retirement, we must learn to work longer, spend less, and
save more. I believe this applies to everyone including preachers. It is a fact that most
people usually spend all they earn. The truth is most folks don’t make any effort to save
money for a later time in life. The priority of Ministers Resource Services is to encourage
every pastor and church staff to look ahead and prepare financially for the future by having
a BMA Retirement account.
God has not only called me to help our pastors plan for retirement but also to educate our
churches that they need to be a part of that process. My goal is to see every church in the
BMAA enrolling her pastor and church staff in the BMA Retirement Plan at MRS. My prayer
is to see every pastor, no matter what age, saving money for retirement through Ministers
Resource Services, the retirement agency of the BMA of America. Along with the pastor’s
participation, I believe the church he serves should also have a part in his retirement. Just as
most businesses provide retirement for their employees, I believe churches should provide
retirement benefits for the man who preaches the Word and ministers among people.
You may contact Ministers Resource Services, the retirement agency of the BMA of
America, at P. O. Box 2866, Texarkana, AR 75504, by phone at 870-774-2654 or email
Executive Director, Ron Chesser, at [email protected] to request a retirement packet
or to open an account.
MINISTERS RESOURCE SERVICES
RECOMMENDATIONS
1. That Ron Chesser stand as nominee for Executive Director of Ministers Resource Services.
2. That $18,000.00 of the Executive Director’s salary be designated as housing allowance.
3. That the budget of $252,034.08 be approved.
4. That a moment of silence be observed and a special prayer be offered for the families and
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churches of the 22 members of the Ministers Benevolent Society and Auxiliary who passed
away during 2013.
5. We urge each church to enroll her pastor and church staff in the BMA Retirement Plan
at Ministers Resource Services.
6. We urge our pastors, their wives and each local church to enroll in the Ministers
Benevolent Society and Auxiliary.
7. We urge each church to include Ministers Resource Services in her monthly budgeted
offerings to the various departments of the BMA of America and that each church also
receive a special offering on Sunday, October 26, 2014 for Ministers Resource Services as
we celebrate Pastor Appreciation month throughout the BMAA.
8. We urge continued prayer for the Executive Director, Board of Trustees and Office Staff
of Ministers Resource Services.
MINISTERS RESOURCE SERVICES
2014 BUDGET
INCOME:
2014 Proposed
Contributions 40,000.00
Investments217,000.00
TOTAL INCOME
257,000.00
EXPENSE:
2014 Proposed
Administrative177,234.08
Operational74,800.00
TOTAL EXPENSES
252,034.08
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BOARD OF TRUSTEE’S MINUTES – FEBRUARY 27, 2014
The trustees of Ministers Resource Services met at the agency facilities in Texarkana,
Arkansas at 9:00 A.M. on February 27, 2014 to conduct business. Trustees present were
Kenneth Lott, Chairman; Norman Crass, Vice Chairman; Eddie Booth, Secretary; Eddie
Ballard, Asst. Secretary; Ray Holland, David Pickard and Ed Ridge. Absent was trustee
Ron Ledford.
The meeting was opened with a devotional by Chairman Kenneth Lott and prayer. New
board members Ed Ridge, David Pickard and Norman Crass (re-elected) were introduced
and welcomed to the board. Each board member shared personal and ministry information.
Election of Officers was held. Eddie Ballard made a motion with second by Ed Ridge to
re-elect the following current officers:
Kenneth Lott, Chairman
Norman Crass, Vice Chairman
Eddie Booth, Secretary
Eddie Ballard, Asst. Secretary
The motion carried unanimously.
Director Ron Chesser gave his very encouraging annual report. He reported that the
total retirement portfolio as of December 31, 2013 was $14,756,157.83, a growth of
$10,874,090.96 over the past eleven years. The Long Term Growth portfolio had a growth
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of 12.60% posted during the year 2013 which reflects an average growth of 8.03% each year
for the past eleven years.
Mr. David Moore, our CPA, from WILF & HENDERSON was present to share the 2013
audit report. A motion was made by Norman Crass and second by Eddie Booth to transfer
$15,544.00 from the general fund to cover the difference in fixed income interest payments.
Motion carried.
A motion was made by David Pickard and second by Ed Ridge to approve the director’s
annual report, recommendations and 2014 budget. Motion carried.
Mr. Bunn Fawcett, our broker, and Mr. Greg Tedon from our investment firm, Manning and
Napier, met with us to share information and answer questions about our investments. We
also engaged Mr. Jeff Coons from Manning and Napier in a conference call to talk about the
present and future outlook for the financial markets.
At the advice of Mr. David Moore, our CPA, a motion was made by Eddie Booth and second
by Eddie Ballard to “close our conservative growth portfolio to new participants and to
close all transfers from long term growth to conservative growth.” Motion carried.
Bro. Chesser announced that Ms. Jane Hoy has been employed on a part-time basis to begin
work in July. She will work on getting all MRS records updated on electronic media.
A motion was made by Eddie Ballard and second by Ed Ridge to designate $ 18,000.00 of
the director’s salary as housing allowance for IRS purposes. Motion carried.
Chairman Lott appointed Ed Ridge to bring the devotional at our 2015 meeting.
A very peaceful, productive and informative meeting was adjourned in prayer by David
Pickard.
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Eddie Booth, Secretary
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Mark Jones
662-231-1435
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BMA of America Brotherhood Meeting
April 29, 2014
Statehouse Convention Center, Little Rock, AR
Prayer and welcome was given by Collin Jones, president.
Matt Hudson led in the singing of “Majesty.”
Mark Jones (third vice president) introduced Van Widger (first vice president) for
scripture reading from Job 28:20-28 and comments.
Matt Hudson led in the singing of “Just Over in the Gloryland.”
The treasurer’s report and minutes were approved.
Officers were elected for 2014-2015 as follows:
President: Mark Jones
First vice president: Van Widger
Second vice president: Josh Awtrey
Third vice president: Collin Jones
Song leader: Matt Hudson
Assistant song leader: Bill Thornton
Editor/promoter: Pat Spriggs
Secretary/treasurer: Robert Bynum
Assistant Secretary/treasurer: Roy Caldwell
Galilean Director: Kenneth Colvert
Assistant Galilean Director: Dan Williams
The project elected for the coming year is
65%: Bolivian “River of Blessing”
25%: National Galileans
10%: Brotherhood general fund
Approved continuing the Arthur Smith Memorial Scholarship fund for the Senior Mr.
Galilean to attend a BMA-sponsored school and set up in a revolving load fund account to
accrue interest.
The Galilean report was presented by Kenneth Covert and Dan Williams. The national
Galilean camp will be June 10-13, 2014, at Daniel Springs Baptist Camp, Gary, TX. Tyler
Sellers, the Jr. Mr. Galilean, spoke to the Brotherhood and agave an inspiring challenge to
support our young people. The Galilean report was approved.
Matt Hudson sand a special, “I Do Believe.”
Our speaker was Brother David Watkins, of church relations, whose message was from
John 16:16-33 and entitled “A Little While.”
An offering was received of $407.00. Mark Jones, president elected for the coming year,
closed the meeting and closing prayer was given by Roger Jefcoat.
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National Brotherhood Officers 2014-2015
President
Mark Jones
5 Denton Road
Mantachie, MS 38855-7567
662-231-1435
[email protected]
First Vice-President
Van Widger
P.O. Box 670
Jacksonville, TX 75766-0670
903-586-2501
[email protected]
Second Vice-President
Josh Awtrey
P.O. Box 515
Fulton, MS 38843-0515
662-706-2188
Third Vice-President
Collin Jones
870-838-9035
[email protected]
Secretary/Treasurer
Robert Bynum
43 Bear Pen Creek Road
Laurel, MS 39440-8104
601-428-1901
[email protected]
Asst. Secretary/Treasurer
Roy D. Caldwell
166 Twin Creek Road
Lucedale, MS 39452-2800
601-947-6011
[email protected]
Worship Leader
Matt Hudson
1530 Loden Road
Fulton, MS 38843-8819
662-862-2510
[email protected]
Assistant Worship Leader
Bill Thornton
706 E. 53rd Place
North Little Rock, AR 72116
501-771-7570
[email protected]
Project Promoter
Pat Spriggs
16827 Springclub Dr.
Hensley, AR 72065
501-888-7366
[email protected]
National Galilean Director
Kenneth Colvert
2326 Skye Road
Fort Smith, AR 72908-9167
479-649-6122
[email protected]
Asst. National Galilean Director
Dan Williams
619 Mitchell St.
Conway, AR 72032-5110
501-327-3269
[email protected]
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Women’s Missonary Auxiliary
President
Carolyn Colvert
2326 Skye Road
Fort Smith, AR 72908
479-649-6122
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Women’s Missionary Auxiliary Meeting
Little Rock, AR
April 29, 2014
The national WMA convened at the Civic Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. The
president, Carolyn Colvert, was in charge.
The opening song, “To God Be the Glory,” was led by Lisa Hudson with Jerene Reddin
at the piano.
Prayer was by Rachel Fry. The president asked Rachel to ask blessings on the people
who lost loved ones in the tornados and to remember the Franks in Ukraine and the
meeting today.
A welcome was given by Pat Duncan, the Arkansas State WMA president.
The missionaries and wives were recognized. Dr. John Ladd, Dr. Ralph Izard, and
Brother Charles Costa were present. There were three missionary wives present. They were
Shirley Ladd, Celia Broom (Ghana), and Ruth Poirier (Canada).
Brother Charles Costa gave a report on the 2013-2014 project “I Am a Woman” and
expressed appreciation for the contributions.
Special music was presented by Jerene Reddin, second vice president. She sang “God’s
Been Good.”
The WMA motto was read by all ladies.
Second vice president Jerene Reddin introduced the program and the guest speaker,
Shirley Ladd. She showed a video of the Ladd’s work in Nicaragua and Mexico. They have
been missionaries for forty years. The program was a question-and-answer session. The
questions asked to Shirley were:
1. Tell your salvation story.
2. How did you get from Texas to Nicaragua?
3. Jerene introduced Brother John Ladd, and he told about his calling to be a missionary.
4. What was it like to raise your children in a foreign country?
5. Why did you have situations where people had to live with you?
Any special ladies you want to mention as a special blessing and help to you on the
mission field. Shirley especially gave credit to her mother, Mrs. Juanita Dyer.
Jerene Reddin read Exodus 17. Jerene asked Shirley to talk a little about the Asian
Women’s Ministry. Shirley had been the keynote speaker and her topic was “Flying Again.”
She used scriptures from Corinthians and Philippians. Jerene asked Shirley what we
can do to help the missionaries. Shirley said prayer is the main thing. Find out what the
missionaries need and follow up on it. Missionaries’ service is not a sacrifice but a blessing.
Accept the missionary for who he or she is.
Carolyn Colvert said that Jackie Ricks had the book available which she wrote about
the Ladds.
Valerie Fish said that she had some specific mission needs and asked for volunteers to
help.
After the break Lisa Hudson led us in “Through It All” and “’Tis So Sweet to Trust in
Jesus.”
Beth Caldwell introduced Carley Crisp, national Miss GMA and Elizabeth Ricks,
national Junior Miss GMA. Elizabeth would have the closing prayer. Carley said in her
devotional that we could spread our story and that we could spread hope. She
used Ephesians 3:20. “Now Unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all
that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.” God can do exceeding
abundantly more for us. She suggested that we let God close and open doors.
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There were several door prizes given.
At the sound of the gavel Carolyn declared the floor open for business. She asked us to
give Jayna Williams a hand of appreciation for doing the video of the Ladd’s work.
Robin Clark gave the GMA report. She introduced Mandy Townsend, Beth Caldwell,
Jayna Williams, and Sherry Laminack. The theme for the national GMA camp is “Trust
in Jesus — Walk By Faith,” and the date is June 17-20. The theme verse is Proverbs 3:5-6.
Brother Scott Attebery will be camp pastor.
The 2014 committees were read. They were: Registration — Anna Halbrook, Pat
Duncan, Debbie Aldridge, Linda Allen, Ann Reynolds, Sherry Laminack and Regina
Goodman; Finance — Anita Leslie, Linda Strickland and Treva Lovvorn;
Resolutions — Jodi Rhea and Debbie Clark; Petitionary Letters — Peggy Ashcraft and
Brenda Hornaday.
There were no petitionary letters.
Alice Smith requested prayer for the All Nations Baptist Church in Albuquerque, New
Mexico, that their WMA might join the national WMA.
The registration report was given. There were 108 messengers, 38 visitors, total present
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The President’s Award was presented. First of Springhill, Louisiana gave the most
money toward the project, $6636.00
Valeria Fish gave certificates to 4 churches giving $1000.00 or more.
Valeria Fish gave the project nominations. They were: (1) Sticky Rice and Amoeba’s
— BMMI Project in Laos 2014; (2) Discipleship Training in East Africa — Barnabas Touch
Ministries; (3) Asia Pacific Women’s Conference — Missions Office.
Dr. John Ladd talked about the Sticky Rice and Amoeba’s BMMI Project. It is a
nutrition program to help the children.
Brother Mike Goodwin spoke on the project of Discipleship Training in East Africa,
and Sarah Hamilton spoke on the Asia/Pacific Women’s Conference. Valeria Fish prayed
that God’s will be done as we vote. The Sticky Rice and Amoeba’s BMMI project was
selected.
Janet Widger passed out the Standard of Excellence Certificates.
The elections of officers was next. Janet Widger presented the nominees: President,
Janet Widger
First Vice President, Ruby Poteet
Second Vice President, Jodi Rhea
Third Vice President, Charlotte Johnson
Corresponding Secretary, Pat Duncan (term ending in 2020)
Assistant Corresponding Secretary, Glenda Tipton (term ending in 2020)
Recording Secretary, Ann Pugh (term ending in 2018)
Assistant Recording Secretary, Linda Dertinger (term ending in 2019)
Editor, Jackie Ricks (term ending in 2015)
Reporter, Norma Womble (term ending in 2016)
Historian, Bonnie Brown (term ending in 2015)
Director of Youth Auxiliaries, Mandi Townsend (term ending in 2019)
Assistant Director of Youth Auxiliaries, Laurie Hicks (term ending in 2019)
GMA/YLA Promoter, Jayna Williams (term ending in 2016)
Assistant GMA/YLA Promoter, Beth Caldwell (term ending in 2016)
Sunbeam Promoter, Sherry Laminack (term ending in 2018)
Assistant Sunbeam Promoter, Sandra Kizer (term ending in 2019)
Song Leader, Lisa Hudson (term ending in 2015)
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Pianist, Sabrina Clayton (term ending in 2017)
Project Promotion: Valarie Fish (term ending in 2015) Alice Smith (term ending in
2016), Carolyn Colvert (term ending in 2017)
Salary and Expense: Bettye Wilson (term ending in 2015), Bea Evans (term ending in
2016), Ladonna Baker (term ending in 2017)
Study Book: Val Blackmore (term ending in 2015), Linda Norvell (term ending in
2016), Connie Reifsteck (term ending in 2017)
Advisory Council: Brother Claude Evans, Brother Don Brown, Brother David Kizer
Appointed by President — Web Master, Alice Dixon; Media Editor, Norma Womble.
The President asked if there were any nominations from the floor, there being none,
the nominees were elected.
Motion was made and seconded to accept the officers reports as printed. Motion
carried.
Ruby Poteet gave the report on the Study Book Committee.
Jessica Haden gave the Officers Recommendations.
Be it resolved that:
(1) We hereby authorize Pat Duncan, Corresponding Secretary and Financial officer
of the Women’s Missionary Auxiliary of the Baptist Missionary Association of America,
Janet Widger, and Bettye White Wilson, to act in our behalf relating to the Westbrook
Endowment account with Austin Bank, Texas, J. A. 3400 West Marshall Avenue, Longview,
Texas 75604, including signing, activation/deactivation of all services relating to that
account. We instruct one or all of the above mentioned persons, request that the amount
of interest that has accrued since July 2012, and future interest (as it accrues) be paid to the
Women’s Missionary Auxiliary of the BMAA, General Fund.
(2) That we present the project nominations, but limit to one project.
(3) That a certificate be given to the church giving the most to the project and to the
churches that give over $500.00.
(4) That the Study Book Committee consider putting lessons on the Web page.
(5) That the president determine the number of minute books to print and compile
material to be printed in each book.
(6) That the offering taken in the national meeting be given to the 2013/2014 project.
Motion made and seconded that the recommendations be approved. Motion was
made, seconded, and carried.
Pat Duncan gave the Financial Report. Motion made and seconded to accept the
report. Motion carried.
The Resolutions Committee presented the Resolutions. They were as follows:
WMA RESOLUTIONS FOR 2014
Whereas, we live in a society that is moving further and further away from the concepts of
God and His Word, we shall resolve to:
(1) be more committed to our own personal study of God’s Word, spending time in
prayer and preparing ourselves to be better fit for His service;
(2) be available and willing to work and serve in each of our own local churches and
strive to help make a difference in our communities;
(3) be faithful and supportive in our state associational work;
(4) join together nationally, with urgency, as we realize the soon return of our Savior,
to help the Baptist Missionary Association of America keep the Great Commission and
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carry the gospel to the world.
Motion was made and seconded to accept the report. Motion carried.
Final financial report was: $565.00 for project; $873.00 plate offering;
total for project: $37,592.90.
A rising vote of appreciation was given to the Arkansas ladies who hosted this meeting.
Business closed at the sound of the gavel.
A plaque was presented by first vice president, Janet Widger, to the president, Carolyn
Colvert, for her years of service.
Jerene Reddin did the installation of officers. Dr. John Ladd led in a prayer of
dedication.
The gavel was presented to Janet Widger, incoming president.
Elizabeth Ricks led the closing prayer.
Recording Secretaries:
Ann Pugh
Jessica Haden
2013 Officers’ Reports
President
Thank you for the opportunity of serving as president. It has been a blessing and a
major learning experience. I feel so inadequate but both your prayer support and your
emotional support have been invaluable. Keep up the good work!
GMA ladies, you are to be commended for working tirelessly updating and revamping
the GMA materials. This project has been in the works for the past two or three years.
Our theme this year is “Flying Again: Soaring Beyond the Storms.” I shared with you
last year that I had experienced a couple of storms in my personal life: pneumonia and
shoulder surgery. God has allowed complete healing and I’m personally flying again! To
God be the glory! Many of our missionaries are facing challenges that don’t heal so rapidly
and may be life threatening. Keep them in your prayers.
My goal was to attend several state meetings this year, but unfortunately that didn’t
happen. I was scheduled to speak at the Missouri meeting, but due to a set-back in the
recovery process with my shoulder, the doctor wouldn’t release me to drive, thus I had to
cancel the trip. That was a major disappointment, but I accept by faith that was God’s plan.
It is my prayer that WMA will grow and continue to exist to edify the local church in
her mission work and to reach the lost for Christ. May we continue to reach out in service,
in benevolence, in witnessing, in prayer, and in mission support.
— Carolyn Colvert
First Vice President
Last year when I wrote my report, I told myself that I would do better
this year in this office. Well, I do not feel that I did it justice again.
Having said that, this office is very important to the overall health of the WMA of the
BMA of America. Most people associate the first vice president as the person waiting
in the wings to just jump in and take over for the president. While that is partially true,
the first vice president has a much more serious role. She is to faithfully pray for the
president and be available at all times for the president to consult with. She is to encourage
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She is to promote our own accountability through the Standard of Excellence and then
recognize the auxiliaries that reach the Standard of Excellence at the annual meeting. She
is to chair the Growth and Development Committee when active. She is to chair the
nominating committee each year. She is to lead out in encouraging prayer amongst our
ladies. She is to lead out in pastor and deacon appreciation. While the person in this
office can be busy, through the use of technology, the first vice president can do a lot
behind the scenes. I am sure that many of you would be able to serve in this position.
Over the past year, I did encourage our ladies to pray using our website page. I want
to thank our web master Alice Dixon in guiding me through this and keeping our website
“legal.” I also wrote an article for publication in our papers encouraging others to “Join
Our Choir” as part of enlistment. I know it was published in the Missouri paper, I do
not know about the others. I also had the privilege to speak at the Cane Creek District
WMA, Poplar Bluff, MO, as well as at a joint meeting of the WMA ladies from our two
churches in Springfield, MO. In preparation for the 2015 BMA of America being held in
Springfield, MO, our state WMA already has a host committee in place to prepare for that
meeting. I am serving on that committee with other ladies and it has been fun working
with them and we are all excited about the meeting next year.
Thank you for allowing me to serve in this capacity. Praying for a great revival in the
WMA in 2014-2015.
— Janet Widger
Second Vice President
Most of the time, we see missionaries from afar. Even when they are in the same room
with us, they are on stage — speaking, and we are several rows back — listening.
It is rare to have a personal, face-to-face conversation with them, since they are usually
surrounded by friends and official business.
Not this time! We will meet and talk one-on-one with Shirley Ladd, long-time
missionary to Mexico. I will sit down with Shirley and will interview her about her mission
work, her life, and her spiritual journey.
Shirley is married to Dr. John Ladd and is mother of three children: Melanie, Tim,
and Steven, all of Tyler, TX. Shirley served alongside her husband for over 40 years in
Nicaragua and Mexico, serving for years in the Good Samaritan Clinic in Aquismon,
Mexico. The Ladds have transitioned to Tyler, TX, while Dr. Ladd serves as the associate
director of BMMI (Baptist Medical Missions International). They continue to make trips
back to Mexico, along with travels in Europe, Asia, South and Central America, and Africa.
When Shirley is at home in Tyler, she enjoys reading, SUDOKU, cooking, going to garage
sales, and especially being a part of her grandchildren’s lives.
Shirley was the keynote speaker for the recent Asia-Pacific Women’s Conference in
Manila, Philippines. The theme was “Flying Again,” and Shirley’s lessons focused on
dealing with difficult life circumstances and learning to move forward, or “fly again.”
Shirley will share her experiences from this conference during our interview.
We are also planning an audience question-and-answer session, if time permits.
You will enjoy Shirley. She is a lovely, engaging lady with deep spiritual roots, a role
model for all of us. She will inspire you and encourage you, too, to “fly again.”
— Jerene Reddin Editor
Thank you for allowing me to serve this year as your national editor. I have enjoyed
my contacts with various missionaries and the blessings I received learning more about
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their work. I hope you have enjoyed reading about our BMAA worldwide missions in the
different state papers as the editors were able to work the articles in. I would like to thank
those men and women who found the space in the publications in order to let the members
of our churches know what’s happening across the world in our mission work. Also thanks
to the missionaries themselves who found the time to respond to me personally with their
information. I know that others probably would have enjoyed corresponding, but they
simply did not have time with their mission work and home life.
Although the articles may be interesting to read, the purpose is not simply to entertain
or inform us. The purpose is to challenge us to be more involved in missions. Whether it’s
more time dedicated to praying for the missionaries, more money donated to support the
mission work, more decisions made to go on mission trips, or more lives given to become
full-time missionaries, I hope that someone somewhere has been motivated to be more
mission minded by at least one of the articles throughout this past year.
Thanks again for allowing me to serve in this capacity.
— Jackie Ricks
Historian
I want to thank the WMA of the Baptist Missionary Association of America for electing
me as your historian at our 2013 meeting. Mrs. Chris Smith served many years in this
position and did a great job because of her love for who we are and when we began. I have
“big shoes” to fill.
In reading Dr. John Duggar’s book on the BMA of America’s history I discovered when
our national WMA was organized. I was surprised to learn the when and where of our
beginning. If you do not know our history I challenge you to read Dr. Duggar’s book and
discover our roots. Who we are tomorrow is determined by what we do today. Let us make history that will
please the Lord as He leads us to continue working in His vineyard. May our Lord continue
to bless our national, state, and local auxiliaries?
— Bonnie Brown
Director of Youth Auxiliaries
“Trust in Jesus: Walk by Faith” is the theme for GMA Retreat 2014 based on Proverbs
3:5-6. Daily themes will emphasize giving God all the glory as we walk with Him. As
Christians, we must let Him lead us in choosing to take the right path. Our theme song is
“Walk by Faith” by Jeremy Camp. The lyrics are powerful as they teach us to walk by faith
even when we cannot see where God is leading. Through His grace, His hand will guide
our every way.
Around 317 campers attended a wonderful national GMA Retreat in 2013. Our
theme was “We are the Light of the World” from Matthew 5:14-16. Our camp pastor and
missionary was Brother Wade Allen, missionary to the Philippines. His wife, Joanna, and
daughter, Carly, were able to join us as well! The year was dedicated to Mrs. Rovenia
Hunnell who faithfully served in the GMA work in Mississippi and on the national level for
many years. Girls serving as national GMA officers for the 2013 retreat were: president:
Addie Bender, AR; first vice president: Emily Luck, AR; second vice president and Miss
GMA: Katy Hicks, AR; recording secretary: Makaye Key, TX; song leader and Alt. Miss
GMA: Olivia Fairley, MS; pianist: Kaylen Fagala, AR; historian: Hayley Maynard, TX;
corresponding secretary: Amanda Hall, AR; Jr. Miss GMA: Megan Gunnels, AR; and
Alternate Jr. Miss GMA: Kailee Martin, MS. The project was 90% Laura Kanaykina,
Ukraine, and 10% national GMA general fund. Over $16,000 was raised for our project!
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National GMA Retreat 2014 will be held June 17-20 at Daniel Springs Encampment in
Gary, TX. The theme is “Trust in Jesus: Walk by Faith,” and the theme verses are Proverbs
3:5-6. Our project is 90% DiscipleGuide ESL Project, and 10% GMA general fund. The
officers have set a goal of raising $25,000 for this project! Our camp pastor will be Brother
Scott Attebery, executive director of DiscipleGuide. For more information about retreat,
visit the national GMA website: www.nationalgmaofbmaa.net
It has been an honor and such a blessing to serve as national director of youth auxiliaries
for the past 5 years. God made a special place in my heart for our GMA work many years
ago and He has allowed me to both be a GMA and to serve in GMA for many years.
Please pray diligently for GMA Retreat 2014!
— Robin Clark
GMA Promoter
This has been an exciting year for the national GMA. We had an awesome retreat
this past June and looking forward to another great time at retreat this year. It has been a
blessing to meet and get to know some of these outstanding young ladies that represent the GMA program at a national level, as well as the adult leaders serving. This year Carley Crisp of Waldo, Arkansas, is representing the national GMA as Miss GMA. Paige Williams of Perkinston, Mississippi, is the alternate Miss GMA. Elizabeth
Ricks of Mineola, Texas, is the Jr. Miss GMA, and Kamryn Lee of Taylor, Arkansas, is the
alternate Jr. Miss GMA. Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas were represented in the national
GMA program. Each of these young ladies have been such a blessing to the program,
please keep them in your prayers that they continue to stay strong in the Lord.
— Jayna Williams
Assistant GMA Promoter
It has been a busy year for the youth workers. We have had two planning meetings to
prepare for the 2014 GMA Retreat. Mrs. Peggy Lee has graciously hosted us in her home
in Magnolia, AR. It is a seven-hour drive for me, but it has always been worth the drive.
I have had the privilege to work with wonderful ladies that truly have a heart for GMA.
Please pray for us as we strive to do God’s will through the Girls Missionary Auxiliary.
Thank you for allowing me to serve as your assistant GMA promoter.
— Beth Caldwell
Sunbeam Promoter
Thank you for the opportunity to serve the Lord as national Sunbeam promoter.
Children are a blessing from the Lord that we must not take lightly. We must be good
stewards of these precious gifts from God. Jesus said, “Suffer the little children to come
unto me, and forbid them not; for such is the kingdom of God.”
The theme for SEP Week was “Round Up The Sunbeams” during the week of September
22-28, 2013. I mailed letters to 118 churches listed in the Baptist News Service book that
were listed as having Sunbeams. I also sent an article to each state paper promoting SEP
Week and our project.
Thank you to the Washington County District WMA in Missouri for inviting me
to present the Sunbeam work at their March 8 meeting. I enjoy trying to promote the
Sunbeam study plan and encourage the Sunbeam teachers.
Our national project is shepherd bags. Ten dollars will pay for one bag. According to
Evangelistic International Ministries (EIM), a salvation message is always preached before
handing out Shepherd Bags and all are given a chance to respond. One in three shepherd
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bags results in a salvation! Our project is very profitable. Please encourage and help your
Sunbeams with this project.
A big thank you goes to Ms. Linda Dertinger for guiding me through this first year as
promoter. Please pray for God’s blessings on our Sunbeam work.
— Sherry Laminack
Assistant Sunbeam Promoter
“Ye are the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14). Thank you for allowing me to serve in
this office. I have enjoyed serving with Sunbeams & their sponsors. The Lord has blessed
the Sunbeam auxiliary this year. We had a great workshop at Daniel Springs Encampment.
I would like to thank Mrs. Claudie Thompson, Mrs. Norma Womble, and Mrs. Ruby Poteet
for speaking at the workshop. I also thank the sponsors that attended and help make the
workshop a success. Mrs. Amanda Hall (AR) helped me with the workshop. Certificates
and trophies were given to the churches during the GMA Retreat. The sponsors voted to
continue the project: 20% youth auxiliary fund and 80% shepherd bags. Brother Mike
Goodwin spoke to the ladies in the workshop. Please pray and support the project. Send
project money to Mrs. Pat Duncan. Mrs. Sherry Laminack, national Sunbeam promoter,
has been an inspiration to the auxiliary this year.
I have attended Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas Sunbeam
retreats and house parties. I have enjoyed the district & state WMA meetings and ladies’
retreats in Missouri and California. I taught workshops in all these states. I humbly say
thanks for this opportunity. I would like to thank Mrs. Nell Smith, Mrs. Ruby Poteet, and
Mrs. Robin Clark for the encouragement and support they gave me. It was a joy to serve
with Mrs. Mandi Townsend, Mrs. Beth Caldwell, Ms. Jayna Williams, and the ladies of
WMA.
Sponsor’s Class: A class is provided for sponsors teaching Sunbeams or someone
interested in teaching and learning about the Sunbeam auxiliary, which includes children
birth-third grade. Teaching techniques, crafts, and games will be shared during this two-day
workshop. The workshop will be June 17-20, 2014, at Daniel Springs Encampment, Gary
Texas. Attend expecting a blessing and pray for the workshop. Sponsors, please continue
to make Sunbeam auxiliary rewarding spiritually uplifting, exciting, and fun. I would like
to encourage you to attend planned Sunbeam meetings in your district and state. Lessons
can be fun and a time of learning and encouragement. It is exciting to teach children about
the Bible, church, missions, prayer, and memory work.
I would like to thank you for your prayers and support when Tommy passed away and
my family. I request your prayers as I strive to serve the Lord. I love and appreciate WMA.
“That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world” (John
1:9).”
May God Bless You.
— Linda Faye Dertinger
Project Promotion Committee
The books have closed on the national WMA project for 2014, but you can still give
even up to the national WMA meeting in April. At the end of February the local chapters of
WMA has raised $30,663.54 for the IAW (I Am Woman) project in the Middle East.
To see a video update of the ministry visit the national WMA website at www.
nationalwmaofbmaa.net
As we get closer to time for our meeting we need to be considering a project for 201415. Please remember these projects must be presented to the project promotion committee
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by April 15, and the nomination must be made by a local WMA chapter represented by
messenger or by letter at the national WMA meeting. Nominations cannot be taken from
the floor because there are certain criteria that must be met for a project to be considered.
To be considered a project must be associated with a department or ministry of the
BMA and have a quantifiable financial need.
Feel free to follow this format when submitting your nomination:
We, the messengers of the WMA of (name of church), present the following nomination
to the national WMA for consideration:
(Name of Ministry) promoted by or affiliated with (name of department or ministry) in
(location). This project needs (amount of money) to be used for (purpose).
Also include with your nomination the name of someone to give a 2-3 minute overview
of the project need at the national meeting. This is not necessary but helpful in choosing a
project.
Project Promotion Committee 2014.
Valarie Fish, [email protected]
Ann Raines, [email protected]
Alice Smith, [email protected]
— Valerie Fish, Ann Raines, Alice Smith
Salary and Expense Study Committee
The Salary and Expense Study Committee recommends the following:
Hourly salaried officers include:
1. Corresponding Secretary or Assistant Corresponding Secretary; Director of Youth
Auxiliaries; Assistant Director of Youth Auxiliaries; GMA Promoter; Assistant GMA
Promoter, Sunbeam Director; Assistant Sunbeam Director.
A. The Corresponding Secretary is to be paid $5.50 per hour when working for
the auxiliary. She is to be reimbursed for expenses incurred in the duties of her office,
to represent the national WMA to the national WMA and to the Executive Committee
meeting. Expenses to be paid are: travel, motel, meals, and 40 cents per mile (when
traveling in her own car), office, mail and phone expenses. All corresponding secretary’s
expenses be paid from the WMA General Fund (as funds are available).
The Assistant Corresponding Secretary is to be paid $4.60 per hour when performing
the duties of the office in the place of the Corresponding Secretary. She is to be reimbursed
(when requested by the corresponding secretary or the national WMA to perform such
duties) for expenses of travel, motel, meals, and up to 40 cents per mile (when traveling
in her own car) incurred in the duties of her office and to represent the national WMA.
Office, mail and phone expenses are to be paid from the WMA general fund (as funds are
available).
B. The Director of Youth Auxiliaries, GMA/YLA Promoter, and Sunbeam Director are
to be paid $5.50 per hour when working for the auxiliary. Each one to be reimbursed for
expenses for travel, motel, meals, and 40 cents per mile (when traveling in her own car)
incurred in the duties of her office to represent the national WMA. Office, mail, and phone
expenses are to be paid.
The Assistant Director of Youth Auxiliaries, Assistant GMA/YLA Promoter, and
Assistant Sunbeam Director are to be paid $4.60 per hour when working for the auxiliary.
Each one is to be reimbursed for expenses for travel, motel, meals, and 40 cents per mile
(when traveling in her own car) incurred in the duties of her office to represent the national
WMA. Office, mail, and phone expenses are to be paid.
All youth worker salaries and expenses are to be paid from the national youth auxiliaries
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fund (as funds are available).
C. Officers may choose any mode of transportation (air or car), but reimbursement will
only be for the least expensive. Travel other than personal automobile, actual expense of
the ticket will be paid. Expenses will be paid as funds are available).
2. The president of the national WMA is to be reimbursed for expenses of travel, motel,
and meals and 40 cents per mile (when traveling in her own car) incurred in the duties of
her office, when representing the national WMA, to the national WMA meeting, and to
the executive committee meeting (providing they are not paid by her church); office, mail,
and phone expenses be paid. Her expenses are to be paid from the general fund (as funds
are available). Consult corresponding secretary to ascertain availability before large travel
expenses are incurred.
3. The active and/or appointed recording secretaries are to be paid $75.00 each from
the WMA general fund.
4. The office, mail and phone expenses are to be paid for all elected officers in the
performance of their duties other than those already provided form the general fund not
to exceed $150.00 per year, except the first vice-president as chairperson of the Growth
and Development Committee will be allowed up to $300.00 per year and the second vicepresident will be allowed up to $600 per year for program expense. (Program expense
consists of props, gifts, speaker gratuities, etc.)
5. The expense of promoting the project (not to exceed $1,500.00 per year) is to be
paid from the project fund.
6. Expenses of workshops at the National WMA meeting and GMA Retreat are to be
paid form the general fund.
7. The national Miss GMA and Junior Miss GMA are to be reimbursed for travel
expense to the national WMA meeting, to be paid from the youth fund. (They should be
advised of this at the time of invitation.).
8. Nursery workers are to be provided when possible at the national WMA meting
and the executive committee meeting. The nursery workers will be paid $15.00 per hour.
Payment will be from the WMA general fund.
9. The College-Career Outreach person may be reimbursed for phone calls, postage,
paper and copies and mileage at 40 cents per mild, from the WMA general fund.
10. Expenses for the Minister Wives/Widows Recognition (when feasible) be taken
from the general fund not to exceed $500.00.
11. Nominations for the project are to be presented in writing to the project promotion
committee chairperson by April 1 of the current year. The nominations MUST BE MADE
by a local WMA group. Each nomination may have one person speak briefly on nominated
project, amount needed to complete the project and details regarding the ministry.
12. That the general fund receive 5% and youth fund to receive 15% of the project
offerings. The remaining 80% to be designated by vote.
13. That the registration fee for the national WMA retreat, (if and when it is held), be set
by the retreat committee. The fee covers the cost of the meeting, program expense, food,
etc. (The fee has been $75.00 per person). The personal room and travel expense is paid
by each person who attends and is not included in the fee.
14. The expense of maintaining the national WMA website is to be paid from the
WMA general fund. That an honorarium of $100.00 be given to the webmaster for her
untiring efforts.
15. The expense of setting up and maintain a national GMA web site is to be paid from
the national youth auxiliaries fund.
16. All expenses, including salaries, which are paid from auxiliary funds, MUST be
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documented be receipts. Receipts must be submitted to the corresponding secretary by
February 28 each year or as soon as possible thereafter. (Consult corresponding secretary
for further instructions and expense forms.)
Chart of Expenses
General Fund Expense
Corresponding Secretary
Asst. Corresponding Secretary
Recording Secretary
Recording Secretary
Growth & Dev. Committee
Program Chairman Expense
Hourly
Mileage
$5.50 $0.40
$4.60 $0.40
$75.00 $75.00 $300.00 Maximum
$150.00 Maximum
Activities:
Widows’ Wives Recognition
$500.00 Maximum
Nursery Worker (Hourly)
$15.00
College Career Outreach
$0.40
Youth Fund Expense
Dir. Of Youth Auxiliaries
$5.50 Asst. Dir. Of Youth Auxiliaries
$4.60 GMA Promoter
$5.50 Asst. Youth Promoter
$4.60 Sunbeam Director
$5.50 Asst. Sunbeam Director
$4.60 Miss GMA & Junior Miss Reimbursed Travel to National Meeting
Project Fund
$1,500.00
$0.40
$0.40
$0.40
$0.340
$0.40
$0.40
Corresponding Secretary/Treasurer
It is that time again to get ready for our national meeting. This has been a year of ups
and downs but thank the Lord everything worked out just fine. It is Tax season and I have
been very busy. I just thank the Lord each day for my health and for letting me do the
things He allows me to do. The project has gone very well this year and I want to first and
foremost thank the Lord for all that has been done and for what will be done in the future.
These past few days have been exciting as I was getting ready to close our year and the
contributions were coming in. I want to say thank you to each lady, church, auxiliary and
district and association that help to make this year a success and for the continued support
of the national WMA.
Project Report
At the national WMA meeting in April, we chose I Am A Women Ministries as our
project for 2013-2014 With 80% going to the I Am A Women Ministries, 5% WMA
General Fund and 15% Youth Fund for the 2013-2014 Project. On February 28, 2013 we
had received $30,663.54.
Congratulations!
This year, First Baptist Church, Springhill, LA, receives the President’s Award for
being the top contributor to our project. At the end of February, they had given $6636.00.
We offer a special “Thank You” to these ladies.
— Pat Duncan
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The following gave $1,000 or more:
AR. Evergreen, Dodridge 1,500.00
AR. Unity, Hope
1,529.18
LA. First Springhill6,636.00
MS. First Calhoun, Laurel
1,120.00
MS. Parkview, Laurel1,500.00
The following gave $500 or more:
AL. Helton Road, Theodore
745.00
AR. Pleasant Grove, El Dorado
737.00
AR. Southwest Dist Wma746.51
MO. Zion, St Louis
500.00
MS. First, Bay 800.00
MS. Hopewell, Laurel500.00
MS. Temple, Lucedale718.16
NV. Lamb Blvd, LA Vegas
500.00
OK. Southgate, Moore500.00
TX, Angelina Dist530.90
TX, Lake Ridge, Lubbock
675.00
TX. Sunset, Lamesa500.00
Project Contributions Received
2013-2014 Fiscal Year
Alabama
Helton Road
Arkansas
Berean, North Little Rock
Bethel #1, Rison
Bethlehem, Greenbrier
Eastside, Conway
Fairview, Jonesboro
First, Emerson
First, Magnolia
First, Magnolia Circle 1
First, McNeil
Lynch View, North Little Rock
Meadow view Pine Bluff
Park Place, Bryant
Pleasant Grove Carlisle
Pleasant Gove, El Dorado
Shiloh Lamartine, Waldo
Southwest District WMA
Temple, Little Rock
Victory, Gentry
Evergreen, Dodridge
Highland Hills, Highland
$100.00
$200.00
$125.00
$6.00
$50.00
$50.00
$25.00
$100.00
$100.00
$25.00
$500.00
$155.00
$100.00
$160.00
$25.00
$100.00
$120.00
$100.00
$300.00
$25.00
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California
Bethel, Ridgecrest
Calvary, LaVerne
$110.00
$822.33
Louisana
Calvary, Vidalia
Harding Street, Baker
$100.00
$200.00
Michigan
Michigan, Lansing
$300.00
Missouri
Charity Landmark, Farmington
First, Potosi
Missouri State WMA
Mt. Zion, Poplar Bluff
Ohlman, Bunker
$50.00
$25.00
$200.00
$10.00
$29.00
Mississippi
Big Creek, Soso
Lebanon, Laurel
Lee’s Chapel #2, Picayune
Parkvview, Laurel
Sand Hill, Lucedale
Vardaman Street, Wiggins
Westlawn, Picayune
Washington District WMA
$25.00
$245.00
$25.00
$1,300.00
$25.00
$500.00
$15.00
$50.00
Oklahoma
Unity, Wayne
$60.50
Texas
Angelina District
Antioch, Carthage
Bethel San Augustine
Calvary First Mesquite
Calvary, Arlington
Camille Acres, Longview
Cedar Creek, Teague
Central Bronte
Craft, Jacksonville
Dallas Park, Dallas
East Dallas District
Enon, Gilmer
Fair Park, Tyler
First, Flynn
First, Jacksonville
First, Livingston
First, New Caney
$120.55
$31.66
$50.00
$100.00
$100.00
$27.52
$30.00
$20.00
$10.00
$25.00
$15.00
$40.00
$78.69
$10.00
$14.00
$42.00
$10.00
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First, Red Oak
Glenfawn, Cushing
Hubbard Chapel, Quitman
Keltys, First, Lufkin
Lake Highland, Sulphur Springs
Munn Street, Houston
Myrtle Springs, Quitman
New Harmony, Tyler
Northside, Conroe
Oak Grove, Canton
Pecan, Robert Lee
Pilgrims Rest #2, Golden
New Hope-Macedonia, Mineola
Rose Hill, Mineola
Salem, Huntington
Soda, Livingston
South Park, Ft. Worth
Southline, Cleveland
Suburban Wood, Humble
Salem, Huntington
Woodland, Spendora
Wood County District
Walnut St, Winnsboro
General Donors
National WMA Offering
Total (Includes Designated Offerings)
$75.00
$30.00
$25.00
$100.00
$35.00
$6.00
$95.00
$20.00
$14.87
$51.25
$35.00
$40.00
$10.00
$15.00
$15.00
$25.00
$100.00
$6.41
$5.00
$15.00
$25.00
$10.00
$25.00
$645.00
$627.71
$9,218.49
Contributions Received For Other Departments
Lifeword
AL, Helton Road, Theodore
TX, First , Flynn
First, New Caney
Lake Highland, Sulphur Springs
Munn Street, Houston
New Bethlehem, Cut & Shoot
Total
$77.50
$20.00
$30.00
$30.00
$6.00
$135.00
$298.50
Disciple Guide Church Resources
Department of Camp Ministry
First, New Caney
Total
$30.00
$30.00
BMAA Seminary
First, New Caney,TX
Total
$30.00
$30.00
Ministers Resource Services
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BMAA Missions- International
& North American
AL, Helton Road, Theodore
Total
$155.00
$155.00
BMMI-Missions Dept.
TX, First, New Caney
Total
$30.00
$30.00
Missions Dept.
MS, Ten Mile, Perkinston
TX, Suburban Wood, Humble
Total
$2.00
$15.00
$17.00
Grady Johnson, Mexico
TX, New Bethlehem, Cut & Shoot
Total
$90.00
$90.00
M. Poirier Fund
Chaplian Fund
Trevor Morris
TX, New Bethlehem, Cut& Shoot
Total
$45.00
$45.00
John Lindsey Work Fund
Book Ministry Donors
$666.69
Sunbeam Projects 2012-2013
AR, Grace, Russellville
AR, Immanuel, Greenbrier
MS, Wilderness, Vicksburg
TX, Myrtle Springs, Quitman
TX, Red Springs, Tyler
Total
$31.46
$100.00
$100.00
$824.83
$500.00
$1,556.29
Receipts: March 1, 2013 through February 28, 2014
State/Church/City
ProjectGeneral
Alabama
Helton Road Theodore
$745.00 WMA of Alabama & Georgia
Arkansas
Bethlehem, Greenbrier
Beacon, Taylor
$275.00
$100.00
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$77.50
$67.00
Central Ar. District WMA
Calvary, Smackover
College View, Magnolia
Cornerstone, Arkadelphia
Denver Street, Greenwood
Eastside, Conway
First, North Lewisville
First, Cave Springs
First, Magnolia Circle 1
First, Damascus
Grace, El Dorado
First, Magnolia Circle 1
Lynch View, North Little Rock
Meadowview, Pine Bluff
Old Liberty, Conway
Liberty, Stamps
Pleasant Grove, El Dorado
New Hope, Wynne
South Arkansas District WMA
South Main, Malvern
Southwest District WMA
Spring Creek, Springdale
Temple, Little Rock
Unity, Hope
Worden, Bald Knob
First Baptist Circle 4
Mattie Guest WMA
Evergreen, Dodridge
Shiloh Baptist
Highland Hills, Highland
Jonesboro District WMA
WMA of the Ozarks
$438.00
$50.00
$100.00
$50.00
$100.00
$26.00 $75.00
$75.00
$250.00
$390.00
$126.15
$75.00
$380.00
$35.00 $25.00
$50.00
$737.00
$100.00
$295.00
$100.00
$746.51
$100.00
$100.00 $1,529.18
$100.00
$75.00
$100.00
$1,500.00
$25.00
$100.00
$200.00
$50.00
California
California State WMA
Bethel, Ridgecrest
Calvary, LaVerne
$212.82
$51.00
$491.73
Louisiana
Calvary, Vidalia
First, Springhill
Cane Market, Denham Springs
Harding Street, Baker $100.00
$6,636.00
$150.00
$100.00
Missouri
First Potosi
Glenview, Independence
Grandview, Springfield
Landmark, DeSoto
$25.00
$50.00
$20.00
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$32.00
$15.00
$60.00
Mt. Zion, Poplar Bluff
Ohlman, Bunker
Zion, St. Louis
Lower Doe Run
Stoney Point Baptist
Emmanuel, St. Louis
$142.00
$20.00
$123.00
$500.00
$47.07
$77.50 Mississippi
Big Creek, Soso
$50.00
First Calhoun, Laurel
$1,120.00
First, Bay Springs
$800.00
First Henleyfield, Carriere
$10.00
Hopewell, Laurel
$500.00
Lebanon, Laurel
$135.00
Lee’s Chapel, #2 Picayune
$75.00
Good Hope, Columbia
$200.00
First Shady Grove, Laurel
Parkview, Laure
l$1,500.00
Sand Hill, Lucedale
$75.00
Temple, Lucedale
$718.16
Ten Mile, Perkinston
$25.00
Washington District WMA
$150.00
Unity, Guntown
$100.00
Westlawn, Picayune
$30.00
$100.00
$25.00
$25.00
$132.00
$40.00
$50.00
New Mexico
Nevada
Lamb Blvd, LaVegas
$500.00
Oklahoma
Lindsay, Lindsay
New Heights, Oklahoma City
Southgate, Moore
Tennessee
Springhill, Knoxville
$75.00
$50.91
$500.00
$200.00
Texas
Angelina District
$530.90
Antioch, Carthage
$119.99
Austin Bank
Bethel, Orange
$100.00
Calvary First, Mesquite
$100.00
Bethel White Rock, Dallas
Calvary, Arlington
Calvary, Centerville
$40.00
Calvary, Fairfield
$100.00
Camille, Longview
$102.20
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$15.00
$130.00
$112.60
$40.00
$20.00
Cedar Creek, Teague
$90.00
Center Of Life, Houston
$100.00
Central, Bronte
$60.00
Central, Mineola
Craft, Jacksonville
$30.00
Dallas Park, Dallas
$75.00
East Dallas District
$30.00
Enon, Gilmer
$70.00
Ephesus, Latexo
$25.00
Fair Park, Tyler
$92.19
Fellowship, Pittsburg
$225.00
First, Flynn
$40.00
First, Jacksonville
$28.00
First, Red Oak
$350.00
First, Livingston
$84.00
First, New Caney
$30.00
Freindship, Mesquite
$130.00
Glenfawn, Cushing
$30.00
Holly Grove, Livingston
Hubbard Chapel, Quitman
$75.00
Lake Highland, Sulphur Springs
$105.00
Mahl, Nacogdoches
$150.00
Myrtle Springs, Quitman
$142.50
Munn, Houston
New Harmony, Tyler
$60.00
New Hope Macedonia, Mineola
$10.00
Northside, Conroe
$29.02
Oak Grove, Canton
$193.75
Pecan, Robert Lee
$110.00
Pilgrim Rest #2 Golden
$120.00
Piney Creek, Pennington
Lake Ridge, Lubbock
$675.00
Rose Hill, Mineola
$35.00
Sunset, Lamesa
$500.00
Salem, Huntington
$45.00
Soda, Livingston
$50.00
Sheridan Terrace, Palestine
$72.00
South Park, Ft. Worth
$200.00
Simmons Hill, Diana
SouthLine, Cleveland
$15.96
Spring Lake, Texarkana
$400.00
Suburban Wood, Humble
$115.00
Temple, Mexia
$100.00
Tundra, Canton
Victory, Centerville
Walnut St, Winnsboro
$50.00
Wood County District
$40.00
Woodland, Splendora
$75.00
Ebenezer Baptist
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$18.00
$20.00
$20.00
$25.00
$50.00
$24.00
$20.00
$40.00
$40.00
$20.00
$40.00
$50.00
$12.50
$1.00
$60.00
$10.96
$15.00
$15.00
$60.00
$60.00
$30.00
$20.00
$10.00
$20.00
$28.07
$20.00
$100.00
$20.00
$30.00
Polk County Baptist District
$125.00
Oasis, Arlington
$100.00
WMA Baptist Missionary Association of Texas
Rod Widger
Total Contributions 2013-2014 Profit
Designated Contributions — General
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$30,663.54
$1,820.63
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2013 GMA Retreat
President Addie Bender welcomed everyone to camp. Olivia, national song leader,
introduced Kelsey Fagala, adult song leader, and Rebekah Deckard, adult pianist, to lead us
singing “O Happy Day,” “King of the Jungle,” and He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.”
Addie called us to attention with presentation of the American flag, Christian flag, and
GMA flag. After pledges, Olivia led us in the GMA song. The officers then reviewed the
camp rules. We then raised our right hand and did the Will-Do pledge.
Addie introduced Katy Hicks, 2nd VP. Katy introduced the camp theme and read
our theme verses: Matthew 5:14-16. Emily Luck, 1st VP, introduced the project and the
project items for sale: candy grams, buttons, grab bags, pins, dollar basket items, GMA
color-changing cups, officer boxes, auction items available Wednesday and Thursday from
8 am to 5 pm.
Addie made announcements for recreation and crafts. Wednesday will be water
volleyball and Thursday will be a wet obstacle course. Crafts will cost from $2-$5. Emily
closed in prayer. We were dismissed by order for supper.
Olivia and the praise team opened in worship with “How Great is Our God” and
“Where I Belong.” The officers introduced themselves with their luggage (officer boxes).
As they introduced themselves they recognized their “sunbeams” (helpers) for the week.
Brother James Speer welcomed everyone to camp and told us he was looking forward to
great week with the GMA’s.
Katy introduced the daily theme: “Shining your Light in this World” Acts 1:8. Are you
ready to do some things outside your comfort zone for Christ? Will you live for Him? We
enjoyed a skit by Shiloh.
Olivia and praise team led us in our theme song: “We Are,” by Kari Jobe.
Katy and Emily introduced the Miss/Jr. Miss GMA participants for 2013-14 they are:
Miss GMA: AR – Carly Crisp; MS – Paige Williams; TX – Rebekah Holmes. Jr. Miss GMA:
AR- Kamryn Lee; MS – Neely Christian; TX – Elizabeth Ricks. Katy led a prayer for the
participants.
The officers recognized the counselors for their years of service. Ms. Jeannie Walker
was recognized for the most years of service in GMA at 44 years.
Paula Bender introduced our camp pastor: Wade Allen, missionary in the Philippines.
Olivia and the praise team led us in “He is Jealous for Me.” Brother Wade Allen taught us
the song “This is the Day,” in the Filipino language. He told us the Filipino language is the
national language and had 181 languages, with over 500 dialects. Key words he taught us
were What – Ano; Gawa means to make, to do, or to act.
He challenged us to focus this week on: Ano’ng ginagawa mo? = What are you doing?
He spoke to us about the book of Acts. Think of the book of Acts as a journal or travel diary.
He walked us thru that journal tonight. In Acts 1:7-8 is Jesus’ last words to the disciples:
“You will receive power, you will be My witnesses.” These verses have a command, a call, and
a promise. The command: You will be My witnesses – good or bad. The call: Go beyond
our home, our neighbors, our state, our nation, and our world. The promise: The Holy
Spirit will empower you to do the work.
He ended with the challenge: What are you doing today?
Keely and Rebecca led us in invitation with “O Wondrous Cross.” Brother Wade closed
in prayer.
Addie introduced Mandi. Mandi had everyone get out their mission packet and each
group get together and pray for their missionary. Mandi then closed in prayer for all of our
missionaries.
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Announcements: Reception for all Miss/Jr. Miss GMA participants (local, district,
state, & national) immediately following dismissal in the cafeteria.
Jennifer Jameson dismissed us for the night in prayer.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
We opened in prayer and Olivia and the praise team led us in “Ain’t No Rock” and “I
Am a C.” Katy introduced today’s theme: Shining in the USA – Matthew 28:19-20. First,
Emerson, AR, presented a song/skit.
The queens were dismissed for Queens Day. They were transported to Mt. Calvary,
Carthage, for a day of fun just for them. The rest of us were dismissed for Forward Step
classes and counselors class in the cafeteria. After canteen time, all girls met in tabernacle
for Shining Stars.
Business Meeting
Olivia & praise team opened with our theme song: “We Are.” Addie asked Mandi
Townsend to lead us in an opening prayer. Messengers were seated and Addie sounded the
gavel to open us in business. Motion and second made to read only the business portion
of the minutes of 2012 retreat. Motion carried. Makaye Key, recording secretary, read
the business portion of the minutes. With 2 corrections: (1) $75 love offering given to
Danny Fagala (remove camp fees paid) and (2) change adult secretary to Teel Witt, TX, and
adult treasurer to Ruby Poteet, AR. Addie declared the minutes stand approved with the
corrections. Ruby Poteet presented the treasurer’s report. Treasurer’s report stand approve
as presented. Addie then recognized Mandi Townsend to present project nominations.
Only one nomination received from Oak Park, Little Rock, AR: 90% DiscipleGuide ESL
project and 10% general fund. Motion and vote will be taken tomorrow. Robin Clark
then introduced the officer nominees: President: Makaye Key, TX, Susan Campbell, AR,
Hayley Maynard, TX; First Vice President: Katy Hicks, AR; Second Vice President: Hayley
Maxwell, AR, Natalie Oates, TX; Rebecca Holmes, TX; Recording Secretary: Hailey
Hughes, AR; Corresponding Secretary: Carley Crisp, AR; Historian: McKenna Wilson, TX;
Song Leader: Kaylen Fagala, AR; Pianist: Amanda Hall, AR. Robin then led a prayer of
dedication and for God’s guidance for each of the nominees.
At the sound of the gavel Addie declared the business meeting adjourned. She then
recognized all local, district and state Presidents. National Jr. Miss GMA Meagan Gunnels
led dismissal prayer.
Olivia & praise team opened us in song “Live Like That.” Katy Hicks led opening
prayer. The officers ‘sunbeams’ took up a general fund offering.
Oak Park, Little Rock, AR, then presented a video tribute of Maci Harris, granddaughter
of Brother David Harris, both killed in car accident in January. Maci accepted Christ as her
Savior at camp last year.
Robin then presented the officer nominees once more and announced sample ballots
would be handed out on Thursday morning so messengers could pray and discuss their
decisions.
Olivia sang “The Revelation Song” to open the coronation. She introduced Ms. Jean
Knight and reminded everyone to remain quiet and reverent during the program.
Queen Coronation – “Jesus Light My Path” Psalm 119:105
Ms. Knight recognized 48 reigning queens and 2 queens receiving their crowns. The
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queens closed with singing the “Light of the World is Jesus.” The queens then walked off the
stage around the tabernacle and to their seats.
Brother Wade read 2 Corinthians 4:5-10 and asked “What do you have?”
• Treasure in earthen vessels (jars of clay).
• Knowledge of the light of Jesus. Do you have the Light?
He asked two questions: Do you know Jesus? Do you reflect His image? He then led a
prayer asking God to help us shine bright. We sang “You Are My All in All” for invitation.
Announcements: Officer nominees will meet with the current officers for breakfast at
7:30 in the morning. Jesslyn led the closing prayer.
Thursday, 6/20/13
Olivia introduced a group from Buffalo Baptist Church in Mississippi to teach us a
new song: “The Bazooka Bubble Gum” song. Olivia & the praise team led us in “Ain’t No
Rock” and “Big House.” Katy introduced the day’s theme: Shining in Our State – Acts
20:24. We are to finish the task God gives us. We enjoyed a skit presented by the Texas state
officers on fighting temptations.
Ms. Ruby recognized the churches giving to the project. We had a total of 34 churches
giving $14,138.67 to the project as of today. Ms. Linda Faye Dertinger presented Sunbeam
awards, they gave $3,200 to their project for the Shepherd Bag Ministry. Valarie Fish
reported the girls filled 1,015 Shepherd Bags on Wednesday in one hour.
The girls divided up into teams and played “Around the World in 90 minutes.” Playing
games from different countries & had passports to be stamped at each country. Countries
included: Peru, Kenya, Ukraine, and Panama. The counselors worked on their missions
books in the cafeteria.
After canteen time, we reconvened in the tabernacle for a message from Brother Wade.
Addie announced we have had three girls saved. Olivia & the praise team opened with
“We Are.” Brother Wade introduced his wife, Joanna, told the girls about GMAs in the
Philippines. Six years ago she and their daughter, Carly, started GMA and had up to twelve
girls. About three years ago they changed churches and started another group. They meet
on Sunday afternoons and have about five girls meeting. They had their first coronation this
year. Brother Wade then presented their ministry focus and asked “Are you discipling?”
Announcements: information for 2014 GMA mission trip at 4:15, business meeting at
4:45. Makaye closed in prayer.
Thursday afternoon
Spring Lake, Texarkana, TX, opened our meeting with “Cinderella” by Stephen Curtis
Chapman. Addie led us in opening prayer. At the sound of the gavel business meeting is
open.
Paula Bender gave the following recommendations from the Advisory Council: (1) the
project money from 2013 be changed to $10,000 to Laura Kanakyna for relocating help, the
remaining to the GMA mission trip to the Ukraine in July. (2) Recommend the following
adult officers: Secretary: Teel Witt, TX; Treasurer: Ruby Poteet, AR; Asst. Treasurer: Linda
Faye Dertinger, MS; Corresponding Secretary: Carole Taylor, TX; Song Leader: Kelsey
Fagala, AR; Pianist: Rebekah Deckard, AR; Historian: Jackie Glasscock, TX; Coronation
Director: Jean Knight, MS; Asst.: Delores Compton, MS; Decorations Director: Kristi Key,
TX; Asst.: Amanda Burch, TX; Forward Step Coordinator: Karen Luck, AR; Asst.: Margaret
Wolf, TX; Evangelism Chairman: Carolyn Meade, MO; Asst.: Valarie Fish, AR; Queens Day
Coordinator: Kristen Herring, AR; Asst.: Jesslyn Spence, AR; Recreation Director: Lane
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Flynt, MS; Craft Directors: Lola House & Sherry Decker, TX; Camp Superintendent: Juanita
May, MO, term ending 2016. Motion and second to accept these two recommendations as
presented. Motion carried.
Messengers voted by secret ballot for national officers and project. Advisory Council
nominations from the floor, one term open to expire 2016. Sheila Polk, MO, nominated.
Motion & second for nomination ceased. Motion carried. Motion and second to elect
Sheila Polk, MO, to the Advisory Council. No further business. At the sound of the gavel
Addie declared the business meeting adjourned.
Olivia & the praise team led us in singing “Where I Belong.” Kaleigh & the praise team
led us in “I Am a Chicken.” We watched introductory officer videos. Jayna Williams led the
dismissal prayer for supper.
Thursday evening
Addie announced the door prize winners from the evangelism table. Wade & Joanna
sang a song for us. Olivia & the praise team led us in “O Praise Him.” Karen Luck led us
in prayer. Olivia & the praise team led us in song while the sunbeams took up an offering
for the general fund. A video presentation was shown regarding our new project. We then
watched a video of the BMA Bible College Choir in the Philippines.
Ms. Robin then announced the national officers for 2014: President: Hayley Maynard,
TX; 1st Vice President: Katy Hicks, AR; 2nd Vice President: Rebekah Holmes, TX;
Recording Secretary: Hailey Hughes, AR; Corresponding Secretary: Carley Crisp, AR;
Historian: McKenna Wilson, TX; Song Leader: Kaylen Fagala, AR; Pianist: Amanda Hall,
AR.
Addie introduced Jayna Williams and Beth Caldwell for the Miss/Jr. Miss GMA
presentation. Ms. Beth welcomed everyone and Jessica Glasscock led us in prayer. Jayna
introduced Kristi Key to present the program.
Live for Christ — Galatians 5:22-23
Illuminate the Light — 1 John 4:7
Grow in Him — 1 Peter 2:2
Behold Him — Romans 12:1-2
Trust Him — Proverbs 3:5-6
Stay close to the Light and remain in the Light. Kristi led a closing prayer of dedication
for the participants. Jayna recognized the 2012-13 Miss/Jr. Miss GMAs; Jayna recognized
the Jr. Miss GMA participants. Beth recognized the Miss GMA participants.
2013-14
Jr. Miss GMA: Elizabeth Ricks, TX
Alt. Jr. Miss GMA: Kamryn Lee, AR
Miss GMA: Carley Crisp, AR
Alt. Miss GMA: Paige Williams, MS
Katy Hicks led a prayer of thanks. The participants were dismissed to their seats
and Brother Wade read Matthew 6:21. His questions tonight were: What is in your heart?
What do you treasure? We need to treasure the knowledge of Jesus Christ. Brother Wade
led in prayer. The musicians led us in a time of invitation with “Sanctuary,” and “When I
Survey the Wondrous Cross.” After invitation time Brother Wade introduced newly-elected
missionary Chris Huson’s wife, Holly, and daughter, Mallory, who were attending camp.
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The Husons will be serving in Ecuador with the Morris family after spending a year in
language school starting in December. Ms. Joanna led a prayer for them lifting them &
other missionaries up before God as they begin their work. After giving announcements
Addie asked Ms. Robbie Shepherd to dismiss us in prayer.
Friday, June 21
Katy introduced the daily theme: “Shining in our Homes.” We are to show everyone
around us our Light. Emily presented project awards. Addie then recognized Valarie Fish
for installation of officers. She gave the officers the kind of light you are not to be – a glow
stick because they burn out. You want to be the moon; reflect the Son! Valarie called
previous national officers, previous state, and district officers to be the support group for the
new national officers. Valarie led a prayer of dedication.
Ms. Ruby came and introduced new members to the Aaron-Hur Club. She told the
story of how Aaron and Hur held up Moses’ arms. A circle was then formed on stage: inner
circle – new officers; next: new members – officer nominees and 2012-2013 officers leaving;
other circles formed by all the members of the Aaron-Hur Club. Prayer of support was then
given.
Rebekah Holmes, our new 2nd Vice President, introduced the theme for next year:
“Trust in Jesus, Walk by Faith.” Katy Hicks, new 1st Vice President, spoke about the project
and goals for next year. Our project goal is $25,000 and a camp attendance goal of 400. She
will be sending project information and ideals to each church with a challenge to raise the
most money before camp. She announced we had five saved at camp. The officer boxes and
sale items raised $1,980.01. In the officer competition Emily Luck received the least amount
of money & Hayley Maynard received the most.
Addie then passed the gavel to Hayley Maynard. The officers sang “Help Me Find It” by
Sidewalk Prophets as their goodbye. Emily presented a gift to Addie from the officers. We
watched the camp video. Kaylen then led us in a closing prayer, praying for safe travel and
return next year.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
BMA Theological Seminary
Dr. Charley Holmes, President
1530 East Pine Street
Jacksonville, TX 75766
903-586-2501
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Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary
Annual Report
Dr. Charley Holmes, President
My name shall be great among the heathen, saith the Lord of Hosts (Malachi 1:11).
…That every knee should bow…and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is
Lord to the glory of God (Philippians 2:10-11).
Worthy art thou to take the scroll and to open its seals, for you were slain and by your
blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation
(Revelation 5:9).
Today’s Headlines:
Unguwar Kajit, Nigeria: January 31, 2014 Seven Members of a Christian family are
murdered in their own home by Muslim gunmen.
Marmarita, Syria: January 8, 2014 A young Christian is beheaded after Islamists
discover him wearing a cross necklace.
Bangui, CAR (Central African Republic): December 5, 2013 Three pastors, including
a father of eleven, are murdered in a Muslim rampage.
Ain Shams, Egypt: August 6, 2013 A 10-year-old Christian girl is shot through the
heart in front of her church by pro-Muslim Brotherhood activists.
Ashtabula, Ohio: March 24, 2013 A Muslim convert walks into a church service with
a Quran (Koran) and guns down his Christian father while praising Allah.
Buena Vista, New Jersey: February 7, 2013 A Muslim targets and beheads two
Christian Coptic immigrants.
Haugesund, Norway: January 15, 2013 A Muslim stabs two Christians who converted
from Islam.
Such headlines are all too common in our day. Most informed people realize that these
attacks on non-Muslims, though widespread geographically, are a part of the ultimate goal
of Islam: subjugation of the world including us, our children, and grandchildren. Sometimes
we wonder, "What should I do to retard the spread of this 'peaceful' religion?” Perhaps,
more often we ask, "What CAN I do?" Perhaps unknowingly, you are already doing the only
thing that will really help, assisting BMA Seminary to train Muslim converts to take the love
of Christ to their friends and family.
Several years ago, Ashraf and Rasha Sara came to the Seminary from our church in
Baghdad, Iraq. Both Ashraf and Rasha were excellent students and Ashraf is now working
in a thriving BMAA mission in Dallas, reaching Arabs from many countries for Christ, and
Rasha will soon be working with him in the same mission.
Fifteen years ago, after attending the University of Texas, the Lord saved Iraj, a middleaged man who was born in a Muslim home in Iran. Later, God called him to preach and
providentially sent him to the BMA Seminary campus in Jacksonville. Iraj has since planted
an Iranian Baptist Church in the Dallas area, worked with LifeWord in broadcasting the
gospel into Iran, and makes multiple trips to Turkey and Armenia each year to evangelize
Iranian refugees. Iraj is also a "Paul." He knows he must pass his knowledge and discipleship
skills to others. God has called two other Iranian men to preach under his ministry in
Dallas. One has started classes in Jacksonville and the other will follow as soon as finances
are available.
You are doing the only thing that really changes the lives and hearts of Muslims–
training. You are training men to win Muslims to Christ and training them to reach their
family and friends.
Nothing facilitates that better than Christ-Centered Preaching, Christ-Centered
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Worship, and Christ-Centered Discipleship. These are the very things that are at the core
of the BMA Seminary. We believe what Jesus said in Luke 24:25-27 is true, that all the
scriptures in existence at His time (the law, the prophets and the psalms,) spoke concerning
Him. And we know that He pre-authenticated the writings of the New Testament. Every
preacher's goal should be that of Paul, to preach Christ and Him crucified. That is done by
connecting application to any Scripture passage containing something Jesus has done, is
doing, or has promised to do.
Christ-centered worship means that we search the Scriptures of the living Lord to find
a precedent for anything we do in public or private worship. We believe that if the Bible does
not command it or give solid approval of God’s blessing on it, we must shun it; otherwise
we are worshipping ourselves and it is worthless before God (Colossians 2:23 & Matthew
15: 8-9 to the Pharisees).
Christ-centered discipleship is making disciples the way that Jesus did. Jesus preached
to multitudes, taught smaller groups, and spent perhaps the majority of his time mentoring
individuals. One-on-many, one-on-some, one-on-one. Baptist preachers have done well
through the ages with the one-on-many and one-on-some aspects, but have largely failed at
what Jesus worked the hardest, ONE-ON-ONE. The Seminary is doing all we can through
the BMAA's DiscipleWay ministry to make sure the current and new generation is equipped
to make disciples the way Jesus did.
This year is the BMA Seminary's 57th year of taking faithful men and equipping them
to teach faithful men who can teach others also. This year you are not only doing well
in training men from the Arab world to reach their own, you also are equipping disciple
makers from China, Korea, Mexico, France, Costa Rica, the Philippines, Bolivia, Honduras,
and states other than Texas: Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi,
New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Washington. This current semester, we have
students registered from Nevada and Hawaii. The total number of students from this past
year was 186.
The Lord has also blessed in the area of our stewardship. The Seminary has no debt.
The only blemish on the year’s finances was that we ended the year May 31, 2013, with a
small deficit ($2,505.00). The minor deficit came primarily from a good thing. Through the
years we have bought properties adjacent to the campus to increase our student housing
and control the safety of our neighborhood. In May, a house across the street from the
campus came on the market and we were able to purchase it for $63,000. The money came
from endowment earnings and the current fund. The purchase put us in the red for the year.
However, God has blessed and friends of the Seminary from across the U.S. have given over
$53,000.00 toward the purchase.
The Seminary is not only sound in Baptist doctrine, but also sound in its educational
credentials. Last year we passed our third 10-year renewal with the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools, the premier accrediting agency of the southern U.S. That means that
any degree earned at BMA Seminary is recognized at the same level as any master's degree
from the major universities in the South.
The Seminary has launched an on-line degree program to help those who cannot move
to Jacksonville. These programs were recently approved by our regional accrediting agency
and may be registered for this summer and fall. This degree can be augmented with one
week intensive classes on the main campus in the winter and summer. We also launched
a series of free online classes for those who want to learn but don't want the pressure of
com-pleting a degree. Completion of seven (7) of the free classes earns the participant a
Certificate in Christian Leadership. The initial offering of free classes this past fall was a
success, with over 30 new students enrolled. There are 30 enrolled again this spring.
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Anyone interested in online degrees or the free class program should stay in touch
with the Seminary by visiting our website, bmats.edu, or connecting to the Seminary's
Facebook page for updates on class offerings and special events.
This year Seminary graduation will be Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. with Dr.
Scott Attebery delivering the commencement address. We are asking all our BMA churches
to observe Sunday, May 18 as Seminary Sunday by having special prayer for the Seminary in
the a.m. and p.m. services that our graduates will be faithful to Christ-Centered Preaching,
Worship, and Disciple Making, always in line with historic Baptist principles. We also
request that our churches consider receiving a special scholarship offering. A substantial
offering dedicated to scholarships for incoming students in the fall semester is a great
encouragement to young pastors and missionaries. Please be as generous as possible.
As always, we gladly accept any invitation to share the ministry as a special program for
associational, Brotherhood, or WMA meetings. If your association would like to schedule a
visit please call 800-259-5673 and ask for the president's office.
We are always eager to express our gratitude in person and take advantage of every
invitation to provide faculty and student speakers for our churches and associational
meetings. To arrange for a speaker, contact the seminary through our toll free number:
800-259-5673.
Recommendations
1. Affirm the proposed budget
2. Re-affirm the appointment of Dr. Charley Holmes as president
3. Each church observe Sunday, May 18, 2014, as Graduation Sunday with
a. special prayer for our graduates
b. receive a special scholarship offering to support the training of future BMA pastors and missionaries on that Sunday
Proposed 2013-2014 Budget
Income:
Auxiliary Enterprises $
86,000.00
Endowment Income
28,950.00
Church Offerings
713,800.00
Special gifts—All
233,300.00
Tuition and Fees
317,080.00
All Other Income
24,000.00
Total$1,393,130.00
Expenditures:
Academic Dean’s Office $ 104,923.00
Biblical Studies Department
215,780.00
Bookstore6,000.00
Business Office
65,256.00
Christian Education Department 63,878.00
Church Ministries Department 47,939.00
Development Office
55,104.00
Extension Department
48,264.00
General Administrative
218,914.00
Library Operations
146,894.00
Plant Operation and Maintenance 83,560.00
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President’s Office
150,866.00
Recruitment
14,868.00
Student Aid
80,000.00
Student Housing
22,080.00
Student Services
7,620.00
Theological-Historical58,163.00
Department
Total $1,390,109.00
BMA Seminary Trustee Minutes
September 12-13, 2013
Present were: Ray Adams, John Allen, Reggie Blake, Don Brown, Dennis Knight, Judy
McNeill, Tom Mitchell, Gary Murph, Danny Pitts, Forrest Priest, Mike Puckett, G. Dean
Soape, Jerry Stacy, Jake Vandenberg, and Board of Visitor, J. T. Harris. Dr. Philip Attebery,
Dr. Holmes, and Carol Shine were also in attendance. Van Widger was present for a portion
of the meeting.
Thursday, September 12, 2013:
The Board of Trustees was called to order and opened in prayer by Brother J. T. Harris.
It was noted by Chairman Pitts that all trustees were present.
New trustee, Tom Mitchell, was welcomed and by way of orientation, presented a
copy of the trustee section of the Institutional Manual and signed a “Conflict of Interest”
statement.
Chairman Pitts also presented to him, along with all the trustees, A Charge from the
Constituency, written by the late Dr. Walter A. Miller
There was a motion and second to approve committee assignments. Motion carried.
Forrest Priest continued to serve as Chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee
and Jake Vandenberg was appointed to serve as Chairman of the Finance and Budget
Committee.
The Trustees were dismissed to their committees.
Friday, 8:00 a.m., September 13, 2013
Trustees Reconvened
Students John Cook and Bart Herrington spoke to the trustees.
Ray Adams led in opening prayer.
Gary Murrey, our auditor, and his assistant, Kyle Caperton, presented the audit. The
floor was opened for questions or discussion. The auditors then dismissed themselves from
the meeting.
The Finance and Budget Committee Report was given by Jake Vandenberg. After
discussion, there was a motion and second to adopt the finance committee's report as given
and accept its recommendations. Motion carried.
Charles Attebery was present and introduced Frank Stepp from Thompson and
Associates, and then turned the floor to him to speak with the trustees regarding their
approach/method of encouraging givers to participate in a newly established foundation
(previously LifeWord Foundation). Currently, participants are Missions, LifeWord, and
DiscipleGuide.
Forrest Priest, the Academic Affairs Committee Chairman, turned the presentation
of their report over to Dr. Attebery to review for the Board. After a portion of the report
was presented, the trustees were asked to break for the noon hour, with this report to be
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continued after lunch. All were in agreement to continue after lunch.
Prayer was led by Jake Vandenberg, with a blessing asked upon the food.
Friday, Afternoon Session, September 13, 2013
Bro. Pitts opened the meeting with comments regarding a sermon that Bro. J. T. Harris
preached in the 1970's, “What God Can Do With One Righteous Person.”
Chairman Pitts recognized Dr. Philip Attebery to complete the Academic Affairs
Report.
After completion and discussion of the report, there was a motion and second to
approve the report as given, with its recommendations. Motion carried.
Congratulations were extended once again to Dr. Attebery in recognition of the fact
that he had passed his Comprehensive Exams. He thanked the trustees for their support
and reported that the best case scenario is that he will graduate in December, 2014.
Dr. Attebery mentioned that Mrs. Robertson will not be able to come back and asked
prayers for her health.
Miscellaneous Business:
It was noted that the Institutional Effectiveness Committee Minutes had been covered
and approved in the Academic Affairs Committee report.
It was reported that Jordan Tew continues to work with our recruitment and we appear
to be on an upswing trend with our enrollment.
Chairman Danny Pitts appointed Jake Vandenberg to conduct the annual Evaluation
of the President, with a report to be given to the board in February, 2014.
The full board voted to approve a Certificate of Corporate Authorization, which would
give Dr. Holmes the authority to transfer Bancorp stock to Chas. Schwab. Motion carried.
Chairman Pitts gave a report on the Annual Trustee Project (Trustee Challenge). He
reported that there is a positive balance after fall tuition was paid and more had come in
since the beginning of the trustee meeting.
It was noted that 2014 is the year for the Trustee Retreat, usually held in September.
Dr. Holmes and Dr. Attebery will meet with the Executive committee and have some
suggestions to be given at the February, 2014 meeting.
Dr. Holmes presented the “President’s Report to Local Associations” to the Board.
Motion, second, and carried that the Board approve Dr. Holmes’ report.
There was a motion to adjourn. (The February trustee meeting date will be set after
looking at the calendar and the trustees will be informed at a later date). Motion seconded
and carried.
The closing prayer was led by Van Widger.
Board of Trustees Secretary, Judy McNeill
Assisting Secretary, Carol Shine
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BMA Seminary Trustee Minutes
February 17-18, 2014
On February 17, 2014 at 1:00 p.m., the Full Board of Trustees convened in the Grimsley
Building. Present were: John Allen, Reggie Blake, Dennis Knight, Tom Mitchell, Judy
McNeill, Gary Murph, Danny Pitts, Forrest Priest, Mike Puckett, Dean Soape, Jerry Stacy,
Jake Vandenberg, and later Don Brown. Also present were Philip Attebery, Charley Holmes,
Carol Shine, and visitor Jan Wills (Dean Soape’s daughter).
The board adjourned to committees—Dr. Holmes with the Budget and Finance Committee
and Dr. Attebery with the Academic Affairs Committee.
The full Board reconvened to conduct business after the committees concluded their
meetings.
The minutes and proceedings of the September 12 and 13, 2013 meeting were presented.
There was a motion and second to approve the minutes and proceedings as presented.
Motion carried.
Dr. Holmes reported on the proposed Recommendation of Legal Structure for JointOwnership for Missions and LifeWord.
Jake Vandenberg who was appointed in September to evaluate the president gave the report
of the Presidents evaluation. There was a motion and second to receive the favorable report
as given. Motion carried.
There was a motion and second to reaffirm the appointment of Dr. Holmes as president of
BMA Seminary. Motion carried.
Dr. Holmes, President, presented the biennial evaluation of the Dean. There was a motion
and second to approve the evaluation of the Dean as presented. Motion carried.
The Finance and Budget committee report was given orally by John Allen who served
as Chairman. There was a motion and second to accept the finance committee report as
given and their recommendations, including the budget and affirmation of the President’s
decision regarding becoming a part of the BMAA foundation. Motion carried.
Dr. Attebery gave an update on the progress being made on his Ph.D degree.
The board was dismissed in prayer by Dean Soape until Tuesday, the 18th at 8:50 a.m.
The Executive Committee met immediately following the board dismissal.
On February 18, 2014, the board reconvened.
The meeting was opened with prayer by Jake Vandenberg. Brother Vandenberg then read
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II Timothy 2:1-2 regarding the importance of disciplemaking.
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Tim Bastress, a current BMA Seminary student, gave his testimony and spoke of his calling
and decision to attend BMA Seminary, quoting from Ephesians 4.
The Academic Affairs Committee report was given by Chairman Forrest Priest.
Following the report there was a motion and second to accept the report and committee
recommendations. Motion Carried.
A report was given by Don Brown, committee clerk, from the Executive Committee meeting
on February 17, 2014. There was a motion and second to adopt the Executive Committee’s
report as given. Motion carried.
Dr. Holmes presented the President’s Report and Recommendations to be presented to the
BMA of America. He also recommended Dr. Joel Slayton as the Kellar Award Nominee.
There was a motion and second to approve the President’s report and Recommendations
to be presented to the BMA of America, and the recommendation for the Kellar Award
Nominee. Motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned with prayer.
Judy McNeill, Secretary
Carol Shine, Assisting Secretary
BMA Seminary Trustee Meeting Minutes
April 29, 2014
Statehouse Convention Center—Izard Room
Trustees present were: Ray Adams, John Allen, Reggie Blake, Don Brown, Dennis
Knight, Judy McNeill, Tom Mitchell, Gary Murph, Danny Pitts, Forrest Priest, Mike Puckett,
Dean Soape, and Jerry Stacy. Also present were: Philip Attebery, Jamie Haguewood, Charley
Holmes, Brian Rickett, and Carol Shine.
Brian Rickett was recognized and asked to share his favorite scripture. Brother Rickett
read Ecclesiastes 1:1-10 in Hebrew. He then opened the meeting with prayer.
A new trustee and two returning trustees were recognized, with terms to expire in
2019.
The Trustee Minutes and Proceedings for February 17 and 18, 2014 were presented.
There was a motion and second to adopt the minutes as presented. Motion carried.
A Balance Sheet as of March 31, 2014 and a Profit and Loss for June 2013 through
March 2014 were reviewed by Dr. Holmes. There was a motion and second to approve these
financial reports as given by Dr. Holmes. Motion carried.
Dr. Attebery was recognized to present the Academic Affairs report. He presented
a list of the graduates for 2014 and recommended them for approval by the trustees. He
requested prayer for the graduates. Prayer was offered by Dr. Charley Holmes for the
graduates.
There was a motion and second to approve the Academic Affairs report as given by Dr.
Attebery. Motion carried.
There was a motion and second to approve establishing a new checking account for
handling loan funds. Motion carried.
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Dr. Holmes was recognized to give a development report.
There was a recommendation from the Retreat Committee for the trustee retreat on
September 25, 26, and 27, 2014.
There was a motion and second to approve the retreat committee’s report and
recommendation. Motion carried.
Danny Pitts announced that he would not stand as a candidate for Chairman this next
year due to his schedule.
The following officers were elected to serve the trustee board for the year 2014-2015:
Chairman: Tom Mitchell, Vice Chairman: Forrest Priest, Secretary: Judy McNeill,
and Asst. Secretary: Don Brown
There was a standing ovation for outgoing chairman Danny Pitts in appreciation of his
leadership as chairman.
Jamie Haguewood, nominee for new trustee, led in the closing prayer.
The meeting was adjourned.
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Carol Shine, Assisting Secretary
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DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Executive Director
Scott Attebery
P.O. Box 1749
Conway, AR 72033
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DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Annual Report
Scott Attebery, Executive Director
DiscipleGuide believes in your church. Why? Because your church has been bought
with the blood of Christ, called to the work of Christ, and placed under the rule of Christ.
No matter your location, your Sunday attendance, or your financial resources, your
church is valuable to the Kingdom of God –and therefore, it is valuable to DiscipleGuide.
We know who you are because we are one of you. We are an association of primarily
small churches. And that’s a positive. God does big things through small churches. That’s
why we want to invest in you.
Transitions
2014 will be a year of transitions for DiscipleGuide as two men of distinction will be
retiring. For 42 years, Charles Reddin has faithfully served our publishing ministry. In 1972,
editor C. O. Strong invited Charles Reddin to join the editorial staff of Baptist Publishing
House in Texarkana, TX. In a forty-two year career Brother Reddin’s hand has touched
such far-ranging projects as Girls’ Missionary Auxiliary publications to adult Sunday school
curriculum. Since 2000 Brother Reddin has filled the position of adult editor, where he
supervised the publication of all adult Sunday school curriculum projects.
After 33 years as director of the camp ministry at Daniel Springs, Bro. James Speer is
planning his retirement on Dec. 31 of 2014. He began his ministry as a music and youth
pastor at Temple Baptist Church in Little Rock, followed by First Baptist in Springhill, La.,
and Berean Baptist in Memphis, Tenn. He also pastored churches in Houston, Texas and
Baton Rouge, La., before taking the position at the camp in September 1979.
Camp Ministry
DiscipleGuide is excited about the future of our camp ministry. Every year, about three
thousand young souls visit Daniel Springs. More importantly, every year, we see hundreds
of those souls come to Christ. In 2013, we rejoiced to see 150 kids make professions of faith
in Christ at the camp. Brother Speer continues to do a great job investing in the youth of our
association.
More physical improvements have been made at the camp this year. Volunteers have
remodeled cabin interiors, replaced roofs, and constructed bridges. We still have plenty of
projects available if you are interested in getting involved.
Your kids need to go to camp this year. It’s a great opportunity for them to spend time
with Brother Speer in his last year as camp director. I can’t imagine a better way to honor
his legacy while being a part of the new era of camp ministry. Our new director will be on
hand all summer to get to know you and your kids. The future is bright for Daniel Springs.
Be sure to check out the camp schedule at danielspringscamp.com. And please
continue to support the camp through your prayers, attendance and offerings in 2014.
Conference Ministry
The Conference Division of DiscipleGuide Church Resources enjoyed a busy and
productive year in 2013. Conferences and workshops that focused on all age demographics
in the BMA were well attended and enjoyed by thousands of members of BMA churches.
Major conferences such as Pastors Oasis, National Senior Adult Conference and SOAR saw
solid attendance and resulted in great reviews by those who participated. Brother Donny
Parrish continues to do a great job providing quality conferences for our churches.
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2014 promises to be a great year as well. The Conference Division has been tasked by
the churches of the BMA to be more involved in our annual BMAA National Meeting in
April and has been meeting with the Committee on Arrangements on a consistent basis.
DiscipleGuide Conferences will produce volunteer Student Missions Bootcamp again this
year. The annual Pastor’s and Laymen’s Conference at the BMAA National Meeting will
continue to be produced by the Conference Division. SOAR is slated for July 1-3 at the
Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas. National Senior Adult Conference will be held at the Hyatt
Regency in Branson, Missouri, October 29-31. Pastors Oasis is scheduled for October 1416.
Check out discipleguide.org for more details and conference registration information.
Please support your Conference Ministry by your prayers and attendance in 2014.
Publishing Ministry
Everybody knows that our publishing ministry has been struggling for decades.
Over the past thirty years, publishing has reported declining sales. Seven years ago, the
decline accelerated and we hit a tipping point when the losses began threatening our cash
reserves. At that time, our auditor predicted that we had 6-7 years left if something didn’t
change. Efforts have been made each year to make the right changes that will put an end to
the trend. Nothing has worked. In fact, the trend has only accelerated.
Over the past ten years, our sales revenue has consistently been lower than our total
expenditures. Even as sales have dropped, our expenses have not.
Going into 2014, our financial staff was confident in our budget plan for the year. Although
we were still concerned about the sales trends, our forecast for the year looked stable.
But once the Winter 2013 quarterly financial reports were prepared, new concerns
were raised and our chief financial officer explained that our situation had changed for the
worse.
The auditor’s prediction from seven years ago was correct. Today, we have seen the
culmination of the thirty-year decline.
In our February board meeting, our auditor shared a “going concern” that if our
expenses were not quickly reduced, we would be out of money by August. Our board was
prepared to eliminate printing altogether if necessary. Thankfully, this is not necessary.
Solutions
If you look at our sales over the past fifteen quarters, you will see that sales of our
Compass and Compass large print lines have remained nearly unchanged. At the same
time, the combined sales of all of our other products have taken a 64% plunge. Just this last
quarter, for the first time in years, Compass and Compass large print sold more than all of
our other products combined.
You don’t have to look at the data for long without realizing what needs to happen.
Much like other DiscipleGuide products in the past such as VBS material, Focus
magazine, and Pastor’s Quest, we simply cannot afford to print children’s material anymore.
However, that doesn’t mean we won’t offer children’s curriculum. We are just changing the
way we deliver the “Kid’s Activity Sheets” and “Leader Guide” in order to save money.”
The idea is simple. After you purchase the literature on the DiscipleGuide website,
you are emailed a download link. Simply click the link to download, print, and copy your
literature. We began experimenting with this delivery system last year with our youth
literature. The DiscipleKids DVD, CD, and Visual Packs will continue to be offered as
physical products.
Our SOAR:lit youth material will continue to be offered through a digital subscription
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of only $11 dollars per student per year. SOAR:lit is written in conjunction with the theme
of our most popular summer conference, SOAR and SOAR:lit users receive extra amenities
at the conference.
We will continue to print Compass, Compass Large Print, and Compass Teacher
literature. Looking at our data, it is evident that this is what are churches want. However, we
will be discontinuing the Compass Point series due to low sales.
Necessary Changes
While the revenue form Compass is substantial, the costs to produce it are more substantial.
This is due to our structure.
In order to continue offering Compass, we are making some positive changes to our
production process. The people in your Sunday school won’t be able to tell the difference,
but our bottom line will.
To save money, we are going to maximize the assets we already have rather than
creating everything from scratch each quarter. This will allow us to significantly reduce
editorial, production, and administrative costs.
We have a goldmine of BMA writing from over 60 years of publishing. It’s the very
material our association was built on. We want to reintroduce our association to our
foundational beliefs.
This is not “warmed over” literature. Have you read any Dr. E. Harold Henderson
lately? It’s as timely today as the day it was written! Truth never goes out of date. The current
layout and design of Compass will remain the same and the content will continue to be
sound.
That’s why I’m excited about our upcoming Compass series. Beginning in the Fall,
Compass will get back to our BMA roots! Your church needs to know what we believe as
BMA Baptists. If we don’t know, then there is no need for us to exist.
These changes will allow us to streamline our production staff and make printing feasible. If
you want BMA publishing to continue, please, keep ordering Compass!
Your Order Matters to Us
We have a strong plan that will help us turn things around if our churches will continue
to invest in us. Otherwise, if at the end of any quarter this year, sales are unsustainable, we
will be forced to shut down publishing operations. This is not a false alarm –this is reality.
As you can see in our proposed budget, we are getting lean in order to make this work.
We are reducing staff and cutting salaries. We are willing to do what it takes because our
churches are worth investing in! Just like your family, we can’t spend what we don’t have.
Good stewardship requires that we work with what we have.
Relocation
That’s one of the main reasons our board is recommending relocating the Texarkana
offices to Conway. By this one move, we will be able to save, at minimum, an estimated
$58,000!
Recently, DiscipleGuide conducted a series of town-hall meetings in Mississippi,
Arkansas, Missouri and Texas. It was a joy to meet with pastors and share the vision for
relocating DiscipleGuide’s publishing offices from Texarkana, AR to the BMA Headquarters
building in Conway, AR.
Last April, BMA churches overwhelmingly approved a recommendation to physically
integrate Missions and Lifeword by relocating the Missions Department offices from Little
Rock, AR to the Headquarters building in Conway. In the same meeting, the association
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approved the DiscipleGuide Trustees’ recommendation to conduct a feasibility study
regarding the relocation of our Texarkana offices to Conway.
In June of 2013, after conducting the feasibility study, the DiscipleGuide board of
trustees voted to recommend relocation to the association at the April 2014 meeting. Since
that time, we have made efforts to communicate our intentions to the association so that
church messengers could be properly informed prior to the association meeting.
We believe that relocation of the Texarkana offices is a matter of being good stewards with
the resources God has provided for DiscipleGuide. Here are just a few of the factors that led
our Trustees to this decision:
• Sharing facilities with Missions and Lifeword will save us an estimated $58,000 per
year in maintenance and utility costs.
• Relocation will make communication easier between our publishing staff, conference
staff and production staff. (production and conference staff are already located in
Conway).
• Close proximity with Missions and Lifeword staff will aid us in working together.
The Future
If you believe in the future of BMA publishing, please continue ordering from
DiscipleGuide. Who knows, this may be the turning point that allows us to provide new
resources that we’ve always dreamed of. But, we need your support for that to happen.
What if God is preparing the way for something magnificent that is “above all that we ask
or think?”
We believe in your church and we want to invest in you. Right now, more than ever, we
need you to invest in us. Please continue to order literature from DiscipleGuide. Even more
importantly, please continue to pray for our ministry and for the ministry of the BMA of
America.
Recommendations
1. We recommend that Scott Attebery stand as a nominee for DCR executive director.
2. We recommend the adoption of the revised 2014 DCR budget.
3. We recommend the relocation of the DCR Texarkana offices to the Lifeword building in
Conway, Arkansas and the liquidation of the Texarkana properties.
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DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Board of Trustees
Minutes
July 12, 2013
Lifeword Media Ministries Board Room
Conway, Arkansas
The DiscipleGuide Church Resources (DCR) trustees met on Friday, July 12, 2013 in
the Board Room of Lifeword Media Ministries in Conway, Arkansas for their Mid-Year
Meeting. The following trustees were present along with DCR Executive Director Scott
Attebery: Aaron Middleton (chairman), Greg Medenwald (clerk), Jesslyn Spence, Lamar
Lee, Sam Hodges, Zane Clark, Donny Woods, Keith Head, David Norvell and Randy
Crudgington. Also present via the internet were trustees Shelby Race and Mark Livingston.
Trustee Chairman Aaron Middleton called the meeting to order, and called on trustee
Randy Crudgington to lead in prayer.
Chairman Middleton recognized Executive Director Scott Attebery to give his midyear report, which he began with the “2013 Relocation Study” and included the following
recommendations – “moving forward with the relocation effort”:
Board Actions
1. Recommend the relocation at the April, 2014 BMA national meeting.
2. Vote to pursue the possibility of selling the Texarkana property and relocation of offices
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new BMA headquarters building in Conway.
3. Begin immediately formulating and communicating a transition plan.
a. Board representatives accompany Scott to announce to Texarkana staff.
b. Contact leaders from each of the major states with BMA representation for input
into how (not if) to go about the transition.
c. Board representatives schedule and accompany Scott to state “town hall meetings”
in major BMA states.
Executive Director Actions
1. Implement communication strategy through media.
a. For customers
b. For vendors, writers, etc.
2. Contract with a commercial realtor to show the property if approved in April, 2014
national meeting.
a. Begin working behind the scenes prior to April.
3. Create a budget transition plan with CFO or other assistance.
4. Create s staff transition plan based upon budget transition plan.
a. Utilizing anticipated capital from sell of facility to catalyze process.
5. Empty warehouse as soon as possible.
a. Transfer marketable inventory to Complete Printing.
b. Donate or write-off non-marketable inventory and report “below the line”.
c. Terminate Warehouse Manager Position.
6. Create logistical plan based upon quarterly activity.
a. Equipment/furniture liquidation.
b. Prepare building for sale.
7. Create and implement individual transition plans/goals for employees.
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Additional Recommendations
(Warehouse and Inventory Plan)
1. Conduct a detailed study on each inventory item to determine marketability and value.
2. Determine which items justify physical inventory based upon the study. Move these items
immediately to Complete Printing’s facility.
3. Determine which items should have first priority for digitization (POD) based upon the
study.
4. Determine which items should be archived for future digitization (POD) based upon the
study.
5. Donate or eliminate items which do not justify physical inventory and record on annual
financials “below the line” in order to provide a clear picture of the action taken.
Provide a notated explanation.
6. After the warehouse is emptied, terminate the warehouse supervisor position.
Discussion followed.
A motion was made and seconded to adopt the report and recommendations. The motion
passed.
A motion was made and seconded to adjourn. The motion passed, and trustee Greg
Medenwald closed the meeting in prayer.
Aaron Middleton, Chairman
Greg Medenwald, Clerk
DiscipleGuide Church Resources Board of Trustees Minutes
September 26-27, 2013 DiscipleGuide Office Texarkana, Arkansas
Thursday, September 26, 2013
The DiscipleGuide Church Resources (DCR) trustees met on Thursday and Friday,
September 26-27, 2013 at the DiscipleGuide Office in Texarkana, Arkansas for their Midyear Meeting. Trustees Aaron Middleton (Chairman), Sam Hodges, David Norvell, Zane
Clark, Andy Comer, Randy Crudgington, Mike Jenkins, Mark Livingston, Lamar Lee and
Greg Medenwald (clerk) were present with DCR Executive Director Scott Attebery.
Trustee Chairman Aaron Middleton called the meeting on Thursday morning to order at 10:45, trustee Andy Comer led in prayer, and Executive Director Scott Attebery was
recognized to give his midyear report which he began with a overview video of the various
departments and agencies of the Baptist Missionary Association of America and how
those departments and agencies are working together for the cause of Christ. Director Attebery, in addition to speaking about numerous general subjects relating to DCR, reported
on the publishing ministry, website, camp ministries, the development of universal DCR
core values, finances, and self-evaluation and goals. A motion was made and seconded to
approve the report. After discussion, the motion passed.
The meeting dismissed for lunch.
The trustees reconvened for the afternoon session on Thursday at 1:30, and Chairman Middleton recognized Camp Director James Speer to report on the camp ministry.
Director Speer reported briefly on the camp ministry, spoke about his retirement scheduled for December 31, 2014, and assisted the trustees in the associational mandated evaluation of the DCR Executive Director. Trustee Randy Crudgington led in a special prayer
for James Speer and the camp ministry.
Chairman Middleton recognized Publishing Ministry Director Jerome Cooper to
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report on the publishing ministry. Director Cooper reported briefly on his recovery from
surgery, his return to a full work load, and expressed gratitude to the Board of Trustees
and Executive Director Attebery for supporting him during the surgery and recovery
period. He also reported on the transitions necessitated by the future plans to move the
publishing division to Conway, Arkansas, the discontinuance of some DCR publications
and changes in other publications, publication sales, the future of the publishing ministry,
and assisted the trustees in the associational mandated evaluation of the DCR Executive
Director. Trustee Aaron Middleton led in a special prayer for Jerome Cooper and the
publishing ministry.
Via the internet, Conference Ministry Director Donny Parrish was recognized by
Chairman Middleton to report on the conference ministry. Director Parrish gave a quick
overview of all the conferences offered by DCR Conference Ministry, spoke about specific
issues relating to some of the conferences, and further reported on SOAR literature for
students. He also spoke complimentary about his assistant Patricia Kimbrow, and positively about factors brought about by the limited merging of the ministries of DiscipleGuide,
Lifeword and the Department of Missions in Conway, Arkansas. The trustees also sought
his assistance on the associational mandated evaluation of the Executive Director, and to
offer insight on how the DCR trustees could more effectively lead the department. Trustee
David Norvell led in a special prayer for Donny Parrish and the conference ministry.
General discussion about the role of the trustees, and the role of the Executive Director, in the comprehensive and future ministry and purpose of DCR followed the conference ministry report.
Chairman Middleton recognized trustee Randy Crudgington to lead in the subcommittee report of the Finance Committee. A motion was made and seconded to accept
the following recommendations of the Finance Committee: Recommend approving the
projected budget for fiscal year 2014, recommend designating $24,000 of the Executive
Director’s salary for housing allowance for fiscal year 2014, recommend continuing a 6%
retirement for all full time DiscipleGuide employees as reflected in the projected budget.
The motion passed.
The Thursday afternoon session was dismissed in prayer by Trustee Mark Livingston.
Friday, September 27, 2013
Trustee Chairman Aaron Middleton called the Friday morning, September 27, 2013
session to order at 9:00, and led in prayer.
The first item of business was the associational mandated evaluation of the Executive
Director, and the forming of recommendations relating to the position of Executive Director. These findings were expressed to Director Attebery by Chairman Middleton later in
the session.
Mark Livingston and Andy Comer were elected to serve with Mike Jenkins on the
Personnel Committee.
Chairman Middleton called for miscellaneous business.
A motion was made and seconded to authorize the trustee officers in conjunction
with the Executive Director to review the DCR “By-Laws and Procedures” and bring a
report and recommendations to the committee in the February meeting. The motion
passed.
A motion was made and seconded to authorize the Personnel Committee in conjunction with the Executive Director to consider how DCR could best acknowledge the retirement of James Speer as Camp Ministry Director scheduled for December 31, 2014, and to
recognize him at that time. The motion passed.
A motion was made and seconded to adjourn until the February meeting. The mo-
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Aaron Middleton, Chariman
Greg Medenwald, Clerk
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September 26-27, 2013 DiscipleGuide Office Texarkana, Arkansas
The DiscipleGuide Church Resources trustees met at the DiscipleGuide office on
Friday, February 21, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. for the Pre-Associational Meeting. Trustees Aaron
Middleton (Chairman), Greg Medenwald (Clerk), David Norvell, Mike Jenkins, Shellby
Race, Lamar Lee, Jesslyn Spence, Sam Hodges and Keith Head were present with Financial
Officer Ronnie Green, Conference Minstry Director Donny Parrish, and DCR Executive
Director Scott Attebery.
Trustee Chairman Aaron Middleton called the meeting to order, and called on
trustee Greg Medenwald to lead in prayer.
Chairman Middleton recognized Renda Stuart of Grier, Reeves and Lawley, P.C. to
give an overview of DCR finances. A motion was made and seconded to approve the recommendation of the trustee Audit/Budget Committee to adopt the financial report. The
motion passed.
Executive Director Scott Attebery was recognized to give his report which he started
with a quick overview of the conference and camp ministries which included an update
on the search for a new Camp Director, and then he proceeded to the publishing ministry
for a more detailed report. Director Attebery also recognized Conference Ministry Director Donny Parrish to speak to the matter of DCR publishing, especially on the subject
of digital publishing. A scenario for moving only to digital publishing was presented by
Director Attebery, and discussed by the director and committee. A motion was made and
seconded to approve the Executive Director’s report, which included recommendations to
move immediately to digital publishing only.
A motion was made by the trustee Personnel Committee to present Scott Attebery to
stand as a nominee before the BMAA in Annual Session in April of 2014 for the position
of DCR Executive Director. The motion received a second, and then passed.
Trustee Keith Head led in prayer before the noon break.
After the noon break, Chairman Middleton recognized Director Attebery to speak
about the
search for a Director of Camp Ministries.
Chairman Middleton reported on the meeting that he and Director Attebery had
with the BMAA Coordinating Council.
A relocation report was given by Director Attebery. The relocation effort to the Lifeword /BMAA Headquarters Building in Conway, Arkansas could begin as early as June 6.
New business items were discussed briefly: Proposed Integrated Departmental Structure matters, Coordinating Council Recommendation about the BMAA Foundation.
Aaron Middleton was elected as the Chairman of the Trustees, Randy Crudgington
was elected as the Vice-Chairman, Greg Medenwald was elected as Clerk, and Jesslyn
Spence was elected as the Assistant Clerk.
The trustees considered the matters of the “Board of Directors Self-Evaluation”.
The board discussed the retirement of Charles Reddin and James Speer, and how
their retirements could be recognized by the association.
A motion was made and seconded to adjourn. The motion passed, and Chairman
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Aaron Middleton closed the meeting in prayer.
Aaron Middleton, Chairman
Greg Medenwald, Clerk
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Board of Trustees
Minutes
April 29, 2014
Little Rock, Arkansas
The Board of Trustees of DiscipleGuide Church Resources met on Tuesday,
April 29, 2014, at 1:30 p.m., in connection with the 65th annual session of the Baptist Missionary Association of America, in the Miller room of the State House Convention Center
in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Present with DCR Executive Director Scott Attebery and Executive Assistant
Thomas Mobly were trustees Aaron Middleton (chairman), Greg Medenwald (clerk), Zane
Clark, Keith Head, Jesslynn Spence, Randy Crudgington, Mike Jenkins, Mark Livingston,
David Norvell, Lamar Lee and Shelby Race. DCR Camp Director James Speer and trustee
nominee for the 2019 term Zach Bowen were also present.
Executive Director Scott Attebery began the meeting by introducing Jason and
Jessica Prewittt to the trustees, and announcing that he and Camp Director James Speer
would soon publicly announce that Jason, in view of the December 31, 2014 retirement of
James Speer, would become the new Director of Daniel Springs Camp and assume all the
duties of the DCR Camp Director. Director Attebery spoke then to other matters about
the camping ministry.
Trustee Chairman Aaron Middleton recognized Director Attebery to give his
general report to the trustees. Director Attebery proceeded to report on DCR matters
including publishing Harold Henderson doctrinal materials for Sunday School, DiscipleGuide website issues, Patricia Kimbrow’s duties as the customer service agent, I-Call
services, the hiring of a new accountant, recognizing the retirements of Charles Reddin
and James Speer, and the help of Louis Ortega.
The sale of the Texarkana properties was discussed.
Director Attebery reported on the conference ministry, and then recognized
James Speer to speak about the camping ministry. Director Speer spoke about camping
matters including the process of selecting Jason Prewitt as the future director, the transition finances, and background checks for the upcoming camping season.
Chairman Middleton encouraged the trustees to be of service at the DiscipleGuide display in the association’s exhibit hall, announced future meetings, and recognized
trustees Randy Crudgington, Keith Head, Mark Livingston and himself to dismiss the
meeting in prayer.
Aaron Middleton, Chairman
Greg Medenwald, Cerk
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Department of Missions
Executive Director
Dr. John David Smith
P.O. Box 878
Conway, AR 72033
501-455-4977
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Annual Report 2014
BMAA Department of Missions
Dr. John David Smith, Executive Director
Thank you for your continued support of BMAA global missions. Even though we
have some trends that we need to discuss and address in our giving patterns to missions as
an association, we are blessed and grateful for your partnership in global missions.
For the past two years we have been beating the drum for church multiplication in
the United States. This multiplication vision is reflected in the Word of God, which is a
missionary narrative from Genesis to Revelation. The Gospels are the record of the Sent
One preparing 12 men to “live sent” and turn the world upside down. The book of Acts
is the missionary story as it continues to unfold. The epistles were basically all written to
church planters or brand new churches. The point is that the New Testament was written
in a context of mission and multiplication. It was not written in the context of a mere
intellectual pursuit of God; rather, it was written in the realm of true discipleship which
calls for surrender, sacrifice, and suffering.
In Colossians chapter 4, Paul ends his letter to the believers in Colossae by sending
greetings from all the people on his ministry team who were with him in Rome. Someone
has said that if you count all the people that Paul prepared and empowered in ministry
throughout his twenty-year ministry, you would come up with over 120 people. Some of
those people are listed in Col. 4. It is my prayer that God will give me and each of you a Col.
4 list when our lives and ministries come to an end. This represents spiritual multiplication
and missions at its best.
Celebration
It has recently been brought to my attention how poorly we acknowledge things in our
lives that should be cause for celebration. Here are a few things that we celebrate from this
past year in BMAA missions.
• We have more missionaries right now than at any time in the 62 year history of our
association.
• All 11 missionary families elected in 2013 are now either on their field or in language
training.
• The 65/35 plan allowed all these families to go AND we had more given to the general
fund in 2013 than in 2012.
• The BMA churches in CO are poised to double in the next few years as they seek to
plan new churches.
• The survivability of BMA church plants has experienced a drastic increase due to the
assessment, coaching, and training systems in place.
• International training has become much more effective with DCPI, Multiplication
Workshop, and Leadership Skills.
• Pre-field training and assessment are having a very positive affect on recruiting,
equipping, and sending missionaries.
• Missionary Care has helped to sustain missionary families on the field who otherwise
may have been forced to resign.
• BMMI went to eleven different countries last year with medical teams.
• Missions and Lifeword should be occupying the newly reconfigured BMAA building
in Conway by July 2014.
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Multiplication in the U.S.
As mentioned in the prior section, the emphasis on church multiplication in the
U.S. is still at the forefront of our vision. We are beginning to see a marked increase in
the awareness and conversations about our churches planting churches. We need to see
that transition into action. We commend the various state missions departments of our
association for their faithfulness and fruit in the church planting process.
Bro. Larry Barker continues to do a great job leading our efforts for church planting in
the U.S. I honor him here in this report by simply informing you concerning his diligence
in North American church planting. Thanks Bro. Larry.
We remind you that churches reproduce, missions offices do not!! Every missions
department at every level in our association exists to help the local church fulfill the mission
of God; the churches do not exist to help mission offices fulfill their respective agendas!
We recognize the efforts of Jamie and Rebecca Jones and the entire church family in
Smithville, MO. We rejoice with them in the new church that has been planted, and we pray
they will multiply many times until Jesus comes.
Finances
Our finances are holding steady in spite of a couple of trends that have our attention.
One, the gradual decrease in giving from our churches over the past ten years continues.
Two, our budget has been overly dependent on large contributions from individuals. We
have addressed these situations in a number of proactive steps. We will continue to both
trust our abundant God and be as faithful as possible in our stewardship of those funds
entrusted to us.
The good news is that God does indeed continue to meet our needs and allow us to
go forward. As stated in the bullet point under the “celebration section” of this report, the
65/35 system of support has allowed us to send several new missionary families to the field
AND the contributions to the general fund increased in 2013 from 2012. We are thankful
to the Lord for leading us, and we are thankful for your faithful support.
Missionary Care
Bro. Jerry Kidd and Sarah (Hebert) Hamilton are doing a good job of getting our
Missionary Care program where it needs to be. Missionary Care includes: pre-field training,
crisis counseling, continuing education on the field, emergency medical attention, and
much more. Missionary Care has been responsible for helping to keep BMAA missionary
families on the field and ministering in a fruitful manner.
International Missions
Phil Knott has adjusted well into his new role as the director of international missions. He
has been tasked with the specific work of increasing the leadership quotient on international
fields while decreasing the financial dependency on outside funds. Much progress was
made in this area in 2013. We want to ensure that we are helping our national brothers do
the work and not doing it for them. We also are interested in funding ministries that are
reproducing disciples and churches. We are very thankful for the steps that have been taken.
I also honor Bro. Phil here for his hard work and extended trips he makes in order to carry
out his ministry. Thanks Bro. Phil.
BMMI
Dr. Ralph Izard led a busy ministry in 2013. BMMI visited eleven different countries with
medical teams and witnessed thousands of people coming to Christ. I appreciate Dr. Izard
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and his attempts to make the ministry of BMMI the most effective it can be to long-term
ministries in the countries where they visit.
There are plans to develop long range goals in specific countries in the area of hygiene and
nutrition. This long-term view will pay great dividends for a long time.
If you do not know Dr. Izard, I encourage you to invite him to your church and allow him
to share the important ministry of BMMI. Dr. Izard is an amazing man in all of his travels
and dedication to the ministry that God has called him to.
Integration
The process of integration with Lifeword continues to go well. We are praying that our
churches will approve the proposal from Discipleguide to be a part of the integration also.
At the level of synergy and cooperation, the integration has already been a tremendous
blessing. In relation to the relocation of the missions department to Conway, that is
scheduled to take place in July 2014. We are looking forward to being in one place and our
efficiency in God’s mission and our service to the churches of the BMAA increasing even
more. At the writing of this article, our property in Little Rock is still on the market.
Thanks
I have very special thanks to convey to the office personnel in our department. They have
worked with focus and dedication for many years. The process of integration has affected
them as much or more than any other group of people. I am thankful for their flexibility
and patience throughout this process. They really have exhibited, through their attitude and
actions, that the Lord’s work and the advancement of our associational missions program
are greater than any individual.
I want to acknowledge them here by name. At this point, Karen Keathley and Linda
Thompson and will continue in their service in accounting. Jamie Morgan will serve in
short term missions leadership. We honor the others who are not planning to continue
as we relocate to Conway. Doris Dickey (BMMI), Kathy Boyd (Gleaner/ Mission:World),
Hazel Brewer (Office Manager), and Jim Brewer (Warehouse Manager) have all served with
great distinction. Thank you all for your ministry through our department.
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BMA Missions
Calendar 2014 Budget
Income & Expenses
First
Quarter
Second
Quarter
Third
Quarter
Fourth
Quarter
Total
Non-Designated Income:
Church Contributions
Individual Contributions
675,067
2,000,000
690,888
-
744,977
-
692,561
2,803,494
-
2,000,000
-
350,000
World Mission Sunday Campaign
265,000
85,000
Interest Income
Sub-total Non-Designated Income
8,828
2,948,895
8,828
784,716
8,828
753,805
8,828
701,389
19,964
17,019
17,046
16,921
70,951
8,616
4,496
8,365
4,964
26,441
35,312
5,188,806
Designated Budget Income:
International Literature
Other Designated Income
Sub-total Designated Income
Total Income
28,580
21,515
25,411
21,885
97,391
2,977,475
806,231
779,217
723,274
5,286,197
General Expenses
Associational Expense
946
8,518
-
-
9,464
11,690
3,560
-
-
15,250
Auto Expense-Office Vehicles
812
812
812
812
Conferences for Directors
-
-
500
1,500
2,000
1,400
1,400
1,400
1,400
5,600
Audit
Cottage Expense
3,247
General Miscellaneous Expense
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
4,200
Supplies
1,250
1,250
1,250
1,250
5,000
2,041
Insurance - Workers Compensation
510
510
510
510
Insurance - Vehicle-Office
534
534
534
534
2,137
Leases - Office Equipment
5,085
5,085
5,085
5,085
20,340
Missionary Assessment, Orientation
5,250
5,250
5,250
5,250
21,000
Missionary Care
8,750
8,750
8,750
8,750
35,000
25,000
Multiplication Movement
6,250
6,250
6,250
6,250
Office Equipment
1,250
1,250
1,250
1,250
5,000
Postage Expense
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
8,000
Repairs & Maintenance
4,313
4,313
4,313
4,313
17,251
109,297
105,557
103,758
108,956
427,567
Severance Pay Fund
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
20,000
Symposium Expense
-
-
5,000
-
5,000
Travel Expense
6,600
6,600
6,600
6,600
26,400
Salaries & Benefits
Telephone Expense
4,015
4,015
4,015
4,015
16,061
Training
1,250
1,250
1,250
1,250
5,000
Utilities - Gas/Electric
2,293
2,293
2,293
2,293
9,172
Warehouse Expense
1,879
1,879
1,879
1,879
7,514
Website Expense
BMA Service Team
Sub-total General Expenses
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
8,000
71,063
72,837
73,696
75,828
293,424
254,486
251,963
244,444
247,775
998,668
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BMA Missions
Calendar 2014 Budget
Income & Expenses
First
Quarter
Second
Quarter
Third
Quarter
Fourth
Quarter
Total
International Expenses
Auto Insurance
674
674
674
674
2,696
Auto Repairs Int'l-Furlough Vehicles
450
450
450
450
1,800
11,784
11,784
11,784
11,784
47,137
500
500
500
500
2,000
Furlough Expense
4,500
4,500
4,500
4,500
18,000
Language School
11,750
11,750
11,750
11,750
47,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
6,000
13,750
13,750
13,750
13,750
55,000
15,000
Benevolence Ministry
Deputation
Miscellaneous
Passage & Shipping Expense
Professional Fees-Residence/Legal
Publications
Salaries
3,750
3,750
3,750
3,750
24,148
24,148
24,148
24,148
96,591
676,456
676,456
676,456
676,456
2,705,822
Seminaries / Bible Institutes
28,346
28,346
28,346
28,346
113,382
Training & Seminars
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
Travel Expense
10,250
10,250
10,250
10,250
41,000
7,500
7,500
7,500
7,500
30,000
820,357
820,357
820,357
820,357
3,281,428
7,500
500
3,000
7,500
500
3,000
7,500
500
3,000
7,500
500
3,000
30,000
2,000
12,000
Tuition
Sub-total - International Expenses
North American Expenses
Coaching
Deputation
Moving / Storage
Salaries & Benefits
Administration - Salaries / Benefits
23,252
23,252
23,252
23,252
93,009
171,242
7,500
5,750
3,250
221,995
175,063
7,500
5,750
3,250
225,816
185,063
7,500
5,750
3,250
235,816
209,063
7,500
5,750
3,250
259,816
740,432
30,000
23,000
13,000
943,441
Grand-total Expense
1,296,838
1,298,135
1,300,617
1,327,947
5,223,538
Net Income
1,680,637
Self Support - Salaries / Benefits
Training - Domestic & Conferences
Travel Expense - NA Director
Travel Expense Missionaries- Assoc/Symposium
Sub-total - North American Expenses
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(491,904)
(521,400)
(604,674)
62,659
Recommendations from Missionary Advisory Committee
We recommend the election of Jamshed Hadyat as North American church planter in the
greater Chicagoland area at a $2,000 a month stipend.
We recommend the election of Trevor Dodson as an associate missionary to work with Ali
Chambers in Memphis, TN., at a stipend of $2,000 a month.
We recommend the election of B.J. Sanders as international missionary to Papau New
Guinea.
We recommend that we endorse Anders Lee as North American church planter to DeSoto
County, MS.
We recommend a change of roles for Buddy Johnson to become Training Coordinator for
International Missions.
We recommend that Buddy Johnson move to a regularly funded missionary salary and that
he will be allowed to use 40% of the finances he raises for the trips he takes.
We recommend that national Michel Poirer be allowed to make more frequent trips to Haiti
to help with the new church plants and to do more fundraising for Haiti.
We recommend the election of Justin Burdick as an Associate North American Church
Planter to work with Anders Lee in Southaven, MS. at a stipend of $1,000 a month
We recommend that the Missions Office become part of an LLC initiated for shared ownership of the Conway campus and for classifying shared employees.
We recommend a change of fields for international missionary Fil Kakilala from Hawaii to
the Philippines.
We recommend a change of status for Prashant Prakash from National missionary to American missionary Status
We recommend a status change for Sarah Hebert Hamilton from the Philippines to Missionary Care.
We recommend the approval of the 2014 budget.
We recommend that the salary of Ashraf Sara be the same instead of reducing his salary
after three years, but this salary would be examined annually.
We recommend the pilot church planting program in Colorado.
We recommend a change in the BMAA Coordinating Council (2005), Article VII, D. to
say “Department of Missions: Annually, this association shall elect an Executive Director
of Missions, who may recommend Directors of Operations to be approved by the Advisory
Committee and the Association or Missionary Committee, who will work together in the
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promotion of missions and in the distribution, according to the will of the churches, of all
funds submitted to them.”
We recommend the housing allowance for all directors be set at $24,000.00 for the year
2014.
We recommend that Dr. John David Smith stand as a nominee for the position of Executive
Director of Missions.
(Clerk’s note: The following recommendations were added to the report at the national
meeting)
We recommend the election of Sean Richards as international missionary to Papa New
Guinea.
We recommend the acceptance of Wade Allan’s resignation.
NATIONAL MISSIONARIES FOR 2014
ARGENTINA
ALBERTO LOPEZ
BENIN
TOUGLO BRUNO
MAXIME ADIFON
BOLIVIA
DAVID FLORES
BRAZIL
JAREDE VIEIRA SOUZA
HAVENILTON DOS REIS
VALMIR JOSE
JOSE RODRIGUES
CARMELIO ARAUJA
GEORGIRAN VANDERLEY
MARCIO SILVA
ANTONIO LEMOS
FRANCISCO PAES
SAMUEL LUIZ
COSME SANTOS
VIAGENS
BURKINA FASO
PIERRE WINNE
SIA WUNI
SIA EDMUND
STEPHEN AGANDA
SIA ABABERI
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ALPHONSE Z NAKOULMA
DANIEL M. NAHIRE
MICHEL NAM FOUSSENI
EMIL A. NACOULMA
EMMANUEL KOUGRE
JEAN OUENA
ROGER KABOURE
CHRISTOPHER QUENA
MOSES OUERAOGA
RAMPANT NACOULMA
CAMBODIA
DR. FIL TABAYOYONG
DANY & JOSEPH SENG
COUT NOUT
EVORN
RATANA AN
SOKNA MEI
CAPE VERDE
EUDO RODRIGUES
OLAVO MARIDA DA LUZ
CESAR BENROS
NELSON AMEIDA
SIDNEY DIAS GOMES
ARILSON GOMEZ
CHILE
PABLO MUNOZ
COSTA RICA
JAIRO BONILLA PENA
CARLOS OLIVAS
ROGER RAMIREZ REDONDO
LEONEL MORENO
GERSON ORELLANA
JULIA RAMOS
FRANCISCO MEDINA
PABLO CADENAS
LUIS ARIAS SOTO
MARVIN SEGURA
ALBERTO ORDONEZ
VICO SOLANO
CZECH REPUBLIC
JAN ZAVREL
MILAN BULAK
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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
BANDU LEON
DOMINCAN REPUBLICAN
RAMON PAULINO
OMAR CASTILLO
EGYPT
WASSIM JERJES
ATEF LABIB
ASSAAD MAMDOUH
GENTLEMAN NABIL
RIDA ADELI
GIRGIS SADEK
EL SALVADOR
RIGOBERTO JIMENEZ
ANCELMO MONTERROSA
MARVIN EMIR MONTERROSA LOPEZ
GHANA ACQUAH HAYFORD
ADOM SOLOMON
ADU BOAHENE
ADUAYIRE ELIJAH
AFRIYIE BIMPONG FRED
AKESSE HAYFORD
AKWASI ACHEAMPONG
AKWASI AFRIYIE
AKWASI ELIJAH
ALEX K. ATTRAM
ALEX OFORI
ALEXANDER ALHASSAN
ALEXANDER ARTHUR
ALFRED AGYEMANG
ALO JONATHAN
AMANFO KWAKU
AMOAH DANIEL
AMOS BADMARIGU
ANDREWS ABEBRESE
ASANTI RICHARD
ASARE ANDREWS
ATTA POKU
AUGUSTINE BOADU
AWAKO EDMUND
BABA COLLINS DIEBA
BERNARD ASARE
BOAKYE YAW
BRIGHT MENSAH
CLEMENT OWUSU
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COLLINS AMOAKO
DANIEL ADUBOFOUR
DANIEL BAAN
DANIEL NKETIA
DANIEL S. DONGZEE
DAVID ALI
DAVID BEBLE
DAVID SAPAK
DERIKO GEORGE
DICKSON AGYIE
DICKSON DARKO
DOGLAS ANKRA DOMINIC ANARFO
E.S. NKETIA
EBENEZER ADU
EBENEZER K. BANI
EBENEZER KUMAH
EBENEZER TETTAH
EBENEZER YIDANA
ELIJAH ADUA
EMMANUEL AGYIR
EMMANUEL AKPOR
EMMANUEL AGYE LARBI
EMMANUEL G. TAMPURI
EMMANUEL K. YIN
EPHSON OWUSU
ERICK KWARTENG
ERNEST AGYEKUM
EZEKIEL AGYARE
FELIX BUKARI
FRANK YEBOAH
GEKYE FRANCIS
GEORGE OPOKU
GEORGE SACKITEY
GILBERT CRABBE
ISAAC K. MENSAH
ISAAC KWAKYE AFRIM
ISAAC KWAW
ISAAC NKRUMAH
JACOB BASAH
JACOB FUSEINE
JAMES AWEDOBA
JAMES OKANTEY
JAMES NASAMU
JAMES YEBOAH
JERRY AMOAKO
JOHN AYENSU
JOHN BAMARIGU
JOHN KENNEDY KARIKARI
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JOHN KYEREMATENG
JOHN NONDIA
JOHN OPAMBOUR
JOHN TSEKYI
JOSEPH A. AYARNA
JOSEPH NKETIA
JOSHUA TALAN
JOSHUA YAKUBU
JOYCE YIADOM DANSO
JUDE AMOANI AFARI
JUSTICE BINEY
KWABENA AFRIYIE
KWABENA TIA
KWARTENG PRINCE
KYEI BAFFOUR ISAAC
MANTEY FRANCIS
MARK ADA
MARLO GEORGE
MOSES ATISO
MOSES IDDRISU
MOSES MOARI
NANA BONSU
NOAH CODJOE
NULE MANASSEH
ODURO ANIN
OFUSU AFRIYIE
OPARI CHARLES
OPOKU AGYEMANG DAVID
OPOKU SAMUEL
OSEI BOAKYE DANIEL
OSEI YAW
OWUSU SAMUEL
PAUL AWUPURI
PETER ANTWI BOASIAKO
PETER SARKODIE
PETER TAPORI
PRINCE APITY
RANSFORD APPERTTEY
RICHARD ANINING
RICHARD DOGBE
RICHARD OWUSU NKRUMAH
ROBERT ASENSO
ROBERT WINNERMAN
ROCKSON TETTEH
SAKPAKU MAXWELL
SAMPSON AGBLEVOR
SAMPSON MEISU
SAMUEL ADONGO
SAMUEL ANANE
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SAMUEL BABA
SAMUEL DONKOR
SAMUEL KODWO
SAMUEL LORD ANARFI
SAMUEL OPOKU
SETH AKONNORTEY
SOLOMON AKELEMBONA
SOLOMON AZUMAH
STANDFORD TAWIAH
STEPHEN APPIAH
STEPHEN ATUA OPARE
STEPHEN NLOI
STEPHEN OHENE DJAN
TANYAN ISAAC
THOMAS BAZIEME
THOMPSON LARBIK
TIMOTHY AMBLASO
WILFRED DAWURAH
WILLIAM AMETEPE
WILLIAM AYITTEY
WILLIAM T. AZUMAH
WISDOM NYAWUDI
YAW ADANSI
YAW COMBAT
YAW OFORI
GUATEMALA
DAVID MARROQUIN
GUINEA
SAYNAY SAYPAY
HONDURAS
DENIS LOPEZ
ARNOLD MALDONADO
JESUS ADELMO HERNANDEZ
JOSE JUAN ZELAYA
LENIN PERDOMO
RICARDO HERRERA RAMIREZ
MARVIN CARCAMO CANTILLANO
RAUL AYALA
MARVIN MIGUEL
EDWIN QUINTANILLA
JUAN HERRERA
MIGUEL VASQUEZ
JOSE HERIBERTO AGUIRRE
HONG KONG
JOHN RAY VALLEJARA
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INDIA
PRASHANT PRAKASH
GEORGE LUTHER
PRADEEP BORDE (PUNE)
JEREMIAH SHETTI
MICHAEL YANGAD
BALASAHEB SALVE
ANAND TRIBHUWAN
JOHN MANDLIK
SUNIL SANGALE
ASHOK UZGARE
IVORY COAST
SEHI ALEXANDER
KANGBEI MEAND
SAON GUIRO GABRIEL
KAH SISSO BENOT
JULIEN GBEO
BAIBO LUCIEN
BAH MATHIEU
GNANDE CLAUDE
BARBO WARSI
BLAWA KWASI
ONORA MANSAYE
NUMWEH FRANCOIS
GUEI BERTIN
BROU LAURENT
KOHOU MICHELE
KOFFI K. SOSTAENE
NACOULMA EMMANUEL
JAPAN
TSUTOMU UDONISHI
KOREA
KWANG HO LEE
BYENG KI SO
LAOS
JOY VARGAS
LEBANON
RABIH WAZIR
BASSAM HADDAD
FARID LAHOUD
RASEM MERHI
JOUMAA KHALIL
NADA HADDAD
224
LIBERIA
JOSEPH GOYOUR
DAVID DOCO
SAMUEL KPAYEH
SAMUEL GAYLAH
ROBERT DOCO
PETERSON DAYE
KENNETH GRUPEE
JONATHAN DAYE
AUSTIN WAMAH
BEN SEBEH
DAVID KPEAYEH
GAYE TOGBASI
MOSES TARR
SAMUEL GBARGLAY
AUSTINE COOPER
HARRISON KORSA
JAMES GAYE
PETER SAHN
ABRAHAM J. CHEYEE
JERRY WAMAH
MATTHEW KWENAH
ABRAHAM CHEYEE
PRINCE JESSE
BENOLIE SAYWAHN
BOB WILLIAM DEAN
TIMOTHY TOGBASI
MALI
OUSMANE TANDINA
MAURITANIA
EZZAT SHEHATA
MEXICO
ALONSO RUBIO
AURELIO PAVON
ELISEO GARCIA MALPICA
RICARDO PALAZUELOS
JOSUE OSORIO
MIGUEL MARTINEZ
FRANCISCO ROSAS
SANTIAGO ZAVALA
CORNELIO HERNANDEZ
ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ
ARMANDO CUEVAS
JACINTO HERNANDEZ
OCTAVIANO BAUTISTA
SANTIAGO PASCUAL
225
ANDRES RIVERA
RUBEN HERNANDEZ
JUVENTINO GUTIERREZ
HONORIO VELASQUEZ
HERMINIO ARISTA
FLORINTINO BAUTISTA
JOSE M. ZAVALA
MARCOS RODRIGUEZ
MANUEL MARTINEZ
JORGE PASCUAL
MICRONESIA
REMY BULOHABO
MYANMAR
MYINT AUNG
LAL RAM THANGA (RAMA)
STEVEN ZUALA
PAW TUN OO
MYINT WIN
NICARAGUA
OSCAR GAITAN
CARLOS MARTINEZ
SINDULFO GOMEZ
PEDRO TORRES
HENRY TELLEZ
NOE MARTINEZ
BISMARK TRUJILLO
NOEL QUINTERO
LUIS MEJIA
JOE CARTER
DANIEL GUEVARA
NIGER
ETIENNE LANKOANDE
NIGERIA
SAMUEL BABATUNDE
IFEDAYO ADENIYI
CHARLES ADEYEMI
PAUL AKINTOLA
OLAOYE GBADEBO
FRANCIS ALOBA
VICTOR TIJANI
MOHAMMED O. PHILIPS
CHRISTOPHER DELE OKEBEDAN
FRANCIS EBO
SUNDAY OSINOWO
226
JOSEPH SAKABA
JAMES UGWU
SUNDAY NWANKOW
AMOS O. ASHADE
FELIX O. OWASANNOYE
MICHAEL ADENIYI
FOLORUNSO OLUBUNMI
ADESINA MIKE
PANAMA
RONALD MURILLO
PERU
ANDRES TINOCO
RICHARD OSCANOA TINOCO
PHILIPPINES
OTHELO CACERES (ALLEN)
VINCENT FERRER
WARREN PAGUNTAN
RIZZAMER BALLON
RONALD BALLON
DANNY GRACILLA
ELVIS GRANADILLA
JENALYN HADAP
DAHLIA VELASCO
NORIEL DONESA (NEWSOM)
ALDREN SALIDO
EDGAR DORDAS
ABRAHAM CABAYA
ARLAN CASIDSID
AMER LIBUNA
DANILO ARSENIO
DOMINADOR CANJA
EDWARD DORILLO
EDWIN DELMO
EFRAIM LACUPA
FORTUNATO MINOSA
JERRY TORIBIO
JOEMARIE CAMARIG
JULIE TORIBIO
MORITO PEROY
NESTOR MARTINEZ
ROBERTO CALUGMATON
SONNY CABILBIGAN
PORTUGAL
JOHN REGUEIRAS
PEDRO LEAL
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JORGE LEAL
MARIO MORIAS
ADOLFO PINTO
JOAQUIM PINTO
JOAO SANTOS
JOEL LOPES OLIVEIRA
PUERTO RICO
ANGEL DE JESUS GARCIA
ROMANIA
DANIEL BAGOSI
NICO OROS
KELEMAN SANDOR
DORIN & DORINA POPA
NICU CURPAS
ADRIANA TOMA
ADI TOMA
TEO LUNCAN
MICULA MIHAI
DORIN & NICOLETA TOMUTA
CRACIUM TUDOR
BOGDAN BILAV
DANIELA BILAV
SIERRA LEONE
Z. OTIS BORKUAH
PRINCE NALLO
JOHN K. FLOMO
SUDAN
LEWI MURSALE
SYRIA
ELIE HANNA
EID HANNA
DAAS HADDAD
TAIWAN
SAMMY RUAN
JAMES WU
THAILAND
NATHEE SANNITHIRAT
VITOON SUKNA MONAPHARAT
TOGO
AVOUDIKPO
ABRAHAM APETTY
228
CHRISTOPHER ADDASSOU
AMBLARSO MAWULI
KOKU AGBEKO KPAGO
KOSSI ATAMOUDJI
WILLIAM MENSAH
UKRAINE
NIKOLAI DIKHTYARENKO
SERGEY SKRIPNIK
PETER NAGORNY
SASHA PAVELCHUK
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Independent Accountants’ Report and Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
December 31, 2013
Contents
Independent Accountants’ Report........................................................................................ 1
Financial Statements – Modified Cash Basis
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets ................................................................................. 3
Statement of Revenues, Support, Expenses and
Changes in Net Assets ................................................................................................................... 4
Notes to Financial Statements ............................................................................................................ 5
Supplementary Information
Schedule I – General Missions Expense........................................................................................... 11
Schedule II – International Missions Expense.................................................................................. 13
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets - Modified Cash Basis
December 31, 2013
Assets
Cash, all interest bearing accounts
Restricted cash
Investments
Notes receivable
Construction in progress
Property and equipment, net
Total Assets
$
2,631,683
155,853
2,721,106
2,184,547
315,059
56,977
$
8,065,225
$
26,139
307,473
73,849
Liabilities and Net Assets
Liabilities
Funds held in escrow
Other liabilities
Due to North American Baptist Loan Association
Total Liabilities
407,461
Net Assets
Unrestricted
Temporarily restricted
Permanently restricted
2,642,051
4,859,860
155,853
Total Net Assets
7,657,764
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
$
See notes to financial statements.
8,065,225
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Statement of Revenues, Support, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Modified Cash Basis
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Revenues and Other Support
Support - Missions
Support - International
Interest Income
Restrictions, satisfied by payments
Unrestricted
Temporarily
Restricted
$
$
Total Revenues and Other Support
Expenses
General Missions
International Missions
Total Expenses
Increase in Net Assets
-
9,450,075
(41,845)
-
9,408,230
4,147,116
4,984,538
-
-
4,147,116
4,984,538
9,131,654
-
-
9,131,654
(41,845)
-
276,576
4,901,705
2,323,630
$
Totals
1,862,118 $
2,587,163
(4,491,126)
318,421
Net Assets, Beginning of Year
Net Assets, End of Year
4,931,422
27,527
4,491,126
Permanently
Restricted
2,642,051
See notes to financial statements.
$
4,859,860
$
155,853
$
155,853
6,793,540
2,587,163
27,527
-
7,381,188
$
7,657,764
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 1: Summary of Significant Accounting Policies
Statement of Purpose
The Department of Missions of the Baptist Missionary Association of America (“the Association”)
seeks to promote missions in the United States and in foreign lands for the preaching of the Gospel
of Jesus Christ and to facilitate the establishment of local Baptist congregations.
Basis of Accounting and Presentation
The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on the modified cash basis of
accounting, which is a comprehensive basis of accounting other than generally accepted accounting
principles. That basis differs from generally accepted accounting principles primarily because the
Association has not recognized prepaid expenses and accounts payable or other accrued expenses
and their related effects on the results of operations and financial position.
Financial statement presentation follows the recommendations of the Financial Accounting
Standards Board in its Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) No. 958-210, Not-for-Profit
Entities. Under ASC No. 958-210, the Association is required to report information regarding its
financial position and activities according to three classes of net assets: unrestricted net assets,
temporarily restricted net assets, and permanently restricted net assets.
Revenue Recognition
Contributions received are recorded as unrestricted, temporarily restricted, or permanently
restricted support, depending on the existence and/or nature of any donor restrictions.
All donor-restricted support is reported as an increase in temporarily or permanently restricted net
assets, depending on the nature of the restriction. When a restriction expires (that is, when a
stipulated time restriction ends or purpose restriction is accomplished), temporarily restricted net
assets are reclassified to unrestricted net assets and reported in the Statement of Revenues, Support,
Expenses and Changes in Net Assets as net assets released from restrictions.
Income Tax Status
The Association is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code. In addition, the Association qualifies for the charitable contribution deduction
under Section 170(b)(1)(A) and has been classified as an organization other than a private
foundation under Section 509(a)(2).
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 1: Summary of Significant Accounting Policies (continued)
Investments
Investments are reported at fair value. Fair value is defined as the price that would be received to
sell an asset or paid to transfer a liability in an orderly transaction between willing market
participants as of the measurement date. See Note 2 for further discussion of fair value
measurements.
Notes Receivable
Notes receivable are stated at unpaid principal balances. Past due status is determined based on
contractual terms. The Association’s practice is to charge off any loan or portion of a loan when
the loan is determined by management to be uncollectible. Notes receivable consist of the
following as of December 31, 2013:
International revolving loan advances
$ 2,184,547
Combination of Funds
The financial statements contain the assets and fund balances of the Laymen’s Mission Legion, Inc.
(formed in 1975 and operating as part of the Department of Missions of the Baptist Missionary
Association of America), J. B. Trent Trust Fund and Butler Heights Baptist Church, Lubbock,
Texas Endowment. Assets at December 31, 2013, were as follows:
Laymen’s Mission Legion Fund
J. B. Trent Trust Fund
Butler Heights Baptist Church, Lubbock, Texas Endowment
$ 103,853
2,000
50,000
$ 155,853
These funds are permanently restricted.
Estimates
Management uses estimates and assumptions in preparing financial statements. Those estimates
and assumptions affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities, the disclosure of contingent
assets and liabilities, and the reported revenues and expenses. Actual results could differ from
those estimates.
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 1: Summary of Significant Accounting Policies (continued)
Donated Services
A large number of people have contributed significant amounts of time to the activities of the
Department of Missions without compensation. The financial statements do not reflect the value of
those contributed services because, although clearly substantial, no reliable basis exists for
determining an appropriate amount.
Note 2: Fair Value Measurements
Generally accepted accounting principles establish a framework for measuring fair value. That
framework provides a fair value hierarchy that prioritizes the inputs to valuation techniques used to
measure fair value. The three levels of the fair value hierarchy under generally accepted accounting
principles are described below:
Level 1—Quoted market prices in active markets for identical assets or liabilities
Level 2—Observable market-based inputs or unobservable inputs corroborated by market data
Level 3—Unobservable inputs reflecting the reporting entity’s own assumptions
The asset’s fair value measurement level within the fair value hierarchy is based on the lowest level
of any input that is significant to the fair value measurement. Valuation techniques followed need
to maximize the use of observable inputs and minimize the use of unobservable inputs.
The following table sets forth, by level within the fair value hierarchy, a summary of the
Association’s investments that were measured at fair value on a recurring basis as of December 31,
2013:
Level 1
Level 2
Mutual funds
Certificates of deposits
BMA of Mississippi Revolving
Fund
$ 252,929
Total investments at fair value
$
Total
2,213,763
$ 252,929
2,213,763
-
254,414
254,414
$ 252,929
$ 2,468,177
$ 2,721,106
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 3: Property and Equipment
Property and equipment are stated at original cost, or estimated fair market value if donated, plus
the cost of capital improvements made on the assets, less accumulated depreciation. Property and
equipment are being depreciated over useful lives from three to twenty years using the straight-line
method.
A summary of property and equipment follows:
Accumulated
Depreciation
Net Book
Value
$ 123,340
122,133
226,942
184,208
99,598
64,064
$ 119,500
97,892
226,228
175,633
80,204
63,851
$ 3,840
24,241
714
8,575
19,394
213
$ 820,285
$ 763,308
$ 56,977
Cost
Automobiles for furlough missionaries
Automobiles for office
Furniture and fixtures
Computer equipment
Video equipment
BMMI Equipment
Depreciation expense was $28,921 for the year ended December 31, 2013.
Note 4: Retirement Plan
The Association has adopted a 403(b) plan sponsored by Ministers Resource Services. The
Association may make contributions on a matching or discretionary basis to the plan. Employees
may make contributions to the plan up to the maximum amount allowed by the Internal Revenue
Code, if they wish. Contributions to the plan for the year ended December 31, 2013 were $60,729.
Note 5: Related Parties
Organizations related to the Association with a common goal and interest in the establishment of
churches and missions are as follows:
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Lifeword Media Ministries
Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary
North American Baptist Loan Association
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 5: Related Parties (continued)
Transactions with related parties are as follows:
North American Baptist Loan
Association, Inc. (NABLA)
Amount
Due to
$ 73,849
The Department of Missions receives rent-free the use of the building owned by the North
American Baptist Loan Association. The effect of this is not recognized as support as it is not
considered material.
Note 6: Concentrations of Credit Risk
Financial instruments that potentially subject the Association to credit risk consist principally of
temporary cash investments. Financial instruments that potentially subject the Association to
concentrations of credit risk consist principally of cash balances and certificates of deposit. The
cash accounts and certificates of deposit are secured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
(FDIC) up to $250,000. The Association’s cash deposits exceeded the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation limits at various times during the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013. As of
December 31, 2013, cash deposits and certificates of deposit exceeded FDIC limits by $3,026.
Note 7: Subsequent Events
Management has evaluated subsequent events through March 21, 2014, the date the financial
statements were available to be issued.
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Supplementary Information
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule I - General Missions Expense
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Directors salaries
Longevity pay
Termination pay
$
Office salaries
Mission:World, net
Promotional materials and supplies
303,664
4,220
20,000
223,812
35,614
183,718
Postage
Symposium expense
Telephone
7,564
12,739
16,061
Office supplies and expense
Payroll taxes
Retirement plan
3,258
126,482
73,029
Christmas bonuses
Association expense
Group insurance - medical
8,705
18,405
577,088
Professional and legal fees
Repairs and maintenance
29,601
31,110
Utilities
8,863
Advisory committee expense
7,252
Automobile and travel expense - Director of Operations North America
Automobile and travel expense - Executive Director
14,631
11,330
Automobile and travel expense - Director of Operations Latin America
Relief
30,651
62,450
Depreciation
28,921
Office equipment
Warehouse maintenance expense
Salaries - American International Missionaries
27,279
10,634
738,928
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule I - General Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Cost of living allowances
Excess housing allowance
Seminars and training
107,861
40,326
48,283
Miscellaneous expenses
North America Associates expense
83,791
143,526
North America interns
13,300
North America love offerings
North America partnership plan
North America project funds
10,054
937,555
30,412
Deputation expense
Furlough expense
Tuition expense
8,998
15,123
19,694
Passage
Missionary care
52,961
19,223
Total general missions expense
$
4,147,116
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Baptist Medical Missions International
Literature subsidies, net
Expansion
$
Training and seminars
Special missions
Argentina - national salaries
501,001
84,602
7,557
107,745
809,488
4,800
Benin - national salaries
Bolivia - intino fund
Bolivia - national salaries
2,520
3,000
66,806
Bolivia - project fund
Bolivia - seminary fund
Bolivia - work fund
44,460
33,402
15,389
Brazil - national salaries
Burkina Faso - national salaries
Burkina Faso - work fund
78,000
10,440
4,785
Cambodia - love fund
Cambodia - national salaries
Cambodia - project fund
1,190
31,700
1,920
Cambodia - work fund
Cape Verde - love fund
Cape Verde - national salaries
46,593
50
18,504
Cape Verde - work fund
Chile - national salaries
Chile - project fund
26,996
24,005
50
Chile - work fund
CIS - expenses
Costa Rica - intino fund
5,030
77,874
3,000
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Costa Rica - national salaries
Costa Rica - project fund
Costa Rica - work fund
24,480
1,200
2,405
Czech Republic - national salaries
Czech Republic - work fund
Dominican Republic - love fund
24,000
2,195
4,582
Dominican Republic - national salaries
Dominican Republic - project fund
Dominican Republic - work fund
26,140
8,050
30,945
Ecuador - love fund
Ecuador - project fund
Ecuador - work fund
1,400
20,000
83,743
Egypt - national salaries
El Salvador - intino fund
El Salvador - national salaries
32,400
3,000
20,770
El Salvador - project fund
El Salvador - work fund
France - work fund
4,732
2,465
4,340
Ghana - Bible Institute fund
Ghana - love fund
Ghana - national salaries
16,061
3,928
88,980
Ghana - project fund
Ghana - work fund
Guatemala - intino fund
114,452
121,003
3,000
Guatemala - national salaries
Guatemala - project fund
Guinea - national salaries
39,216
4,600
720
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Haiti - relief
Hawaii - love fund
Hawaii - project fund
12,275
1,270
1,976
Hawaii - work fund
Honduras - Bible Institute fund
Honduras - intino fund
40,346
43,413
3,000
Honduras - love fund
Honduras - national salaries
Honduras - project fund
786
41,928
31,218
Honduras - work fund
Hong Kong - national salaries
Hong Kong - work fund
64,294
14,752
6,637
India - love fund
India - national salaries
India - orphanage fund
9,476
87,000
14,100
India - project fund
India - school fund
India - work fund
612
16,299
31,313
Iraq - Bible fund
Iraq - church planting
Ivory Coast - national salaries
1,500
12,035
21,420
Japan - national salaries
Japan - work fund
Jordan - love
24,000
18,083
650
Jordan - national salaries
Jordan - work
Latin America - expenses
25,200
17,733
41,040
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Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Lebanon - love fund
Lebanon - national salaries
Lebanon - project fund
1,000
92,004
70,072
Lebanon - work fund
Liberia - national salaries
Liberia - work fund
53,725
14,520
3,520
Mali - national salaries
Mauritania - national salaries
Mexico - Good Samaritan Clinic
720
12,000
20,628
Mexico - intino fund
Mexico - love fund
Mexico - national salaries
3,000
6,972
41,561
Mexico - project fund
Mexico - seminary
Mexico - work fund
37,621
11,424
185,142
Micronesia - national salaries
Micronesia - project fund
Middle East - project fund
1,200
7,500
963
Myanmar (Burma) - love fund
Myanmar (Burma) - national salaries
Myanmar (Burma) - work fund
250
30,060
6,600
Nicaragua - Bible Institute fund
Nicaragua - intino fund
Nicaragua - love fund
3,500
4,200
220
Nicaragua - national salaries
Nicaragua - project fund
Nicaragua - work fund
20,544
5,908
9,100
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Nigeria - national salaries
Nigeria - work fund
Panama - intino fund
8,400
3,000
3,000
Panama - national salaries
Panama - project fund
Panama - work fund
24,000
950
23,430
Papua New Guinea - work
Paraguay - national salaries
Peru - intino fund
44,114
18,000
3,000
Peru - love fund
Peru - national salaries
Peru - project fund
25,945
19,200
7,201
Peru - work fund
Philippines - Bible college fund
Philippines - love fund
34,719
39,204
9,614
Philippines - national salaries
Philippines - project fund
Philippines - work fund
63,536
57,497
262,560
Portugal - national salaries
Portugal - work fund
Puerto Rico - national salaries
19,200
535
33,774
Romania - national salaries
Romania - project fund
Romania - work fund
39,600
2,850
26,437
Samoa - work
Sierra Leone - national salaries
South Korea - national salaries
350
720
9,000
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Department of Missions
Baptist Missionary Association of America
Little Rock, Arkansas
Schedule II - International Missions Expense (continued)
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Southeast Asia - love fund
Southeast Asia - national salaries
Southeast Asia - project fund
3,040
14,800
27,209
Southeast Asia - work fund
Sudan - national salaries
Syria - national salaries
30,062
16,800
19,800
Taiwan - national salaries
Taiwan - work fund
Thailand - national salaries
14,040
7,800
4,800
Thailand - work
Togo - national salaries
Ukraine - love fund
60,676
6,720
10,250
Ukraine - national salaries
Ukraine - project fund
Ukraine - work fund
3,600
18,150
32,103
Uruguay - project fund
Uruguay - work fund
200
8,628
Total international missions expense
$
4,984,538
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North American Baptist Loan Association, Inc.
Independent Accountants’ Report and Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
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North American Baptist Loan Association, Inc.
December 31, 2013
Contents
Independent Accountants’ Report ........................................................................... 1
Financial Statements – Modified Cash Basis
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets...................................................................3
Statement of Revenues, Support, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets .............................4
Notes to Financial Statements .............................................................................................5
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North American Baptist Loan Association, Inc.
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets - Modified Cash Basis
December 31, 2013
Assets
Notes Receivable and Investments
Churches and missions
$ 1,600,978
Property and Equipment, Net
585,743
Due from Baptist Missionary Association
Department of missions
Missionary cottage furnishings fund
Cottage discretionary fund
47,274
34
26,541
Total Assets
$ 2,260,570
Liabilities and Net Assets
2,260,570
Unrestricted Net Assets
$ 2,260,570
Total Liabilities and Net Assets
See notes to financial statements.
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North American Baptist Loan Association, Inc.
Statement of Revenues, Support, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Modified Cash Basis
Year Ended December 31, 2013
Support and Revenues
Contributions
$
Total Support and Revenues
12,454
12,454
Expenses
Insurance
Professional fees
Repairs and maintenance
Depreciation
Miscellaneous
3,809
5,000
14,779
36,830
2,695
Total Expenses
63,113
(Decrease) in Net Assets
(50,659)
Net Assets, Beginning of Year
2,311,229
Net Assets, End of Year
$ 2,260,570
See notes to financial statements.
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Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 1 – Summary of Significant Accounting Policies
Basis of Accounting and Presentation
The financial statements of North American Baptist Loan Association, Inc. (“the Association”)
have been prepared on the modified cash basis of accounting. That basis differs from accounting
principles generally accepted in the United States of America primarily for two reasons. First, the
Association does not recognize the discount associated with notes receivable attributed to the
Baptist Missionary Association of America. Secondly, the Association has not recognized prepaid
expenses and accounts payable or other accrued expenses and their related effects on the results of
operations and financial position.
Financial statement presentation follows the recommendations of the Financial Accounting
Standards Board in its Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) No. 958-210, Not-for-Profit
Entities. Under ASC 958-210, the Association is required to report information regarding its
financial position and activities according to three classes of net assets: unrestricted net assets,
temporarily restricted net assets, and permanently restricted net assets. At December 31, 2013,
there were no temporarily or permanently restricted net assets.
Nature of Activities
The Association was formed to make property and building loans for new mission projects within
the United States and Canada. The loans are non-interest bearing for a period of five years. Loans
may be refinanced with interest at the end of this period to include interest. The policy of
collecting this interest and the proper allocation of payments to principal and interest has not been
strictly enforced. Any loss from uncollectible notes receivable would be recognized on the date the
underlying assets are sold.
The Association receives a majority of its revenue from contributions from individuals and
churches.
Property and Equipment
Property and equipment are carried at cost, if purchased, or at estimated or appraised value if
received as a gift. The Association generally capitalizes the purchase or donation of individual
items greater than $500. The estimated useful lives of property and equipment are 40 years for
buildings, 20 years for land improvements and metal buildings and ten years for furniture and
fixtures. A summary of property and equipment at December 31, 2013 is as follows:
Land - Missions Building
Building - Missions Office
Furniture & fixtures
Land improvements
Missions Warehouse
Cottage Building
$ 90,000
443,638
87,502
70,882
182,783
231,955
1,106,760
(521,017)
Less accumulated depreciation
$ 585,743
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Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 1 – Summary of Significant Account Policies (continued)
Property and Equipment (continued)
Depreciation is being taken on property and equipment using the straight line method.
Depreciation expense for the year ended December 31, 2013 was $36,830.
Estimates
Management uses estimates and assumptions in preparing financial statements. Those estimates
and assumptions affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and the reported revenue and
expenses. Actual results could differ from the estimates.
Contributions of Assets
Periodically, contributions in kind are received by the Association. The asset is recorded at
estimated or appraised value, and the contribution support shown in the year the asset is received.
Income Taxes
The Association, a nonprofit organization, is exempt from income tax under Internal Revenue Code
Section 501(c)(3), and is not required to file a tax return.
Note 2 – Notes Receivable and Investments – Churches and Missions
Investments consist of the following:
Notes receivable are on various terms from mission’s projects with the balances due in full at the
end of a 5 year interest free period, or refinanced with interest subsequent to the 5 year interest free
period. Notes are secured by real estate
Cornerstone Baptist Church – Raymore, MO
Lighthouse – Fort Gratiot, MI
Heritage Baptist – Latham, NY
Eglise Baptist Church – Ste Marie, Canada
The Crossing – Slidell, LA
Grace Baptist – Post Falls, ID
Jacob’s Well – Plano, IL
All Nations Baptist – Albuquerque, NM
Total investments in churches and missions
$
69,000
56,206
249,500
42,395
177,000
417,577
442,500
146,800
$ 1,600,978
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Notes to Financial Statements
December 31, 2013
Note 3 – Related Party Transactions
The Association is related to the Baptist Missionary Association of America ("BMAA") through
common directors and management. The Department of Missions at BMAA held funds for the
Association in the amount of $73,849 as of December 31, 2013. The remaining funds are available
to loan to member churches for building projects. These loans are subject to approval by the
revolving loan committee.
The Association owns the building that the BMAA uses as office space. No rent is charged to
BMAA for this space. BMAA furnishes bookkeeping and other services to the Association at no
charge.
Note 4 – Concentrations
The operations of the Association are dependent upon the repayment of the loans and amounts due
by member churches and the Department of Missions at BMAA.
Note 5 – Subsequent Events
Management has evaluated subsequent events through March 26, 2014, the date the financial
statements were available to be issued.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Miscellaneous Reports
Recording Secretary
Committee on Arrangements
Enrollment and Finance
Coordinating Committee
Nominating Committee
Master’s Builders
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Recording Secretary's Financial Report
Baptist Missionary Association of America Minute Fund Statement of Receipts and
Disbursements
January 1, 2013 — December 31, 2013
Balance 1/1/13 US Bank, NLR
$5,402.86
RECEIPTS
Churches by mail$40,880.00
Finance Committee3,900.00
Vendors Tables2,500.00
Departmental Reimbursement
4,902.96
Rebates1392.00
TOTAL RECEIPTS$53,374.66
TOTAL FUNDS$58,977.52
DISBURSEMENTS:
Trumpet Printing3,618.01
Committee on Arrangements
409.15
Coordinating Council1,430.76
Clerk's Salaries3,000.00
Secretary's Salary580.00
Recommendations Booklet9,188.91
Meeting Expenses24,170.00
Postage & Supplies138.23
Display Tables2,860.00
Bank Charges110.00
Deposit on 2016 Meeting Reservation 3,456.25
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS$48,953.31
BALANCE ON HAND (12/31/2013)
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$10,024.21
Coordinating Council
“One in Heart”
The prophet Amos asked the important question, “Can two walk together unless
they are agreed?” There does not have to be agreement in every detail, but there must be
agreement in certain essentials for two to walk together. If we are to walk together, we must,
at some point, begin in the same place. If we will walk together, we must be going in the
same direction. If we will walk together, we must do so at the same pace.
The underlying answer to Amos’ question certainly establishes the framework of
associational ministry together. The “two” can be departments in integration. The “two”
can be churches in associations. The “two” must certainly be churches and departments in
cooperation in order to be successful spiritually. Successful ministry will only take place if
the “two” are one in heart.
We might not agree on the methods of doing everything exactly the same, but we
certainly agree on the truth that we will get more done together than we can ever do apart.
Solomon emphasized that same truth saying, “Two are better than one, because they have
a good reward for their labor.” The good reward will most likely be proportional to the
reflection of their oneness of heart.
Consider the following truths in light of the importance of being one in heart to get
things done for God’s glory. None of us are as strong as all of us, none of us are as smart as
all of us, and none of us are as productive as all of us. That is true for individuals, churches,
and associations of churches.
In the Council’s work with the departments and agencies in the past year, an
obvious strength has been a desire to work one in heart. Most of their work as individual
departments and agencies has been intentional in their consideration of the churches and
the other departments. This will always lead to a greater potential harvest in God’s field of
ministry.
The Missions office has proven this with a desire to integrate with Lifeword. Another
extension of this same philosophy of ministry is her effort to challenge local churches to
become the driving force of our mission work. The desire to be a help to the local church in
her mission to plant other churches is simply a reflection of that “one in heart” mentality.
Lifeword’s willingness to volunteer the properties in Conway to be the central campus
for all departments in this integration effort is a sure sign of their willingness to cooperate
“one in heart.” Her willingness to make their Foundation a blessing to other departments
simply reinforces that mind set.
Our seminary’s focus on teaching and training disciple makers from around the
globe certainly fits the “one in heart” desire of a school wanting to do all that it can to
equip workers for the Lord’s harvest. Making disciples the way Jesus made disciples will
certainly equip leaders to lead in all aspects of local church and associational ministry. The
leadership at the seminary continues to work “one in heart” with the other departments to
cooperate fully and intentionally for the good of this association.
DiscipleGuide’s goal to be an integral part of the integration process with Missions and
Lifeword is firmly rooted in that desire to be “one in heart.” Its efforts to supply literature
and to provide camps and conferences all fit within their stated desire to resource the local
churches.
Our two agencies have both had exceptional years. Moral Action continues to work
hand-in-hand with pastors and churches for the principles and values of the scriptures.
Her leadership has worked with those within and those like-minded groups outside our
association to challenge our churches to stand according to those Biblical principles in
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these spiritually dark times. Ministers’ Resource Services continues to provide the means
for workers from the local church and the associational level to prepare for retirement in a
safe, financially prudent way.
The Council’s recommendation concerning the formation of a new agency, the BMAA
Foundation, is simply a reflection of that one in heart mentality that our departments share.
This proposed agency would benefit all the departments in all future years by allowing a
means whereby donors willing to make a lasting contribution to the ministry of any or all
of the departments. This proposed agency would not require any new funding from our
churches and will bless each future budget by providing assets that can help our association
do more for the glory of God.
One duty of the Coordinating Council, as outlined in the Statement of Principles of
Cooperation, is to “recommend organizational changes to the departmental structure of
the association.” This recommendation is supported by all of our directors and will lead to
continued growth in the financial footing of the association.
Synergy is defined as the ability to accomplish more together than apart. It is the hope
of the Council that our departments and agencies and all of our associated churches can
continue to see the effects of synergy ring true in our work together.
Paul Bullock, Chairman
Coordinating Council
Recommendation
The Coordinating Council of the Baptist Missionary Association of America
recommends endorsement of the name change of the Lifeword Foundation to the BMAA
Foundation. The name change has been approved by the Lifeword Foundation board and
the Lifeword board.
We further recommend:
1. That the BMAA Foundation be established as an Agency of the Baptist Missionary
Association of America.
The purpose of this initiative is to provide one Foundation which any department
or agency of the association can utilize for investing endowment funds. Although the
foundation has been a subsidiary of Lifeword and functioned to serve only Lifeword since
its inception in 1998, its purpose, as defined within its Articles of Incorporation, allows it to
serve any department of the Baptist Missionary Association of America.
Separate accounts will be maintained for each entity with no comingling of funds.
Existing funds donated to the former Lifeword Foundation will become part of the Lifeword
account in the BMAA Foundation. Distributions shall be declared from the previous year’s
earnings and/or undistributed earnings from earlier periods. In making distributions, the
Board shall follow the stated direction of the donors of restricted gifts. Unrestricted earnings
shall be distributed based upon the calculation of a department or agency’s percentage of
investments compared to the total investments of the Foundation.
In addition to separate accounts for each BMA department or agency, a general account
for the BMA of America will be maintained to provide a repository for those with a desire
to benefit the entire work of the association. Earnings from the BMA of America account
will be distributed among the entities of the BMA of America on an annual basis according
to the following formula. A department or agency’s percentage of annual earnings shall be
derived by dividing its total operating expenses by the total operating expenses of all BMAA
departments and agencies for the given year (calculation excludes capital spending).
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Departments and agencies which participate in the association’s estate planning
program will equally share annual funding of the Foundation’s budget.
2. That the current number of Foundation board members be reduced from fifteen
(15) to nine (9) and that the terms of board members be changed from three (3) years to
five (5) years to be consistent with the other agencies of the association.
3. That one (1) board position be reserved for a representative, nominated by
the executive director, of each of the BMA departments/agencies participating in the
association’s estate planning program and that five (5) of the current board members be
allowed to complete their terms of service for continuity.
4. That board member nominees be presented annually by the nominating committee
and elected by the association.
5. That the current Foundation Executive, Charles Attebery, be elected to serve as
Interim Executive Director of the BMAA Foundation on a part-time basis.
6. That Article XVI of the Statement of Principles of Cooperation be amended to
include the BMAA Foundation as a standing committee.
7. That Article VII, Section 3 of the Statement of Principles of Cooperation be amended
by adding the following:
G. BMAA Foundation: Annually, this association shall elect an Executive Director of
the BMAA Foundation to supervise and promote the work of this agency.
8. That the following be added to the Statement of Principles of Cooperation as Article
XV and that the remaining articles be renumbered sequentially.
Article XV - BMAA Foundation
Section 1. Purpose: The BMAA Foundation exists to endow participating departments
and agencies of the Baptist Missionary Association of America with supplemental funding
by investing gifts to the Foundation and distributing the earnings annually. It is a repository
for the endowment of funds invested to produce ongoing support for those ministries.
Section 2. Governance: This association shall elect a BMAA Foundation board of directors
consisting of nine (9) members with one (1) board seat reserved for a representative,
nominated by the executive director, of each of the BMA departments/agencies participating
in the association’s estate planning program. Five (5) members shall constitute a quorum.
Section 3. Board of Directors Duties: The duties of the board of directors are:
A. To act in its field as an executive of the association between annual sessions,
performing all duties entrusted to it by the association.
B. To utilize sound business principles in maintaining professional management of
Foundation investments.
C. To fill any vacancy between sessions that may occur in the office of executive
director.
D. To evaluate the performance of the executive director and recommend annually to
the association a compensation schedule based on tenure, merit, and cost of living increases
for the executive director.
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Committee on Arrangements
The following locations were suggested for our 2017 annual meeting to be held in the Dallas/Fort Worth area: DFW airport hotel, Mesquite, and Waxahachie, Texas.
After considering all suggestions and after visiting five potential locations, the Committee
on Arrangements recommends the following:
That the 2017 meeting of the Baptist Missionary Association of America be held May 1-3 at
the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, Texas, and that the Sheraton Arlington be
designated as the primary hotel.
Respectively submitted,
Charles Attebery
Leon Carmical
James Ray Raines
Committee on Arrangements
Joint-Recommendation from the Missionary Advisory Committee and Lifeword
Board of Directors
At last year’s national meeting, a joint-recommendation offered by the Missionary Advisory
Committee and the Lifeword Board of Directors was approved by the messengers. Item
number four in the recommendations stated that the Department of Missions and Lifeword
Media Ministries seek professional legal counsel to arrange the most prudent structure for
joint-ownership of the property.
Subsequent to last year’s meeting, Missions and Lifeword personnel met with a legal expert
(Attorney William Adkisson) and a tax/audit expert (CPA Bo Conner) to discuss the
most suitable structure for an entity to accommodate our legal and financial needs. Both
individuals recommended the use of a limited liability company (LLC). Advantages of using
an LLC as the legal entity for departmental integration are as follows:
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•
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Simple Structure
The structure of an LLC allows for multiple owners, or members. A corporation can
be a member of an LLC. This allows the creation of an additional level of ownership
to facilitate an initiative such as the BMA integration without convoluting one of the
entities’ books. If other BMA entities choose to join the integration effort in the future,
the LLC is designed to allow for seamless expansion.
Ease of Administration
By forming an LLC instead of a corporation, there is much less administrative
paperwork and record keeping than a corporation would require.
Transparency of Accounting
The profits or losses of the LLC pass directly through to the departments for filing
purposes. The only loss the BMA of America LLC would show would be depreciation
expense for the assets held. To facilitate allocation of these costs, the LLC would send
a Form K-1 to each member department based upon its percentage of assets owned
and the depreciation would be a decrease to the department’s net investment in the
LLC on its books.
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Lower Costs
A limited liability company is easy to establish and there are minimal ongoing fees to
maintain.
Based on these findings, the Missionary Advisory Committee and Lifeword Board of
Directors offer a joint-recommendation for the creation of the BMA of America LLC as the
legal entity to hold the shared assets in Conway. We further recommend that the Missionary
Advisory Committee and Lifeword Board of Directors jointly prepare an operating
agreement to establish policies and procedures for managing the LLC that meet the specific
needs and concerns of each.
The Master’s Builders
Twenty-three yeas ago a plan was put into place. This plan was approved at the 1991
national meeting in Port Arthur, Texas. The group “The Master’s Builders” was formed for
volunteer workers to band together and build buildings for Christ. Ever since, the Lord
has called men and women for this ministry.
“Raising Roofs for Christ” is our motto. Mission churches, new church buildings, and
all other church-related projects are what we donate our time and labor to for the Lord.
In these past 23 years we have done 128 projects, and during this time the Lord has
called 95 men to this ministry This past year the Lord has called 2 of our members home:
Wallace Ray of Pascagoula, Mississippi, and Don Smith of DeQueen, Arkansas.
We are always blessed by the Lord, and He sent 3 new workers: Jim and Yolanda
Boggs from Alabama, Bobby Samuels from Arkansas, and John and Dot Criley from
Arkansas.
Our workers come from Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and
Texas.
We have done 7 projects since our last report.
#123 — Beech Street, Crosset, Arkansas
#124 — Craft, Jacksonville, Texas
#125 — Friendship Baptist Mission, Burnsville, Mississippi
#126 — Maul Community, Camden, Arkansas
#127 — Summers, Summers, Arkansas
#128 — West Park, Ozark, Arkansas
We are scheduled to do to Daniel Springs Camp in May and Jacksonville College in
June.
If you have any questions or are interested in our group coming to your church,
please come by our table in the exhibit hall or contact John Mangum, our office coordinator, or Eddie Sikes, our field coordinator.
Respectfully submitted,
Eddie Sikes
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Enrollment & Finance Committee
Churches represented by messenger 247
Churches represented by letter
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Messengers517
Missionary committmen188
Petitionary letters8
Visitors128
Funds received$5,175.00
Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee of the BMA of America met by teleconference on January
3, 2014, and February 7, 2014. Our recommendations are listed on page 3 of the Reports
and Recommendations book.
There is one recommended change from what you see for the Committee on Arrangements. Brother Jackie Manasco, from Searcy, AR, is being recommended for this committee
instead of Brother Gaylon King. All other recommended nominees are as they appear on
page 3.
Brother Moderator, I move the adoption of this report and the election of these nominees.
Gene Fulcher, chairman
Nominating Committee Report
BAPTIST MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Term expiring 2019
*Don Brown, (MS)
*Gary Murph, (Texas)
Jamie Haguewood (MO)
NORTH AMERICAN REVOLVING LOAN FUND
Term expiring 2017
Mike Book (AR)
INTERNATIONAL REVOLVING LOAN FUND
Term expiring 2017
Charles Johnson (TX)
MINISTERS RESOURCE SERVICES
Term expiring 2015
Dwayne Ashcraft (AR) to replace Randy Burnett (MI)
Term expiring 2019
*Kenneth Lott, (MS)
*Eddie Ballard, (TX)
MORAL ACTION
Term expiring 2019
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Sidney Davis(MS)
Randy Burk (CA)
DISCIPLEGUIDE CHURCH RESOURCES
Term to expire 2019
Zach Bowen (OK)
Matt Johnson (MO)
Lance Webb (LA)
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS
Term to expire 2017
Jackie Manasco (AR)
LIFEWORD MEDIA MINISTRIES
Term to expire 2017
Brian Atwood (MS) replacing Mike Dumas
Patrick McNeel (TX) replacing Sheila Snowden
Term to expire 2019
Winston Foster (AR)
*Tommy Wallace (AR)
*Donald Williams (AR)
ENROLLMENT & FINANCE COMMITTEE
Term to expire 2016
Grant Barnett (AR)
Wes Hulvey (AR)
BMAA FOUNDATION
Term to expire 2015
Terry Milam (AR)
Travis Weaver (AR)
Term to expire 2016
Jonathan Baird (AR)
Craig Cloud (AR)
Term to expire 2017
Brett Cates (MS)
Greg Matthews (AR)
Term to expire 2018
Robert L. Welborn (MS)
Steve Martin (AR)
Term to expire 2019
Van Widger (TX)
*Indicates those serving a second term.
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Baptist Missionary Association of America
Roster
of
Participating Church
Represented by
messenger or letter
at the
Annual Session
of the
Baptist Missionary Association of America
April 2014
Listing
State, City, Name of Church
Pastor, Pastor’s Address & Phone,
Clerk, Clerk’s Address
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ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM
Trinity, 2731 Arnett St, AL 35214-1553, (205) 798-0395
Keith Brakefield, 2731 Arnett St, Birmingham, AL 35214-1553, (205) 798-3330
Sue Bentley, 904 Garnett Cir, Adamsville, AL 35005-1027, (205) 674-9057
CREOLA
Fountain Of Faith, 1287-C Dead Lake Rd, AL 36525-4301, (251) 599-3758
Al Moore, 207 W CanAL Dr, Gulf Shores, AL 36542-3003, (251) 968-8254
Donna Richardson, 1408 Holmes Rd, Creola, AL 36525-4202, (251) 675-9441
GRAND BAY
Philadelphia, 10890 Lockwood Dr, AL 36541-3920, (334) 957-1161
John Womack, P.O. Box 383, Grand Bay, AL 36541-0383, (334) 865-4083
Tammy S. Womack, P.O. Box 383, Grand Bay, AL 36541-0383, (334) 865-4083
GUIN
Green Springs, 1055 County Highway 67, AL 35563-4740, (205) 468-2613
C/O Fleeta Dukes, 6446 County Highway 45, Guin, AL 35563-4422, (205) 412-4557
Fleeta Dukes, 6446 County Highway 45, Guin, AL 35563-4422, (205) 412-4557
MOBILE
Bethel, 3150 Newman Rd, AL 36695-9414, (251) 633-9791
Charles E. Wyckoff, 12751 Smith Young Rd, Mobile, AL 36695-8603, (251) 633-9791
Alice Holloway, 2841 Busby Rd, Mobile, AL 36695-9401, (251) 639-9663
Westwood, 1101 Snow Rd S, AL 36695-8426, (251) 633-6280
Winford Smith, 5873 Chunn Dr, Eight Mile, AL 36613-7505, (251) 402-0136
Dinah Belcher, PO Box 2714, Semmes, AL 36675-2714, (251) 244-0109
MONTGOMERY
Rigby Street, 2066 Rigby St, AL 36110-2443, (334) 262-3734
John R. Smith, 86 Taylor Hill Dr, Wetumpka, AL 36092-4602, (334) 514-7341
Church Clerk, 3054 Brevard Ave, Montgomery, AL 36109-2137, (334) 213-2530
Wares Ferry Road, 4355 Wares Ferry Rd, AL 36109-3116, (334) 271-0335
Lenny Bolton, 6205 Wynfrey Pl, Montgomery, AL 36117-4813, (334) 273-8779
Linda Penn, 1615 Sandstone Ct., Montgomery, AL 36117-1703 NORTHPORT
Piney Woods, 11188 Ben Clements Rd, AL 95475-5017
Jason Poole, 18333 N Hagler Rd, Northport, AL 35475-5017, (205) 239-4989
Gary Baker, 11188 Ben Clements Rd, Northport, AL 95475-5017 ROCKFORD
Proctor Creek, RR 1 Box 179, AL 35136-9621, (256) 377-4799
C/O Church Clerk, RR 1 Box 179, Rockford, AL 35136-9621
Church Clerk, RR 1 Box 179, Rockford, AL 35136-9621, SEMMES
Harmony, 5204 Bannister Pl., AL 36608-2705, (334) 649-0060
Troy Bland, 1158 Ellison Ave, Creola, AL 36525-4204, (251) 649-0060
Deborah Stewart, 5204 Bannister Pl, Mobile, AL 36608-2705, (251) 344-0776
THEODORE
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Belle Fontaine, 9135 Dauphin Island Pkwy, AL 36582-8299
Robert Solley, 1287 Dead Lake Rd, Creola, AL 36525-4301, (251) 675-4137
Shirley Johnson, 5468 Rabbit Creek Dr, Theodore, AL 36582-2512, (251) 443-5993
Helton Road, 7500 Helton Rd, AL 36582-9693, (251) 653-1030
William, Oldenquist, 7500 Helton Rd, Theodore, AL 36582-9693, (251) 653-1030
Sylvia Rankin, 5026 Gunn Rd, Mobile, AL 36619-9110, (251) 666-5618
TITUS
Lebanon, 17877 US Highway 231, AL 36080-3587, (334) 567-9818
Danny Robbins, 3561 Prince George Dr., Montgomery, AL 36109-1527, (334) 235-3993
Laniece Allen, 351 John Wood Road, Titus, AL 36080-5101, (334) 567-8594
VERNON
Oakes Chapel, 335 Oaks Chapel Dr, AL 35592-3605, (205) 695-9203
Scott Stovall, 3410 County Road 44, Eldridge, AL 35554-4058, (205) 487-4498
Church Clerk, 335 Oaks Chapel Dr, Vernon, AL 35592-3605 WINFIELD
Siloam, 1896 County Road 36, AL 35594-4337
Delbert G. Preuniger, 792 County Road 36, Winfield, AL 35594-4335, (205) 495-7416
Anita C. Ray, 7468 Highway 107, Fayette, AL 35555-5933, (205) 412-0663
ARIZONA
PHOENIX
June Gardens, 4138 N 31st Dr, AZ, 85017-4004, (623) 225-7708
David Cates, 1821 N 68 Dr, Phoenix, AZ, 85035-4609, (623) 225-7708
Patricia Cates, 1821 N 68 Dr, Phoenix, AZ, 85035-4609, (623) 873-6124
SAFFORD
Mount Carmel, 2302 S 1st Ave., AZ, 85546-2208, (928) 428-8922
Mike Carpenter, 906 W Cholla Dr, Safford, AZ, 85546-8312, (928) 428-8922
Treyci Jones, 2302 S 1st Ave, Safford, AZ, 85546-2208, (928) 965-5288
TUCSON
Westside Landmark, 1509 N Yavapai, AZ, 85745-2056
Bill R. Walker, 1509 N Yavapai, Tucson, AZ, 85745-2056, (520) 628-2842
Martha Reyes, 1402 N Hualapai St, Tucson, AZ, 85745-2366, (520) 628-2842
ALMA
ARKANSAS
Mustard Seed Mission, PO Box 1466, AR 72921-1466, (870) 370-3938
Jim Tollison, 2510 Griffin St, Van Buren, AR 72956-6679, (870) 370-3938
ALMYRA
Rising Sun, 100 Gosa Lane, AR 72003-8143, (870) 946-0005
Homer Campbell, 3963 Highway 130 E, Almyra, AR 72003-8147
Linda Gosa, 100 Gosa Lane, Almyra, AR 72003-8143, (870) 946-0005
ARKADELPHIA
Cornerstone, 2502 Walnut St, AR 71923-6504, (870) 246-5773
Larry Newsom, 203 N 27th St, Arkadelphia, AR 71923-4201, (870) 246-5043
Aileen Boyer, 799 Copeland Ridge Rd, Arkadelphia, AR 71923-8626, (870) 246-5031
Gum Springs, 235 Gum St, AR 71923-9406
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Kenneth E. Anderson, PO Box 74, Gurdon, AR 71743-0074, (870) 353-2970
Mildred M. Roberson, 1347 Lee St, Arkadelphia, AR 71923-3817, (870) 246-7470
ASHDOWN
Central, PO Box 706, AR 71822-0706, (870) 898-2616
Don Embry, 311 W Dougherty St, Ashdown, AR 71822-3315, (870) 313-4308
Sandy Wray, 1545 Peacock Cir, Ashdown, AR 71822-9523, (903) 701-4567
ATKINS
Blackwell, 695 Highway 64, AR 72823-7612, (501) 354-0749
Charles Hall, 118 S Broadway St, Damascus, AR 72039-9239, (501) 940-0318
Kim Russell, 695 Highway 64, Atkins, AR 72823-7612, (501) 354-0749
BALD KNOB
First, PO Box 367, AR 72010-0367, (501) 724-5756
Mike C. Ball, PO Box 316, Rosie, AR 72571-0316, (870) 251-6770
Rose Ann Houston, 4150 Meadow Lake Rd, Bradford, AR 72020-9382, (501) 283-1204
Worden, PO Box 811, AR 72010-0811, (501) 724-6268
Paul Bearfield, 768 Highway 258, Bald Knob, AR 72010-9721, (479) 531-7835
Gale Bell, 1643 Highway 64 E, Bald Knob, AR 72010-3938, (501) 724-6356
BANKS
Banks, PO Box 35, AR 71631-0035
Tony Rinehart, PO Box 35, Banks, AR 71631-0035, (870) 798-3475
Lanella Peek, 599 Bradley 7 Rd S, Warren, AR 71671-8945, (870) 866-8463
BATESVILLE
Ramsey Heights, 449 Heber Springs Rd, AR 72501-8045, (870) 569-4378
Aaron Maxwell, 3445 N Central Ave, Batesville, AR 72501-8660, (870) 834-0100
Glenita Anderson, 180 Lacy Lane, Batesville, AR 72501-9001, (870) 251-1747
Southside, 1846 Batesville Blvd, AR 72501-7895
Ross Sturch, 2 Rick Road, Batesville, AR 72501-9037, (870) 251-2939
Malinda Head, 640 Camp Tahkodah Rd, Batesville, AR 72501-9072, (870) 251-2439
Twentieth Street, 425 20th St, AR 72501-4826, (870) 698-1668
Mike Kidd, 1187 Jackson 2, Bradford, AR 72020-9413, (501) 344-8354
Dorma Talburt, 5709 White Dr, Batesville, AR 72501-9139, (870) 793-6424
BAY
Broadway Avenue, PO Box 10, AR 72411-0010, (870) 781-3721
Rick Jensen, 4722 Lonoke Lane, Jonesboro, AR 72404-8175, (870) 268-0943
Diana Rawls, PO Box 804, Bay, AR 72411-0804, (870) 781-3289
BEARDEN
Bearden, PO Box 268, AR 71720-0268, (870) 687-2988
Jerry Arnold, PO Box 268, Bearden, AR 71720-0268, (870) 352-3838
Deborah Burgess, PO Box 378, Bearden, AR 71720-0378, (870) 687-2988
Macedonia, PO Box 5, AR 71652-0005, (870) 348-5310
Paul L. Martin, 8450 Highway 8, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8017, (870) 352-2446
Delores Granderson, PO Box 5, Kingsland, AR 71652-0005, (870) 348-5310
BEE BRANCH
271
Grace, 118 S Broadway St, AR 72039-9239
David Johnson, 14 Huntington Dr., Greenbrier, AR 72058-9566, (501) 679-4143
Lois Lunsford, 118 S Broadway St, Damascus, AR 72039-9239, (501) 335-7821
BEEBE
Bible Church Of Beebe, PO Box 749, AR 72012-0749
Brian Rickett, 21 Bryson Dr, Ward, AR 72176-9639, (501) 259-6959
Allen Kelley, 321 Vernon Harvey Rd, Beebe, AR 72012-9696, (870) 917-7285
Harrison Chapel, PO Box 709, AR 72012-0709, (501) 288-3232
Robin McClure, 604 Nevada St, Beebe, AR 72012-2752, (501) 288-3232
Roland Bumpas, PO Box 709, Beebe, AR 72012-0709, (501) 882-3224
BELLA VISTA
Fellowship, 502 W Lancashire Blvd., AR 72714-3054, (479) 855-9761
Dan Fagala, Sr., 14 Hillswick Dr, Bella Vista, AR 72715-5706, (479) 268-4102
Kathy Lovvorn, 502 W Lancashire Blvd, Bella Vista, AR 72715-3054, (479) 855-9761
BENTON
Bethel, PO Box 2283, AR 72018-2283, (501) 778-3396
Carl Higgs, PO Box 2283, Benton, AR 72018-2283, (501) 776-2607
Lola Covell, 2724 Tatum St, Little Rock, AR 72204-3320, (501) 225-0046
BENTONVILLE
Bethel, 2907 N Walton Blvd, AR 72712-3937, (479) 273-2759
Michael McEuen, 3217 Cardinal Creek Cir, Bentonville, AR 72712-3921, (479) 295-1054
Gina Tynes, 9762 Cobble Lane, Rogers, AR 72756-6409, (479) 621-7618
Cornerstone, PO Box 64, AR 72712-0064, (479) 464-5050
Dana Williams, PO Box 64, Bentonville, AR 72712-0064, (479) 464-5050
Amber Fulmer, 6 Fyfield Cir., Bella Vista, AR 72715-8815, (479) 276-8030
BLACK ROCK
Pleasant Grove, PO Box 186, AR 72434-0186, (870) 869-1894
Jerry T. Clements, 3132 Highway 115, Imboden, AR 72434-9309, (870) 869-2273
Sharon Hickman, 11546 Highway 62 W, Imboden, AR 72434-9552, (870) 869-2889
BLEVINS
Union Grove, PO Box 141, AR 71825-0141
James Honeycutt, 4108 Patmos Rd, Hope, AR 71801-9353, (870) 777-8907
Sidney Zimmer, 267 Hempstead 17, Prescott, AR 71857-9019, (870) 887-2254
BLYTHEVILLE
Beacon, PO Box 224, AR 72316-0224, (870) 762-2145
Richard Louercy, Interim, PO Box 224, Blytheville, AR 72316-0224, (870) 598-4167
Linda Plunkett, 816 Lauderdale Rd, Blytheville, AR 72315-2216, (870) 623-0950
Fairview, PO Box 1198, AR 72315-1198, (870) 763-5824
Coy Camp, 815 DelmAR St, Blytheville, AR 72315-2015, (870) 838-4209
Marilyn Roberts, 450 Crestmont Cir, Blytheville, AR 72315-5801, (870) 532-5388
Lone Oak, 1780 E State Highway 239, AR 72315-8608, (870) 762-2780
Mitchell King, Jr., 1780 E St Highway 239, Blytheville, AR 72315-8608, (870) 532-8909
Ashley Bowdler, 1780 E St Highway 239, Blytheville, AR 72315-8608, (870) 762-2780
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BONO
Herman, 1412 County Road 118, AR 72416-8801, (870) 972-0040
Shawn Brandon, 149 County Road 436, Jonesboro, AR 72404-7630, (870) 219-6218
Janet Watkins, 1412 County Road 118, Bono, AR 72416-8801, (870) 935-8163
Open Door Mission, 2104 County Road 353, AR 72416-7503, (870) 530-9333
Donnie Churchwell, 2104 County Road 353, Bono, AR 72416-7503, (870) 530-9333
BOONEVILLE
Eastwood, 383 Lowder Road, AR 72927-6988
Shane Cooper, 290 Old Sandy Rd, Paris, AR 72855-2297, (479) 963-6100
Joyce Cole, 383 Lowder Rd, Booneville, AR 72927-6988, (479) 675-5702
BRADFORD
Bradford, PO Box 216, AR 72020-0216, (501) 344-2414
C/O Karen Reed, 3638 Jackson 5, Bradford, AR 72020-9012, (501) 344-2325
Karen Reed, 3638 Jackson 5, Bradford, AR 72020-9012, (501) 344-2325
BROOKLAND
Connection Point Mission, 325 County Road 726, AR 72401-8266, (870) 931-1076
Chad White, 325 County Road 726, Jonesboro, AR 72401-8266, (870) 931-1076
BRYANT
La Gran Comisión Mission, 323 Gathering House Dr., AR 72015-9636
Michael Hight, 323 Gathering House Dr., Benton, AR 72015-9636, (501) 326-0198
Church Clerk, 323 Gathering House Dr, Benton, AR 72015-9636
BRYANT
Park Place, PO Box 761, AR 72089-0761, (501) 653-0088
Gary A. Lambright, PO Box 761, Bryant, AR 72089-0761, (501) 315-9578
Lisa Moziesek, PO Box 761, Bryant, AR 72089-0761, (501) 653-0088
BUCKNER
First, PO Box 88, AR 71827-0088
Andy Hawkins, 648 Lafayette 23, Buckner, AR 71827-9515
Sandy Sands, 671 Highway 344, Waldo, AR 71770-9083, (870) 693-5770
Liberty, 700 Lafayette 21, AR 71860-8527, (870) 533-2671
Ernie Sorrells, 1537 Hempstead 7, Hope, AR 71801-9079
Nancy Grimmett, 700 Lafayette 21, Stamps, AR 71860-8527, (870) 533-2671
Shiloh Union, PO Box 55, AR 71827-0055
Charles Loyed, 837 Lafayette 41, Buckner, AR 71827-9569, (870) 533-4600
Jessica Reeves, PO Box 55, Buckner, AR 71827-0055
CALDWELL
First, PO Box 56, AR 72322-0056, (870) 633-1318
Jerry Jolly, 2901 Woodsprings Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9200, (870) 932-8293
Janet Duffel, PO Box 268, Caldwell, AR 72322-0268, (870) 633-1119
CAMDEN
Immanuel, 2409 Mount Holly Rd, AR 71701-6534, (870) 231-6494
Anthony Tropp, 1077 Toltec St, Camden, AR 71701-7053, (870) 231-6494
Gwen Downey, 3130 Cherokee, Camden, AR 71701-7062 273
Maul Community, 323 Berg Ave, AR 71701-3672, (870) 836-5059
Mike Rogers, Interim, 174 Hempstead 12, Hope, AR 71801-8804, (870) 777-3644
Catherine Bradford, 323 Berg Ave, Camden, AR 71701-3672, (870) 836-5059
CARLISLE
Pleasant Grove, 649 Raborn Rd, AR 72024-9381
Larry Haynes, 38 Fieldcrest Cir, Cabot, AR 72023-8470, (870) 552-3802
Phyllis Munnerlyn, 8074 Highway 381, Carlisle, AR 72024-9192, (501) 412-8417
CAVE CITY
Eutopia, 70 Rainbow Lane, AR 72521-9812
C/O Glenna, Lassiter, 70 Rainbow Lane, Cave City, AR 72521-9812, (870) 283-6392
Glenna Lassiter, 70 Rainbow Lane, Cave City, AR 72521-9812, (870) 283-6392
Hillcrest, PO Box 346, AR 72521-0346
Mitchell Kazzee, 747 Matlock Rd, Cave City, AR 72521-9028, (870) 612-4167
Valerie Gann, 614 S James St, Cave City, AR 72521-9034, (870) 283-5309
CAVE SPRINGS
First, PO Box 175, AR 72718-0175, (479) 248-7398
Gary Brewer, 717 Pennington St, Lowell, AR 72745-9590, (479) 856-3901
Karen Loyd, 12453 Haden Rd, Bentonville, AR 72712-6993, (479) 248-1902
CLARENDON
Friendship, 14711 Highway 79, AR 72029-9534
C/O Alma Young, 10 Casey Lane, De Witt, AR 72042-3471, (870) 509-1543
Alma Young, 10 Casey Lane, De Witt, AR 72042-3471, (870) 509-0696
CLARKSVILLE
Twin Oaks, PO Box 1306, AR 72830-1306, (479) 754-2967
Gaylon King, Interim, PO Box 221, Greenbrier, AR 72058-0221, (501) 679-2612
Kim Thomas, 416 N Brown St, Clarksville, AR 72830-1306, (479) 774-3964
CLEVELAND
Cleveland, PO Box 16, AR 72030-0016, (501) 669-2958
Gibson 'Gib' Cole, PO Box 16, Cleveland, AR 72030-0016, (501) 669-2958
Jennifer Jones, 62 Lentz Rd, Cleveland, AR 72030-9510, (501) 669-2535
CLINTON
Mountain View, 362 Woolverton Mountain Rd, AR 72031-8913
Cleo Young, 1060 Ada Valley Rd, Adona, AR 72001-8712, (501) 727-5260
Rhonda Shipp, 362 Woolverton Mountain Rd, Clinton, AR 72031-8913, (501) 893-2729
New Hope, PO Box 787, AR 72031-0787, (501) 745-3440
Michael Battenfield, 163 Maxwell St, Clinton, AR 72031-7083, (501) 745-6401
Christa Griffith, 387 Steep Rd, Clinton, AR 72031-6698, CONCORD
Concord, PO Box 145, AR 72523-0145, (870) 283-6928
C/O Church Clerk, PO Box 145, Concord, AR 72523-0145
Church Clerk, PO Box 145, Concord, AR 72523-0145, CONWAY
Antioch, 150 Amity Rd, AR 72032-9754, (501) 329-5153
Jason Aultman, 600 Bristol Lane, Conway, AR 72034-8506, (501) 327-0637
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Alan Luck, 956 Joseph Dr, Conway, AR 72034-8302, (501) 329-7774
Calvary, 4755 Prince St, AR 72032-9387
Roy Hill, 89 Hill Farm Rd, Conway, AR 72032-9041, (501) 231-5221
Martha Brown, 10 Donna Kay Dr, Greenbrier, AR 72032-9579, (501) 472-7537
Central, 3333 Dave Ward Dr, AR 72034-9355, (501) 329-9283
Don R. Chandler, 3515 Bayberry Rd, Conway, AR 72032-5557, (501) 329-3555
Wanda May, 61 Hidden Valley Dr, Conway, AR 72034-8346, (501) 470-1211
Eastside, PO Box 2728, AR 72033-2728, (501) 329-6232
Thom South, 3614 Irby Dr, Conway, AR 72034-7315, (501) 764-1133
Larry Jones, 80 Brownstone Dr, Conway, AR 72034-7604, (501) 205-0241
Old Liberty, PO Box 467, AR 72173-0467
Jeff Russell, 468 Bald Knob Rd, Morrilton, AR 72110-9266, (501) 652-0441
Peggy Francis, 15 Fern Lane, Conway, AR 72032-9421, (501) 329-3015
CORD
Center Grove, 8070 White Dr., AR 72524-9607
Charles Bullington, 240 Shamrock Lane, Sulphur Rock, AR 72579-9666, (870) 799-8558
Marie Priest, 70 Luster Dr, Batesville, AR 72501-8043, (870) 793-7492
Philadelphia, 6425 White Dr, AR 72522-9718
Tracy Grissom, 735 Grey Fox Lane, Batesville, AR 72501-9171, (870) 698-9482
Marsha Rounds, 1195 Rounds Rd, Batesville, AR 72501-9671, (870) 307-3717
CORNING
Landmark, 1109 County Road 176, AR 72470-8032
Robert Moore, 1865 County Road 134, Success, AR 72470-8007, (870) 276-5820
Carol Jordan, 1109 County Road 176, Success, AR 72470-8032, (870) 450-2701
CROCKETTS BLUFF
Crocketts Bluff, 714 W 1st St, AR 72038-9500
Charles F. Jackson, PO Box 549, De Witt, AR 72042-0549, (870) 946-1293
Shirley Jackson, PO Box 549, De Witt, AR 72042-0549 CROSSETT
Beech Street, 500 Beech St, AR 71635-3033, (870) 364-5807
Donnie Dubose 1406 Chestnut St, Crossett, AR 71635-4016, (870) 364-3668
Ann Phillips, 108 Jeffress Curve Rd, Crossett, AR 71635-8669, (870) 364-6883
DAMASCUS
First, PO Box 338, AR 72039-0338, (501) 335-7440
Daniel Williams, 51 Oak Tree Rd, Damascus, AR 72039-8500, (501) 358-1553
Sherri Stewart, 183 Old Highway 65, Damascus, AR 72039-9234, (501) 335-7842
Sand Springs, PO Box 557, AR 72039-0557
Dwayne Thomas, PO Box 557, Damascus, AR 72039-0557, (318) 719-9993
Glenda McGinty, 193 Jackson Rd. N, Damascus, AR 72039-8049, DARDANELLE
Unity, 13206 Harkey Valley Rd, AR 72834-7997
Michael Owens, 1507 S Cleveland, Russellville, AR 72801-7239, (479) 280-0642
Glinda Carroll, 14164 Harkey Valley Rd, Dardanelle, AR 72834-8003, (479) 229-2563
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DE QUEEN
Friendship, PO Box 1049, AR 71832-1049, (870) 642-5055
George Frachiseur, 897 Frachiseur Rd, Grannis, AR 71944-9492, (870) 584-2890
Cassie Hale, 198 Red Bud Rd, De Queen, AR 71832-9060, (870) 784-2435
Old Time, PO Box 495, AR 71832-0495, (870) 584-3970
Joe Carlton, 163 MARcoNE Dr, De Queen, AR 71832-4030, (870) 584-2251
Deborah L Bailey, 189 Johnson Bridge Rd, De Queen, AR 71832-2944, (870) 584-4924
DE VALLS BLUFF
Hurricane, 9650 Scott Rd, AR 72041-9883
C/O Frances, Scott, 9650 Scott Rd, De Valls Bluff, AR 72041-9883, (870) 241-3435
Frances Scott, 9650 Scott Rd, De Valls Bluff, AR 72041-9883, (870) 241-3435
DE WITT
Forks Lagrue, 180 Allen Watkins Rd, AR 72042-9505
Ron Eichmeyer, 136 Paul Addition Rd, Searcy, AR 72143-9425, (501) 827-8807
Teresa Ann Coley, 180 Allen Watkins Rd, De Witt, AR 72042-9505, (870) 946-5401
Sunny Side, 41 Crescent Park Dr, AR 72042-3403
Harvey Brock, 41 Crescent Park Dr, De Witt, AR 72042-3403
Gladys Hearn, 41 Crescent Park Dr, De Witt, AR 72042-3403, DIERKS
Bethany, 199 Wynn Rd, AR 71833-9504, (870) 557-1066
Larry Eason, PO Box 244, Lockesburg, AR 71846-0244, (870) 289-2782
Lana Holley, 199 Wynn Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-9504, (870) 557-1026
Fellowship, PO Box 427, AR 71833-0427
Gary Welch, 275 Harris Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-8807, (870) 285-5189
Gwyn Hartin, 171 Bearden Lane, Dierks, AR 71833-8900, (870) 286-2085
DUMAS
Northside, PO Box 664, AR 71639-0664
Robert E 'Bobby', Bass, 1491 Grant 18 Lot 1, Grapevine, AR 72057-8908, (870) 942-1761
Theda Smallwood, 113 N Crestview St, Dumas, AR 71639-2527, (870) 382-4847
EL DORADO
Grace, 803 E Main St, AR 71730-6317
Terrel W. Langley, 301 Sims Langley Trl, Junction City, AR 71749-8683, (870) 862-6498
Peggy Plummer, 804 Parkers Ridge Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730-2131, (870) 862-2396
Hopewell, 3027 Hopewell Rd, AR 71730-8610, (870) 863-5093
Grant Barnett, 3027 Hopewell Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730-8610, (870) 863-5093
Larry W. Taylor, 758 Featherston Rd, Homer, La, 71040-6834, Mount Union, 653 Mount Union Rd, AR 71730-9088, (870) 862-0085
John Ayers, 653 Mt Union Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730-9088, (870) 669-1662
John A. Owens, 449 Union Road 540, El Dorado, AR 71730-9071, (870) 862-5910
Murmill Heights, 203 Beacon Hill Dr, AR 71730-8303, (870) 863-3282
Billy G, Smith, 205 Beacon Hill Dr, El Dorado, AR 71730-8303, (870) 863-3282
Venita Smith, 203 Beacon Hill Dr, El Dorado, AR 71730-8303, (870) 864-8831
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New Beginnings, 7200 Junction City Hwy, AR 71730-2226, (870) 924-5300
Doyce G. Whitten, 1784 Tucker Store Rd, Spearsville, LA, 71277-3808, (318) 986-5286
Linda Murray, 2368 Baileytown Rd, Haynesville, LA, 71038-6817, Pleasant Grove, 2175 Pleasant Grove Rd, AR 71730-9599, (870) 862-0063
C/O Martha Lee, 3525 Hibanks Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730-2011, (870) 862-1441
Martha Lee, 3525 Hibanks Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730-2011, (870) 862-1441
Wyatt, 4621 W Hillsboro St, AR 71730-6768, (870) 862-2619
C/O Donny Hymer, 4621 W Hillsboro St, El Dorado, AR 71730-6768, (870) 862-4422
Donny Hymer, 4621 W Hillsboro St, El Dorado, AR 71730-6768, (870) 862-2619
ELIZABETH
Landmark, PO Box 55, AR 72531-0055
Mac Kennedy, PO Box 55, Elizabeth, AR 72531-0055
Tricia Guffey, 6113 Highway 223 S, Viola, AR 72583-9613, (870) 405-7768
EMERSON
Atlanta, 15261 Highway 98, AR 71753-9803
C/O Kathy Roberson, 15261 Highway 98, Magnolia, AR 71753-9803
Kathy Roberson, 15261 Highway 98, Magnolia, AR 71753-9803, Brister, 3711 Highway 79 S, AR 71740-9223, (870) 547-2010
Eric Goble, 3711 Highway 79 S, Emerson, AR 71740-9223, (870) 547-2411
Becky Fitzpatrick, 4481 Columbia Road 7, Emerson, AR 71740-9808, (870) 547-3462
First, PO Box 66, AR 71740-0066, (870) 547-2857
Dale E. Fish, PO Box 66, Emerson, AR 71740-0066, (870) 949-1268
Sue Robison, PO Box 116, Emerson, AR 71740-0116, (570) 547-2495
Western, 1760 Columbia Road 3, AR 71740-9408
Tommy Parker, 4701 Highway 371 N, Waldo, AR 71770-9124, (870) 299-3698
Danita Lee, 61 E Columbia Road 4, Emerson, AR 71740-9411, (870) 696-3864
EMMET
Antioch, 172 Nevada 31, AR 71835-9043, (870) 887-5090
Kenneth Grant, 2106 Wilkins St, Hope, AR 71801-6103, (870) 777-4484
Nell Campbell, 172 Nevada 31, Emmet, AR 71835-9043, (870) 887-5090
Bodcaw #1, 1934 Highway 32, AR 71835-8935, (870) 899-2403
Lane Garner, 202 Church Dr, Hope, AR 71801-6051, (870) 722-1972
Marilyn Carlton, 1934 Highway 32, Emmet, AR 71835-8935, (870) 899-2403
Forest Hill, 5479 Highway 73, AR 71835-8922, (870) 887-6440
Rodney Langston, 5479 Highway 73, Emmet, AR 71835-8922, (870) 887-6440
Rebecca Langston, 5479 Highway 73, Emmet, AR 71835-8922, (870) 887-6440
New Liberty, 2695 Nevada 14, AR 71835-8918
James Cox, 1198 Nevada 287, Rosston, AR 71858-8056, (870) 899-2316
Lora Snell, 916 Highway 299 E, Emmet, AR 71835-9042, (870) 703-2478
ENGLAND
Landmark, PO Box 177, AR 72046-0177, (501) 842-2391
Reagan Shearer, 108 Catalpa St, England, AR 72046-1525, (501) 207-2852
Patricia Stewart, 1005 E Homan St, England, AR 72046-2219, (501) 680-4526
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Southside, PO Box 135, AR 72046-0135
Robert Alberson, 504 Jordan Brake Rd, England, AR 72046-8630, (501) 275-3492
Barbara Billings, 510 SW 2nd St, England, AR 72046-1949, (501) 842-3547
Union Valley, 11969 Highway 31 S, AR 72046-9128
William David Gammel, 91 Johnson Rd, Scott, AR 72142-9286, (501) 961-9374
Deborah Gammel, 91 Johnson Rd, Scott, AR 72142-9286, (501) 961-9374
ENOLA
Barney, 594 Highway 107 N, AR 72047-8204
C/O Ruth Blake, 130 6th St, Conway, AR 72032-5823, (501) 329-0026
Ruth Blake, 130 6th St, Conway, AR 72032-5823, (501) 329-0026
Marcus Hill, 82 John T Rd, AR 72047-8115
David Cook, 82 John T Rd, Enola, AR 72047-8115
Janus Reynolds, 12 Tucker Creek Rd, Conway, AR 72034-2910, (501) 327-0600
EUREKA SPRINGS
Mountain View, PO Box 101, AR 72613-0101
Billy Brace, 10498 W High Meadow Dr, Rogers, AR 72756-9221, (479) 381-6608
F. T. Hamblin, PO Box 101, Beaver, AR 72613-0101, (479) 253-8396
FAYETTEVILLE
Calvary, 1410 N Porter Rd, AR 72703-1113, (479) 442-4634
Kirk Shelton, 436 Twin Falls Pl, Farmington, AR 72730-2801, (972) 935-6898
Shirley Wilson, 1936 Lawson St, Fayetteville, AR 72703-1319, (479) 443-2052
Eastside, 325 S Crossover Rd, AR 72701-4632, (479) 444-0802
Larry J. Hendren, Interim, PO Box 1536, Gentry, AR 72734-1536, (479) 238-4510
Judy Faulkner, 198 Ruth St, Farmington, AR 72730-3007, (479) 236-8807
Round Mountain, 18901 Two Wells Rd, AR 72701-9544, (479) 443-1768
David Evans, 8762 E Wagon Wheel Rd, Springdale, AR 72762-9782, (479) 601-3617
Butch Pond, 18901 Two Wells Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72701-9544, (479) 879-5594
Township, PO Box 199, AR 72702-0199, (479) 442-2345
Rustin Cunningham, 500a Fairway Cir, Springdale, AR 72764-1071, (479) 790-2720
Carol Cunningham, 500a Fairway Cir, Springdale, AR 72764-1071, (479) 790-2721
Weddington, 682 N Elkins Rd, AR 72704-9105
Doug Brown, 2304 W Granite, Siloam Springs, AR 72761-3318, (479) 790-8186
Tamara Ellenbecker, 682 N Elkins Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72704-9105, (479) 524-3098
FORDYCE
Pine Crest, PO Box 995, AR 71742-0995
C/O Lucille Williams, PO Box 995, Fordyce, AR 71742-0995
Lucille Williams, PO Box 995, Fordyce, AR 71742-0995, Sulphur Springs, PO Box 804, AR 71742-0804
Harold Harper, PO Box 804, Fordyce, AR 71742-0804, (870) 352-3937
Tammy Harper, PO Box 804, Fordyce, AR 71742-0804, (870) 352-3937
Temple, 200 Graham St, AR 71742-3229, (870) 352-7502
Jeremy Horton, 200 Graham St, Fordyce, AR 71742-3229
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Kay Garlington, PO Box 95, Ivan, AR 71748-0095, Zion, 989 Highway 229, AR 71742-7063, (870) 352-3335
Nick Flowers, 987 Highway 229, Fordyce, AR 71742-7063, (870) 352-7391
Stacie Adair, 457 Highway 229, Fordyce, AR 71742-7047, (870) 723-4514
FOREMAN
Wallace First, PO Box 594, AR 71836-0594, (870) 542-6453
Hershell R. Lee, PO Box 190, Foreman, AR 71836-0190, (870) 542-6566
Velva Lansdell, 175 Highway 108 Spur, Foreman, AR 71836-9056, (870) 542-7491
FORREST CITY
Bethel, PO Box 321, AR 72336-0321
C/O Susan Brown, 62 County Road 743, Wynne, AR 72396-8149, (870) 208-3872
Susan Brown, 62 County Road 743, Wynne, AR 72396-8149, (870) 208-3872
FORT SMITH
New Liberty, 1803 Cavanaugh Rd, AR 72908-7719, (479) 646-8440
Tommy Osman, 3114 Osman Lane, Rudy, AR 72952-9051, (479) 651-5631
Jeannie Norton, 7500 Jenny Lind Rd Apt 113, Fort Smith, AR 72908-7755, (479) 651-9980
FOUKE
New Hope, 486 Miller County 217, AR 71837-9597
Doug Frost, Interim, 121 Lemley Dr, Texarkana, AR 71854-8724, (870) 774-9654
J. W. Martin, 226 Miller County Road 405, Fouke, AR 71837-9397, (903) 278-9250
FULTON
Riverside, PO Box 179, AR 71838-0179
Larry Byers, 3918 Highway 29 S, Hope, AR 71801-8938, (870) 777-9284
Jane Struckman, 4425 Highway 67 W, Fulton, AR 71838-9028, (870) 899-2698
GARFIELD
New Prospect, 17891 Sugar Creek Rd, AR 72732-9630, (479) 359-3014
Ronald L. Shults, 2010 Chapman Lane, Pea Ridge, AR 72751-2025, (479) 451-1057
Michelle Dye, 17891 Sugar Creek Rd, Garfield, AR 72732-9630, (479) 359-3014
GARNER
Garner, PO Box 86, AR 72052-0086, (501) 726-3360
Glen Shults, PO Box 12, Garner, AR 72052-0012, (870) 722-8944
Pearlene Arthur, 326 Highway 11 S, Higginson, AR 72068-9102, (501) 726-3360
GENTRY
Victory, PO Box 206, AR 72734-0206, (479) 736-2900
Dennis Taylor, 13990 Cincinnati Creek Rd, Summers, AR 72769-9754
Shirley Shook, PO Box 564, Gentry, AR 72734-0564, (479) 736-4620
GRANNIS
Holly Grove, 716 W Stilwell, AR 71832-2708
John Gilbert, 628 Mt Carmel Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-9514, (870) 286-9151
Roberta Youngblood, 544 Bonito Trail, Watson, Ok, 74963-5083, (580) 244-7475
GRAVETTE
Beacon, 805 1st Ave SW, AR 72736-9760, (479) 787-6824
Ron Theis, 106 Huntington Rd SW, Gravette, AR 72736-9734, (501) 499-2645
Debra Russow, 12289 Shady Grove Rd, Gravette, AR 72736-9017, (479) 787-0419
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Bethlehem, PO Box 291, AR 72719-0291
Marvin Lloyd, 12541 Haden Rd, Bentonville, AR 72712-7249, (479) 248-2701
Lavon Torix, 15115 W Highway 102, Decatur, AR 72722-9692, (479) 903-2987
Mount Pleasant, 14529 Fielding Rd, AR 72739-9609, (479) 787-5883
Ernest Lastovica, 12036 Mill Dam Rd, Bentonville, AR 72712-7307, (479) 248-7373
Cathleen Spears, 14529 Fielding Rd, Hiwasse AR 72739-9609, (479) 787-5883
GREENBRIER
Bethlehem, 505 Highway 225 W, AR 72058-9455, (501) 679-3974
Martin Jameson, 505 Highway 225 W, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9455, (501) 581-9856
Patricia Daniels, 19 Valley Meadows Dr, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9170, (501) 679-3069
Friendship, 170 Cash Springs Rd, AR 72058-9429, (501) 679-5026
John Burleson, 43 Acklin Gap Rd, Greenbrier, AR 72032-9518, (501) 581-8580
Kathy Mallett, 610 W Republican Rd, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9302, (501) 679-5959
Immanuel, PO Box 221, AR 72058-0221, (501) 679-2612
Tony Crocker, PO Box 221, Greenbrier, AR 72058-0221, (501) 499-0309
Lisa Rust, PO Box 221, Greenbrier, AR 72058-0221, (501) 679-2612
Lifesong Mission, PO Box 1336, AR 72058-1336
Freddie Mark Wilcox, 217 Highway 285 N, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9456, (501) 679-2770
Mary Henry, 5 Fourth St, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9474, Needs Creek, PO Box 8, AR 72058-0008, (501) 679-3429
Myron Milholland, 22 Smallwood Lane, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9531, (501) 679-5519
Jim Atkinson, 11 Sarah Ct, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9122, (501) 581-7607
Pleasant Valley, 3 Pleasant Valley Rd E, AR 72058-9698, (501) 679-3793
Virgil Porter, Jr., PO Box 2584, Conway, AR 72033-2584, (501) 314-9911
Brenda Southerland, 3 Pleasant Valley Rd E, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9698 Springhill, 25 Highway 287, AR 72058-9676, (501) 679-2320
Ed Stephenson, 14 Annabelle Lane, Greenbrier, AR 72058-5002, (501) 679-5848
Brenda Mahan, 53 Highway 287, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9676, (501) 679-3415
GREENWOOD
Denver Street, PO Box 1669, AR 72936-1669, (479) 996-7544
George Reddin, 718 Encina Lane, Greenwood, AR 72936-3823, (501) 472-0516
Sherry Laminack, 1047 Maple Ridge Dr, Greenwood, AR 72936-3103, (479) 252-6671
GREERS FERRY
Greers Ferry, PO Box 1367, AR 72067-1367, (501) 825-7103
Gene Craig, 120 Roberts Lane, Bald Knob, AR 72010-9620, (501) 281-1342
Ellen Johnson, 1099 Inez Lane, Alexander, AR 72002-1815, (501) 317-2139
GURDON
First, 209 E Pine St, AR 71743-1249, (870) 353-4421
Randal Murphy, 209 E Pine St, Gurdon, AR 71743-1249, (870) 226-3447
Mary Ricketts, 503 Sticky Rd, Gurdon, AR 71743-2902, (870) 353-7038
New Caney, 224 Highway 53 N, AR 71743-8880, (870) 353-2781
Ken Beaver, 224 Highway 53 N, Gurdon, AR 71743-8880, (870) 353-2781
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Shellie Stroud, 901 Sticky Rd, Gurdon, AR 71743-2910, (870) 353-4928
GUY
Mount Olive, PO Box 128, AR 72061-0128, (501) 679-2872
Tim Brewer, 11 Lilly Cove, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9095, (501) 581-3670
Sue Clark, 41 E Republican Rd, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9438, (501) 581-5287
HAMBURG
North Main Street, 1105 N Main St, AR 71646-2617, (870) 940-0548
James Thompson, 289 Ashley Road 471, Hamburg, AR 71646-9797, (870) 853-9102
Patsy Jo Tomerlin, 218 Ashley Road 72, Hamburg, AR 71646-8530, (870) 853-8529
Antioch, PO Box 726, AR 71744-0726, (870) 798-4223
Mike Nutt, PO Box 265, Hampton, AR 71744-0265, (870) 798-4892
Shirley Lambert, 1037 W Calhoun 24, Hampton, AR 71744-8880, (870) 798-3742
HAMPTON
Faustina, PO Box 195, AR 71745-0195, (870) 798-2030
Carrold 'Gene' Boyette, 375 Highway 160 W, Banks, AR 71631-9271, (870) 463-8309
Shirley Hollis, PO Box 195, Hampton, AR 71744-0195, Locust Bayou, 11641 W Highway 278, AR 71744-9128
Jeromy M. Roberson, Interim, 2949 Ouachita Road 67, Louann, AR 71751-8633, (870)
639-3156
Shirley Profitt, 14514 Highway 278 W, Camden, AR 71701-7289, (870) 574-0492
Victory, PO Box 1215, AR 71744-1215, (870) 798-3616
Eddie Raines, 106 N Munn, Warren, AR 71671-2952, (870) 226-9062
Mary Beth Kilgore, 971 Calhoun 186, Hampton, AR 71744-9080, (870) 798-3430
Woodberry, PO Box 948, AR 71744-1215, (870) 798-4881
Robbie Duncan, PO Box 948, Hampton, AR 71744-1215, (870) 798-3586
Sharon K. Wilson, 7032 Calhoun 219, Hampton, AR 71744-9243, (870) 798-3536
HARRELL
Canaan, PO Box 131, AR 71745-0131, (870) 798-3085
Brent Day, 989 Highway 229, Fordyce, AR 71742-7063, (870) 352-3335
Lane Reynolds, PO Box 809, Hampton, AR 71744-0809, Dickinson, PO Box 484, AR 71744-0484, (870) 798-2290
Mike Colvin, PO Box 94, Hermitage, AR 71647-0094, (870) 463-2623
Sonya Harrell, PO Box 151, Harrell, AR 71745-0151, HARRISON
Red Oak, PO Box 2174, AR 72601-2174, (870) 741-4674
Gary Crawford, PO Box 127, Harrison, AR 72602-0127, (870) 416-0200
Lena Wolf, PO Box 2174, Harrison, AR 72601-2174, (870) 426-5318
HASKELL
Celebration, 4601 Highway 229, AR 72015-7221, (501) 416-5539
William Allan Eakin, 2415 Spring Creek Dr, Benton, AR 72015-0761, (501) 416-5539
Allan Eakin, 2415 Spring Creek Dr, Benton, AR 72015-0761, (501) 416-5539
HATTIEVILLE
Hattieville, PO Box 240, AR 72063-0240, (501) 354-6453
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Kenneth Strickland, 30 Russell Rd, Hattieville, AR 72063-8900, (501) 354-6453
Anna Halbrook, 41 Halbrook Lane, Morrilton, AR 72110-9069, (501) 354-4639
Old Hickory, PO Box 88, AR 72063-0088
Johnnie Hoffmann, 3 Mitchell Cir, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9124, (501) 733-2565
Annette Williams, 1558 Highway 213, Hattieville, AR 72063-8005, (501) 669-2932
HAYNES
Haynes, PO Box 551, AR 72341-0551, (870) 633-4992
David Yates, 906 Block St S, Wynne, AR 72396-3417, (870) 208-6946
Carolyn Henard, 2324 Lee Rd 303, MARianna, AR 72360-8422, (870) 295-2286
HEBER SPRINGS
Calvary, PO Box 782, AR 72543-0782, (501) 362-5046
Homer Branscum, 325 Lone Star Lane, Greers Ferry, AR 72067-8885, (501) 362-5046
Lesa Jernigan, PO Box 782, Heber Springs, AR 72543-0782, (501) 362-5046
HERMITAGE
Landmark, PO Box 295, AR 71647-0295, (870) 463-8220
Don Smith, 155 Bradley 186, Hermitage, AR 71647-9101, (870) 463-2725
Joanie Mauldin, PO Box 417, Hermitage, AR 71647-0417, (870) 463-8834
HIGHLAND
Highland Hills, 2021 Highway 62 412, AR 72542-9465, (870) 856-4060
Paul Vincent, 36 Winnebago Dr, Cherokee Village, AR 72529-4012, (870) 955-3839
Melinda Vincent, 8 N Lakeshore Dr, Cherokee Village, AR 72529-4121, (870) 219-0766
HOPE
Bethany, 589 Highway 355 W, AR 71801-9034, (870) 777-2044
Eric Fisher, 448 Highway 355 W, Hope, AR 71801-8916, (870) 777-3008
Sandra Hill, 145 Morris Lane, Hope, AR 71801-8977, (870) 777-1396
Emanuel Hispanic Mission, 217 S Gannaway St, AR 71671-2956, (870) 350-6878
Javier Gonzalez, 217 S Gannaway St, Warren, AR 71671-2956, (870) 350-6878
Vera Gonzalez, 217 S Gannaway St, Warren, AR 71671-2956, (870) 350-6878
Garrett Memorial, PO Box 223, AR 71802-0223, (870) 777-3256
Clif Johnson, PO Box 223, Hope, AR 71801-0223, (870) 777-3256
Jessica Trauger, PO Box 223, Hope, AR 71802-0223, (870) 777-3256
Mount Nebo, 911 PAR Cir, AR 71801-8621
Bruce Porter, 911 PAR Cir, Hope, AR 71801-8621, (870) 777-3858
Teresa Porter, 911 PAR Cir, Hope, AR 71801-8621, (870) 777-3858
New Hope, 3719 Highway 278 W, AR 71801-8832, (870) 777-3090
Neal Ridling, 3719 Highway 278 W, Hope, AR 71801-8832, (870) 887-0244
Opal Hatfield, 140 Hatfield Hollow Rd, Washington, AR 71862-9018, (870) 983-2551
Providence, 108 Hempstead 161 W, AR 71801-6162, (870) 777-6299
Kenneth Bobo, 876 Hempstead 5, Hope, AR 71801-8906, (870) 777-2973
Angel Otis, 5196 Highway 29 S, Hope, AR 71801-1093, (870) 331-0306
Shover Springs, 110 County Road 54, AR 71801-6162, (870) 777-2919
Eric Barbaree, 110 County Road 54, Hope, AR 71801-6162, (870) 777-2919
Laura Sue England, 2410 E Plainview St, Hope, AR 71801-8609, (870) 777-6866
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Southside, 2805 Highway 29 S, AR 71801-8946, (870) 777-6272
Mark Faulkner, PO Box 1963, Hope, AR 71802-1963, (870) 826-3862
Diane Hunt, 5228 Hempstead 3, Hope, AR 71801-9368, (870) 777-3862
Unity, 402 S Hervey St, AR 71801-5120, (870) 777-4078
Glen E. Tropp, 715 E 28th St, Hope, AR 71801-1111, (870) 722-9911
Quetta Smith, 1713 E 7th St, Hope, AR 71801-5910, (870) 777-6009
HOT SPRINGS
Charity Heights, 1315 Leonard St, AR 71913-5634, (501) 321-1646
Jim Oliver, 1405 Emory St, Hot Springs, AR 71913-5640
Linda C. Black, 2060 Mtn Pine Rd, Hot Springs, AR 71913-8109, (501) 767-3703
HUGHES
Central, PO Box 903, AR 72348-0903, (870) 339-2503
Lee Roberts, 168 Lakeview Dr, Hughes, AR 72348-9085, (870) 339-3847
Bobbie Crisp, PO Box 31, Caldwell, AR 72322-0031, (870) 633-3041
HUMNOKE
Rowes Chapel, PO Box 125, AR 72072-0125, (501) 275-1006
Patrick Fulmer, 380 Center St, Humnoke, AR 72072-8709, (870) 703-1499
Patricia Alberson, 14235 Highway 13 S, England, AR 72046-8540, (501) 275-3437
JACKSONVILLE
Westside, 417 Dupree Dr, AR 72076-4310, (870) 830-2490
Ronnie Johnson, PO Box 407, Bald Knob, AR 72010-0407, (870) 830-2490
Rita Gresham, 607 S Spring St, Jacksonville, AR 72076-4534, (501) 772-0561
JERSEY
Shady Grove, 1625 Highway 160 W, AR 71651-9201
Billy Hastings, 1625 Highway 160 W, Jersey, AR 71651-9201
Mary Anders, 1625 Highway 160 W, Jersey, AR 71651-9201, JONESBORO
Bethany, PO Box 17034, AR 72403-6718, (870) 935-5318
Jim Swinea, 5917 Megan Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72401-8465, (870) 395-1282
Barbara Harrell, 1916 Sandbrook Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72404-0678, (870) 935-3651
Big Creek Valley, 2805 Neely Rd, AR 72404-8966
Gary D. Gipson, 2492 Highway 349, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9238, (870) 931-7333
Carolyn Thompson, 2805 Neely Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72401-9005, (870) 935-2326
Cathedral, 2706 Alexander Dr, AR 72404-7070, (870) 935-9370
Douglas Welborn, 4103 Kents Pl, Jonesboro, AR 72404-8142, (870) 933-9370
Marc McDonald, 476 Greene 705 Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72401-0315, (870) 935-9370
Center Hill, 7341 County Road 333, AR 72401-0357
John D. Travis, 6994 County Road 333, Jonesboro, AR 72401-0210
Jackie Lynn, 117 County Road 123, Bono, AR 72416-8653, Fairview, 3203 Race St, AR 72401-7439, (870) 935-0266
C/O Flossie Baggett, 1800 Bernard St, Jonesboro, AR 72401-5209, (870) 932-9456
Flossie Baggett, 1800 Bernard St, Jonesboro, AR 72401-5209, (870) 932-9456
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Harmony, 1910 County Road 730, AR 72401-0509, (870) 932-1992
Vance Turner, 25 County Road 469, Piggott, AR 72454-7579, (870) 598-4524
Geraldine Gibbs, 1910 County Road 730, Jonesboro, AR 72401-0509, (870) 932-1992
Immanuel, PO Box 355, AR 72403-0355, (870) 932-1570
Marvin Tate, 105 Walnut St, Brookland, AR 72417-8841, (870) 243-3171
Laura Ward, 613 Billy Lane, Jonesboro, AR 72401-9542, (870) 253-2217
Lorado, 3765 Highway 141 N, AR 72401-9006, (870) 935-4049
Bryan Exum, 7301 Tory Lane, ParRagould, AR 72450-8547, (870) 239-0348
Doris Burdyshaw, 3765 Highway 141 N, Jonesboro, AR 72401-9006, (870) 935-4049
Macedonia, 1940 County Road 712, AR 72401-8010, (870) 935-2985
Joel McMasters, 1901 Paula Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72404-8005, (870) 972-9190
Bert Cole, 1940 County Road 712, Jonesboro, AR 72401-8010, (870) 935-2985
Nueva Esperanza/New Hope Spanish Mission, 3203 Race St, AR 72401-7439
Salvadore Barumen, 2407 Chastain Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72401-8069, (870) 316-2238
Church Clerk, PO Box 606, Lake City, AR 72437-0606, Oak Grove, 2187 Highway 349, AR 72401-9236, (870) 935-9877
Wynndel B. King, 109 County Road 418, Jonesboro, AR 72402-7593, (870) 926-4635
Ivaline Moody, 329 County Road 106, Jonesboro, AR 72404-0979, (870) 935-4266
Prospect, 4200 E Johnson Ave, AR 72401-8838, (870) 932-6026
Michael E. Book, 146 County Road 964, Brookland, AR 72417-8595, (870) 598-7232
Norma Meridith, 901 Freeman St, Jonesboro, AR 72401-3672, (870) 275-7667
Ridgecrest, PO Box 17197, AR 72403-6721, (870) 935-5848
Robbie McMasters, 1609 Cedar Ridge Lane, Jonesboro, AR 72404-8437, (870) 931-6609
Marsha Phillips, PO Box 17197, Jonesboro, AR 72403-6721 Rock Hill, 246 County Road 777, AR 72401-0686, (870) 932-6483
Ray Broadaway, 5006 Woodsprings Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9242, (870) 932-6483
Lesia Brown, 1000 S Patrick St, Jonesboro, AR 72401-4259, (870) 931-1723
Temple, 2405 Stadium Blvd, AR 72403-6363, (870) 935-7250
Andy Neal, 2405 Stadium Blvd, Jonesboro, AR 72403-6363, (870) 935-7250
Lisa Coots, 2405 Stadium Blvd, Jonesboro, AR 72403-6363, (870) 935-7250
Union Grove, 5217 Richardson Dr, AR 72404-8162, (870) 935-5356
C/O Jackie, Lynn, 117 County Road 123, Bono, AR 72416-8653, (870) 897-8589
Jackie Lynn, 117 County Road 123, Bono, AR 72416-8653, (870) 897-8589
Unity, 77 County Road 131, AR 72404-9227
Daniel I. Elrod, 77 County Road 131, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9227, (870) 253-4526
Alta Roberts, 2049 Highway 91 W, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9288, (870) 932-0158
Valley View, 5924 Southwest Dr, AR 72404-9445, (870) 933-8132
Randy Stimach, 5407 Shad Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72404-9419, (870) 761-9714
Kay Fulmer, 20 County Road 478, Jonesboro, AR 72404-7549, (870) 703-4886
JUDSONIA
Highway, PO Box 722, AR 72081-0722, (501) 729-5255
James M. Mills, 218 Buck Rd, Judsonia, AR 72081-9555, (501) 729-0822
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Patsy Collins, 415 Oakdale Church Rd, Judsonia, AR 72081-9145, JUNCTION CITY
Blanchard Springs, PO Box 717, AR 71749-0717, (870) 924-4879
C/O Angela Reynolds, PO Box 717, Junction City, AR 71749-0717, (870) 310-2573
Angela Reynolds, PO Box 717, Junction City, AR 71749-0717, (870) 310-2573
Corney Creek, 10129 Haynesville Hwy, AR 71749-9399
Ernest McAdams, 1420 Oakland Bridge Rd, Spearsville, LA, 71277-2137, (318) 778-0957
Church Clerk, 10129 Haynesville Hwy, Junction City, AR 71749-9399, Mount Moriah, RR 1 Box 177, AR 71749-9008
C/O Terrie McKenzie, 842 CP Davis Rd, Junction City, AR 71749-9506
Terrie McKenzie, 842 CP Davis Rd, Junction City, AR 71749-9506 New Hope, 825 Salem Rd, AR 71749-8725
Johnny C. Johnstone, 105 Ozark St, El Dorado, AR 71730-3740, (870) 862-4314
Kim Waller, 2747 Haynesville Hwy, El Dorado, AR 71730-9720, (870) 315-2007
KINGSLAND
Kingsland, PO Box 31, AR 71652-0031, (870) 348-5420
Richard G. 'Rick' Bolin, PO Box 283, Kingsland, AR 71652-0283, (870) 348-5609
Delain Steelman, 300 Steelman Lane, Kingsland, AR 71652-9190, (870) 818-0408
Mount Elba, PO Box 33, AR 71652-0033
C/O Sarah Rowland, PO Box 94, Kingsland, AR 71652-0094
Sarah Rowland, PO Box 94, Kingsland, AR 71652-0094, New Friendship, 1630 Hampton Garner Rd, AR 71652-8201
Justin Wagnon, 1320 Harrelson Rd, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8148, (870) 820-5480
Lorena Plunkett, 711 Highway 190 E, Grapevine, AR 72057-8986, (870) 942-9092
LAKE CITY
Elm Grove, 2331 Highway 69, AR 72437-8600
Dal Hogan, 2331 Highway 69, Lake City, AR 72437-8600, (870) 219-9462
Mary Clanton, 111 Esther Cir, Trumann, AR 72472-1001, (870) 284-0183
Trinity, 1240 County Road 995, AR 72437-8874, (870) 761-7673
Larry Merrell, 1609 Shady Grove Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72401-5663, (870) 802-4129
Beverly Cochran, 1147 County Road 995, Lake City, AR 72437-8875, (870) 761-7673
Walnut Grove, 3329 Highway 135, AR 72437-8829, (870) 237-4377
Leon Harvey, 3329 Highway 135, Lake City, AR 72437-8829, (870) 237-4377
Brenda Flinn, 1015 Oriole Dr, Jonesboro, AR 72401-8461, (870) 932-2241
LETONA
Letona, PO Box 38, AR 72085-0038, (501) 728-4953
B. J. Wright, PO Box 38, Letona, AR 72085-0038, (501) 728-4953
Vicki Tarpley, PO Box 81, Letona, AR 72085-0081, LEWISVILLE
Knighton Chapel, 255 Lafayette 40, AR 71845-8833
Bill Dulaney, 136 Hempstead 52, Hope, AR 71801-9216, (870) 777-5808
Mae Dulaney, 136 Hempstead 52, Hope, AR 71801-9216, (870) 777-5808
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North Lewisville First, PO Box 156, AR 71845-0156, (870) 921-4727
Dee Ruple, 350 Hempstead 7, Hope, AR 71801-9059, (870) 777-3535
Mary Jo Rogers, 986 Lafayette 31, Stamps, AR 71860-9052, (870) 533-2919
LEXA
Rondo, 201 Estes St, AR 72355-8778
Jim Casey, PO Box 2511, Forrest City, AR 72336-2511, (870) 630-1284
Jeanie Boals, 11614 Highway 121 S, Lexa, AR 72355-8744, (870) 295-3718
LITTLE ROCK
Chenal Valley, PO Box 241550, AR 72223-0011, (501) 821-6252
Tom Mitchell, 107 Cherrybark Dr, Little Rock, AR 72211-2952, (501) 228-4091
Tanya Hicks, 1619 Calgary Tr, Little Rock, AR 72211-4165, (501) 607-3120
El Faro Baptist Mission, PO Box 190902, AR 72219-0902, (501) 565-6155
Jorge Vasquez, 1512 N Highway 229, Benton, AR 72015-7596, (501) 350-6878
Church Clerk, PO Box 190902, Little Rock, AR 72219-0902, Oak Park, 8200 Flintridge Rd, AR 72210-4014, (501) 455-3995
Gary O'Neal, 5445 William Lane, Bryant, AR 72022-9253, (662) 322-5846
Peggy Harris, 12733 Rivercrest Dr, Little Rock, AR 72212-1443, (501) 224-9135
Perry Street, 1918 Perry St, AR 72205-6653
C/O Enid Jolly, 3 Shepard Cove Apt 128, Little Rock, AR 72205-7072, (501) 219-4585
Enid Jolly, 3 Shepard Cv Apt 128, Little Rock, AR 72205-7072, (501) 219-4585
Temple, 10710 Interstate 30, AR 72209-5835, (501) 565-4966
Jerry Kidd, 3102 Travis Parkway, Bryant, AR 72022-8502, (501) 766-3630
Irene Baxley, 2304 Bridgewater, Bryant, AR 72022-8123, (501) 847-2123
LONOKE
Eastside, PO Box 407, AR 72086-0407
Farrell Eoff, 31 Frostwood Dr, Sherwood, AR 72120-1846, (501) 791-6036
Mary Rhoades, 517 E 8th St, Lonoke, AR 72086-2601, (501) 676-6656
MABELVALE
Village Creek, 13224 Sardis Rd, AR 72103-2028, (501) 455-8777
Nathan Winiecki, 309 W High St, Sheridan, AR 72150-2120, (870) 942-7558
Linda Johnson, 11000 Shannon Hills Dr, Mabelvale, AR 72103-3058, MAGNOLIA
Antioch East, 370 Columbia Road 25, AR 71753-9141, (870) 234-4223
Ron Owen, 364 Columbia Road 25, Magnolia, AR 71753-9141, (870) 234-2186
Genia Harrell, 1560 Columbia Road 44, Emerson, AR 71740-9577, (870) 547-2076
Antioch West, 1857 Columbia Road 27 S, AR 71753-8900, (870) 234-7356
Chris Lucy, 1859 Columbia 27 S, Magnolia, AR 71753-8900, (870) 234-4208
Becky Palmer, 1805 Hillcrest, Magnolia, AR 71753-2667, (870) 234-7356
Bethlehem, 920 Columbia Road 40, AR 71753-9699, (870) 312-0299
Jeff Mock, 5521 Red Oak Dr, El Dorado, AR 71730-8513, (870) 312-0299
Shirey Roberson, 920 Columbia Road 40, Magnolia, AR 71753-9699, (870) 596-2960
College View, 2121 N Washington St, AR 71753-9766, (870) 234-2658
Mike Silvey, 2 Broadmoor Dr, Magnolia, AR 71753-4381, (870) 949-2757
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Peggy Lee, 1051 Columbia Road 36, Magnolia, AR 71753-9620, (870) 234-6185
Corinth, 5020 Highway 160, AR 71753-8240
Wayne Raines, 7001 E 6th St, Springhill, LA, 71075-2811, (318) 539-4004
Polly Hartsfield, 511 Columbia Road 219, Magnolia, AR 71753-8538, (870) 696-3546
First, PO Box 456, AR 71753-0456, (870) 234-3595
Brent Summerhill, PO Box 456, Magnolia, AR 71753-0456
Bill Fullenwider, 523 E Union, Magnolia, AR 71753-3662, (870) 234-2266
Macedonia, 760 Highway 160, AR 71753-9410, (870) 696-3781
Joe Owens, 762 Highway 160, Magnolia, AR 71753-9410, (870) 696-3781
Kerry Franks, 471 E Columbia Road 79, Magnolia, AR 71753-8657, (870) 696-3853
Pilgrims Rest, 215 Columbia Road 200, AR 71753-8557, (870) 904-0814
Kevin Edwards, 6631 Highway 19 S, Magnolia, AR 71753-9487, (870) 696-4007
Polly Gatlin, 213 Columbia Road 200, Magnolia, AR 71753-8559, (870) 234-2995
Trinity, PO Box 1213, AR 71754-1213, (870) 234-5395
Leland D. Callaway, 37 Chinquepin Dr, Magnolia, AR 71753-4505, (870) 234-2071
Laura Layton, 1604 S Lakewood, Magnolia, AR 71753-2216, (870) 234-0102
Victory, PO Box 48, AR 71752-0048, (870) 695-3339
Lonnie Warren, 205 Columbia 59, McNeil, AR 71752-6219, (870) 695-3339
Jewell Hinshaw, 4546 Highway 57, Stephens, AR 71764-8328, (870) 756-5053
MALVERN
New Beginnings, PO Box 987, AR 72104-0987, (501) 332-4242
Scott Efird, 707 Ledbetter Tr, Malvern, AR 72104-8278, (501) 337-7191
Gary Butler, 1426 E Mill St, Malvern, AR 72104-5543, Sharon Rose, 920 Cherry Lane, AR 72104-4624, (501) 337-1311
Derwin Harris, 5018 Highway 298, Benton, AR 72019-8065
Debbie Carson, 405 Grandstaff Dr, Hot Springs, AR 71913-8790, (501) 463-9424
South Main, 2027 S Main St, AR 72104-5805, (501) 332-5537
Arlis East, Interim, 20 Charlotte Dr, Sheridan, AR 72150-7209, (870) 942-9924
Theresa Herrington, 272 Butterfield Dr, Malvern, AR 72104-2129, (501) 732-1300
MANILA
Calvary, PO Box 581, AR 72442-0581, (870) 561-4873
Roy Kelems, PO Box 581, Manila, AR 72442-0581
Anita Cole, PO Box 1312, Manila, AR 72442-1312, (870) 561-3946
Little River, 1204 N County Road 309, AR 72442-9079, (870) 564-2524
C/O Thelma Veach, 2129 W County Road 442, Manila, AR 72442-9089, (870) 564-2528
Thelma Veach, 2129 W County Road 442, Manila, AR 72442-9089, (870) 564-2528
Milligan Ridge, 751 N County Road 49, AR 72442-8107, (870) 561-4677
C/O Donna Jackson, PO Box 372, Manila, AR 72442-0372, (870) 561-3501
Donna Jackson, PO Box 372, Manila, AR 72442-0372, (870) 561-3501
MARION
Fellowship, PO Box 66, AR 72364-0066, (870) 514-6226
Josh Wollberg, 6683 Windflower Lane, Memphis, TN, 38134-6060
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Linda Blair, 209 Kingsway Dr, West Memphis, AR 72301-3853, (901) 359-8246
MARKED TREE
Sneed Street, PO Box 603, AR 72365-0603, (870) 358-3650
Ron Lovins, 117 Sneed St, Marked Tree, AR 72365-1941, (870) 358-3650
Church Clerk, PO Box 603, MARked Tree, AR 72365-0603, MARSHALL
Thola, 2179 Thola Loop, AR 72650-8471, (870) 447-2311
Dan Wingo, 2179 Thola Loop, Marshall, AR 72650-8471, (870) 447-2311
Betty Wingo, 2179 Thola Loop, MARshall, AR 72650-8471, (870) 447-2311
MARVELL
Calvary, PO Box 220, AR 72366-0220, (870) 829-2014
J. E. Hughes, PO Box 90, Caldwell, AR 72322-0090, (870) 270-6414
Christine Bartlett, 2677 Highway 243 N, MARvell, AR 72366-9744, (870) 829-2718
County Line, PO Box 1206, AR 72366-1206, (501) 628-1959
Joey McIntosh, PO Box 1206, Marvell, AR 72366-1206
Connie Cavette, PO Box 1171, Marvell, AR 72366-1171, (870) 829-3097
Salem, 2925 Highway 318, AR 72366-9476
C/O John W. Hall, 3062 Highway 318, Marvell, AR 72366-9622, (870) 829-2439
John W. Hall, 3062 Highway 318, Marvell, AR 72366-9622, (870) 829-2439
MAYSVILLE
Maysville, PO Box 95, AR 72747-0095
Raymond Scott, 12553 Scott Rd, Gravette, AR 72736-8984
Rosetta Selby, 20361 W Highway 72, Gravette, AR 72736-9002, (479) 787-6510
MCCASKILL
Pleasant Springs, 2965 Highway 195 N, AR 71847-9020, (870) 874-2893
Jarod Hendry, 149 Pleasant Hill Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-8271, (870) 845-3766
Linda Walters, 2965 Highway 195 N, Mc Caskill, AR 71847-9020, (870) 874-2893
MC CRORY
Calvary, 13802 Highway 37 S, AR 72101-9600, (870) 697-2389
Ferrell Wiggins, PO Box 345, McCrory, AR 72101-0345, (870) 919-6538
Judy Williamson, 12222 Highway 37 S, McCrory, AR 72101-0181, (870) 697-2170
MC DOUGAL
True Light, PO Box 28, AR 72441-0028, (870) 259-3737
Scott Small, 15 County Road 438, Rector, AR 72461-9059, (870) 566-2821
Velma Rigdon, 142 Highway 62, Corning, AR 72422-7733, MC GEHEE
Antioch, PO Box 807, AR 71654-0807, (870) 222-5499
C/O Willie Guimbellot, 439 Friedman St, McGehee, AR 71654-3200, (870) 222-3387
Willie Guimbellot, 439 Friedman St, McGehee, AR 71654-3200, (870) 222-3387
MC NEIL
College Hill, PO Box 1737, AR 71754-1737
C/O Penny Calhoun, 1121 Columbia Road 64, McNeil, AR 71752-6206, (870) 695-3301
Penny Calhoun, 1121 Columbia Road 64, McNeil, AR 71752-6206, (870) 695-3301
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First, PO Box 400, AR 71752-0400, (870) 695-3391
Kyle Callaway, 851 Columbia Road 61, Magnolia, AR 72753-9008, (214) 240-6413
Sam Sharp, 2081 Columbia Road 62 W, McNeil, AR 71752-6248, (870) 695-3391
MC RAE
Shiloh, 460 Shiloh Rd, AR 72102-9771
Bill Watson, 701 W Center Ave, Searcy, AR 72143-5235, (501) 286-6773
Omiejean Carey, 435 Tweedy Rd, McRae, AR 72102-9793, (501) 882-6895
MENA
Faith, 2407 Sutherland Ave, AR 71953-2752, (479) 394-5294
Tim Harper, 3914 Highway 88 E, Mena, AR 71953-8973, (870) 703-4711
Kathy Smallwood, 310 Red Oak Lane, Mena, AR 71953-8341, (479) 394-6381
MINERAL SPRINGS
New Mount Zion, 1291 Bluff Springs Rd, AR 71851-8982
Wayne Reed, 557 Mt. Carmel Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-9515, (870) 286-2422
Robbie Dallas, 1291 Bluff Springs Rd, Mineral Springs, AR 71851-8982, (870) 287-5527
New Shiloh, PO Box 62, AR 71851-0062, (870) 287-5252
David Raulerson, 360 Hempstead 35 N, Fulton, AR 71838-9080, (870) 388-9504
Marnell Pierce, PO Box 62, Mineral Springs, AR 71851-0062, (870) 287-5252
MONTICELLO
East Side, 1479 Highway 35 S, AR 71655-9006, (870) 367-3031
David McDougald, 1479 Highway 35 S, Monticello, AR 71655-9006
Norma Jean Miles, 1616 Highway 278 E, Monticello, AR 71655-9001, (870) 367-3344
New Bethel, 1718 Florence Rd, AR 71655-4497, (870) 367-0709
Jeramie Brown, 174 Jose Chapel Cutoff Rd, Monticello, AR 71655-4485, (870) 367-2196
Saundra Williams, 2888 Florence Rd, Monticello, AR 71655-9092, (870) 367-1793
MORRILTON
Calvary, 101 E Clifton St, AR 72110-2819, (501) 354-2117
Claude 'Sonny' Harvison, 101 E Clifton St, Morrilton, AR 72110-2819
Sheila Andrews, 1210 Branch St, Morrilton, AR 72110-3108, (501) 354-0512
MOUNT VERNON
Mount Nebo, 1154 Highway 36, AR 72111-9669, (501) 849-2145
Howard R. Neal, 159 Silver Ridge Rd, Drasco, AR 72530-9421, (501) 206-2610
Martha Harrison, 1154 Highway 36, Mt Vernon, AR 72111-9669, (501) 849-2145
MOUNTAIN HOME
The Bridge Baptist Mission, 3368 Highway 62 W, AR 72653-6544, (870) 404-7742
Hershel Conley, 54 Olympic Dr, Mountain Home, AR 72653-4169, (870) 508-0111
Lorna Newburn, 3368 Highway 62 SW, Mountain Home, AR 72653-6544, (870) 404-7742
Westside, 639 W Main St, AR 72635-8855, (870) 778-0877
Jim Wallis, 639 W Main St, Gassville, AR 72635-8855, (870) 778-0877
Linda Plumlee, 3537 Buford Cutoff, Mountain Home, AR 72653-7770, (870) 568-6988
MURFREESBORO
Temple, 600 N School St, AR 71958-8840
C/O Peggy Pennington, 16 Caddo Dr, Murfreesboro, AR 71958-8805, (870) 285-3303
Peggy Pennington, 16 Caddo Dr, Murfreesboro, AR 71958-8805, (870) 285-3303
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NASHVILLE
Antioch, PO Box 1583, AR 71852-1583, (870) 557-2729
Bobby Neal, PO Box 558, Dierks, AR 71833-0558, (870) 286-2371
Scott Millward, 153 Jones Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-8015, (870) 451-4395
Center Point, 157 Madison St, AR 71852-7440, (870) 845-2606
Alan Davis, 3213 Highway 71, Lockesburg, AR 71846-9641, (870) 289-6849
Paul Kemp, 157 Madison St, Nashville, AR 71852-7440, (870) 845-2497
County Line, 196 Hempstead 351, AR 71852-8420, (870) 845-4340
Charles Jones, PO Box 28, Hope, AR 71802-0028, (870) 703-3996
Kathy Rogers, 943 Yorks Chapel Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-7540, Grace, 391 Hempstead 348, AR 71852-8826, (870) 845-5948
Ronald Gilbert, 679 Green Plains Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-8820, (870) 200-1324
Kim Gilbert, 679 Green Plains Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-8820, (479) 215-6730
Immanuel, PO Box 212, AR 71852-0212, (870) 845-3414
Paul Bullock, 148 Pleasant Hill Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-8271, (870) 234-1174
Deb Kinkade, 257 Aylett Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-3758, (870) 845-9157
Maple Springs, 158 Rankin Rd, AR 71852-8916
C/O Dean Rankin, 158 Rankin Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-8916
Dean Rankin, 158 Rankin Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-8916, Temperanceville, 482 Yorks Chapel Rd, AR 71852-7522
Calvin, Parker, 618 Mt Carmel Rd, Dierks, AR 71833-9514, (870) 286-3180
Brenda White, 482 Yorks Chapel Rd, Nashville, AR 71852-7522, (870) 845-2198
Unity, 1986 Hempstead 342, AR 71852-8846, (870) 845-4378
David L. Cassady, 679 Highway 355 N, Nashville, AR 71852-8727, (870) 845-4378
Lisa Young, 1986 Hempstead 342, Nashville, AR 71852-8846, (870) 845-4896
NEW EDINBURG
Chapel Hill, 590 Briant Rd, AR 71660-8034
Dwayne Ashcraft, 590 Briant Rd, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8034, (870) 226-3046
Martha Ann Heflin, 190 Shady Grove Rd, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8105, (870) 226-7352
Emmaus, 16130 Highway 189, AR 71660-8062, (870) 226-5340
Tim Williams, 142 Bradley 360, Wilmar AR 71675-8902, (870) 226-2312
Freddy Gullett, 240 Gullett Lane, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8138, (870) 226-7572
First, 1240 Mount Lebanon Rd, AR 71660-8217
Tony Atkins, PO Box 42, Kingsland, AR 71652-0042, (870) 348-5326
Sheila Towery, 1240 Mt Lebanon Rd, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8217, Mount Lebanon, 2670 Mount Lebanon Rd, AR 71660-8213
Ware Russell, 186 Ouachita Rd 88, Camden, AR 71701-9477, (870) 574-2169
Sondra Parker, 2670 Mt Lebanon Rd, New Edinburg, AR 71660-8213, NEWARK
First, PO Box 205, AR 72562-0205, (870) 799-3498
Bill Goodwin, 8 Royal Cir, Batesville, AR 72501-9191, (870) 793-3035
Debbie Brooks, 1455 Shug Rd, NewARk, AR 72562-9335, (870) 920-7428
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NEWPORT
Lakeside, 1108 Dill St, AR 72112-4017, (870) 523-2549
C/O Debbie Anderson, 891 BAR Rd, Newport, AR 72112-9162, (870) 217-1753
Debbie Anderson, 891 BAR Rd, Newport, AR 72112-9162, (870) 217-1753
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
Berean, 5512 Pike Ave, AR 72118-3052, (501) 753-3166
David Webb, 5512 Pike Ave, North Little Rock, AR 72118-3052
Glenda Tipton, 407 W 51st St, North Little Rock, AR 72118-4127, (501) 758-1969
Church At Willow Beach, 11200 Highway 165, AR 72117-9727, (501) 955-7679
Roy L. Tilley, 3124 Fern Cove S, Sherwood, AR 72120-4076, (501) 425-9685
Jan Lambert, 212 Prairie View Dr, North Little Rock, AR 72117-3814, (501) 945-9469
Kellogg Valley, 9516 Bamboo Lane, AR 72120-1604, (501) 835-7221
Paul Rice, 5705 N Hills Blvd, North Little Rock, AR 72116-6417, (501) 834-2256
Beth Riddling, 36 Sheila Dr, North Little Rock, AR 72120-1841, (501) 835-1026
4093
North View, PO Box 17836, AR 72117-0836, (501) 945-2640
James Ray Raines, 5300 Timber Creek Cir, North Little Rock, AR 72116-6492, (501) 758-
Oak Grove, 12118 MacArthur Dr, AR 72118-1625, (501) 851-2029
C/O Ardeth Oliger, 5709 Marion St, North Little Rock, AR 72118-3069, (501) 753-8898
Ardeth Oliger, 5709 MARion St, North Little Rock, AR 72118-3069, (501) 753-8898
Oasis, 7318 Windsong Dr, AR 72113-9512, (501) 851-3992
Todd West, 7200 Windsong Dr, North Little Rock, AR 72113-9518, (501) 851-3992
Cindy Mickan, 25 Pin Oak Loop, Maumelle, AR 72113-6854, (501) 851-3992
Park View, 900 Donovan Briley Blvd, AR 72118-3984, (501) 753-0474
Brian Sheppard, 1919 Arrowhead Rd, North Little Rock, AR 72118-3713, (479) 206-3006
Diane Spence, 1320 Oak Shadows Dr., Sherwood, AR 72120-9554, (501) 833-2766
Anita Coffey, 13007 Willow Beach Rd, North Little Rock, AR 72117-9308, (501) 945-2365
OIL TROUGH
Meadow Lake, 1570 Meadow Lake Rd, AR 72564-9799
C/O Kay Edwards, PO Box 295, Oil Trough, AR 72564-0295
Kay Edwards, PO Box 295, Oil Trough, AR 72564-0295, OSCEOLA
Westside, PO Box 852, AR 72370-0852, (870) 563-6348
John Adam Lewis, Interim, PO Box 852, Osceola, AR 72370-0852, (903) 701-2659
Jan Jacks, 126 Mockingbird Lane, Osceola, AR 72370-2227, (870) 563-2899
OZARK
West Park, PO Box 541, AR 72949-0541, (479) 667-3880
Troy Vaughn, PO Box 541, Ozark, AR 72949-0541, (479) 667-0477
Mildred Clift, 2601 Mossey Rd, OzARk, AR 72949-3928, PARAGOULD
Grace Temple, 7110 Highway 135, AR 72437-8911
Gary Henderson, PO Box 19066, Jonesboro, AR 72403-9066, (870) 974-1996
Shirley McNatt, 7110 Highway 135, Lake City, AR 72437-8911, (870) 335-6749
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Tenth Street, 1018 Greene Rd 707, AR 72450-8241, (870) 239-8671
Boyce Cate, 1018 Greene Rd 707, Paragould, AR 72450-8241, (870) 476-3220
Emma Cate, 1018 Greene Rd 707, Paragould, AR 72450-8241, PIGGOTT
Shady Grove, 970 E Maxine St, AR 72454-2301, (870) 634-6595
Robert Gunnels, PO Box 134, Piggott, AR 72454-0134, (870) 926-8353
Evanell Turner, 970 E Maxine St, Piggott, AR 72454-2301, (870) 598-3890
PINE BLUFF
Commerce Road, 270 Rowell Rd W, AR 71665-8136, (870) 536-5636
Boyce L. Garlington, 270 Rowell Rd W, Rison, AR 71665-8136, (870) 357-2838
Myron Calhoun, 1152 Avalon Rd, Star City, AR 71667-8980, Meadowview, 7900 Middle Warren Rd, AR 71603-8224, (870) 879-9616
Billy Huffmaster, Interim, 195 Dillon Dr, Cabot, AR 72023-8977, (601) 540-0380
Ruby Poteet, 8303 Middle Warren Rd, Pine Bluff, AR 71603-9232, (870) 879-1378
Oakland Heights, 9620 Highway 270, AR 71602-9493, (870) 247-1664
Rusty Womble, 1011 W Hadley Rd, White Hall, AR 71602-9680, (501) 352-7502
Church Clerk, 337 Regal Oaks Cir, White Hall, AR 71602-3053, (870) 247-0705
PLUMERVILLE
Bald Knob, 106 Highway 287, AR 72127-8868, (501) 208-2609
Billy Duncan, 25 Duncan Kay Dr, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9579, (870) 919-6570
Tammie Darter, 104 Simms St, Plumerville, AR 72127-8804, (501) 208-2609
Caney Valley, 80 Garrett Lane, AR 72127-8704
Cecil H. Burgess, 181 Highway 285 N, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9675, (501) 679-3471
Carma Garrett, 80 Garrett Lane, Plumerville, AR 72127-8704, (501) 354-5786
Mount Pleasant, 896 Highway 92, AR 72127-8879, (501) 354-6365
Ken Gipson, Interim, PO Box 834, Conway, AR 72033-0834, (501) 327-9527
Stacey Bell, 28 York Dr, Morrilton, AR 72110-9227, (501) 289-0750
POCAHONTAS
Pocahontas, 2719 Thomasville Rd, AR 72455-1201, (870) 892-8631
Randy Lingenfelter, 11223 Highway 62 W, Imboden, AR 72434-9549, (870) 378-5482
Michele Sullivan, 2719 Thomasville Rd, Pocahontas, AR 72455-1201, (870) 892-8631
POPLAR GROVE
Trenton, PO Box 515, AR 72366-0515
Mike Shelley, 4047 Highway 316 S, Poplar Grove, AR 72374-9523, (870) 228-2808
Doris Crisp, 453 Phillips Rd 626, Marvell, AR 72366-8885, (870) 829-2066
PRAIRIE GROVE
Prairie Oaks, PO Box 424, AR 72753-0424, (479) 846-4318
Brad Harris, 507 Westwood Ave, Prairie Grove, AR 72753-7903, (479) 236-7446
Patsy Davis, 12473 Shamrock Rd, Farmington, AR 72730-9624, (479) 267-1844
PRESCOTT
Central, 615 E 2nd St S, AR 71857-2117, (870) 887-5031
Perry G. Johnson, 623 E 3rd St, Prescott, AR 71857-2125, (870) 887-3599
Sherry Williams, 615 E 2nd St S, Prescott, AR 71857-2117, (870) 887-5031
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Laneburg, 153 Nevada 00, AR 71857-7071, (870) 899-2360
David Hampton, 2530 Highway 355, Rosston, AR 71858-8143, (870) 899-2360
Nelwyn Almand, 153 Nevada 00, Prescott, AR 71857-7071, (870) 887-3854
Missionary Grove, 643 Nevada 66 E, AR 71857-8122
C/O Jo Ridling, 643 Nevada 66 E, Prescott, AR 71857-8122
Jo Ridling, 643 Nevada 66 E, Prescott, AR 71857-8122, Shady Grove, 502 Nevada 246, AR 71857-8225
Mike Puckett, PO Box 738, Hope, AR 71801-0738, (870) 777-8762
Frances Swift, 749 Nevada 249, Prescott, AR 71857-7707, (870) 887-3713
QUITMAN
Flat Rock, 1849 Quitman Rd, AR 72131-9802
Preston Kelso, Interim, 20 Acres Cir, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9406, (501) 679-4807
Tammy Jones, 30 Elizabeth Cir, Heber Springs, AR 72543-9018, (501) 362-1710
Kaley Hill, 399 Jefferson Cir, AR 72131-9221
Nicholas Parish, 3 Cherokee Cir, Conway, AR 72034-4901, (870) 584-6324
Twilla Ann Snyder, 449 Wilderness Dr, Quitman, AR 72131-9173, (501) 589-3466
New Home, 75 Buck Branch Rd, AR 72131-7213
Don Betts, 83 Graystone Dr, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9382, (501) 679-3706
Paula Herring, 73 Buck Branch Rd, Quitman, AR 72131-7213, (501) 691-6113
Sulphur Springs, 20 Old Springfield Rd, AR 72131-8936
Todd Wilson, 40 Huntington Dr, Greenbrier, AR 72058-9566, (501) 679-5428
Katie Stephens, 67 Herring Rd, Quitman, AR 72131-8919, (501) 679-1480
RAVENDEN
Lone Oak, 1304 Lawrence Road 145, AR 72459-8911
William 'Bill' Teague, 135 Highway 67, Alicia, AR 72410-8914, (870) 679-0305
Catherine Hughes, 13413 Highway 62 E, Ash Flat, AR 72513-9710, (870) 994-2163
RECTOR
Antioch, 101 E 1st St, AR 72461-1401
C/O Vadalia Huggins, 1116 W 2nd St, Rector, AR 72461-1510, (870) 595-3754
Vadalia Huggins, 1116 W 2nd St, Rector, AR 72461-1510, (870) 595-3754
Blooming Grove, 207 N Fairview St, AR 72461-1423
Owen Little, 102 N Lincoln Ave, Corning, AR 72422-2037, (870) 857-3239
Martha Thompson, 207 N Fairview St, Rector, AR 72461-1423, (870) 595-3805
RISON
Bethel #1, PO Box 370, AR 71665-0370, (870) 325-7484
John Fulmer, PO Box 370, Rison, AR 71665-0370, (870) 325-7484
Sharon K. Gray, 50 White Oak Bluff Rd, Rison, AR 71665-9223, (870) 325-6567
ROE
Roe Missionary, 9140 Walton Rd, AR 72041-9889, (870) 830-6031
Bart Manis, 162 Eagle Park Rd, Lonoke, AR 72086-8916, (501) 804-6666
Tracy Smith, 9140 Walton Rd, De Valls Bluff, AR 72041-9889, (870) 830-6031
Rogers
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Grace Hills Mission, 2800 SW 14th St Ste 10, AR 72712-3418, (479) 259-2450
Brandon Cox, 3900 SW Flatrock Ave, Bentonville, AR 72712-5679, (479) 426-6575
Angie Cox, 3900 SW Flatrock Ave, Bentonville, AR 72712-5679, (479) 426-6575
Nueva Esperanza Mission, 1812 S Dixieland Rd, AR 72756-5735, (479) 903-6021
Alfredo Martinez, 1102 Longview Dr, Rogers, AR 72756-0517, (479) 986-0856
Francisca Martinez, 1812 S Dixieland Rd, Rogers, AR 72756-5735 Temple, 1812 S Dixieland Rd, AR 72758-5735, (479) 636-1064
Wade Allen, 1812 S Dixieland Rd, Rogers, AR 72758-5735, (419) 903-2792
Elaine Simpson, 2603 Graham Dr, Rogers, AR 72758-9601, (479) 631-1124
ROSSTON
Bluff Springs, 694 Nevada 289, AR 71858-8024
Donnie Dillard, 4772 Highway 278 E, Emmet, AR 71835-8805, (870) 899-2714
Alexis Rothenberger, 518 E 3rd St S, Prescott, AR 71857-2122, (870) 703-5812
Bodcaw, 2469 Highway 53, AR 71858-8108, (870) 703-5679
Tim Vines, 233 Nevada 5, Emmet, AR 71835-8941, (870) 703-5679
Clifton O. Butler, 2535 Highway 53, Rosston, AR 71858-8115, (870) 899-2473
Corinth, 3590 Highway 32, AR 71858-8157
C/O Ernestine McCord, 980 Nevada 7, Buckner, AR 71827-9322, (870) 899-2707
Ernestine McCord, 980 Nevada 7, Buckner, AR 71827-9322, (870) 899-2707
First, PO Box 36, AR 71858-0036
Claude Wells, 440 N Main St, Buckner, AR 71827-9533, (870) 904-9420
Kathy Johnson, 2950 US Highway 371, Prescott, AR 71857-7049, (870) 703-6676
Union, 103 Nevada 9, AR 71858-8041, (870) 899-2424
Joe Brown, 103 Nevada 9, Rosston, AR 71858-8041, (870) 899-2760
Mary Jones, 167 Nevada 2781, Emmet, AR 71835-8831, (870) 899-2962
White's Chapel, 654 Nevada 120, AR 71858-8060
David Paul Heckman, 2317 U S Highway 67 N, Prescott, AR 71857-7756, (870) 887-0393
Joyce Mason, 2749 Highway 53, Rosston, AR 71858-8131, (870) 899-2876
RUSSELL
Russell, 690 N Taylor Rd, AR 72010-9564, (501) 724-8713
J. W. Wright, PO Box 54, Russell, AR 72139-0054, (870) 397-4016
Lottie James, 214 Hillcrest Rd, Bradford, AR 72020-9240, (501) 258-1640
RUSSELLVILLE
Grace, 1800 S Knoxville Ave, AR 72802-2668, (479) 968-4115
Roger D. Pearce, 1800 S Knoxville Ave, Russellville, AR 72802-2668, (479) 264-5423
Carol South, 121 Cain Ave, Russellville, AR 72801-8339, (479) 967-3913
SAINT CHARLES
First, PO Box 53, AR 72140-0053, (870) 282-3243
Todd Smith, PO Box 194, Roe, AR 72134-0194, (870) 241-3412
Patricia Wade, PO Box 24, St Charles, AR 72140-0024, (870) 282-3741
SARATOGA
Community, PO Box 74, AR 71859-0074, (870) 388-9200
C/O Terri, Gray, 1747 Highway 355 S, Saratoga, AR 71859-9001, (870) 388-9284
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Terri Gray, 1747 Highway 355 S, Saratoga, AR 71859-9001, (870) 388-9284
SEARCY
Foster's Chapel, PO Box 1254, AR 72145-1254, (501) 279-2097
Michael McAnelly, PO Box 955, Bald Knob, AR 72010-0955, (501) 283-0013
Nadine Birdwell, 415 S Sherwood Dr, Searcy, AR 72143-7029, (501) 268-6714
Park Avenue, 211 E Park Ave, AR 72143-6815, (501) 268-8251
Keith V. Lunceford, 44 Indian Trail, Searcy, AR 72143-5918, (501) 268-2009
Madelyn Hopper, PO Box 138, Kensett, AR 72082-0138, (501) 593-9262
Tabernacle, 1510 E Moore Ave, AR 72143-4631, (501) 279-6536
Joseph McElyea, 294 Smith Rd, Searcy, AR 72143-8623, (501) 268-1225
Lenora Britton, 1510 E Moore Ave, Searcy, AR 72143-4631, (501) 268-2331
West Race, 1009 W Race Ave, AR 72143-3446, (501) 268-2312
Jackie Manasco, 108 N Ella St, Searcy, AR 72143-5123, (501) 268-2998
Linda Brandon, 105 N College St, Searcy, AR 72143-5142, (501) 268-2348
SHERIDAN
Immanuel, 206 E Holly St, AR 72150-2538, (870) 942-4891
Gary Copeland, 206 E Holly St, Sheridan, AR 72150-2538, (870) 942-4891
Gail Earnhart, 5055 Highway 167 N, Sheridan, AR 72150-8240, (870) 942-4341
SHERWOOD
Cherrywood, PO Box 6246, AR 72124-6246, (501) 835-1970
Rick Hershberger, PO Box 1163, Greenbrier, AR 72058-1163, (501) 250-4116
Beth Phillips, 2001 Sage Meadows Cir, Sherwood, AR 72120-4373, (501) 835-4613
North Hills, 9618 Highway 107, AR 72120-2637, (501) 835-6221
Jim Ward, 4 Wildwood Dr, Cabot, AR 72023-9327, (501) 416-7842
Myrle Swope, 34811 Highway 107, Cabot, AR 72023-7926, (501) 988-9760
SILOAM SPRINGS
East Kenwood, PO Box 593, AR 72761-0593, (479) 524-6858
Jeremy Wiginton, PO Box 418, Bentonville, AR 72712-0418, (479) 426-0113
Susie Hendren, PO Box 1536, Gentry, AR 72734-1536, (479) 228-1055
SMACKOVER
Calvary, PO Box 2, AR 71762-0002, (870) 725-1171
C/O Larry Preston, 2236 Pershing Hwy, Smackover, AR 71762-9549, (870) 725-2854
Larry Preston, 2236 Pershing Hwy, Smackover, AR 71762-9549, (870) 725-2854
SPRINGDALE
Spring Creek, 8762 E Wagon Wheel Rd, AR 72762-9782
Allen Akin, 614 Westin Cir, Cave Springs, AR 72718-8453, (479) 636-2506
Roy Grimsley, 8551 CARrie Smith Rd, Springdale, AR 72762-8057, (479) 248-1596
Springdale, 2844 McRay Ave, AR 72762-3825, (479) 756-3631
Wes Hulvey, 904 S 13th St, Rogers, AR 72758-5118, (479) 419-0122
Jean Ann Pinkston, 3750 Colburn Lane, Springdale, AR 72762-2738, (479) 466-3493
Turner Street, 4305 S Turner St, AR 72764-7443
Tim Reddin, 2901 E Sterling Ct, Fayetteville, AR 72703-4513, (479) 200-3492
Karen Ward, 8326 Carrie Smith Rd, Springdale, AR 72764-9803, (479) 248-1552
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STAMPS
Calvary, PO Box 155, AR 71860-0155, (870) 826-3169
Roy Johnson, 1222 Ridge Road Dr, Stamps, AR 71860-2212, (870) 826-3169
Amy Riley, 543 Nevada 49, Buckner, AR 71827-9328, (870) 571-5510
Pleasant Grove, 102 Lafayette 27, AR 71860-9041, (870) 533-2137
Andrew Coleman, 806 Central Ave, Stamps, AR 71860-2616
Carrol Rollins, 102 Lafayette 27, Stamps, AR 71860-9041, (870) 533-4603
STAR CITY
Canaan, 510 W Wiley St, AR 71667-5111, (870) 628-4292
C/O Dottie, Ryker, 510 W Wiley St, Star City, AR 71667-5111, (870) 628-4292
Dottie Ryker, 510 W Wiley St, Star City, AR 71667-5111, STRAWBERRY
Bold Springs, PO Box 144, AR 72469-0144, (870) 528-4981
Deshawn Pankey, PO Box 183, Lynn, AR 72440-0183, (870) 528-4981
September Smart, 159 County Road 353, Bono, AR 72416-7524, STUTTGART
Harmony, 910 E 19th St, AR 72160-6815, (870) 673-1396
David Inzer, 1816 Strait Pl, Stuttgart, AR 72160-5726, (870) 673-4692
Wanda Tiner, 910 E 19th St, Stuttgart, AR 72160-6815, SULPHUR SPRINGS
Mount Zion, PO Box 99, AR 72768-0099, (479) 822-5233
Jheri Roberts, 10 Doon Cir, Bella Vista, AR 72715-5226, (479) 752-7082
Jill Winkler, 499 Winkler Rd, Noel, Mo, 64854-7401, (417) 475-6916
SUMMERS
Summers, PO Box 27, AR 72769-0027, (479) 824-3436
Paul W. Young, 16887 Chickadee Lane, Gravette, AR 72736-9178, (479) 640-3659
Doyle Barnes, 24589 Lake Francis Rd, Siloam Springs, AR 72761-5294, (479) 524-8355
TAYLOR
Beacon, PO Box 94, AR 71861-0094, (870) 696-4018
Karry Easley, 30 Lafayette 301, Stamps, AR 71860-8849, (870) 533-2004
Vickie Griffin, 48 Columbia Road 247, Taylor, AR 71861-9340, (870) 694-6342
First, PO Box 60, AR 71861-0060, (870) 694-4271
Randy Wilson, 6153 Columbia 1, Taylor, AR 71861-9403, (870) 696-3996
Peggy Bland, 502 N Hays St, Taylor, AR 71861-9230, (870) 299-0617
Spring Branch, 94 Columbia Road 229, AR 71861-9624
Rufus Stuart, PO Box 14, Taylor, AR 71861-0014, (870) 904-9630
Linda Cheatham, 94 Columbia Road 229, Taylor, AR 71861-9624, (318) 578-2313
TEXARKANA
Central, 2117 E 35th St, AR 71854-2404
Phillip C. Dunn, 2117 E 35th St, Texarkana, AR 71854-2404, (870) 773-1947
Janet Green, 2117 E 35th St, Texarkana, AR 71854-2404, TICHNOR
New Zion, PO Box 4, AR 72166-0004
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Steven Mannis, 739 McAdams Rd, De Witt, AR 72042-9321, (870) 946-9387
Scott Shepherd, PO Box 21, Tichnor, AR 72166-0021, (870) 509-0512
TRUMANN
Central, 610 W Speedway St, AR 72472-2225, (870) 483-5562
Michael Willard, 119 Summer Leigh Cv, Bay, AR 72411-9462, (870) 974-2733
Georgia Bailey, 625 Honeysuckle Lane, Trumann, AR 72472-1041, (870) 483-6649
Parkview, PO Box 1042, AR 72472-1042, (870) 483-7660
Robert 'Bubba' Reese, 117 N Parkview Dr, Trumann, AR 72472-1325, (870) 483-7660
Carolyn Fletcher, 413 Blanton Dr, Trumann, AR 72472-3907, (870) 483-2516
Trumann, PO Box 454, AR 72472-0454
Myles Evans, 121 County Road 660, Lake City, AR 72437-8563, (870) 284-0810
Reba Ussery, PO Box 417, Trumann, AR 72472-0417, (870) 687-4700
VIOLET HILL
Fairview, PO Box 4, AR 72584-0004, (870) 322-7316
Randy Bailey, PO Box 24, Violet Hill, AR 72584-0004, (870) 759-2341
Teresa Kelly, PO Box 232, Brockwell, AR 72584-0232, (870) 291-2326
WALDO
First, PO Box 385, AR 71770-0385, (870) 693-5318
Shane Crank, Interim, PO Box 385, Waldo, AR 71770-0385, (870) 904-5192
Jerry D Hicks, 511 Warnock Spgs Rd, Magnolia, AR 71753-9005, (870) 234-4009
Mount Vernon, 771 Highway 344, AR 71770-9089
Jim H. Brown, 6020 Highway 160, Magnolia, AR 71753-8250, (870) 696-3713
Jean Drake, 771 Highway 344, Waldo, AR 71770-9089, Pleasant Hill, 2160 Columbia Road 12, AR 71753-8593, (870) 696-3917
Gordon Rodgers, 5342 US Highway 371, Rosston, AR 71858-8900, (870) 871-2726
Mary Jo Rogers, 508 W University, Magnolia, AR 71753-9341, (870) 234-1463
Shiloh Lamartine, 420 Columbia Road 60 E, AR 71770-9320, (870) 693-2726
Kenneth 'Petie' Ward, Jr, 242 Nevada 49, Rosston, AR 71858-8164, (870) 693-2726
Edward Winberry, 4800 Highway 371 N, Waldo, AR 71770-9125, (870) 693-5134
WALNUT RIDGE
Fellowship, PO Box 442, AR 72476-0442
John Durham, 130 NE Brewer Dr, Walnut Ridge, AR 72476-3408, (870) 886-3684
Patricia Douglas, 414 SE Hayes St, Hoxie, AR 72433-2513, (870) 637-2751
WARD
Charity, PO Box 286, AR 72176-0286, (501) 843-2425
Keith Lewis, 130 Underhill Rd, Beebe, AR 72012-9751, (501) 230-2900
Lynn Taylor, 114 E Florida St, Beebe, AR 72012-3302, (501) 281-3049
WARREN
Calvary, 605 Sturgis St, AR 71671-2535, (870) 226-5422
C/O Betty Ragar, 912 Woodlawn, Warren, AR 71671-3018, (870) 226-3582
Betty Ragar, 912 Woodlawn, Warren, AR 71671-3018, (870) 226-3582
Cross Roads, 169 Bradley 232 Rd, AR 71671-9195
Sidney McGraw, 109 Scotta St, Warren, AR 71671-2829, (870) 315-0646
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Steven Dawkins, 608 Highway 278 W, Warren, AR 71671-9184, (870) 226-6969
El Sembrador Mission, 217 S Gannaway St, AR 71671-2956, (870) 350-6878
Javier Gonzalez, 217 S Gannaway St, Warren, AR 71671-2956, (870) 350-6878
Vera Chacon De Gonzalez, 217 S Gannaway St, Warren, AR 71671-2956, Farmville, 118 Bradley 297 Rd, AR 71671-8990, (870) 463-8195
Billy Biggs, 1509 W Pine St, Warren, AR 71671-1813, (870) 308-5232
Anna Grider, 118 Bradley 297 Rd, Warren, AR 71671-8990, (870) 463-8195
WEST HELENA
Fourth Street, 1226 N Fourth, AR 72390-9312, (870) 572-1155
Rodger Hooker, 11 Terrace Dr, Helena, AR 72342-0109, (870) 817-0088
Paula Walker, PO Box 5, Aubrey, AR 72311-0005, (870) 295-0806
3580
Harmony, 801 Airport Rd, AR 72390-1717, (870) 572-9342
Fred Garrison, 56 Phillips Rd 314, Lexa, AR 72355-8388, (870) 572-3593
Mary Frances Batchelor, 43 Phillips Road 323, West Helena, AR 72390-9598, (870) 572-
WHITE HALL
Calvary, PO Box 4, AR 72079-0004, (870) 247-2633
Rodney Castleberry, 2202 Richmond St, Pine Bluff, AR 71603-7522, (501) 977-4772
Thelma Dunlap, PO Box 4, Jefferson, AR 72079-0004, (501) 200-2075
Lemonwood, 920 Shepherd Dr, AR 71602-5439, (870) 247-2777
Steven Drye, Interim, 350 Drye Rd, Rison, AR 71665-9691, (870) 325-6008
Shirley McClain, 920 Shephard Dr, White Hall, AR 71602-5439, WYNNE
Grace, PO Box 553, AR 72396-0553, (870) 238-8508
C/O Teressa Davis, 722 County Road 532, Wynne, AR 72396-7554, (870) 238-3987
Teressa Davis, 722 County Road 532, Wynne, AR 72396-7554, (870) 238-3987
New Hope, 644 County Road 724, AR 72396-8124, (870) 238-2544
Brad Hardesty, 644 County Road 724, Wynne, AR 72396-8124, (870) 740-3884
Phyllis Latham, 2 County Road 771, Wynne, AR 72396-8118, (870) 238-8909
CALIFORNIA
BARSTOW
Oasis, 165 W Grace St, CA, 92311-2104, (760) 256-5292
Charles Beason, 31121 Balsa Ave, Barstow, CA, 92311-2104, (760) 256-5292
Mary C. Reynolds, 31110 Balsa Ave, Barstow, CA, 92311-2104, BLOOMINGTON
Calvary, PO Box 283, CA, 92316-0283, (909) 877-0597
Darrell Cast, 21850 Standing Rock, Apple Valley, CA, 92307-4034, (760) 247-0859
Bobi Morgan, 9446 Lime Ave, Fontana, CA, 92335-2566, (909) 829-8328
CERES
Mitchell Road, 2109 Mitchell Rd, CA, 95307-2429, (209) 537-7490
C/O Sandra Thompson, PO Box 2655, Ceres, CA, 95307-2655
Sandra Thompson, PO Box 2655, Ceres, CA, 95307-2655 ESCALON
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First Missionary, 2145 Jackson Ave, CA, 95320-2051, (209) 691-6074
Robert Weible, 2123 Jackson Ave, Escalon, CA, 95320-2051, (209) 740-3222
Mary S. Brannon, 10324 Victory Ave, Oakdale, CA, 95361-9724, (209) 847-3268
FREMONT
Memorial, 4467 Stevenson Blvd, CA, 94538-2645, (510) 656-5522
Ralph M. Krisell, 4467 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, CA, 94538-7445, (510) 656-8360
Gloria Krisell, 4467 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, CA, 94538-7445, (510) 656-8360
Gardena
First Missionary, 1429 W 182nd St, CA, 90248-3948, (310) 323-9173
C/O Lori Kinzie, 1606 W 259th St, Harbor City, CA, 90710-3216, (310) 918-3223
Lori Kinzie, 1606 W 259th St, Harbor City, CA, 90710-3216, (310) 918-3223
HESPERIA
Temple, 14892 Pendleton St, CA, 92345-2455, (760) 244-1122
Randy L. Burk, 14892 Pendleton St, Hesperia, CA, 92345-2455, (760) 244-1122
Brenda Hawk, 11222 Maple Rd, Hesperia, CA, 92345-9998 LA VERNE
Calvary, 2990 Damien Ave, CA, 91750-4110, (909) 593-4672
Lincoln A. Dial, 2719 Grove St, La Verne, CA, 91750-4650, (909) 596-9053
Jean Sullivan, 1495 Third St, La Verne, CA, 91750-5204, (909) 593-3355
PHELAN
Cornerstone Mission, PO Box 293536, CA, 92329-3536, (760) 868-1519
Jon R. Sparlin, 11522 Hacienda Rd, Phelan, CA, 92371-8007, (760) 868-8332
Cheran Smith, PO Box 293536, Phelan, CA, 92329-3536, RIDGECREST
Bethel, 722 E Dolphin Ave, CA, 93555-8100, (760) 375-8664
Larry D. Parcher, Sr, 722 E Dolphin Ave, Ridgecrest, CA, 93555-8100, (760) 375-8664
Lisa Baker, 709 W Coral St, Ridgecrest, CA, 93555-5215 VACAVILLE
Faith, PO Box 928, CA, 95696-0928, (707) 448-1794
Victor Zavalla, 5100 Maple Rd, Vacaville, CA, 95687-9475, (707) 455-7581
Judy Boykin, 330 Grand Canyon Dr, Vacaville, CA, 95687-3481, (707) 448-6919
EATON
COLORADO
Grace Community Mission, 310 Juniper Ave, CO, 80615-3604,
James Adams, 310 Juniper Ave, Eaton, CO, 80615-3604, (970) 454-9146
Church Clerk, 310 Juniper Ave, Eaton, CO, 80615-3604
ELIZABETH
Majestic Valley, PO Box 593, CO, 80117-0593, (303) 621-2540
Rick Mills, PO Box 593, Kiowa, CO, 80117-0593, (303) 621-2540
Donna Gibson, 23552 Glenmoor Dr, Parker, CO, 80138-3111, (303) 840-0010
FOUNTAIN
Fusion Church, PO Box 296, CO, 80817-0296, (719) 238-7330
Jake Norman, 1075 Clogger Lane, Fountain, CO, 80817-4187, (719) 238-7330
Church Clerk, PO Box 296, Fountain, CO, 80817-0296
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KIOWA
Majestic View, PO Box 490, CO, 80117-0490, (303) 621-2856
John S. Smith, PO Box 490, Kiowa, CO, 80117-0490, (303) 621-2856
Irene Neighbors, PO Box 490, Kiowa, CO, 80117-0490, (303) 621-2856
PUEBLO
West River Of Grace, 84 S Masters Dr, CO, 81007-5600, (719) 647-9686
Paul Medved, 2001 Court St, Pueblo, CO, 81003-2528, (719) 248-0965
FLORIDA
DESTIN
Living Stone Russian Mission, 105 Harbeson Ave, FL, 32548-5507, (850) 796-2916
Boris Lebedev, 105 Harbeson Ave, Ft Walton Beach, FL, 32548-5507, (850) 796-2916
FT. WALTON BEACH
Ark Of Salvation Russian Mission, 105 Harbeson Ave, FL, 32548-5507, (850) 796-2916
Boris Lebedev, 105 Harbeson Ave, Ft Walton Beach, FL, 32548-5507, (850) 796-2916
Church Clerk, 105 Harbeson Ave, Ft Walton Beach, FL, 32548-5507
JACKSONVILLE
Rolling Hills, 840 Permento Ave, FL, 32221-4412, (904) 783-0524
Ronald J. Beasley, 8141 Joffre Dr, Jacksonville, FL, 32210-2416, (904) 786-0964
Janice Keene, 840 Permento Ave, Jacksonville, FL, 32221-4412, (904) 783-0524
Temple Gate, 2966 Oak Creek Lane, FL, 32221-2062, (904) 781-4887
Curtis E. Ganey, 2966 Oak Creek Lane, Jacksonville, FL, 32221-2062, (904) 781-4887
Joan L. Ganey, 2966 Oak Creek Lane, Jacksonville, FL, 32221-2062, (904) 781-4887
LAKE CITY
Beth Haven, 5187 216th St, FL, 32024-2231, (386) 935-3452
Herbert C. Cater, 19347 78th Terrace, Live Oak, FL, 32060-7723, (386) 330-2224
Jenelle Holt, 21403 33rd Rd, Lake City, FL, 32024-2423, (386) 935-1209
LAKELAND
Christina Park, 445 W County Road 540a, FL, 33813-3430, (863) 644-3440
Gene Burdette, 445 W County Road 540a, Lakeland, FL, 33813-3430, (850) 274-1782
Mary Powell, 3255 Royal Oaks Dr S, Mulberry, FL, 33860-9470, (863) 425-4149
North Lakeland, PO Box 93233, FL, 33804-3233, (863) 660-6262
Richard Mullins, 7429 Willow Wisp Dr E, Lakeland, FL, 33809-4524, (863) 660-6262
Frances Cook, 5821 Bambi Ct, Lakeland, FL, 33809-3574, (863) 859-5703
LEHIGH ACRES
Trinity, 4102 Lee Blvd, FL, 33971-1722, (239) 368-3191
Tony Ippolito, 18265 Oak Rd, Ft Myers, FL, 33967-3174, (239) 368-3191
Robin Winegard, 4102 Lee Blvd, Lehigh Acres, FL, 33971-1722, (239) 368-3191
MC DAVID
Grace, 1410 N Century Blvd, FL, 32568-2814
Willie Oglesbee, 7047 Highway 113, Brewton, Al, 36426-6125, (251) 296-0217
Mary Watson, 1100 N Century Blvd, McDavid, FL, 32568-2811, (850) 256-3384
PALATKA
Silver Lake, PO Box 1638, FL, 32178-1638
D. Virgil Harper, 6059 Cedar Point Rd, Jacksonville, FL, 32226-1484, (904) 757-0103
300
Louvenia C. Williams, PO Box 408, FLorahome, FL, 32140-0408, (386) 659-2494
PENSACOLA
Jackson Heights Russian, 4116 W Jackson St, FL, 32505-7232, (850) 477-1890
Yuriy Lebedev, 711 Underwood Ave Apt 411-C, Pensacola, FL, 32504-8836, (850) 4771890
Irina N. Dunayeva, 219 Willow St, Pensacola, FL, 32506-5441
Parkview, 119 Rosalyn Way, FL, 32505-3357
William H. Chancery, 61 Highway 164, Mc David, FL, 32568-2822, (850) 256-4372
Betty L. Sims, 62 Camelia Dr, Pensacola, FL, 32505-2547, (850) 438-8751
HAWAII
EWA BEACH
Ali'i, 91-1520 Kaikoi Pl, HI, 96706-4610, (808) 685-3388
Filmeno Kakilala, 91-1520 Kaikoi Pl, Ewa Beach, HI, 96706-4610, (808) 224-8905
Lisa Kakilala, 91-1520 Kaikoi Pl, Ewa Beach, HI, 96706-4610, (808) 220-5114
WAIPAHU
Waipahu Mission, 98-530 Kaamilo St, HI, 96701-4435
William Flores, 98-530 Kaamilo St, Aiea, HI, 96701-4435, (808) 358-9947
IDAHO
POST FALLS
Grace, 13329 W Hayden Ave, ID, 83854-6216, (208) 773-8702
James A. Crews, 4946 W Candlewood Lane, Post Falls, ID, 83854-7955, (208) 777-8060
Jennifer Crews, 4946 W Candlewood Lane, Post Falls, ID, 83854-7955, (208) 777-8060
ILLINOIS
ALMA
Calvary, 6504 Sullivan Rd, IL, 62854-3104
John Son, 2717 Ross St, Highland, In, 46322-1118, (219) 923-0862
Naomi Sullivan, 6504 Sullivan Rd, Kinmundy, IL, 62854-3104, (618) 547-7179
BUSHNELL
Emmanuel, 202 E Fillmore St, IL, 61475-7508, (309) 456-3650
Willie R. McCoy, 202 E Fillmore St, Sciota, IL, 61475-7508, (309) 456-3650
Betty A. Williams, 308 S Downen St, Industry, IL, 61440-9114
CASEYVILLE
Friendship, 909 Bethel Mine Rd, IL, 62232-2249, (573) 380-3842
Ron Beardsley, 909 Bethel Mine Rd, Caseyville, IL, 62232-2249, (573) 380-3842
Deena Williams, 28 Geneva Dr, Caseyville, IL, 62232-2263, (618) 344-3243
HARDIN
Lighthouse, 2 Oakridge Lane, IL, 62047-2007, (618) 576-9085
Roy D. Marlow Jr., 2 Oakridge Lane, Hardin, IL, 62047-2007, (618) 576-9085
Roy D. Marlow Jr., 2 Oakridge Lane, Hardin, IL, 62047-2007, (618) 576-9085
Lake Villa, Fairfield Road, 37510 N Fairfield Rd, IL, 60046-9102, (847) 356-5776
C/O Debbie Anderson, 36759 Oakwood Dr, Lake Villa, IL, 60046-7775
Debbie Anderson, 36759 Oakwood Dr, Lake Villa, IL, 60046-7775
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MELROSE PARK
Seventeenth Avenue, 1804 N 17th Ave, IL, 60160-2002
C/O Lavonne Schmidt, 1330 Rand Rd, Des Plains, IL, 60016-3425, (847) 827-2804
Lavonne Schmidt, 1330 Rand Rd, Des Plains, IL, 60016-3425, (847) 827-2804
Tabernaculo Metropolitano, 1804 N 17th Ave, IL, 60160-2002
Hector Crespo, 1639 N Monticello Ave, Chicago, IL, 60647-4718, (773) 272-5640
Thomas Williamson, 3131 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL, 60608-6223, (773) 523-4139
MURPHYSBORO
Trinity, 371 Health Department Rd, IL, 62966-6107, (618) 687-3703
David Pinkerton, 4328 US Highway 45 S, Harrisburg, IL, 62946-4414, (618) 253-8069
Church Clerk, 371 Health Department Rd, Murphysboro, IL, 62966-6107
PEKIN
New Testament, 2107 Windsor St, IL, 61554-3930, (309) 346-1200
Roger D. Hamilton, 2107 Windsor St, Pekin, IL, 61554-3930, (309) 346-1200
Church Clerk, 2107 Windsor St, Pekin, IL, 61554-3930
PLANO
Jacob's Well, PO Box 54, IL, 60545-0054, (630) 212-3557
Robert W. Hager Jr. 614 Fowler St, Millington, IL, 60537-1037, (630) 212-3557
Church Clerk, 614 Fowler St, Millington, IL, 60537-1037
SPARTA
Loyalty, 11940 St Rt 154, IL, 62286-3648, (618) 443-3364
Thomas E. Foster, Jr, 11940 St Rt 154, Sparta, IL, 62286-3648, (618) 443-3364
Gina Lawless, 6748 Foxglove, Coulterville, IL, 62237-3415
INDIANA
BLOOMINGTON
Calvary, 3501 N Prow Rd, IN, 47404-1615, (812) 332-3409
Brian Stewart, 4182 W Broadway Ave, Bloomington, IN 47404-4883, (812) 369-1046
Ginnie Phero, 210 W Gordon Pike, Bloomington, IN 47403-4521, (812) 333-8105
GARY
Liberty, 3437 Burr St, IN 46406-3447
C/O June Fraker, 4643 W 41st Ave, Gary, IN 46408-3018
June Fraker, 4643 W 41st Ave, Gary, IN 46408-3018
MICHIGAN CITY
Freedom Missionary, 426 Ogden Ave, IN 46350-6964, (219) 879-5043
Terry L. McKinney, 326 Dewey St, Michigan City, IN 46360-5244, (219) 393-5404
Linda M. McKinney, 6309 S Range Rd, Laporte, IN 46350-7213
KANSAS
GALENA
First Regular, PO Box 218, KS, 66739-0218, (620) 783-1618
Jeff Swart, 1220 S Stateline Rd, Galena, KS 66739-4209, (620) 783-5168
Leigh Ann Ryan, 217 W 19th St, Galena, KS 66739-1550, (620) 202-0894
GARLAND
Mount Zion, 2629 Eagle Rd, KS 64728-5103, (620) 223-5610
302
Rick Womack, 18352 S 2350 Rd, Nevada, MO 64772-7974, (417) 465-2527
Marilyn Webster, 3027 E Trestle Rd, Bronaugh, MO 64728-7502, (417) 228-1070
GIRARD
Mount Olive, PO Box 244, KS 66743-0244, (620) 724-4067
Tom W. Lewis, 410 S Osage St, Girard, KS 66743-1630, (620) 724-8731
Janet Huston, 114 E Elm St, Girard, KS 66743-1711, (620) 724-8880
KANSAS CITY
Lighthouse, 709 S 8th St, KS 66105-1903, (903) 371-5150
C/O Karen Stallings, 5232 Eastern Ave, Kansas City, MO 64123-2423, (816) 923-5710
Karen Stallings, 5232 Eastern Ave, Kansas City, MO 64123-2423, (816) 923-5710
LANSING
Lansing, 599 E Eisenhower Rd, KS 66043-1114, (913) 727-3603
C/O Paula, Lilleston, 601 E Eisenhower Rd, Lansing, KS 66043-1112, (913) 727-3606
Paula Lilleston, 601 E Eisenhower Rd, Lansing, KS 66043-1112 PITTSBURG
Meadowside, 1406 S Rouse St, KS 66762-6617, (620) 231-3418
Aaron Polok, 602 E Centennial Dr, Pittsburg, KS 66762-6510, (620) 249-5471
Kelley L. Thompson, 621 E Oak St, Weir, KS 66781-4078, (620) 396-8962
WICHITA
Fellowship, 2200 S Mosley St, KS 67211-5028, (316) 529-1947
Stanley E. Allen, 3540 S St Francis St, Wichita, KS 67216-1612, (316) 529-1947
Stanley E. Allen, 3540 S St Francis St, Wichita, KS 67216-1612, (316) 529-1947
KENTUCKY
BOWLING GREEN
Scottsville Road, 6330 Scottsville Rd, KY 42104-0389, (270) 843-6645
Cory McCaig, 215 Pleasant Place Way, Bowling Green, KY 42104-0379, (270) 799-1284
Regina Goodman, 394 Martinsville Rd, Oakland, KY 42159-9736, (270) 563-4327
LOUISIANA
ABITA SPRINGS
Trinity, PO Box 1454, LA 70434-1454, (985) 898-0130
Winfred W. Baker, PO Box 1454, Covington, LA 70434-1454, (985) 898-0130
Mike Waters, PO Box 1454, Covington, LA 70434-1454, AMITE
Shady Grove, 22064 Highway 1061, LA 70422-6316
Harold Bankston, 22064 Highway 1061, Amite, LA 70422-6316
Church Clerk, 48178 Norman McCain Rd, Franklinton, LA 70438-5868, BAKER
Harding Street, 4345 Harding St, LA 70714-3939, (225) 775-7870
George Scruggs, Jr., 3016 Groom Rd, Baker, LA 70714-2244, (225) 774-2322
Bertie Thomas, 904 Patricia St, Baker, LA 70714-3520, (225) 775-4274
BASTROP
Bethany, 10447 Boswell St, LA 71220-3312, (318) 281-4104
Jimmy Yocum, 10308 States St, Bastrop, LA 71220-9723, (318) 281-5666
Norma Atwell, 10071 Atwell Lane, Mer Rouge, LA 71261-9585, (318) 647-3317
303
BATON ROUGE
River Oaks, 14969 Old Hammond Hwy, LA 70816-8416
Buck Hughes, 14969 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70816-1242, (225) 454-8138
Mary Cooper, 16352 Old Hammond Highway Trail 116, Baton Rouge, LA 70816-1720 BERNICE
Mount Sterling, 209 Patrick Church Rd, LA 71222-4805
Jacob Hilton, 1757 Pleasant Grove Rd, Choudrant, LA 71227-3380, (337) 378-2492
Barbara Pilgreen, 1265 Newman Rd, Bernice, LA 71222-4960, (318) 285-7109
CAMPTI
Coulee Bethel, 2146 Highway 486, LA 71411-4826, (318) 476-2180
Ronny Moore, 144 Messick Rd, Coushatta, LA 71019-4130, (318) 476-3631
Donna Horn, 4405 Harrisonburg Rd, Montgomery, LA 71454-5100 CLINTON
Old Paths Baptist Mission, 12080 Wildwood Lane, LA 70722-4249, (225) 683-9261
David Tero, 12080 Wildwood Lane, Clinton, LA 70722-4249, (225) 683-9261
Church Clerk, PO Box 1819, Clinton, LA 70722-1819 COUSHATTA
Freedom Worship, PO Box 773, LA 71019-0773
Clyde Miley, 826 Highway 486, Campti, LA 71411-4848
Peggy Burckett, PO Box 773, Coushatta, LA 71019-0773 New Grace, PO Box 662, LA 71019-0662, (318) 932-0500
C/O Church Clerk, PO Box 662, Coushatta, LA 71019-0662, (318) 932-0500
Church Clerk, PO Box 662, Coushatta, LA 71019-0662 DENHAM SPRINGS
Cane Market Rd, 35652 Cane Market Rd, LA 70706-1098, (225) 665-6846
Don Rock, 35652 Cane Market Rd, Denham Springs, LA 70706-1098, (225) 665-6846
Waleah Bergeron, 12852 Florida Blvd, Livingston, LA 70754-2307, (225) 485-7381
Plainview, 25162 Joe May Rd, LA 70726-6521, (225) 665-6969
Tommy Shipp, Interim, 25162 Joe May Rd, Denham Springs, LA 70726-6521
Lela Centinio, 11189 Sandra Dr, Walker, LA 70785-5913, (225) 665-0167
FARMERVILLE
Franklin Street, PO Box 268, LA 71241-0268, (318) 368-9041
Robert Davis, PO Box 268, Farmerville, LA 71241-0268
Donna Johnson, PO Box 483, Farmerville, LA 71241-0483, (318) 368-3282
FRANKLINTON
Canaan, 18486 Sanders Rd, LA 70438-5921
Rico Lee, 18486 Sanders Rd, Franklinton, LA 70438-5921, (601) 916-9863
Margaret A. Seal, 37568 Wilton Seal Rd, Franklinton, LA 70438-3414, (985) 839-3941
Immanuel Mission, 46105 Highway 10, LA 70438-5813, (985) 795-0535
Mike Stafford, 46105 Highway 10, Franklinton, LA 70438-5813
Gail Clark, 46105 Highway 10, Franklinton, LA 70438-5813 HALL SUMMIT
Hall Summit, PO Box 116, LA 71034-0116, (318) 932-4787
Carl Don Word, PO Box 216, Hall Summit, LA 71034-0216, (318) 932-4787
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Kimberly Page, 5361 Highway 783, Coushatta, LA 71019-5653 KENTWOOD
Bolivar 18329 Highway 440, LA 70444-6829
Dan Bond, 84 Fred Strain Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-7506, (601) 798-9728
Susanne Crowe, 18329 Highway 440, Kentwood, LA 70444-6829 MONROE
Eastside, PO Box 5068, LA 71211-5068, (318) 343-2914
Robert Smith, 402 Highway 852, Rayville, LA 71269-6023, (318) 728-2914
Theresa Johnston, 502 80th St, Monroe, LA 71203-4110, (318) 307-5228
PEARL RIVER
The Crossing, 300 Butternut Dr, LA 70458-5494, (985) 201-7099
Samuel D. Husser, 300 Butternut Dr, Slidell, LA 70458-5494, (985) 201-7099
Sue Husser, 300 Butternut Dr, Slidell, LA 70458-5494, (985) 201-7099
PLAIN DEALING
Chalybeate Springs, 862 Chalybeate Springs Rd, LA 71064-3741, (318) 326-5312
Deryl J. Jones, 862 Chalybeate Springs Rd, Plain Dealing, LA 71064-3741, (318) 326-5312
Patsy McGuire, PO Box 717, Plain Dealing, LA 71064-0717, (318) 326-5630
Immanuel, PO Box 386, LA 71064-0386
Kenneth L. Lowery, 620 E Palmetto Ave, Plain Dealing, LA 71064-4202, (318) 326-4443
Lou Ella Lowery, 620 E Palmetto Ave, Plain Dealing, LA 71064-4202, (318) 326-4443
RINGGOLD
Faith, PO Box 56, LA 71068-0056
John Parker, 3683 Parkway St, Ringgold, LA 71068-8258, (318) 732-8345
Barbara Batchelor, PO Box 56, Ringgold, LA 71068-0056, (318) 894-8244
SAREPTA
Blocker, PO Box 183, LA 71021-0183
Bruce Thornton, 136 Angela Dr, Springhill, LA 71075-4781
Bertha Rhymes, PO Box 63, Cullen, LA 71021-0063, (318) 994-2594
SHREVEPORT
Rose Park, 5560 Buncombe Rd, LA 71129-2606, (318) 687-8272
B. J. 'Rocky' Maddox, 561 Demery Blvd, Shreveport, LA 71115-3648, (318) 797-1916
Betty Phillips, 5560 Buncombe Rd, Shreveport, LA 71129-2606 SPEARSVILLE
Liberty, 115 Paul Beaird Rd, LA 71277-2065
Mike Wallace, 1613 Tucker Store Rd, Spearsville, LA 71277-3811, (318) 986-4088
Evelyn Beaird, 115 Paul Beaird Rd, Spearsville, LA 71277-2065, (318) 788-3341
Mount Olive, 569 Green Bridge Rd, LA 71277-2215, (318) 778-4235
Derrell Holland, 181 Peanut Wells Rd, Sterlington, LA 71280-2980, (318) 726-4074
Sally Knight, 542 Gatson Rd, Spearsville, LA 71277-2164, (318) 778-4235
5493
Pilgrims Rest, 902 Pilgrims Rest Church Rd, LA 71277-3612, (318) 986-5236
C/O Nelda Hogue, 264 Pilgrims Rest Church Rd, Spearsville, LA 71277-3771, (318) 986Nelda Hogue, 264 Pilgrims Rest Church Rd, Spearsville, LA 71277-3771, (318) 986-5493
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SPRINGHILL
Dorcheat Acres, 710 Reynolds St, LA 71075-3546
C/O Charlene Budwah, 710 Reynolds St, Springhill, LA 71705-3546
Charlene Budwah, 710 Reynolds St, Springhill, LA 71075-3546
Eastside, PO Box 637, LA 71075-0637
C/O Gloria Waits, 1372 Machen Dr, Springhill, LA 71075-4773, (870) 703-5679
Gloria Waits, 1372 Machen Dr, Springhill, LA 71075-4773, First, PO Box 208, LA 71075-0208, (318) 539-2610
Ronald Morgan, 611 Butler St, Springhill, LA 71075-2305, (318) 539-5824
Mary Williams, 704 6th St NW, Springhill, LA 71075-2402, (318) 539-5764
Walnut Road, 24012 Highway 157, LA 71075-4521, (318) 539-5085
Jake Vandenburg, PO Box 196, Taylor, AR 71861-0196, (870) 694-7400
Lisa Walker, 168 Walker Rd, Shongaloo, LA 71072-2535, (318) 539-3946
VIDALIA
Calvary, PO Box 68, LA 71373-0068, (318) 336-5829
Ron Ledford, 214 Terry Cir, Vidalia, LA 71373-2909, (318) 336-4195
Lang Fleming, 100 Stuart Dr, Vidalia, LA 71373-3706, (318) 336-9220
WEST MONROE
Evergreen Park, 506 Sandal St, LA 71292-6526, (318) 323-5249
John Mangum, 871 Rouge Edge Rd, Ruston, LA 71270-3060, (318) 202-5155
Nell Hall, 207 Monroe Dr, Monroe, LA 71203-2320, (318) 343-4440
MAINE
THOMASTON
Trinity, PO Box 25, ME 04861-0025, (207) 354-6991
Larry Wheelis, 844 Depot Rd, Union, ME 04862-4049, (207) 785-4077
Ethel Powell, 682 St George Rd, South Thomaston, ME 04858-3115, (207) 354-6719
MICHIGAN
ALGONAC
Majesty, 12240 W Sharon Rd, MI 48649-9718
Jason Georges, 12240 W Sharon Rd, Oakley, MI 48649-9718, (989) 472-1718
Church Clerk, 12240 W Sharon Rd, Oakley, MI 48649-9718
BATTLE CREEK
Harmony, 292 Mcallister Rd, MI 49014-8453, (269) 963-6995
Harold R. Cosby, 138 S Lincoln Blvd, Battle Creek, MI 49015-3926, (269) 964-1095
Barbara Vantrease 292 McAllister Rd, Battle Creek, MI 49014-8453, (269) 969-2363
BENTON HARBOR
Salem, 1749 Maple Lane, MI 49022-9507, (269) 270-5695
Donald Deruyscher, 57701 Ryan St, Mattawan, MI 49071-9565, (269) 668-3002
Brenda Deruyscher, 57701 Ryan St, Mattawan, MI 49071-9565, (269) 599-2958
BURTON
Bethany, 2350 E Hemphill Rd, MI 48529-1372, (810) 742-2688
Mark Lasley, 2107 Amy St, Burton, MI 48519-1107, (810) 743-6542
Shelly King, 1155 S Graham Rd, Flint, MI 48532-3534, (810) 845-0223
DOWAGIAC
306
Dowagiac, PO Box 482, MI 49047-0482
Orliss Terry, 6719 E Napier Ave, Benton Harbor, MI 49022-9677, (269) 944-1702
Lavada Snow, 307 Pennsylvania Ave, Dowagiac, MI 49047-1722, (269) 782-2220
FLINT
Shiloh, 5224 N Belsay Rd, MI 48506-1675, (810) 736-7770
James N. Gosnell, 1388 Denies St, Burton, MI 48509-2123, (810) 744-9302
Marva Gosnell, 1388 Denies St, Burton, MI 48509-2123, (810) 744-9302
FORT GRATIOT
Lighthouse 5879 State Rd, MI 48059-2614, (810) 385-6381
Jason Douglas, 5879 State Rd, Fort Gratiot, MI 48059-2614
Yolanda Guenther, 5879 State Rd, Fort Gratiot, MI 48059-2614 HEMLOCK
Calvary, 247 N Fordney Rd, MI 48626-9450, (989) 642-8444
C/O Ruth, Marino, PO Box 192, Hemlock, MI 48626-0192
Ruth Marino, PO Box 192, Hemlock, MI 48626-0192
KALAMAZOO
Twelfth Street, 3911 S 12th St, MI 49009-9540, (269) 353-8133
C/O Patricia L. Otto, 1810 Colchester Ave, Portage, MI 49002-4112, (269) 323-0073
Patricia L. Otto, 1810 Colchester Ave, Portage, MI 49002-4112, (269) 323-0073
LANSING
Immanuel, 12385 Lansing Rd, MI 48429-9612
Jeff Hines, 12385 Lansing Rd, Durand, MI 48429-9612, (810) 423-9552
Church Clerk, 12385 Lansing Rd, Durand, MI 48429-9612 New Home, 3133 Pleasant Grove Rd, MI 48910-2398, (517) 882-0300
Dave Barger, 1608 Holly Way, Lansing, MI 48910-2541, (417) 425-6306
June A. Mankey, 8605 Wintergreen St, Lansing, MI 48917-8801, (517) 627-4885
PAW PAW
Unity Missionary, 47391 County Road 665, MI 49079-9646, (269) 668-2263
Archie W. Lhamon, Sr, 55647 Giddings Ct, Mattawan, MI 49071-9301, (269) 668-2263
Dorothy Lhamon, 55647 Giddings Ct, Mattawan, MI 49071-9301, (269) 668-2263
SWARTZ CREEK
Cornerstone, 6273 Miller Rd, MI 48473-1518, (810) 635-4845
Chris Yager, 6273 Miller Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473-1518
Natalie Epperson, 6273 Miller Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473-1518, (810) 630-6021
Master's Hands Deaf Mission, 6299 Miller Rd, MI 48473-1518, (810) 394-0094
John Bienlein, 6299 Miller Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473-1518, (810) 394-0094
Church Clerk, 6299 Miller Rd, Swartz Creek, MI 48473-1518, MINNESOTA
Brooklyn Park
New Life Mission, 2316 Kirkwood Lane, MN 55441-4173, (763) 559-5964
Alexander Chepurnoy, 2316 Kirkwood Lane, Plymouth, Mn 55441-4173, (763) 559-5964
Church Clerk, 2316 Kirkwood Lane, Plymouth, Mn 55441-4173
AMORY
MISSISSIPPI
307
East Amory, 905 Hatley Rd, MS 38821-4607, (662) 256-5650
Roger Akers, 600 11th Ave N, Amory, MS 38821-1840, (662) 257-9839
Peggy Fooshee, 60011 Highland St, Amory, MS 38821-8980, (662) 315-5067
Providence, 1311 Highland Dr, MS 38821-1006, (662) 256-3623
Scott Johnson, 50014 Robbie Gregg Dr, Aberdeen, MS 39730-9072, (662) 436-6518
Martha Parker, 50276 Becker Bottom Rd, Amory, MS 38821-8631, (662) 256-5112
ANGUILLA
Zion, 3599 Sunflower River Rd, MS 39159-2166
C/O Pamela Phillips, 3599 Sunflower River Rd, Rolling Fork, MS 39159-2166, (662) 9070136
Pamela Phillips, 3599 Sunflower River Rd, Rolling Fork, MS 39159-2166, (662) 907-0136
BALDWYN
Friendship, 1032 Road 2578, MS 38824-6828, (662) 348-5869
Mike Johnson, 1032 Road 2578, Baldwyn, MS 38824-6828, (662) 416-3271
Earl Stone, 1032 Road 2578, Baldwyn, MS 38824-6828, (662) 348-5374
Parkview, 239 County Road 911, MS 38849-9712, (662) 365-3153
Paul Reynolds, 10025 Highway 363, Mantachie, MS 38855-8366, (662) 282-4568
Bonny M. Moore, 239 County Road 911, Guntown, MS 38849-6710, (662) 397-6730
South Prentiss, 95 County Road 5331, MS 38824-8253
Dan Mobley, 132 Sleepy Hollow Dr, Baldwyn, MS 38824-9028, (662) 365-3309
Cori James, 95 County Road 5331, Baldwyn, MS 38824-8253, (662) 365-9150
BASSFIELD
Bethel, 7 Anderson Rd, MS 39421-9053, (601) 736-1859
Joseph Bain, 7 Anderson Rd, Bassfield, MS 39421-9053, (601) 736-1859
Freida McNeese 342 Miller Rd, Bassfield, MS 39421-9574, (601) 736-3732
BAY SPRINGS
First, PO Drawer O, MS 39422-1915, (601) 764-2492
James Sprayberry, PO Drawer O, Bay Springs, MS 39422-1915, (601) 764-6573
Suzy Myers, 10 W Segrest Ave, Bay Springs, MS 39422-5118, (601) 764-9693
Salem, 723 County Road 17, MS 39422-9482, (601) 764-3777
Harold Floyd, Interim, 19 Pat Holifield Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-8557, (601) 729-8171
Tim Upton, 116 County Road 1723, Bay Springs, MS 39422-9008, (601) 764-4840
Union, 620 SCR 13, MS 39422-8103, (601) 785-9640
Adam Sloan, 115 Downs Rd, Bay Springs, MS 39168-9586, (601) 785-9640
Bobby Blackwell, 3432 Highway 531, Bay Springs, MS 39422-9391, (601) 764-3756
BEAUMONT
Fairhope, 260 Arlington Loop, MS 39423-2648
C/O Yeslita Jordon, 260 Arlington Loop, Beaumont, MS 39423-2648, (601) 784-3824
Yeslita Jordon, 260 Arlington Loop, Beaumont, MS 39423-2648, (601) 784-3824
BENTONIA
Scotland, 5617 Scotland Rd, MS 39040-9358, (662) 673-8258
Glenn Allen, 206 E Semmes St, Canton, MS 39046-4530, (601) 850-0072
Gina Allen, 407 E Center St, Canton, MS 39046-3805, (601) 941-2674
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BILOXI
El Camino Mission - Biloxi, 4113 Highway 15 N, MS 39440-1029, (601) 433-0085
Lorenzo Mendoza, 4113 Highway 15 N, Laurel, MS 39440-1029, (601) 433-0085
Heritage, PO Box 6705, MS 39540-6705, (228) 396-8574
Jerry Eastes, 16294 Mayhaw Dr, Biloxi, MS 39532-7610, (228) 396-8574
Anglia Goss, 15439 Lanfair Rd, Biloxi, MS 39532-9057, (228) 669-2647
Temple, 1860 Popps Ferry Rd, MS 39532-2104, (228) 388-3077
Clell Allen, 1860 Popps Ferry Rd, Biloxi, MS 39532-2104, (228) 388-3077
Lorna Shoemaker, 20132 Scarborough Rd, Saucier, MS 39574-7041, (228) 669-7559
BOONEVILLE
Forked Oak, 12 County Road 3501, MS 38829-8838
Ricky D. Johnson, 548 Highway 365, Booneville, MS 38829-8171, (662) 462-7511
Carolyn McCombs, 12 County Road 3501, Booneville, MS 38829-8838, (662) 728-3674
BRANDON
Calvary, 1233 Highway 471 N, MS 39042-8754, (601) 825-2864
Adair Jernigan, 1233 Highway 471 N, Brandon, MS 39042-8754, (601) 825-2864
Delores Ladd, 107 Tiffany Dr, Brandon, MS 39042-8897, (601) 825-8403
BROOKLYN
Cypress Creek, 2731 Highway 29, MS 39425-9405, (601) 598-2297
Kenneth Shelton, 39 Three Oaks Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-5715, (573) 990-6046
Jolene O'Neal, 1487 Benndale Rd, McLain, MS 39456-9262, (601) 945-2617
BURNSVILLE
Freedom Mission, 491 County Road 313, MS 38833-9375, (662) 423-8373
Bobby Elliott, 491 County Road 313, Burnsville, MS 38833-9375, (662) 423-8373
Rowland Mills, 203 S Highway 365, MS 36633-9734, (662) 279-9283
Franky Smith, 210 County Road 169, Iuka, MS 38852-7347, (662) 423-5601
Linda Roberts, 57 County Road 206, Burnsville, MS 38833-9107, (662) 427-9059
CARRIERE
First Of Henleyfield, 60 Joseph Burks Rd, MS 39426-8738
Vernon Watts, 60 Joseph Burks Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-8738, (601) 916-2869
Jack Burks, 5283 Highway 43 N, Carriere, MS 39426-8792, (601) 590-0690
Lee's Chapel #1, PO Box 379, MS 39426-0379, (601) 799-1753
Randall Childs, 11 Herb Lee-Fred Spiers Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-7433
Yvonne Penton, 68 Guy Penton Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-7434, (601) 798-2853
Mount Carmel, 326 Mount Carmel Rd, MS 39426-3502, (601) 798-1215
Cedric Lumpkin, 326 Mount Carmel Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-3502, (601) 798-1215
Brenda W Johnson, 93 Fred Johnson Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-9123, (601) 798-7908
CLEVELAND
Homestretch, PO Box 233, MS 38732-0233, (662) 402-8222
Edward Duvall, 8 Rose Lane, Cleveland, MS 38732-9611, (662) 843-9979
Juanita W. Green, 39 Happy St Apt 7, Cleveland, MS 38732-9702, (662) 719-0247
CLINTON
309
Grace Baptist Mission, 903 Newitt Vick Dr, MS 39183-8781, (601) 218-0735
Daniel Bartlett, 903 Newitt Vick Dr, Vicksburg, MS 39183-8781, (601) 218-0735
COLLINSVILLE
New Hope, 11642 Highway 494, MS 39325-8904
C/O Martin E. Dooley, Jr., 11642 Highway 494, Collinsville, MS 39325-8904, (601) 6268104
Martin E. Dooley, Jr., 11642 Highway 494, Collinsville, MS 39325-8904, (601) 626-8104
COLUMBIA
Good Hope, 208 Good Hope Rd, MS 39429-8377, (601) 736-6187
Denny Patterson, 208 Good Hope Rd, Columbia, MS 39429-8377, (601) 736-7252
Gwen Anthony, 1004 Conerly Rd, Columbia, MS 39429-6953, (601) 441-0688
Mount Gilead, 12 Lott Lane, MS 39429-9476, (601) 736-5002
David E. Steele, 1244 Purvis Oloh Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-4257, (601) 794-8861
Jesse Ramshur, 12 Lott Lane, Columbia, MS 39429-9476, (601) 736-6232
Temple, 402 Chinaberry Ave, MS 39429-8258, (601) 736-1965
Clay Smith, 4931 Old Highway 1, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-9769, (601) 264-5237
Martha Ellis, 402 Chinaberry Ave, Columbia, MS 39429-8258, (601) 736-0697
COLUMBUS
Caledonia Mission, 7840 Wolf Rd, MS 39705-9694, (601) 323-2795
Robert D 'Bob' Burch, PO Box 301, Caledonia, MS 39740-0301, (601) 323-2795
Maple Street, 219 Maple St, MS 39702-5370
Joseph Oyeleye, 219 Maple St, Columbus, MS 39702-5370, (662) 796-1234
Matthew Gabriel, 219 Maple St, Columbus, MS 39702-5370
CORINTH
Central, 241 County Road 218, MS 38834-7601
Frank Wilson, 241 County Road 218, Corinth, MS 38834-7601, (662) 462-7200
Linda Sellers, 113a County Road 306, Corinth, MS 38834-8874, (662) 462-5803
Farmington, 84 County Road 106, MS 38834-8934, (662) 286-8855
Timothy Nall, PO Box 1401, Corinth, MS 38834-1401, (662) 664-0033
Tina Moss, 13 County Road 118, Corinth, MS 38834-7637, (662) 212-3363
ELLISVILLE
Central, 77 Neil Rd, MS 39437-9087
Joey Harris, 77 Neil Rd, Ellisville, MS 39437-9087, (601) 477-1191
Linda Smith, 77 Neil Rd, Ellisville, MS 39437-9087, (601) 477-8880
Mount Moriah, 1164 Old Highway 15 S, MS 39437-4306, (601) 428-8004
Ray Matthews, 1164 Old Highway 15 S, Ellisville, MS 39437-4306, (601) 428-8004
Sherry Shows, 122 Jeans Dr, Ovett, MS 39464-3446, (601) 344-5888
New Bethany, 2798 Highway 588, MS 39437-8964, (601) 763-7300
C/O Gloria Mooney, 54 Toxie Crosby Rd, Seminary, MS 39479-8822, (601) 722-9263
Gloria Mooney, 54 Toxie Crosby Rd, Seminary, MS 39479-8822, (601) 722-9263
Riverside, 383 Riverside Church Rd, MS 39437-8837
Medrick H. Savell, 31 Meador Rd, Laurel, MS 39440-9315, (601) 426-6453
Shellie Galjour, 566 River Rd, Ellisville, MS 39437-8804, (601) 752-5651
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White Oak, 224 Ira G Odom Rd, MS 39437-4210
Allen Busby, Interim, PO Box 7, Richton, MS 39423-0007, (601) 428-1775
James M. Lawrence, 793 Ira G Odom Rd, Ellisville, MS 39437-9655, (601) 425-3772
ESCATAWPA
Faith, 6212 Grierson St, MS 39563-4750, (601) 310-4549
Randall Knight, 6212 Grierson St, Moss Point, MS 39563-4750, (601) 310-4549
Sherry Mccoy, 6212 Grierson St, Moss Point, MS 39563-4750
FLORENCE
Trinity, 128 Highway 469 N, MS 39073-8917, (601) 845-2328
James W. Brown, 21 Carriage Ct, Brandon, MS 39042-2135, (601) 209-1502
Debbie Willoughby, 2262 Woodland Pl, Florence, MS 39073-9771, (601) 421-0324
FOREST
Magnolia Heights, 19229 Highway 80, MS 39074-9701
Kent Grice, 290 Service Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-5761, (601) 498-3617
Ronnie Williamson, 1120 Salem Rd, Forest, MS 39074-8903, (601) 775-8237
FULTON
Bethel, 445 Bethel Church Rd, MS 38843-7729, (662) 862-7375
Kevin Clayton, 475 Bethel Church Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-7729, (662) 862-7329
David G. Loague, 445 Bethel Church Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-7729, (662) 862-7375
Big Oak, 42 Wilburn Cir, MS 38843-7644
Doug Bridges, Interim, 42 Wilburn Cir, Fulton, MS 38843-7644
Robert Wilburn, 42 Wilburn Cir, Fulton, MS 38843-7644, (662) 862-3640
East Fulton, 105 Digby Dr, MS 38843-9402, (662) 862-3963
Gary D. Smith, 119 Bradford Ave, Fulton, MS 38843-2232, (662) 862-6151
Lynda Cross, 509 E Hill Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-8956, (662) 231-2555
Greenwood, 1400 Greenwood Church Rd, MS 38843-9005, (662) 862-2361
C/O Amy Conwill, 47 Hope Dr, Mantachie, MS 38855-7273, (662) 255-1066
Amy Conwill, 47 Hope Dr, Mantachie, MS 38855-7273, (662) 255-1066
Hopewell, 1132 Hopewell Keys Rd, MS 38843-9064
Matt Hudson, 1530 Loden Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-8819, (662) 862-2510
James McMillen, 1132 Hopewell Keys Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-9064, (662) 862-9819
Mount Pisgah, 3598 Nita Lake Rd, MS 38843-7100, (662) 652-3533
Scott Bryant, PO Box 484, Fulton, MS 38843-0484, (662) 862-6388
Gwyndola Umfress, 3598 Nita Lake Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-7100, (662) 652-3533
Mount Pleasant, PO Box 901, MS 38843-0901, (662) 585-4283
Jackie L. Gray, 500 Loden Rd, Fulton, MS 38843-9014, (662) 862-7895
Vicki Hamm, 101 Drake Dr, Fulton, MS 38843-9782, (662) 862-5540
Walnut Grove, 1906 S Adams St, MS 38843-8465, (662) 652-3703
James Wilson, 7650 Highway 178 E, Fulton, MS 38843-7318, (662) 652-3703
Angie Palmer, 265 Victoria Dr, Fulton, MS 38843-6347, (662) 862-3064
GAUTIER
North Gautier, 2405 Callie Rd, MS 39553-4200, (228) 497-2373
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Johnny Williams, 4007 Crestwood Ct, Gautier, MS 39553-5204, (228) 234-3121
Bud Bloom, 1216 Saint Ann, Gautier MS MS 39553-4020, (228) 497-2610
GREENVILLE
Harmony, PO Box 4512, MS 38704-4512
Stephen Ramsey, 2602 Highway 1 S, Greenville, MS 38701-8372, (662) 332-5605
Sarah S. Harris, 221 Lakeview Dr, Leland, MS 38756-3005, (662) 822-5978
GULFPORT
Campground, 20577 Highway 53, MS 39503-9037, (228) 832-9016
Bryan Atwood, 22407 Clark Lane, Gulfport, MS 39503-7626, (228) 224-6466
Donna Tapp, 15160 Christy Lane, Gulfport, MS 39503-8601, (228) 697-1440
First Of Orange Grove, 15486 Orange Grove Rd, MS 39503-2649, (228) 832-2991
Chris Flynn, 11440 Magnolia Estates Lane, Gulfport, MS 39503-8164, (228) 297-3562
Linda Foster, 12343 Dedeaux Rd, Gulfport, MS 39503-3822, (228) 832-8175
O'Neal Road, 14049 O'Neal Rd, MS 39503-2567, (228) 832-4246
Marion Greene, 121 N Railroad Ave, Petal, MS 39465-2139, (601) 583-0534
Diane Reed, 21184 28th St, Long Beach, MS 39560-8806, (228) 297-6186
GUNTOWN
Grace, 126 Sleepy Hollow Dr, MS 38824-9028, (662) 348-2002
Neil Murphy, 126 Sleepy Hollow Dr, Baldwyn, MS 38824-9028, (662) 231-1827
Andrea Parker, 2327 Highway 370, Baldwyn, MS 38824-8415
Unity, 925 County Road 1303, MS 38849-4655, (662) 869-5258
Eddie Boutwell, 363 Oak Grove Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-9416, (662) 282-4966
David Long, 250 County Road 2256, Baldwyn, MS 38824-6403, (662) 869-5662
HATTIESBURG
Bethel, 204 Mahned Rd, MS 39462-9727
Virgil Ainsworth, 477 Highway 533, Laurel, MS 39443-8859, (228) 729-8059
Brandi Houston, 204 Mahned Rd, New Augusta, MS 39462-9727, (601) 964-8306
Cornerstone, 3202 W 7th St, MS 39401-5621, (601) 264-6646
Glen M. Pace, 202 E Reservoir Rd, Columbia, MS 39429-7835, (601) 520-5376
Marion Greene, 121 N Railroad Ave, Petal, MS 39465-2139, (601) 583-0534
El Camino Mission - Hattiesburg, 4113 Highway 15 N, MS 39440-1029
Inocencio Rivera, 4113 Highway 15 N, Laurel, MS 39440-1029, (601) 433-0085
First Of Oak Grove, 4931 Old Highway 11, MS 39402-9769, (601) 264-9279
Gregory Bennett, 4931 Old Highway 11, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-9769, (601) 264-9279
Wanda Stringer, 70 Warren Lott Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3957
Magnolia, PO Box 15907, MS 39404-5907, (601) 264-8087
Greg Medenwald, 310 Quail Hollow Pl, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-8974, (601) 264-8987
Ellen Reece, 11 Monarch Blvd, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-7200, (601) 271-2606
New Heart, 4229 U S Highway 11, MS 39402-8024, (601) 934-3661
Ray Boone, 28 Jo Jo Lane, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-7044, (601) 934-3661
Randy Salmon, 70 Woodridge, Purvis, MS 39475-3304
South Forrest Mission, 464 Churchwell Rd, MS 39401-9358, (601) 596-1004
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Sidney Farmer, 464 Churchwell Rd, Hattiesburg, MS 39401-9358, (601) 596-1004
Westover, 5002 W 4th St, MS 39402-1000, (601) 264-4843
Sam Oglesby, 5002 W 4th St, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-1000, (601) 550-8513
Carolyn Hagler, 219 Springhill Dr, Hattiesburg, MS 39402-1233, (601) 264-8240
HERNANDO
Life Pointe, 50 Getwell Rd S, MS 38632-9500, (901) 830-6351
Kevin Marr, 8899 Turkey Creek Dr, Olive Branch, MS 38654-9813, (901) 830-6351
Laura Walker, 1584 Hillshire N, Hernando, MS 38632-9017, (901) 493-4796
HORN LAKE
Calvary, 5145 Highway 51 N, MS 38637-4105, (662) 393-3239
Gregory Cook, 5145 Highway 51 N, Horn Lake, MS 38637-4105, (901) 831-7812
Church Clerk, 5145 Highway 51 N, Horn Lake, MS 38637-4105, (662) 393-3239
HURLEY
Inspire, PO Box 188, MS 39555-0188, (228) 588-6489
Wade Ivey, PO Box 188, Hurley, MS 39555-0188
Margaret Everett, 19032 Goff Farm Rd, Moss Point, MS 39562-8914, (228) 588-6090
INDIANOLA
All Nations, 103 French Rd, MS 38751-9667
Donnie Logan, 205 Gillespie Dr, Indianola, MS 38751-2212, (662) 207-1448
ISOLA
Liberty, PO Box 675, MS 39038-0675
Jimmy Cresswell, 5999 Scotland Rd, Bentonia, MS 39049-9353, (662) 673-9168
Connie Paxton, 211 Waco Rd, Inverness, MS 38753-9532, (662) 265-5950
IUKA
Mount Glory, 303 County Road 144, MS 38873-9717, (662) 423-1451
Neil Edmondson, 275 County Road 992, Iuka, MS 38852-8109
Monica Moss, 303 County Road 144, Tishomingo, MS 38873-9717, (662) 660-2224
Sardis, 18 County Road 435, MS 38852-7247, (662) 427-9254
Tony Lambert, 17 County Road 90, Dennis, MS 38838-9509, (662) 660-4862
Kathleen Kiddy, 18 County Road 4351, Iuka, MS 38852-7247, (662) 427-9254
JACKSON
Westhaven, 1613 Westhaven Blvd, MS 39209-5817, (601) 922-2171
Junior Strickland, 1456 Westhaven Blvd, Jackson, MS 39209-5817, (601) 624-4208
Tracy Strickland, 1456 Westhaven Blvd, Jackson, MS 39209-5817, (601) 624-4099
KILANE
Wolf Creek, 29280 Deschamp Rd, MS 39571-9953, (228) 255-6633
Jewel Lee Prince, 22465 Mitchell Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-9592, (601) 798-5748
E. J. Martin, 29280 Deschamp Rd, Pass Christian, MS 39571-9953, (228) 255-9437
KOSCIUSKO
Shiloh, 7136 Attala Rd 2247, MS 39067-5974, (662) 289-7521
C/O Beth Burkes, 7136 Attala Rd 2247, Ethel, MS 39067-5974, (662) 289-7634
Beth Burkes, 7136 Attala Rd 2247, Ethel, MS 39067-5974, (662) 289-7634
LAUREL
313
El Camino, 4113 Highway 15 N, MS 39440-1029, (601) 425-5980
Estuardo Marroquin, 4113 Highway 15 N, Laurel, MS 39440-1029, (601) 433-0085
Church Clerk, 4113 Highway 15 N, Laurel, MS 39440-1029
Fairview, 58 Poole Creek Ballfield Rd, MS 39440-6222
Andy Miller, PO Box 152, Ellisville, MS 39437-0152, (601) 670-6082
Eleanor Burge, 502a White Chapel Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-9295, (601) 799-9998
Fifth Avenue, 2917 N 5th Ave, MS 39440-1709, (601) 428-1577
Xavier Joshua, 2917 N 5th Ave, Laurel, MS 39440-1709, (601) 470-1251
Zina Joshua, 2917 N 5th Ave, Laurel, MS 39440-1709, (601) 342-2518
First Of Calhoun, 14 Calhoun Cemetery Rd, MS 39440-7841
Leon Carmical, 70 Jarrod Rd, Ellisville, MS 39437-8208, (601) 268-9406
Cherrie Dearman, 178 Dogwood Hills Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-2966, (601) 651-6020
First Of Shady Grove, 4514 Highway 15 N, MS 39443-7428, (601) 426-6098
Danny Pitts, 4432 Highway 15 N, Laurel, MS 39443-9531, (601) 649-0260
David Parker, 316 Watermill Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-9431, (601) 426-3976
Hopewell, 95 Jasper Highway 533, MS 39443-8849, (601) 729-3637
Kenneth Flynt, Interim, 807 Soso-Big Creek Rd, Soso, MS 39480-5098, (601) 729-2613
Judy Welch, 128 Pleasant Home Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-8938, (601) 729-3637
Lebanon, 460 Lebanon Rd, MS 39443-4938, (601) 729-2436
Ken Riley, 454 Lebanon Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-4938, (601) 729-2123
Janice Bryant, 99 Iris Lane, Laurel, MS 39443-8560, (601) 729-2530
Parkview, 930 N 10th Ave, MS 39440-3338, (601) 428-7354
Shane Singleton, 920 N 10th Ave, Laurel, MS 39440-3338, (601) 319-0344
Judy Eavenson, 31 Calhoun Estates Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-7834, (601) 428-1014
Pine Ridge, 15 Stephanie Dr, MS 39443-5761
Brandon Wilson, 3130 Old Amy Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-9078, (601) 580-1304
Michelle Blackwell, 15 Stephanie Dr, Laurel, MS 39443-7822, (601) 319-8466
Sharon Missionary, 4346 Sharon Rd, MS 39443-8637
Joe Watson, 4346 Sharon Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-8637, (601) 649-5488
Nancy Dearman, 61 Melvin Welborn Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-8023, (601) 649-0377
Springhill, 558 Springhill Rd, MS 39443-9017, (601) 729-8019
Chris Freeman, 558 Springhill Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-9017, (601) 729-8019
Glenda Goodwin, 455 Service Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-5758, (601) 729-2408
Temple, 12 Hillcrest Dr, MS 39440-3714
Cliff Jenkins, 18 Hillcrest Dr, Laurel, MS 39440-3714, (601) 498-2748
Patsy Ruffin, 421 Fairway Pl, Laurel, MS 39440-3746, (601) 344-8229
LEAKESVILLE
Calvary, PO Box 727, MS 39451-0727, (601) 394-4516
Greg Hillman, 126 Cow Lot Rd, Leakesville, MS 39451-5352, (601) 525-3847
Stacey Pipkins, 3502 Jenkins Rd, Neely, MS 39461-2691, (601) 525-6482
Leakesville Missionary, PO Box 1273, MS 39451-1273, (601) 394-5610
Nathan Brown, 3628 Old Avera Rd, Leakesville, MS 39451-4633, (601) 508-4955
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Gail Hamilton, PO Box 1122, Leakesville, MS 39451-1122, (601) 394-2851
Pilgrim Rest, 125 Pilgrims Rest Rd, MS 39451-2718, (601) 947-2304
Darnell Minyard, 131 Gay Pierce Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-5617, (601) 947-2304
Vickie Everett, 125 Pilgrims Rest Rd, Leakesville, MS 39451-2718
LONG BEACH
Central, PO Box 687, MS 39560-0687, (228) 863-0360
Jeff Arrington, PO Box 687, Long Beach, MS 39560-0687, (228) 575-8334
Angela Arrington, PO Box 687, Long Beach, MS 39560-0687
0741
Divine Grace, PO Box 1392, MS 39560-1392, (228) 669-8969
Wallace Williams, 12421 Oakview Ct, Gulf Port, MS 39503-7687, (228) 669-8969
Debbie Mauffray, 10137 Lake Breeze Lane, Pass Christian, MS 39571-9040, (228) 861-
LOUIN
First, 52 County Road 15390, MS 39338-4613, (601) 739-3116
Tim Shelby, 2233 SCR 80 E, Taylorsville, MS 39168-5215, (601) 764-2560
Tyrone Butler, PO Box 35, Bay Springs, MS 39422-0035, (601) 739-3255
Palestine, 1430 32nd St, MS 39440-1415
C/O Anna R. Roberts, 5367 Highway 15, Louin, MS 39338-4226, (601) 739-3407
Anna R Roberts, 5367 Highway 15, Louin, MS 39338-4226, (601) 739-3407
LOUISE
Bethel, PO Box 43, MS 39097-0043, (662) 836-6450
Jim Ingram, 33 Strause Lane, Mt Olive, MS 39119-5309, (601) 797-9933
Renee Pruden, 929 Pruden Rd, Louise MS 39097-3200, (662) 836-6450
LUCEDALE
Calvary, 292 Old Highway 26, MS 39452-4373, (601) 788-7800
Kelly Byrd, 450 Camp Eight Rd, Richton, MS 39476-9414, (601) 788-7800
Colleen Murray, 45200 E Wilkerson Ferry, Lucedale, MS 39452-4366, (601) 310-2298
Canaan, 139 Henry Howell Loop, MS 39452-4560, (601) 947-8858
John Loftin, 139 Henry Howell Loop, Lucedale, MS 39452-4560, (318) 573-5628
Judy Havard, 108 Gavin Havard Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-3780, (601) 947-4573
Corinth, 231 Fig Farm Rd, MS 39452-3741, (601) 947-7595
Jeff Bass, 231 Fig Farm Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-3741, (601) 947-7595
Jackie Pierce, 139 Gay Pierce Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-5617, (601) 947-2589
Movella, 175 Movella Church Rd, MS 39452-9736
Donald Brown, 175 Movella Church Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-9736, (601) 947-2396
Robin Cochran, 3206 Dean Nursery Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-9740, (601) 947-7485
Oak Grove, 14170 Highway 98 E, MS 39452-7883, (601) 947-7109
John Grimes, 14170 Highway 98 E, Lucedale, MS 39452-7883, (601) 171-3743
Joanie Evans, 175 Davis Wade Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-7862, (601) 947-8636
Pineview, 120 Bennie Wall Rd, MS 39452-6279, (601) 766-1428
John Mills, 120 Bennie Wall Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-6279, (601) 766-1428
Church Clerk, 120 Bennie Wall Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-6279
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Red Creek, 200 Red Creek Church Rd, MS 39452-7526, (601) 947-7737
Charles McClure, 2230 Highway 612, Lucedale, MS 39452-4149, (601) 947-2200
Amy McClure, 117 Mcmahan Dr, Lucedale, MS 39452-9721, (601) 947-9914
Rhymes, 1056 Lamar St, MS 39452-6732
Colin Powell, 1056 Lamar St, Lucedale, MS 39452-6732
Bill Cooley, 113 Lee Anderson Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-8400, (601) 947-1689
Sand Hill, 4195 Highway 63 N, MS 39452-5165, (601) 947-2422
Bryan Williamson, 4181 Highway 63 N, Lucedale, MS 39452-5165, (601) 528-0642
Mary Mallette, 2164 Cooks Corner Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-3437, (601) 947-8639
Temple, 88 Summer St, MS 39452-5952, (601) 947-2928
B. J. Hudson, 50 Summer St Cb 13, Lucedale, MS 39452-5952, (601) 770-4550
Louise Helton, 2119 Hopper Rd Lot 27, Lucedale, MS 39452-8512
LUMBERTON
East Main, 307 E Main Ave, MS 39455-2609
Winnie McMahon, 636 S Mill Creek Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-3527, (601) 596-8810
Priscilla McGill, 146 DuboSE Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455-8722, (601) 794-7885
Hickory Grove, PO Box 261, MS 39455-0261
Tommy Jones, 39 Hickory Grove Church Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455-5563
Patricia Nall, 16 Jerry Nall Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455-5512, (601) 723-0519
MANTACHIE
Centerville, 8751 Highway 363, MS 38855-8353, (662) 282-4921
Greg Jones, 8751 Highway 363, Mantachie, MS 38855-8353, (662) 282-4921
Linda Curtiss, 970 Centerville Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-8259, (662) 282-4486
First, PO Box 159, MS 38855-0159, (662) 282-7425
John M. Adams PO Box 277, Mantachie, MS 38855-0277, (662) 282-4923
Wanda K. Grimes, 405 Bud Isaiah Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-9557, (662) 282-4308
New Hope, 591 New Hope Church Rd, MS 38855-7450
Cody Tucker, 591 New Hope Church Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-7450, (662) 660-3577
Casey J. Clayton, 2570 River Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-9533, (662) 397-7010
Oak Grove, PO Box 276, MS 38855-0276, (662) 282-4364
Josh Awtrey, 797 Oak Grove Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-8420, (662) 601-5908
Juanita Farrar, 350 Centerville Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-8253, (662) 282-4364
Tombigbee, 335 Tombigbee Church Rd, MS 38855-7923, (662) 282-5176
Mike Reeves, 335 Tombigbee Church Rd, Mantachie, MS 38855-7923, (662) 282-5176
James T. Jones, 6900 Highway 363, Mantachie, MS 38855-8308, (662) 282-4608
MC HENRY
Unity, 236 Highway 49, MS 39561-6162, (601) 528-5985
Neil Tapp, 24252 Orchard Park, Gulfport, MS 39503-9467, (228) 861-4536
Debra Dedeaux, 21094 28th St, Long Beach, MS 39560-9072, (228) 669-1116
MC LAIN
Buffalo, 2219 Old Highway 24, MS 39456-2532, (601) 525-3828
A. W. Kirkland, 95 Mike Breland Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-4984, (601) 928-5284
Regina Breland, 2219 Old Highway 24, Mc Lain, MS 39456-2532, (601) 525-3770
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Midway, 30 Shorty O'Neal Rd, MS 39451-5068, (601) 753-9229
John Burge, 30 Shorty O'Neal Rd, Leakesville, MS 39451-5068, (601) 788-2361
Diane Helton, 30 Shorty O'neal Dr, Leakesville, MS 39451-5068, (601) 947-4412
MERIDIAN
Broadmoor, 5426 Highway 39 N, MS 39305-2105, (601) 482-2229
Chris Floyd, 5312 Highway 39 N, Meridian, MS 39305-2103, (601) 483-4149
Stephanie Holifield, 9034 Ross Dr, Collinsville, MS 39325-9171, (601) 626-0068
MONTICELLO
Southgate, 705 W Mcpherson Dr, MS 39654-3705, (601) 587-4802
James McKneely, 27 Lee Hedgepeth Rd, Monticello, MS 39654-9049, (601) 587-8054
Debbie McKneely, 27 Lee Hedgepeth Rd, Monticello, MS 39654-9049, MOOREVILLE
Koinonia, 494 County Road 1310, MS 38857-7222
C/O Carol Morris, 494 County Road 1310, Mooreville, MS 38857-7222, (662) 401-7491
Carol Morris, 494 County Road 1310, Mooreville, MS 38857-7222
MOUNT OLIVE
Shiloh, 175 Keys And Clark Rd, MS 39119-4731, (601) 797-4597
C/O Wanda Clark, 175 Keys and Clark Rd, Mount Olive, MS 39119-4731, (601) 797-4384
Wanda Clark, 175 Keys and Clark Rd, Mount Olive, MS 39119-4731, (601) 797-4384
NATCHEZ
Trace City, PO Box 814, MS 39121-0814, (601) 422-0198
C/O Ruby Roberts, 1962 Poole Rd, Vidalia, LA, 71373-5713, (318) 335-5351
Ruby Roberts, 1962 Poole Rd, Vidalia, LA, 71373-5713, (318) 335-5351
NEELY
Washington, PO Box 232, MS 39461-0232, (601) 525-3769
Frank Panzrino, PO Box 232, Neely, MS 39461-0232, (601) 525-3769
Joy Hillman, 585 Old Denco Rd, Neely, MS 39461-2622, (601) 525-3729
NEW ALBANY
Grace Mission, 503 Lakeview Cv, MS 38652-1612
Kelby Johnson, 503 Lakeview Cv, New Albany, MS 38652-1612, (662) 316-6233
OCEAN SPRINGS
First Of Windsor Park, PO Box 826, MS 39566-0826, (228) 875-6870
Eddie Lambert, 6108 N Washington Ave, Ocean Springs, MS 39564-2651, (228) 382-2658
Betty Jean Hilton, 6628 Columbus Cir, Ocean Springs, MS 39564-2311, (228) 875-6062
Springhill, 4500 Gibson Rd, MS 39564-6027
Duane Ledlow, 17401 Indian Lane, Vancleve, MS 39565-6561, (228) 217-7607
Kelly Hutchersen, 17403 Indian Lane, Vancleave, MS 39565-6561, (228) 217-0355
OLIVE BRANCH
Harvest Mission, PO Box 863, MS 38654-0863, (901) 233-1851
James Cook, Jr., PO Box 863, Olive Branch, MS 38654-0863, (901) 233-1851
New Beginnings, 6125 Pleasant Hill Rd, MS 38654-9506, (662) 895-0822
Allan Lunyou, 4845 Cherry Tree Rd, Olive Branch, MS 38654-7273, (901) 336-5293
Wanda Tuck, 794 Autumn Woods Cv, Southaven, MS 38671-5471
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OVETT
Bible, 725 Will Young Rd, MS 39464-9712, (601) 649-7659
Edward Williams, 138 County Road 237, Laurel, MS 39443-8616, (601) 433-1060
Bonnie J. Wilson, 725 Will Young Rd, Ovett, MS 39464-9712, (601) 344-7120
Good Hope, 2304 Highway 15 S, MS 39464-3725, (601) 422-0713
Ricky Mitchell, 1388 Moselle Seminary Rd, Seminary, MS 39479-4045, (601) 752-2099
Raymond Landrum, 2133 Highway 15 S, Ovett, MS 39464-3741, (601) 319-6544
Tiger Creek, 694 Tiger Creek Rd, MS 39476-7430, (601) 344-7331
Wilkie Parker, 694 Tiger Creek Rd, Richton, MS 39476-7430, (601) 344-3535
Earlene Scarbrough, 87 Stroud Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-6126, (601) 649-2934
OXFORD
Way, Truth, Life Mission - Oxford, 144 Bails Rd, MS 38663-1264, (662) 587-2148
Erlin Pech, 144 Bails Rd, Ripley, MS 38663-1264, (662) 587-2148
Westview, 435 Highway 6 W, MS 38655-9068, (662) 236-1971
C/O Dorothy Shroads, 2691 Eureka Rd, Batesville, MS 38606-8383, (662) 563-4810
Dorothy Shroads, 2691 Eureka Rd, Batesville, MS 38606-8383, (662) 563-4810
PASCAGOULA
Spencer Memorial, 3607 Lanier Ave, MS 39581-3724
Terry Ray Lee, 23013 Road 262, PicayuNE, MS 39466-9523, (601) 916-4415
Lynne Jones, PO Box 1795, Lucedale, MS 39452-1795, (601) 508-6714
Woodlawn, 2919 Old Mobile Ave, MS 39581-3640, (228) 762-8536
Danny K. Cresswell, PO Box 1908, Fairhope, AL 36533-1908, (251) 533-3102
Wanda Davis, 2308 11th St, Pascagoula, MS 39567-5820
PEARL
Skyway Hills, 3790 Highway 80 E, MS 39208-4257, (601) 939-5373
Steven Clark, 420 Walnut Grove Dr, Pearl, MS 39208-9303, (601) 498-1827
Emily Phillips, 120 Trojan Dr, Pearl, MS 39208-3721, (601) 940-3383
PERKINSTON
Biloxi Creek, PO Box 375, MS 39573-0375
C/O James Lizana, 27639 Highway 53, Saucier, MS 39574-8906, (228) 831-2567
James Lizana, 27639 Highway 53, Saucier, MS 39574-8906, (228) 831-2567
Little Creek, 43 Walker Rd, MS 39573-3305
Gerald Givens, 17 Decalb O'Neal Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-4802, (601) 928-3796
Doyle Bond, 43 Walker Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-3305, (601) 528-5943
Paramount, 63 Paramount Church Dr, MS 39573-3522, (601) 928-7170
Dennis H. Knight, 2978 Highway 15, Wiggins, MS 39577-9429, (601) 928-3764
Gavin Cochran, 860 Benndale Rd, Wiggins, MS 39577-9306, (601) 598-2234
Shiloh, 28391 Highway 603, MS 39573-3723
Josh Daniels, 29145 Highway 603, Perkinston, MS 39573-3899, (228) 216-3064
Carol Ladner, 4307 Road 386, KiLane, MS 39556-6186, (228) 255-1134
Ten Mile, 366 J B Brown Rd, MS 39573-5833, (601) 928-2230
Stan Bennett, 65 Ten Mile Church Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-4963, (601) 928-2230
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Louise Breland, 366 J B Brown Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-5833, (601) 528-0187
PETAL
Parkway, PO Box 183, MS 39465-0183
Tray Lamkin, 1524 Highway 42 E, Petal, MS 39465-9504, (601) 545-6499
Becky Holcomb, 207 Albert St, Petal, MS 39465-3007, (601) 596-4971
PICAYUNE
Antioch, 2000 E Canal St, MS 39466-4809, (601) 798-2320
Robert Osbourn, 2000 E Canal St, Picayune, MS 39466-4809, (601) 799-3938
Clara Howard, 102 Teague St, Picayune, MS 39466-3800, (601) 798-3365
Benville, 22391 Mitchell Rd, MS 39466-9594
Willie A. Tebo, 12471 Old Kiln Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-9387, (601) 916-3574
Michelle Tebo, 12471 Old Kiln Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-9387
Catahoula, 22140 Highway 43, MS 39466-9699, (228) 469-0352
Donnie Smith, 22140 Highway 43, Picayune, MS 39466-9699
Gala Necaise, 22140 Highway 43, Picayune, MS 39466-9699, (228) 255-1784
Lee's Chapel #2, 27015 Leetown Rd, MS 39466-8566
Jarrad Lee, 16 R T Lee Rd, Carriere, MS 39426-7347, (228) 547-6159
Ann Hester, 158 Hester Loop, Perkinston, MS 39573-5969
Mill Creek, 11 Old Kiln Rd, MS 39466-5559, (601) 337-4501
Arthur H. Lee, 5 Old Kiln Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-5559, (601) 799-4501
Marcele Cutrer, 11 Old Kiln Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-5559, (601) 798-1783
Mount Calvary, 310 Mitchell St, MS 39466-4542, (601) 798-4897
C/O Judy Henderson, 158 Grover Barrett Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-7554, (601) 798-1126
Judy Henderson, 158 Grover Barrett Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-7554, (601) 798-1126
Westlawn, 2703 Jackson Landing Rd, MS 39466-8054, (601) 798-2320
James Reeves, 11192 Willie Lee Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-8572, (601) 798-9334
Jean Dunn, 225 Grover Barrett Rd, Picayune, MS 39466-7594, (601) 798-8537
POPLARVILLE
College Heights, PO Box 389, MS 39470-0389, (601) 795-8766
Walter Pierce, Sr., 476 Restertown Rd, Poplarville, MS 39470-3420, (601) 795-0261
Church Clerk, PO Box 389, Poplarville, MS 39470-0389, (301) 795-2932
Community, 2498 Silver Run Rd, MS 39470-3491
Sam Freeman, 2498 Silver Run Rd, Poplarville, MS 39470-3491, (601) 795-3990
Gail Ladner, 550 Connie Hariel Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-4317, (228) 697-4381
Derby Place, 9675 Highway 11, MS 39470-4012
Nick Freeman, 13 Jerry Lott Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3621, (601) 394-7202
Barbara A Smith, 103 Homestead Lane, Poplarville, MS 39470-4222, (601) 795-8885
Plainview, 2506 Silver Run Rd, MS 39470-3660, (601) 795-8291
Sam Freeman, 2498 Silver Run Rd, Poplarville, MS 39470-3491, (601) 795-3990
Wendall Smith, 204 Jess Williams Rd, Poplarville, MS 39470-3513, (601) 528-2426
PURVIS
Calvary, PO Box 393, MS 39475-0393, (601) 794-8898
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David Parker, 324 Carroll Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455-9292, (601) 810-3783
Lainey Lott, 89 Boggy Hollow Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-4333, (601) 325-7047
Canaan, PO Box 874, MS 39478-0874
Mickey Steele, 581 Lookout Tower Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-4299, (601) 436-0664
Gloria Steele, 20 Lookout Tower Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-5310, (601) 794-6060
Pine Grove, 40 Johnson Lane, MS 39475-4167, (601) 270-3261
Charles Lee, 77 Morrow Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-4222, (601) 596-3416
Mayme Johnson, 40 Johnson Lane, Purvis, MS 39475-4167, (601) 270-3261
RICHTON
Canaan, 672 Lovewell Rd, MS 39476-7900, (601) 394-8723
Jason Howard, 13623 Brushy Creek Rd, Lucedale, MS 39452-2735, (601) 394-8723
Vanessa Freeman, 672 Lovewell Rd, Richton, MS 39476-7900, (601) 525-6174
Central, PO Box 791, MS 39476-0791
I. L. Stinson, 91529 Highway 42 E, Richton, MS 39476-9707, (601) 788-4643
Evelyn Stinson, 91529 Highway 42 E, Richton, MS 39476-9707, (601) 788-7114
Dykes Chapel, PO Box 631, MS 39476-0631
J. R. Hartfield, 507 Max White Rd, Purvis, MS 39475-5339, (601) 794-7031
Linda Dykes, PO Box 215, Richton, MS 39476-0215, (601) 788-4055
Mulberry, 40 Willie Mae Pitts Rd, MS 39476-9454, (601) 735-6489
Phillip Reynolds, 20936 Mennonite Rd, Gulfport, MS 39503-9206, (601) 716-4300
Jamie Stevison, 40 Willie Mae Pitts Rd, Richton, MS 39476-9454, (601) 671-8790
Zion's Rest, 1378 Freeman Town Rd, MS 39476-2697
Howard Rogers, 557 Spring Hill Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-5713, (601) 729-2744
Jimmie Freeman, 1596 Freeman Town Rd, Richton, MS 39476-2714, (601) 989-2226
RIPLEY
Way, Truth & Life - Ripley, 144 Bails Rd, MS 38663-1264
Elvis Garcia, 144 Bails Rd, Ripley, MS 38663-0847, (662) 587-2148
Wendy Garcia, 144 Bails Rd, Ripley, MS 38663-1264, (662) 587-2148
ROXIE
New Hope, 53 Smith Ln NW, MS 39653-7508, (601) 870-4046
Richard C. Arceneaux, 53 Smith Ln NW, Meadville, MS 39653-7508, (601) 384-5703
Helen Foster, 8 Nations Rd, Roxie, MS 39661-7707, (601) 807-7574
RUNNELSTOWN
Corinth, 276 Corinth Church Rd, MS 39465-8605
John Miller, 429 Leeville Rd, Petal, MS 39465-9321, (601) 545-7179
J. H. Brown, 276 Corinth Church Rd, Petal, MS 39465-8605, (601) 583-2119
SALTILLO
Fellowship, PO Box 449, MS 38866-0449
C/O David deVaughn, 1100 Pine Lake Dr, Corinth, MS 38834-9100, (662) 415-7172
David deVaughn, 1100 Pine Lake Dr, Corinth, MS 38834-9100, (662) 415-7172
SAUCIER
Grace, 196 Hester Loop, MS 39573-5969, (601) 528-1344
Keith Owen, 6386 Beatline Rd, Long Beach, MS 39560-2107, (228) 861-1866
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Margie Hester, 196 Hester Loop, Perkinston, MS 39573-5969, (601) 528-1344
Pleasant Hill, 23146 Highway 49 Frontage Rd, MS 39574-9126, (228) 832-0108
Jerry Anderson, 23146 Highway 49 Frontage Rd, Saucier, MS 39574-9126, (601) 928-8993
Geraldine Necaise, 13254 Cleveland Ladner Rd, Pass Christian, MS 39571-9540, (228)
223-1166
Ramsey Creek, 4547 Bethel Rd, MS 39574-9047
Kirk Ladner, 191 Cable Bridge Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-3353, (601) 528-9586
Dorthy Williamson, 14373 T Bird Rd, Biloxi, MS 39532-9092, (228) 392-3868
SEMINARY
Bethel, 322 Zelton Ingram Rd, MS 39479-8918, (601) 752-3507
Kevin Sanford, 951 Old Highway 24, Sumrall, MS 39482-3829, (601) 408-1519
Debbie Smith, 37 Peach Tree Lane, Seminary, MS 39479-9045, (601) 752-3507
Evergreen, 77 Evergreen Church Rd, MS 39479-8712, (601) 722-3796
Chad Cummings, 220 Service Rd, Laurel, MS 39443-5761, (601) 580-7037
Cherie Humphrey, 37 Ray Harvey Rd, Seminary, MS 39479-8723, (601) 722-4546
SOSO
Antioch, 2054 Highway 28 W, MS 39168-4312, (601) 764-2285
Robert White, 127 County Road 1515, Bay Springs, MS 39422-9446, (601) 764-2285
Gary Ward, 348 McVey Rd, Soso, MS 39480-5572, (601) 729-4595
Berean, PO Box 238, MS 39481-0238, (601) 729-4363
Bryson Haden, 3308 Highway 29, Soso, MS 39480-5001, (662) 251-0443
Susan Porter, 846 Highway 15 N, Stringer, MS 39481-4229, (601) 577-7172
Big Creek, 28 Big Creek Church Rd, MS 39480-5065, (601) 763-8100
Justin Rhodes, 103 Hannah Dr, Clinton, MS 39056-5106, (601) 218-3364
Ronald Faircloth, 103 Tressies Lane, Laurel, MS 39443-4951, (601) 670-1501
SOUTHAVEN
Central Mission, PO Box 344, MS 38671-0344, (901) 343-3293
Anders Lee, PO Box 344, Southaven, MS 38671-0344, (901) 343-3293
STEENS
Shiloh, 1131 Woodlawn Rd, MS 39766-9514
C/O David D. Lawrence, 1621 Hildreth Rd, Columbus, MS 39702-8619, (662) 328-4645
David D. Lawrence, 1621 Hildreth Rd, Columbus, MS 39702-8619, (662) 328-4645
STRINGER
Good Hope, 1067 County Road 19, MS 39481-4434, (601) 428-0921
Corbey Jones, 1067 County Road 19, Stringer, MS 39481-4434, (601) 428-0921
Barbara McCarty, 61 County Road 155, Stringer, MS 39481-4224, (601) 425-5384
SUMRALL
Day Star Mission, 652 N Slade Rd, MS 39482-3572, (601) 670-6191
Phillip Burns, 652 N Slade Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3572, (601) 670-6191
Midway First, 77 Midway Church Rd, MS 39482-3841, (601) 264-6647
Blake McCain, 77 Midway Church Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3841
Elizabeth Lott, 77 Midway Church Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3841, (601) 264-6647
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Rocky Branch, 2401 Rocky Branch Rd, MS 39482-9123
Robert Arinder, 414 Farve Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-3552, (601) 517-1551
Leah D Moore, 312 Porter Hudson Rd, Sumrall, MS 39482-4229, (601) 758-4930
TAYLORSVILLE
Calvary, 3717 SCR 70, MS 39168-4707, (601) 335-1663
John L. Riles, 1500 Highway 29 N, Ellisville, MS 39437-5126, (601) 763-7776
Judy Eubanks, 3717 SCR 70, Taylorsville, MS 39168-4707, (601) 785-4221
Mineral Springs, 1611 SCR 19, MS 39168-4832, (601) 782-4616
C/O Catherine Ivey, 1231 SCR 19, Taylorsville, MS 39168-4832, (601) 818-4393
Catherine Ivey, 1231 SCR 19, Taylorsville, MS 39168-4832, (601) 782-9437
TISHOMINGO
Shady Grove, 481 Highway 365, MS 38873-9341, (256) 460-9241
Mike Smith, 2311 Highway 40, Phil Campbell, AL, 35581-5132, (256) 460-9241
Anna Sparks, 481 Highway 365, Tishomingo, MS 38873-9341, (662) 660-3357
TUPELO
Ballardsville, 260 Road 1589, MS 38804-8345, (662) 862-7486
C/O Sue Walton, 245 Walton Rd SW, Fulton, MS 38804-7325, (662) 862-9482
Sue Walton, 245 Walton Rd SW, Fulton, MS 38804-7325, (662) 862-9482
Emmanuel, 955 Scott St, MS 38801-5922
George Rodgers, Sr., 1806 Briar Ridge Rd, Tupelo, MS 38804-5902
Amanda Sanderford, 880 Road 1409, Mooreville, MS 38857-7320, (662) 255-7763
Pleasant Hill, 1169 State Park Rd, MS 38804-8339
Wexford Parmer, 467 Feemster Lake Rd, Tupelo, MS 38804-5219, (662) 840-9555
Mary Murphree, 1177 State Park Rd, Tupelo, MS 38804-8339, (662) 844-6857
3055
South Green, 3185 S Green St, MS 38801-6454, (662) 842-8447
C/O Linda McCullough, 197 County Road 855, Shannon, MS 38868-9086, (662) 767-
Way, Truth & Life Mission - Tupelo, 144 Bails Rd, MS 38663-1264, (662) 587-2148
Humberto Regalado, 144 Bails Rd, Ripley, MS 38663-1264, (662) 587-2148
UNION
Mount Olive, 1935 Eshee Rd, MS 39337-9527, (601) 656-3417
William E. 'Bill' Raines, 1935 Eshee Rd, Little Rock, MS 39337-9527, (601) 774-7405
Sue Edwards, 12931 County Road 298, Collinsville, MS 39325-9637, (601) 678-3811
Rock Creek, 523 Rock Creek Rd, MS 39365-9105, (601) 663-6160
Robert Wayne Stockstill, Interim, 10381 Rd 240, Union, MS 39365-9588, (601) 416-7118
Hollie Smith, 523 Rock Creek Rd, Union, MS 39365-9105, (601) 663-6160
Linda McCullough, 197 County Road 855, Shannon, MS 38868-9086, (662) 767-3055
VICKSBURG
Oakland, 2959 Oak Ridge Rd, MS 39183-7929, (601) 638-6724
Dwight Sibley, 4669 Redwood Rd, Vicksburg, MS 39183-7936, (601) 218-5190
Melda McBroom, 4630 Smith Station Rd, Edwards, MS 39066-9604, (601) 994-3137
Wilderness, 5415-C Gibson Rd, MS 39180-6315, (601) 636-3525
Conrad Robert, 5415-C Gibson Rd, Vicksburg, MS 39180-6315, (601) 415-8124
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Nita Brown, 5415-C Gibson Rd, Vicksburg, MS 39180-6315, (601) 636-3525
WEST POINT
Lone Oak, 1261 Lone Oak Rd, MS 39773-8932, (662) 494-1125
Fulton Lindsey, 1261 Lone Oak Rd, West Point, MS 39773-8932, (662) 494-1125
Carolyn Trull, 2081 Lone Oak Rd, West Point, MS 39773-8931, (662) 494-4533
WIGGINS
Bethel, PO Box 1001, MS 39577-1001, (601) 928-7280
Freddie Wegner, 50 Carl O'Neal Rd, Perkinson, MS 39573-5072, (601) 928-9680
Kathy Stringer, 68 Stringer Rd, Wiggins, MS 39577-8749, (601) 582-2962
Red Creek, 630 Smithtown Rd, MS 39577-9642, (601) 928-5260
Scotty Rayburn, 1642 Highway 26, Wiggins, MS 39577-9215, (601) 928-9886
Pam Davis, 569 County Farm Rd, Lumberton, MS 39455-5614, (601) 796-2574
Vardaman Street, PO Box 1, MS 39577-0001, (601) 928-3943
Eugene Anderson, 38 Anderson Rd, Perkinston, MS 39573-4951, (601) 528-1779
Louise Crawley, 32 Bobby Hunt Rd, Wiggins, MS 39577-8205
YAZOO CITY
Good Hope, 1530 Gaywood Ave, MS 39194-2209, (662) 746-5654
C/O Patricia Cranston, 4825 Lake City Rd, YAZoo City, MS 39194-9463, (662) 746-5364
Patricia Cranston, 4825 Lake City Rd, YAZoo City, MS 39194-9463, (662) 746-5364
Hillcrest, 353 Bus Station Rd, MS 39194-8298, (662) 746-3030
Jeffrey Dixon, 2030 E Sunset Dr, Yazoo City, MS 39194-2527, (662) 998-0546
Barbara Grey, 4765 Judkins Rd, Yazoo City, MS 39194-5320, (662) 571-2035
MISSOURI
ALTON
Oak Hill, RR 3 Box 3270, MO 65606-9505, (417) 778-1725
Edward L. Casey, RR 1 Box 1444, Alton, MO 65606-9730, (417) 778-6615
Glenda Cooley, RR 3 Box 3270, Alton, MO 65606-9505, (417) 778-6178
Pennwood, RR 3 Box 3428, MO 65606-9535
Donnie Finley, RR 3 Box 3428, Alton, MO 65606-9535, (417) 778-2004
Patty Finley, RR 3 Box 3428, Alton, MO 65606-9535, (417) 778-2004
ARNOLD
Parkview, 1004 Hoffman St, MO 63653-1206, (573) 562-2040
John Earl Brown, 1004 Hoffman St, Leadwood, MO 63653-1206, (573) 562-2040
Joann Brown, 1004 Hoffman St, Leadwood, MO 63653-1206, (573) 701-5258
BELGRADE
Temple, PO Box 18, MO 63622-0018, (573) 766-5467
Thomas McCanless, 12709 St Highway C, Belgrade, MO 63622-9241, (573) 766-5219
Roberta Pierce, 11724 St Highway Bb, Caledonia, MO 63631-9449, (573) 766-5373
BISMARCK
Charity Landmark, 4170 Frye Rd, MO 63640-3549
Lee Miller, 226 Valley Dr, Farmington, MO 63640-1061, (573) 701-6223
Janet D. Price, 4170 Frye Rd, Farmington, MO 63640-3549, (573) 756-7498
BOURBON
323
First, PO Box 386, MO 65441-0386, (573) 732-5420,
Ted Hurley, 401 Walnut St, Bourbon, MO 65441-6222, (573) 732-5552
Laurie Tucker, PO Box 386, Bourbon, MO 65441-0386, (573) 732-5420
BUNKER
Ohlman, 10186 Highway 72, MO 63629-8135, (573) 689-2707
Terry Sharpe, 10186 Highway 72, Bunker, MO 63629-8135, (573) 689-2707
Sheryl Wisdom, 213 County Road 738, Bunker, MO 63629-8183, (573) 689-2750
CALEDONIA
Pleasant Grove, 10069 Seabourne St, MO 63622-9231, (573) 766-8424
C/O Patricia Johnson, 11893 Webster Rd, Caledonia, MO 63631-9459
Patricia Johnson, 11893 Webster Rd, Caledonia, MO 63631-9459
CARTHAGE
Landmark, 803 W Chestnut St, MO 64836-2124
Loma Burrell, 408 E 2nd St, Carthage, MO 64836-1522, (417) 358-3903
Helen L. Hall, 1308 Regan Ave, Carthage, MO 64836-2953, (417) 358-4675
CASSVILLE
Antioch, 9649 Farm Rd 2160, MO 65625-7177
C/O Charles Buehler, 9649 Farm Rd 2160, Cassville, MO 65625-7177, (417) 847-0205
Charles Buehler, 9649 Farm Rd 2160, Cassville, MO 65625-7177, (417) 847-0205
Bethany, PO Box 381, MO 65625-0381
Wayne L. Betts, PO Box 381, Cassville, MO 65625-0381
Carolyn Betts, PO Box 381, Cassville, MO 65625-0381, (417) 442-7815
Oak Ridge, 14230 State Highway Y, MO 65625-8289
Larry Henbest, 15795 St Highway 37, Cassville, MO 65625-8661, (417) 847-2552
Vicky Henbest, 15795 St Highway 37, Cassville, MO 65625-8661, (417) 847-2552
CHARLESTON
Abundant Life In Christ, PO Box 195, MO 63834-0195, (573) 427-4000
Rodney Dunlap, 709 E Cypress St, Charleston, MO 63834-1212, (573) 427-4000
Church Clerk, PO Box 195, Charleston, MO 63834-0195
COLUMBIA
Charity, PO Box 436, MO 65205-0436, (573) 474-6895
C/O Janet Danklef, 5539 Bradley Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109-5414, (573) 636-5871
Janet Danklef, 5539 Bradley Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109-5414, (573) 636-5871
DE SOTO
Landmark, 1215 Boyd St, MO 63020-1815, (636) 586-3218
Wayne N. Gibson, 4000 Oak Wood Ct, Valles Mines, MO 63087-1241, (636) 586-2104
Catherine S. Rudloff, 118 Northview Dr, Crystal City, MO 63019-1015, (636) 937-1440
DONIPHAN
Amity, 402 N Green St, MO 63935-1521, (573) 996-5586
Gaylord Harvey, Sr., 402 N Green St, Doniphan, MO 63935-1521, (573) 996-5586
Sandra Harvey, 402 N Green St, Doniphan, MO 63935-1521, (573) 996-5586
Bethlehem, Rt 3 Box 7799, MO 63935-8740, (573) 996-2448
Russell Chitwood, HC 1 Box 266, Fairdealing, MO 63939-9717, (573) 857-2074
Dian Decker, Rt 3 Box 7799, Doniphan, MO 63935-8740, (573) 351-8708
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Briar, HC 7 Box 159k, MO 63935-8901, (573) 996-4714
C/O Elaine Hollomon, HC 7 Box 380, Doniphan, MO 63935-8918, (573) 996-3795
Elaine Hollomon, HC 7 Box 380, Doniphan, MO 63935-8918, (573) 996-3795
West Doniphan, HC 7 Box 40, MO 63935-8901, (573) 996-3968
David Grubb, HC 1 Box 156, Van Buren, MO 63965-9715, (573) 593-4407
Geneva Honeycutt, HC 7 Box 40, Doniphan, MO 63935-8901, (573) 996-3968
ELLINGTON
Antioch, PO Box 145, MO 63638-0145, (573) 663-3488
Michael Huddleston, 603 Nicholson Dr, Potosi, MO 63664-1126, (573) 435-6171
Minnie Asberry, 918 State Rt 137, Willow Springs, MO 65793-8910, (417) 469-2986
Lower Doe Run, PO Box 355, MO 63638-0355, (573) 461-2266
Melvin Meade, PO Box 4, Irondale, MO 63648-0004, (573) 749-3333
Frieda Williams, PO Box 355, Ellington, MO 63638-0355, (573) 663-2764
ELLSINORE
Mount Carmel, PO Box 1111, MO 63965-1111, (573) 323-8761
Eddie Conover, 12917 Highway Pp, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-4793, (573) 785-7970
Leann Woodard, PO Box 1111, Van Buren, MO 63965-1111, (573) 323-8761
FAIRDEALING
Springhill, HC 1 Box 387, MO 63939-9712, (573) 857-2034
Sean Kallner, HC 1 Box 387, Fairdealing, MO 63939-9712, (573) 857-2731
Sonia Kallner, HC 1 Box 387, Fairdealing, MO 63939-9712, (573) 857-2731
FARMINGTON
Heritage Missionary, 3389 Highway H, MO 63640-7051, (573) 760-9082
Lynn Todd, 504 E Chestnut, Desloge, MO 63601-3308, (573) 631-5752
Cynthia Todd, 504 E Chestnut, Desloge, MO 63601-3308, (573) 631-5752
FENTON
Springdale, PO Box 623, MO 63026-0623, (636) 343-5866
Carl Kerr, 9 Harmonie Dr, Union, MO 63084-2064, (636) 584-5567
Nancy Kerr, 9 Harmonie Dr, Union, MO 63084-2064, (636) 584-5567
FESTUS
Berean, 2249 Berean Lane, MO 63028-3353, (636) 937-9219
C/O Carla J. Sohn, 2949 Victoria Rd, Festus, MO 63028-3848, (636) 937-0018
Carla J Sohn, 2949 Victoria Rd, Festus, MO 63028-3848, (636) 937-0018
FLORISSANT
Lindsay Lane, 920 Lindsay Lane, MO 63031-4103, (314) 921-2378
Drew Sawyer, 765 Pebble Lane, Florissant, MO 63033-5706, (334) 718-9815
Loleta Shell, 3305 Saddleridge Dr, St Charles, MO 63301-0199, (314) 947-4604
FREDERICKTOWN
London Hill, 2588 Highway C, MO 63645-6922
Roy L. Callahan, 148 Brilliant Lane, St Louis, MO 63125-3713, (573) 321-6518
Pamela Callahan, 148 Brilliant Lane, St Louis, MO 63125-3713, (573) 321-6518
HARVIELL
Friendship, 3395 Highway V, MO 63945-7120, (573) 222-6018
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Ernie L. Cate, 392 W Harbin Ave, Puxico, MO 63960-8459, (573) 778-8647
Becky Cate, 392 W Harbin Ave, Puxico, MO 63960-8459, (573) 778-8647
INDEPENDENCE
Faith, 17245 E Kentucky Rd, MO 64058-1598, (816) 257-6922
Joseph Smith, 18302 E ShoshoNE Dr, Independence, MO 64058-1147, (816) 886-2778
Connie Prawl, 15708 E 25th St S, Independence, MO 64055-1931, (816) 461-4704
Glenview, 3101 S Shrank Rd, MO 64055-2847, (816) 373-2746
Dan McGee, 19312 E 27th St S, Independence, MO 64057-1413, (816) 510-6783
Ken Lingelbach, 2607 S Seminole Ct, Independence, MO 64057-2427, (816) 795-5828
Harmony Heights, 1701 N Salem Dr, MO 64056-1324, (816) 796-3682
Ronald Keogh, 1512 Glen Ellyn St, Independence, MO 64056-1330, (816) 810-6291
Nelda Hurd, 16401 E Cogan Dr, Independence, MO 64055-2258, (816) 373-9057
JEFFERSON CITY
Westview, 1036 Lomo Dr, MO 65109-6317, (573) 893-5125
Michael Hearst, 1032 Lomo Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109-6317, (573) 893-4988
Karen Smith, 1036 Lomo Dr, Jefferson City, MO 65109-6317, (573) 782-3248
JOPLIN
Grace, 3130 S Wall Ave, MO 64804-2675, (417) 623-1924
Brad Wieneke, 3130 S Wall Ave, Joplin, MO 94804-2675
Angie Cullen, 2402 W 4th St, Joplin, MO 64801-3304
KANSAS CITY
Calvary, 9505 E 47th St, MO 64133-1804, (816) 353-5355
David Mullin, 7905 E 89th St, Kansas City, MO 64138-4144, (816) 761-4796
Helen Blalock, 3016 Hunter Ave, Kansas City, MO 64129-1460, (816) 254-0720
KENNETT
Puerta Del Cielo Mission, 19677 State Highway 25, MO 63857-8201
Ivan Lopez, 19677 State Highway 25, Kennett, MO 63857-8201, (573) 888-4334
Church Clerk, 19677 State Highway 25, Kennett, MO 63857-8201
Twin Oaks, PO Box 514, MO 63857-0514
Larry Edwards, Jr, 136 GreeNE Rd 435, Marmaduke, AR 72443-8581, (870) 476-5306
Marina Ramirez, PO Box 186, Clarkton, MO 63837-0186, (573) 276-8972
LONEDELL
Bethel, 569 Bethel Church Rd, MO 63060-1011, (636) 629-2978
Ben A. Kingston, 569 Bethel Church Rd, Lonedell, MO 63060-1011, (636) 629-2526
Joan Burnett, PO Box 254, St Clair, MO 63077-0254, (636) 629-2237
Elmwood, 2310 Elmwood Church Rd, MO 63060-1613
C/O Bonnie Marsh, 2911 Huff Rd, Lonedell, MO 63060-1906
Bonnie Marsh, 2911 Huff Rd, Lonedell, MO 63060-1906
MALDEN
Lighthouse 1001 Pittman Rd, MO 63863-1121
Randy Zinn, 1001 Pittman Rd, Malden, MO 63863-1121
Esther Cooper, 311 S Graham St, Malden, MO 63863-2236, (573) 276-3464
MATTHEWS
326
First, PO Box 187, MO 63867-0187
Chris Polk, PO Box 271, Matthews, MO 63867-0187, (573) 472-1038
Grace Brown, 108 Paula Dr, Sikeston, MO 63801-3936, (573) 472-0613
MIDDLEBROOK
First Of Middlebrook, 445 Highway M, MO 63601-9345, (573) 546-4020
Roy Brakefield, 445 Highway M, Park Hills, MO 63601-9345, (573) 562-7773
Julie Estes, 415 E Chestnut St, Desloge, MO 63601-2918
MINERAL POINT
Stony Point Landmark, 13209 Old 8 E, MO 63660-9464, (573) 562-7036
Claude A. Evans, 14194 State Highway P, Potosi, MO 63664-9331, (573) 562-7036
Sherry Hamby-Vance, 6398 Winch Rd, Bonne Terre, MO 63628-3742, (573) 631-2218
NAYLOR
Naylor, RR 1 Box 110, MO 63954-9501, (573) 399-2801
C/O Tiffany Bunn, RR 1 Box 110, Neelyville, MO 63954-9501
Tiffany Bunn, RR 1 Box 110, Neelyville, MO 63954-9501
NEELYVILLE
Independence, 1521 Highway V, MO 63945-7140, (573) 989-3939
Bobby Brooks, 1521 Highway V, Harviell, MO 63945-7140, (573) 989-6401
Peggy Reinbott, RR 2 Box 7058, Doniphan, MO 63935-9251, (573) 996-2747
NEVADA
Heritage, 927 N Olive St, MO 64772-1235, (417) 667-7572
Jeff Adams, 502 W Vernon, Nevada, MO 64772-1350, (417) 321-0276
Melanie Adams, 502 W Vernon, Nevada, MO 64772-1350, (417) 321-4904
NEW MADRID
Kewanee, PO Box 36, MO 63860-0036, (573) 748-5449
Daniel R. Wisely, 12391 Highway 61, New Madrid, MO 63869-9167, (573) 748-5220
Emma Fowler, 1829 St Highway W, Lilbourn, MO 63862-9109, (573) 748-0297
NIXA
Refuge Mission, 1107 Verna Lane, MO 65714-8205
John Herring, 1107 Verna Lane, Nixa, MO 65714-8205, (501) 413-1208
OXLY
Antioch, HC 1 Box 3653, MO 63955-9722, (573) 354-2636
Larry Edwards, Sr., 154 GreeNE Road 435, Marmaduke, AR 72443-8581, (870) 323-3446
Tracy Hodo, Rt 1 Box 1910, Doniphan, MO 63953-9737, (573) 660-3306
PARK HILLS
Bethesda Landmark, 104 5th St, MO 63601-2359
Alan Dane, Jr., 531 S Spruce St, Bonne Terre, MO 63628-1847, (573) 358-2706
Barbara Sue Marlar, 15 Ash St, Bonne Terre, MO 63628-1001, (573) 358-5707
POPLAR BLUFF
Black Creek, 57 Peach Ct, MO 63841-1283
Troy Sisk, 15757 County Road 624, Dexter, MO 63841-8903, (573) 421-2396
Ashley Sisk, 57 Peach Ct, Dexter, MO 63841-1283, (573) 614-2500
Emmanuel, 61 County Road 4705, MO 63901-6689
C/O Jacqueline Baker, 61 County Road 4705, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-6689, (573) 686-
327
0076
Jacqueline Baker, 61 County Road 4705, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-6689, (573) 686-0076
Mount Zion, 1600 S 11th St, MO 63901-6432, (573) 785-1792
Matt Johnson, 601 Perry, Dexter, MO 63841-2816, (870) 703-3784
Janice Winters, 3401 Township LiNE Rd, Poplar Bluff, MO 63901-1519, (573) 785-2640
POTOSI
Bates Creek, 10061 Mayhew Rd, MO 63664-8393
J. C. Huddleston, 603 Nicholson Dr, Potosi, MO 63664-1126, (573) 438-6171
Gail Rasnic, 10061 Mayhew Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-8393, (573) 438-2063
Breton Creek, PO Box 305, MO 63664-0305, (573) 438-1072
Don Burke, 704 Valley Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-2008, (573) 438-8899
Kathy Akers, 509 Raymond St, Potosi, MO 63664-1536, (573) 438-3591
Fellowship, PO Box 291, MO 63664-0291, (573) 436-8808
Michael D. Jarvis, 900 Wolfe St, Potosi, MO 63664-2010, (573) 436-1077
Diana Brand, PO Box 291, Potosi, MO 63664-0291, (573) 438-5970
First, 10479 State Highway P, MO 63664-3181, (573) 438-2389
C/O James Simpson, 10165 Weber Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-8375, (573) 438-2400
James Simpson, 10165 Weber Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-8375, (573) 438-2400
Lakewood, 10013 Nestor Rd, MO 63664-5666, (573) 438-8812
Alva Enloe, Sr., 222 Sewell St, Sullivan, MO 63080-2024, (573) 468-4239
Fredia C Wilson, 10013 Nestor Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-5666, (573) 779-3393
Mission Ridge, 17472 State Highway P, MO 63664-9293
C/O Dianna Yount, 17472 State Highway P, Potosi, MO 63664-9293, (573) 438-2263
Dianna J. Yount, 17472 State Highway P, Potosi, MO 63664-9293, (573) 438-2263
Ozark Heights, 15698 S State Highway 21, MO 63664-3030, (573) 779-3763
Brian Meade, 15698 S State Highway 21, Potosi, MO 63664-3030, (573) 779-3763
Loretta Wilkinson, 12628 Delbridge Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-3074, (573) 438-2289
White Oak Grove, 305-A E High St, MO 63664-1924, (573) 438-2724
Jeff Richards, Interim, 287 Crescent Lake Rd, St Clair, MO 63077-1920, (636) 629-6280
Janice Coleman-Eye, 305-A E High St, Potosi, MO 63664-1924, (573) 210-7428
POTTERSVILLE
First Missionary, 9415 County Road 7670, MO 65790-9666
James Pool, RR 1 Box 3100, Dora, MO 65637-9404, (417) 261-2257
Michelle Jackson, 632 State Route Kk, Pottersville, MO 65790-9630
PUXICO
Providence, 6485 State Highway J, MO 63960-8206
Larry Tucker, 2109 State Highway FF, Sikeston, MO 63801-8650, (573) 471-7922
Tammy Wheetley, 6485 State Highway J, Puxico, MO 63960-8206
QULIN
Black River, 281 County Road 2021, MO 63961-8250
Brian Whitlock, 664 Highway CC, Broseley, MO 63932-8139, (513) 712-6649
Krissey L Whitlock, 664 Highway CC, Broseley, MO 63932-8139, (513) 712-6648
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RAYMORE
Cornerstone, PO Box 733, MO 64083-0733, (816) 318-0116
Chris Aery, Interim, PO Box 733, Raymore, MO 64083-0733
Barbara Adams, 1708 Stasi Ave, Raymore, MO 64083-8131, (816) 803-4368
SALEM
Mount Olive, 2467 W Highway 32, MO 65560-6365, (573) 729-7646
Ray Thurman, 11095 Allen Rd, Potosi, MO 63664-3124, (573) 438-2195
Norma Neely, 2467 W Highway 32, Salem, MO 65560-6365, (573) 729-6412
SIKESTON
Bethel, PO Box 932, MO 63801-0932, (573) 471-3750
Jerry Adams, 2008 Indiana Ave, Sikeston, MO 63801-3724, (573) 472-1892
Tanya Hutton, 222 W Murray Lane, Sikeston, MO 63801-4517, (573) 703-4966
Emmanuel, PO Box 1325, MO 63801-1325, (573) 471-7687
Jason Redden, 840 Kings Highway, New Madrid, MO 63869-1109, (573) 521-7325
Jan Davis, 220 Depro Ave, Sikeston, MO 63801-9370, (573) 380-6810
SMITHVILLE
North Lake Mission, PO Box 704, MO 64089-0704, (816) 866-4646
Jamie Jones, 5155 County Road KK, Smithville, MO 64089-8653, (816) 769-4992
Rebekah Jones, 5155 County Road KK, Smithville, MO 64089-8653
SPRINGFIELD
Grandview, 3504 E State Highway AA, MO 65803-5821, (417) 833-3620
Gary Longstaff, 729 W Beverly Hills Dr, Springfield, MO 65803-5560, (417) 833-4806
Rhonda Meador, 3854 N Fr 165, Springfield, MO 65803-8037, (417) 833-2653
Palmer Heights, 913 N Farmer Ave, MO 65802-1611, (417) 831-0161
Marty Thompson, 22 Route Y, Arcola, MO 65603-7700
Lisa Thompson, 22 Route Y, Arcola, MO 65603-7700
ST CHARLES
Faith, 2310 Muegge Rd, MO 63303-3152, (636) 940-8880
Justin Arender, 2310 Muegge Rd, St Charles, MO 63303-3152, (636) 697-1037
Carol Slattery, 740 Mayer Dr, St Charles, MO 63301-1511, (636) 946-1296
ST CLAIR
Friendship Landmark, 630 N Commercial Ave, MO 63077-1104, (636) 629-1180
Johnny R. Dover, 1789 Peacock Rd, St Clair, MO 63077-1812, (314) 550-0656
Diana Tesar, 1116 Peacock Rd, St Clair, MO 63077-1801, (636) 629-5221
ST LOUIS
Bethany, 11211 Midland Blvd, MO 63114-1116, (314) 429-2195
James E. Hoffman, 11229 Midland Blvd, St Louis, MO 63114-1116, (314) 429-0714
Pam Viehland, 11211 Midland Blvd, St Louis, MO 63114-1116, (314) 429-2195
Emmanuel, 405 Hoffmeister Ave, MO 63125-1630, (314) 631-2213
David E. Griggs, 405 Hoffmeister Ave, St Louis, MO 63125-1630, (314) 631-2213
Barbara Williams, 10245 Schuessler Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63128-3234, (314) 843-8311
Zion, 3485 Baumgartner Rd, MO 63129-4004, (314) 846-1867
Dennis Baker, 5146 Darkmoor Lane, Imperial, MO 63052-3031, (636) 461-1625
Connie Reifsteck, PO Box 190496, St Louis, MO 63119-6496, (314) 832-6245
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STEELVILLE
Straightway, PO Box 535, MO 65565-0535, (573) 775-2433
Mike Cooper, PO Box 1533, Steelville, MO 65565-1533, (573) 775-4441
Jane Richardson, PO Box 398, Steelville, MO 65565-0398, (573) 775-5678
SULLIVAN
Cave Springs, PO Box 3024, MO 63056-3024, (573) 860-4847
Brian Dixon, 3274 Lollar Branch Rd, Sullivan, MO 63080-4053, (573) 927-7040
Susan E Scott, PO Box 3024, Leslie, MO 63056-3024, (573) 520-0580
New Testament, PO Box 578, MO 63080-0578, (573) 468-3334
Charles Idleman, PO Box 76, Sullivan, MO 63080-0076, (573) 468-3345
Carmen Briggs, 3111 Sleepy Hollow Rd, Sullivan, MO 63080-4253, (573) 468-4656
UNION
Central, 730 S Highway 47, MO 63084-2412, (636) 583-2953
Joe Sikes, 775 Kenny St, Saint Clair, MO 63077-1504, (636) 629-1991
Gordon L. Chitwood, 730 S Highway 47, Saint Clair, MO 63077-4568, (636) 584-3905
Moselle, 2601 Highway Ah, MO 63084-4729, (636) 629-8036
Larry E. Sikes, PO Box 532, St Clair, MO 63077-0532, (636) 629-6244
Wilma Wideman, 2169 Denmark Rd, Union, MO 63084-4435, (636) 583-3083
ZALMA
Zalma, HC 2 Box 379, MO 63787-9610
Dale G. Fish, HC 2 Box 379, Zalma, MO 63787-9610, (573) 722-3449
Judy Fish, HC 2 Box 379, Zalma, MO 63787-9610, (573) 722-3449
MONTANA
STEVENSVILLE
Life Way, PO Box 490, Mt, 59870-0490, (406) 777-3570
C/O Nanette Andrews, 4425 Pony Rd, Stevensville, MT 59870-6261, (406) 777-3251
Nanette Andrews, 4425 Pony Rd, Stevensville, MT 59870-6261, (406) 777-3251
NEVADA
LAS VEGAS
Lamb Boulevard, 6495 Cedar Breaks Ave, NV 89156-7518, (702) 452-9146
Harold Hamilton, 6495 Cedar Breaks Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89156-7518, (702) 437-1033
Patricia Butler-Brown, 867 N Lamb Blvd Spc 22, Las Vegas, NV 89110-2313, (702) 9825921
NEW JERSEY
BLACKWOOD
First, PO Box 254, NJ 08012-0254, (856) 228-0020
David L. McMurray, PO Box 254, Blackwood, NJ 08012-0254, (856) 228-0988
Laura Dolhansley, PO Box 254, Blackwood, NJ 08012-0254
FORDS
Grace, 811 King Georges Rd, NJ 08863-1961, (732) 738-1421
Curtis L. Murray, 2 Conerly Rd, Somerset, NJ 08873-2302, (732) 846-7256
Joann Murray, 2 Conerly Rd, Somerset, NJ 08873-2302
ALBUQUERQUE
NEW MEXICO
330
All Nations Indian, 3010 23rd Ave SE, NM 87124-1620, (575) 899-5108
Ray Perry, 5701 Equestrian Ct NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120-2216, (505) 899-8931
Vina Yazzie, 3010 23rd Ave SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124-1620
8161
Neighborhood Mercy Church Mission, 3015 Datum St SW, NM 87121-5397, (505) 803Anthony Pennington, 3015 Datum St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121-5397, (806) 223-8161
Mary Pennington, 3015 Datum St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121-5397, (505) 312-8551
ARTESIA
Calvary, 711 W Washington Ave, NM 88210-2361, (575) 746-2694
Rick Smith, 707 W Washington Ave, Artesia, NM 88210-2361, (903) 746-2694
Judy Ramsey, 443 Anita Rd, Lake Arthur, NM 88253-9602, (575) 365-5688
Victory, 1602 W Washington Ave Ste 100, NM 88210-1761, (575) 746-7473
Michael A. Maurer, 1602 W Washington Ave, Artesia, NM 88210-1761, (575) 748-3966
Gloria Maurer, 1602 W Washington Ave, Artesia, NM 88210-1761, (575) 748-3966
CLOVIS
Oak Street, 1217 N Oak St, NM 88101-6146
Kenneth Dunsworth, 609 S Avenue E, Portales, NM 88130-6441, (575) 356-4794
Nadine Anson, 1014 E 7th St, Clovis, NM 88101-6818, (575) 763-7048
HOBBS
Northern Heights, 720 W Church St, NM 88242-9736, (575) 392-5250
Keenan Witcher, 720 W Church St, Hobbs, NM 88242-9736, (575) 392-5250
Shirley Baird, 336 E Cherokee Dr, Hobbs, NM 88240-9304, (575) 492-1387
LAS CRUCES
Hacienda, 5506 Hacienda Ave, NM 88011-6936, (575) 373-9441
C/O Florence Schrader, 105 W Ethel Ave, Las Cruces, NM 88005-1713, (575) 382-5775
Florence Schrader, 105 W Ethel Ave, Las Cruces, NM 88005-1713, (575) 524-0659
NEWCOMB
Newcomb, PO Box 1442, CO 81321-1442, (970) 739-6288
Jason Walters, PO Box 1442, Cortez, CO 81321-1442, (970) 739-6288
Tammy Walters, PO Box 1442, Cortez, CO 81321-1442
NEW YORK
COHOES
Heritage, 50 St Ritas Lane, NY 12047-4522, (518) 506-2993
Steve Kuiper, 50 St Ritas Lane, Cohoes, NY 12047-4522, (518) 506-2993
Carla Clark, 50 St Ritas Lane, Cohoes, NY 12047-4522, (518) 506-2993
OHIO
HOLLAND
First Missionary, 1129 Clark St, OH 43528-8766, (419) 865-6235
Bill Milton, 1733 Vosper Ct, Toledo, OH 43614-1959, (419) 389-0863
Gwenn Partin, 6924 Wharton Dr, Holland, OH 43528-9657, LEWISTOWN
Hope Harbor Mission, 7817 Park Dr, OH 43348-9646
Fred Albert, 7817 Park Dr, Russells Point, Oh, 43348-9646, (937) 843-6919
Kandy Bailey, 505 Lincoln Blvd, Russels Point, Oh, 43348-9547
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OKLAHOMA
ADA
College Heights, 925 E 7th St, OK 74820-4001, (580) 332-2661
Bill Sluder, 925 E 7th St, Ada, OK 74820-4001, (580) 332-2661
Pat Anderson, 725 W 21st St, Ada, OK 74820-8015, (580) 421-6556
ALEX
First, PO Box 7, OK 73002-0007
Bobby Ayres, PO Box 7, Alex, OK 73002-2637, (580) 788-4687
Church Clerk, PO Box 7, Alex, OK 73002-2637
ALLEN
Rocky Point, 28405 County Road 1600, OK 74572-5020, (580) 889-1547
Steve J. Henry, 350 W Mt Carmel Rd, Caney, OK 74535-2417
Donald R. Brooks, RR 1 Box 276, Allen, OK 74825-9735, (580) 265-9337
ARDMORE
New Heights, PO Box 5171, OK 73403-5171, (580) 220-7534
David D. Dawson, 836 Bethel Rd, Ardmore, OK 73401-7499, (580) 504-5334
Emaline Roberts, 411 10th Ave NW, Ardmore, OK 73401-5823, (580) 220-7534
ATOKA
High Hill, 191 High Hill Church Rd, OK 74525-7306, (580) 889-2594
Ryan Meadows, 760 S Katy Rd, Atoka, OK 74525-7311, (580) 364-6515
Sherri Meadows, 760 S Katy Rd, Atoka, OK 74525-7311, (580) 364-4690
BETHANY
Peniel, 6600 NW 30th St, OK 73008-4042
Mark Hamilton, 218 N Maryella Ter, Mustang, OK 73064-4509
Church Clerk, 6600 NW 30th St, Bethany, OK 73008-4042
BLANCHARD
Pleasant Hill, PO Box 238, OK 73010-0238, (405) 485-3584
C/O Shirley Southard, 26746 County Line Ave, Blanchard, OK 73010-3326, (405) 4852781
Shirley Southard, 26746 County Line Ave, Blanchard, OK 73010-3326, (405) 485-2781
CATOOSA
Pine Street, PO Box 803, OK 74015-0803, (918) 266-1972
Ron Pugh, 2503 Hayes St, Muskogee, OK 74403-3834, (918) 683-5974
Mickey Westbrook, 7020 S 232nd East Ave, Broken Arrow, OK 74014-2131, (918) 3571801
CHICKASHA
Faith, 719 County Road 1350, OK 73018-8018, (405) 224-7989
C/O Rose Marie Crumm, 1328 S 11th St, Chickasha, OK 73018-4321, (405) 224-0721
Rose Marie Crumm, 1328 S 11th St, Chickasha, OK 73018-4321, (405) 224-0721
5435
First Missionary, 1401 S 12th St, OK 73018-5617, (405) 222-5435
Wayne D. Cunningham, 2768 County St 2780, Chickasha, OK 73018-8135, (405) 222-
Pleasant Hill, PO Box 277, OK 73023-0277, (405) 222-3403
Eddie Cox, PO Box 277, Chickasha, OK 73023-0277, (405) 224-4843
Gayle Cunningham, 2768 County St 2780, Chickasha, OK 73018-8135, (405) 222-5435
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Lavonn Blalock, PO Box 277, Chickasha, OK 73023-0277, (580) 464-3367
COALGATE
Coalgate, PO Box 227, OK 74538-0227, (580) 927-3306
Larry D. Rose, PO Box 42, Stringtown, OK 74569-0042
Shelby J. Stephens, RR 4 Box 1950, Coalgate, OK 74538-9676, (580) 927-3306
ELMORE CITY
Satterwhite, 26446 E County Road 1690, OK 73433-8804
C/O Jeanetta Tillery, PO Box 174, Elmore City, OK 73433-0174, (580) 788-2292
Jeanetta Tillery, PO Box 174, Elmore City, OK 73433-0174, (580) 788-2292
FILLMORE
Fillmore, PO Box 226, OK 73432-0226, (580) 380-8570
Mike Horath, PO Box 133, Coleman, OK 73432-0133, (580) 380-6769
Sondra Horath, PO Box 133, Coleman, OK 73432-0133, (580) 380-8570
GERTY
Harmony, 3659 Highway 48, OK 74848-6011, (405) 379-6002
David Wilbanks, 7689 E 151 Rd, Calvin, OK 74531-5062, (580) 892-3202
Peggy Tatum, 3659 Highway 48, Holdenville, OK 74848-6011, (405) 509-0242
HOWE
First Missionary, PO Box 222, OK 74940-0222, (918) 658-3993
Samuel James Reddin, PO Box 222, Howe, OK 74940-0222, (501) 733-9650
Darlene Thompson, 11287 Mode Lane, Poteau, OK 74953-7484, (918) 658-2339
JAY
Plainview, 16740 E 430 Rd, OK 74346-3671
Conley Chesney, PO Box 226, Colcord, OK 74338-0226, (918) 326-0334
Betty Bowles, 16740 E 430 Rd, Jay, OK 74346-3671, (918) 253-4661
LEEDEY
Moorewood, 8789 N 2043 Rd, OK 73654-6206, (580) 488-3803
Richard D. Hughes, 9030 Highway 34, Hammon, OK 73650-5060, (580) 473-2716
Darla Britton, 20713 E 890 Rd, Leedey, OK 73654-6011, (580) 488-3583
LINDSAY
Lindsay Missionary, 903 S Main St, OK 73052-7429, (405) 756-2414
C/O Faye Mitchell, 201 SW 11th St, Lindsay, OK 73052-5005, (405) 756-2947
Faye Mitchell, 201 SW 11th St, Lindsay, OK 73052-5005, (405) 756-2947
MC ALESTER
Shady Grove, 106 Shady Grove Rd, OK 74501-8327, (918) 426-2830
Gene Hankins, 366 Shady Grove Rd, Mcalester, OK 74501-8785, (405) 320-8888
Church Clerk, 106 Shady Grove Rd, Mcalester, OK 74501-8327
MIDWEST CITY
Highland Park, PO Box 10778, OK 73140-1778, (405) 737-0390
Jesse R. Spurlock, 305 W Jarman Dr, Midwest City, OK 73110-4424, (405) 733-5434
Lelia M Spurlock, 305 W Jarman Dr, Midwest City, OK 73110-4424, (405) 733-5434
MOORE
Southgate, 740 SW 4th St, OK 73160-2478, (405) 794-6646
Doug Brewer, 15200 Meadow Creek Lane, Oklahoma City, OK 73165-7232, (405) 794-
333
7072
Church Clerk, 740 SW 4th St, Moore, OK 73160-2478
MUSKOGEE
Ash Street, 1521 E Ash St, OK 74403-2002, (918) 687-5383
Greg Cox, 616 Cardinal Rd, Muskogee, OK 74403-8599, (918) 230-3332
Kathy Kennedy, 905 N Utah St, Muskogee, OK 74403-3122, (918) 441-5261
NEWCASTLE
Calvary, PO Box 1444, OK 73065-1444, (405) 387-5535
Danny Barnwell, 204 Edde Lane, Newcastle, OK 73065-5538, (580) 747-7197
Doris Brandenburg, PO Box 1256, Tuttle, OK 73089-1256, (405) 381-0928
NORMAN
New Generation Baptist Mission, PO Box 238, OK 73010-0238, (405) 760-9839
Steve Puckett, PO Box 238, Blanchard, OK 73010-0238, (405) 570-8325
OKLAHOMA CITY
New Heights, 1414 SW 119th St, OK 73170-4904, (405) 735-9541
Kevin Bowen, 9601 Honeysuckle Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73159-6870, (405) 692-4789
Stella Ruth Craft, 6600 S Douglas Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73139-1329, (405) 632-1879
Trucking In Christ Mission, 25490 County Line Ave, OK 73010-3323, (405) 485-3087
Barry McLead, 25490 County Line Ave, Blanchard, OK 73010-3323, (405) 485-3087
PRYOR
Our Oasis, 865 SE 22nd St, OK 74361-8721, (918) 803-1763
C/O Brenda Weller, 808 SE 11th, Pryor, OK 74361-7202, (918) 825-6379
Brenda Weller, 808 SE 11th, Pryor, OK 74361-7202, (918) 825-6379
PURCELL
Sunray, 2223 N 9th Ave, OK 73080-1740, (405) 527-6808
Dennis Clark, 714 W Main St, Purcell, OK 73080-4006, (405) 527-2510
Pam Kyzer, 846 W Apache St, Purcell, OK 73080-5016, (405) 527-3871
ROFF
Sunshine, 26315 County Road 3540, OK 74865-3501, (918) 207-5402
Wayne Edgar, 365 Shepherd Hills Rd, Sulphur, OK 73086-8997, (580) 622-3877
Sheila Kraemer, 6401 Windridge Pl, Lexington, OK 73051-9479, (405) 323-3454
ROLAND
First, PO Box 855, OK 74954-0855, (918) 427-6062
C/O Dennis Wood, PO Box 83, Roland, OK 74954-0083, (918) 427-5832
Dennis Wood, PO Box 83, Roland, OK 74954-0083, (918) 427-5832
SAND SPRINGS
Delaware, 6808 N Highway 97, OK 74063-8219, (918) 241-3873
Tim Darrow, 1203 N Mckinley Ave, Sand Springs, OK 74063-7727, (918) 894-9375
Sherry Pearson, 12311 Rock School Rd, SkiatoOK OK 74070-6467, (918) 241-3873
SAPULPA
Emmanuel, PO Box 2006, OK 74066-2006, (918) 224-1172
Mark Nicholson, 20900 S 223rd Rd, Henryetta, OK 74437-7546, (918) 550-9963
Cherrie Nicholson, 20900 S 223rd Rd, Henryetta, OK 74437-7546, (918) 550-9962
334
Southern Hills, PO Box 151, OK 74066-0151, (918) 224-7358
Richard Matthews, 309 S Hawthorn St, Sapulpa, OK 74066-3837, (918) 260-0273
Van Mantooth, 9709 Frankoma Rd, Sapulpa, OK 74066-8313, (918) 224-1336
STRINGTOWN
Mount Olive, PO Box 114, OK 74569-0114, (580) 378-2107
Bartt Bradford, 5380 High Hill Rd, Mcalester, OK 74501-7831, (918) 302-0409
Sherri Parsons, 1155 E Thompson Rd, Stringtown, OK 74569-9025, (580) 378-2107
SULPHUR
Dolberg, 2 E Norma Ave, OK 73086-2835
Clayton Edgar, 1017 Ash Dr, Sulphur, OK 73086-1215, (580) 618-6199
Anita Carr, 2 E Norma Ave, Sulphur, OK 73086-2835, (580) 622-2725
TULSA
Bethany, 211 W 18th St, OK 74055-4640, (918) 695-5336
David Langley, 211 W 18th St, Owasso, OK 74055-4640, (918) 695-5336
Sarah E. Jones, 306 E 19th St, Owasso, OK 74055-4612, (918) 272-1627
Eastside, 53951 S 510 Rd, OK 74364-1137, (918) 437-2157
C/O Sonny Bullett, 53951 S 510 Rd, Rose, OK 74364-1137, (918) 809-3032
Darlene Bullett, 53951 S 510 Rd, Rose, OK 74364-1137, (918) 809-3637
WAYNE
3732
Unity, 25035 State Highway 59, OK 73095-3300
Randy S. Rhea, 40156 E County Road 1631, Wynnewood, OK 73098-9582, (501) 339Ruth Kelly, 302 4th St, Maysville, OK 73057-1007, (405) 867-4896
WESTVILLE
Old Baptist Missionary, RR 1 Box 421, OK 74965-9751, (918) 723-5967
Tim Bailey, 66039 S 4760 Rd, Westville, OK 74965-5239
Sherrie Williams, Rt 2 Box 619, Westville, OK 74965-5289, (918) 723-5611
WYNNEWOOD
Eastern Gate, PO Box 137, OK 73098-0137, (405) 665-5398
Lloyd Christenson, PO Box 137, Wynnewood, OK 73098-0137, (405) 227-1683
Carolyn Davis, 23087 N County Road 3310, Wynnewood, OK 73098-9273, (405) 6659921
Hillcrest, PO Box 546, OK 73098-0546, (405) 665-2525
Dale Ruggles, PO Box 546, Wynnewood, OK 73098-0546, (405) 665-4071
Donna Wright, 31411 E County Road 1660, Wynnewood, OK 73098-9395
OREGON
EUGENE
New Hope, 2030 Wisconsin St, Or, 97402-1026, (541) 895-5816
Clinton Purdue, 669 Creswood Dr, Creswell, OR 97426-9886, (541) 895-5816
Crystal Perdue, 669 Creswood Dr, Creswell, OR 97426-9886, (541) 895-5816
PORTLAND
Heritage, 5527 SE Jenne Rd, Or, 97236-1636, (503) 661-7894
Bob Nakamura, 985 SE 10th Cir, Troutdale, OR 97060-3209, (503) 661-6084
Gail Parsons, 1943 SE 154th Ave, Portland, OR 97233-3365, (503) 255-3713
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SALEM
Mount Olive, 2325 4th St NE, OR 97303-6729, (503) 363-7265
Robert L. Hornaday, 1240 Columbia St NE, Salem, Or, 97303-5111, (503) 363-7265
Shelly Bernier, 1102 Drift Creek Rd SE Silverton, Or, 97385-9669, (503) 874-9232
SWEET HOME
Mount Calvary, PO Box 491, OR 97386-0491
Pete Taraski, 1789 Cedar St, Sweet Home, OR 97386-2628, (936) 522-0033
Doris Sitton, 1321 Sunset Ln Apt B1, Sweet Home, OR 97386-1378, (541) 367-3529
CAYEY
PUERTO RICO
Iglesia Sin Paredes De Cayey, PO Box 372515, PR 00737-2515, (787) 406-6464
Alfredo 'Freddy' Didier, PO Box 372515, Cayey, PR 00737-2515, (787) 406-6464
Norma Rodriguez, PO Box 372515, Cayey, PR 00737-2515, (787) 738-5458
COAMO
Iglesia Sin Paredes De Coamo Mission, PO Box 1348, PR 00785-1348
Angel De Jesus, Urb. Valle Arriba, Calle Yagrumo, A-2, Coamo, PR 00769-, (787) 8250264
Church Clerk, Urb. Valle Arriba, Calle Yagrumo, A-2, Coamo, PR 00769
GUAYAMA
Iglesia Sin Paredes, PO Box 1348, PR 00785-1348, (787) 866-7777
Carlos Pacheco, PO Box 1348, Guayama, PR 00785-1348
Beatriz Castillo Zayas, Urb Rex Manor, Calle 5, C-13, Guayama, PR 00784-, (787) 8647202
JUANA DIAZ
Iglesia Bautista El Mesias, HC-5 Box 5769, PR 00795-9722
Victor Morales, Marquez, HC-5 Box 5769, Juana Diaz, PR 00795-9722, (939) 286-5524
Maria Mercedes Rios Mercados, PO Box 1641, Juana Diaz, PR 00795-4641, MAYAGÜEZ
Iglesia Sin Paredes De Mayagüez, PO Box 372515, PR 00737-2515
Pablo Ortiz, PO Box 372515, Cayey, PR 00737-2515, (787) 479-6460
SALINAS
Iglesia Sin Paredes De Salinas, PO Box 1053, PR 00751-1053
Juan Ramon Rivera Ayala, PO Box 1053, Salinas, PR 00751-1053, (787) 432-0187
Isabelita Santiago, PO Box 1053, Salinas, PR 00751-1053, (787) 824-2790
TENNESSEE
BARTLETT
Crystal Springs, 6740 St Elmo Rd, TN 38135-9470, (901) 372-0246
Danny Linville, 7416 S Beaman Cir #307, Cordova, TN 38016-3649, (901) 590-7898
Janet Wyse, 311 Anita Dr, Atoka, TN 38004-7142, (901) 837-0374
CLEVELAND
Philadelphia, 910 30th St SE, TN 37323-0431, (423) 479-7849
C/O Charles Edward Ruth, 363 Parkwood Dr NE, Cleveland, TN 37323-5209, (423) 4797849
Church Clerk, 910 30th St SE, Cleveland, TN 37323-0431
KNOXVILLE
336
Shannondale, 5208 Villa Rd, TN 37918-3658, (865) 689-3339
Greg Raines, 6621 E Emory Rd, Knoxville, TN 37918-3330, (865) 922-5190
Sharon Largent, 4039 Longwood Dr, Knoxville, TN 37918-3574, Sixth Avenue, 1129 N 6th Ave, TN 37917-6754, (865) 524-8680
C/O Julia Burnett, 8033 Bell Rd, Knoxville, TN 37938-3000, (865) 922-8050
Julia Burnett, 8033 Bell Rd, Knoxville, TN 37938-3000, (865) 922-8050
Springhill, 513 Cedar Ave, TN 37917-4208, (865) 524-0102
Clyde C. Lakin, 4721 Mildred Dr, Knoxville, TN 37914-2926, (865) 524-0102
Rick Ferguson, 1910 Martha Berry Dr, Knoxville, TN 37918-3726, (865) 689-7774
Walridge, PO Box 12596, TN 37912-0596, (865) 522-4233
Charles V. Whitson, 7105 Ridgeview Dr, Corryton, TN 37721-3919, (865) 687-0414
Sharon Coppinger, 7316 Hallbrook Rd, Knoxville, TN 37918-9452
MEMPHIS
Cornerstone Institutional, 7641 Mineral Crest Dr N, TN 38125-4765, (901) 751-0333
Brodie I. Johnson, 7641 Mineral Crest Dr N, Memphis, TN 38125-4765, (901) 755-4820
Barbara B Herbert, 7641 Mineral Crest Dr N, Memphis, TN 38115-5912
Liberty Memorial, 4170 Riverdale Rd, TN 38115-5391, (901) 755-8660
Jake Cooper, 8589 Bell Brook Dr, Olive Branch, MS 38654-6228, (901) 490-9991
Angie Champion, 10086 Curtis Dr, Olive Branch, MS 38654-1848, (901) 489-4882
MUNFORD
First, PO Box X, TN 38058-1923, (901) 837-1559
C/O Winnie Simmons, 6497 Campground Rd, Munford, TN 38058-3444, (901) 837-8443
Winnie Simmons, 6497 Campground Rd, Munford, TN 38058-3444, (901) 837-8443
STRAWBERRY PLAINS
New Found, 601 Atchley Lane, TN 37871-1494
Bill La Roy, 2211 Howard St, Knoxville, TN 37917-4710, (865) 637-6041
Kim Coleman, 2301 Coker Ave, Knoxville, TN 37917-3953, (865) 414-9899
TEXAS
ABILENE
Centro De Vida Mission, 1442 Yorktown Dr, TX 79603-1453
Oscar Alfaro, 1442 Yorktown Dr, Abilene, TX 79603-1453, (325) 676-4307
Church Clerk, 1442 Yorktown Dr, Abilene, TX 79603-1453
Southern Hills, 1741 Edgemont Dr, TX 79602-6711
Gary L. Lawrence, 6247 Summerhill Rd Unit B, Abilene, TX 79601-9335, (817) 913-3584
Lenora Hernandez, 6247 Summerhill Rd, Abilene, TX 79601-9335, (325) 677-8858
ALBA
Pilgrim Rest #2, PO Box 99, TX 75444-0099, (903) 768-2653
Craig Kearby, 205 FM 1643, Winnsboro, TX 75494-5599, (903) 967-2142
Sue Reed, PO Box 63, Golden, TX 75444-0063, (903) 768-2379
ALLEN
Journey Community Mission, 1712 Grand Canyon Way, TX 75002-8396, (972) 678-0277
Cecil Linke, Jr, 1712 Grand Canyon Way, Allen, TX 75002-8396, (972) 678-0277
Church Clerk, 1712 Grand Canyon Way, Allen, TX 75002-8396
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AMARILLO
Calvary, 1300 E Central Ave, TX 79108-4708, (806) 383-2619
Hershel L. Smith, 111 N Front St, Lelia Lake, TX 79240-1902, (806) 874-9222
Barbara Frisbie, PO Box 93, Fritch, TX 79036-0093, (806) 857-2048
Celebration, 5612 Tranquil Cir, TX 79109-5825, (806) 359-3025
C/O Malinda Patrick, 5612 Tranquil Cir, Amarillo, TX 79109-5825, (806) 359-3025
Malinda Patrick, 5612 Tranquil Cir, Amarillo, TX 79109-5825, (806) 359-3025
Cornerstone, 2511 Paramount Blvd Unit C4, TX 79109-1749, (806) 352-2011
Don Speedy, 1915 Cherry St, Amarillo, TX 79106-4509, (806) 352-0263
Charla Williams, 6612 Roxton, Amarillo, TX 79109-5040, (806) 352-0846
Forest Hill, PO Box 5900, TX 79117-5900, (806) 383-5593
Walter D. Ellis, 5404 NE 24th Ave, Amarillo, TX 79107-7541, (806) 383-5960
Janie Castro, 3209 Hodges St, Amarillo, TX 79103-7323, (806) 376-8757
Green Tree Baptist Fellowship, 3301 Tyndale, TX 79118-5052, (806) 236-1899
Joshua Kamau-Njenga, 3301 Tyndale, Amarillo, TX 79118-5052, (806) 236-1899
Lucy Kamau, 3301 Tyndale, Amarillo, TX 79118-5052, (806) 584-5498
ANSON
Northside, PO Box 229, TX 79501-0229, (325) 823-2131
Alton Hughes, 5906 FM 600 S, Abilene, TX 79601-9134, (325) 228-4407
Jimmie Hughes, 5906 FM 600 S, Abilene, TX 79601-9134, (325) 228-4407
ARLINGTON
Calvary, 2101 S Davis Dr, TX 76013-6262, (817) 275-7941
Jerry L. Phillips, 2101 S Davis Dr, Arlington, TX 76013-6262, (469) 964-4600
Peggy Kennedy, 1008 W Tucker Blvd, Arlington, TX 76013-5109, (817) 261-8377
Oasis, 1211 E Sublett Rd, TX 76018-2801, (817) 557-1133
Jeremy Franklin, 6315 Branch Hollow Lane, Arlington, TX 76001-5602, (817) 557-1133
Cynthia Tatlock, 6611 W Lynn Creek Dr, Arlington, TX 76001-7487, (817) 557-1133
ARP
Omen, 17912 County Road 285, TX 75750-5002
Scotty Short, 16849 County Road 223, Arp, TX 75750-9799, (903) 565-9081
Mary Reynolds, 18291 County Road 2106, Arp, TX 75750-5007, (903) 859-9173
ASPERMONT
Central, PO Box 517, TX 79502-0517, (940) 989-3172
Robby Harris, PO Box 517, Aspermont, TX 79502-0517, (940) 988-3172
Mittie Dunham, 5801 FM 1835, Old Glory, TX 79540-2301, (940) 989-2816
ATHENS
Bethel, 107 Aaron St, TX 75751-2205
J. R. Pruett, 10488 State Highway 31 W, Malakoff, TX 75148-6939, (903) 675-8954
Elsie Smith, 311 Mitchell St, Athens, TX 75751-2711, First Of Cross Roads, 9274 FM 59, TX 75751-8148, (903) 489-0625
Frank Upchurch, 11843 County Road 1200, Malakoff, TX 75148-7713, (903) 489-3643
Anita Sifford, 9274 FM 59, Athens, TX 75751-8148, (903) 677-1819
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Highland Hills, 906 Church St, TX 75751-3502, (903) 675-2445
Larry Ashley, 119 W Cayuga Dr, Athens, TX 75751-3201, (903) 675-7644
Alphinell Berry, 113 Waverly Way, Athens, TX 75752-6360, (903) 675-4246
AVALON
First, PO Box 206, TX 76623-0206
Cleve Clark, 4801 FM 877, Waxahachie, TX 75165-8817, (214) 533-4340
Denise Wimbish, PO Box 460, Avalon, TX 76623-0460, (972) 627-3266
BARDWELL
Bardwell, PO Box 67, TX 75101-0067, (972) 268-5002
Kevin L. Lewis, 612 Union Hill Rd, Ennis, TX 75119-0297, (972) 268-2005
Dale Brewer, 1100 S Paris St, Ennis, TX 75119-6617, (972) 875-5215
BECKVILLE
First, PO Box 329, TX 75631-0329, (903) 678-3769
Ray Holland, PO Box 329, Beckville, TX 75631-0329, (601) 597-2354
Barbara Johnson, 611 W Sabine St, Carthage, TX 75633-2425, (903) 658-3400
BEN WHEELER
Grace, 800 VZ County Road 4810, TX 75754-5352, (903) 852-6883
Tommy Weems, Interim, 514 Susie St, Chandler, TX 75758-2324, (903) 219-7780
Rose Wilson, 12712 Morningside Dr, Tyler, TX 75704-7826, (903) 597-0318
BIG SANDY
Little Mound, PO Box 1387, TX 75644-1387, (903) 725-6603
C/O Audrey Shipp, 10037 FM 1795, Big Sandy, TX 75755-3801, (903) 769-2777
Audrey Shipp, 10037 FM 1795, Big Sandy, TX 75755-3801, (903) 769-2777
BLOOMING GROVE
First, PO Box 289, TX 76626-0289, (903) 695-2593
Grady Cashion, PO Box 289, Blooming Grove, TX 76626-0289, (903) 695-2949
Beth Wallen, 2500 FM 3041, Corsicana, TX 75109-8431, (903) 641-3412
BOWIE
Union Hill, 700 Roberts St, TX 76230-4124
James Kittrell, PO Box 188, Montague, TX 76250-0188, (940) 894-6630
Gracie Wood, 700 Roberts St, Bowie, TX 76230-4124, (940) 872-2773
BRENHAM
Centro De Vida, 505 Clinton St, TX 77833-3728
Bruno Franco, 1004 Seelhorst St, Brenham, TX 77833-4372, (832) 231-5284
Gloria Vela, 609 KeRR St, Brenham, TX 77833-4345, BRIDGE CITY
Circle Drive, PO Box 184, TX 77611-0184, (409) 735-4819
Jack Comer, Jr., 5015 Stately Ct, Orange, TX 77630-8916, (409) 363-1582
Victoria Labauve, PO Box 458, Bridge City, TX 77611-0458, BRONSON
Sandy Creek Missionary, PO Box 147, TX 75930-0147
C/O Church Clerk, PO Box 147, Bronson, TX 75930-0147
Church Clerk, PO Box 147, Bronson, TX 75930-0147
BRONTE
339
Central, PO Box 387, TX 76933-0387, (325) 473-4811
Dale Patterson, PO Box 387, Bronte, TX 76933-0387, (325) 473-4811
Martha Patterson, PO Box 387, Bronte, TX 76933-0387, (325) 473-4811
BROOKELAND
Brookeland, PO Box 41, TX 75931-0041, (409) 698-2865
Gary Harper, 245 Barrow Dr, Brookeland, TX 75931-3443, (409) 698-2275
Denise Smith, 126 Brenda St N, Brookeland, TX 75931-4020
BROWNSBORO
Opelika, 10972 County Road 3520, TX 75756-2540, (903) 469-3305
Richard Fairbanks, 10972 County Road 3520, Brownsboro, TX 75756-2540, (903) 4693305
Peggy Miller, 11431 County Road 3520, Brownsboro, TX 75756-2547, (903) 469-3692
Union Hill, PO Box 316, TX 75756-0316, (903) 852-5043
Chris Driver, PO Box 316, Brownsboro, TX 75756-0316, (903) 286-2061
Church Clerk, PO Box 316, Brownsboro, TX 75756-0316
BRYAN
Beacon, 2001 Villa Maria Rd, TX 77802-2541, (979) 776-1337
Clinton Everitt, 3607 Oak Hill Dr, Bryan, TX 77802-4622, (979) 846-4449
Renda Sexton, 14614 FM 3090, Anderson, TX 77830-7129, (936) 825-2515
BUFFALO
Buffalo Missionary, PO Box 898, TX 75831-0898, (903) 322-2922
Johnny Veretto, PO Box 98, Buffalo, TX 75831-0098, (903) 322-5537
Sandy Langford, 580 US Highway 84 W, Teague, TX 75860-5102, (254) 739-5008
Mount Zion, 17133 FM 832, TX 75831-6211
Richard Dahlgren, 18521 County Road 224, Oakwood, TX 75855-3582, (903) 322-2625
Margaret Waters, 124 Private Road 379, Oakwood, TX 75855-7027, (903) 322-9331
BULLARD
Mount Selman, 47408 Highway 69 N, TX 75757-5547, (903) 586-6217
Michael Bowen, 1616 N Bolton, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5104, (903) 586-6217
Carol A. Wiggins, 780 County Road 3305, Jacksonville, TX 75766-6157, (903) 589-5825
BUNA
Faith Missionary, PO Box 1630, TX 77612-1630, (409) 994-4013
C/O Gene Maddox, PO Box 1630, Buna, TX 77612-1630, (409) 381-1350
Shirley Baxter, PO Box 1630, Buna, TX 77612-1630, Grace, PO Box 1627, TX 77612-1627, (409) 994-2958
Mike Ivey, RR 5 Box 178, Jasper, TX 75951-9218, (409) 383-0533
Ann Bennett, 187 County Road 773, Buna, TX 77612-6485, (409) 994-2108
CANTON
Jackson, PO Box 897, TX 75103-0897, (903) 848-1133
Robert 'Butch' Cunningham, 351 VZ County Road 3207, Wills Point, TX 75147-5815,
(903) 896-1422
Deborah Cunningham, 351 VZ County Road 3207, Wills Point, TX 75147-5815, (903)
896-1422
Oak Grove, 1480 S Buffalo St, TX 75103-2704, (903) 567-4859
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0539
0539
Randy Crudgington, 1877 VZ County Road 2512, Canton, TX 75103-8609, (903) 848-
Old Bethel, 446 VZ County Road 2313, TX 75103-4803
Adam Key, 17304 County Road 2854, Eustace, TX 75124-5186, (903) 451-1929
Ashlee Norrell, 446 VZ County Road 2313, Canton, TX 75103-4803, (817) 239-5859
Tundra, 2313 FM 1651, TX 75103-5217, (903) 848-7671
C/O Brenda Gutierrez, 430 FM 316, Mabank, TX 75147-4508, (903) 887-3492
Brenda Gutierrez, 430 FM 316, Mabank, TX 75147-4508, (903) 887-3492
Kimberly Crudgington, 1877 VZ County Road 2512, Canton, TX 75103-8609, (903) 848-
CARLOS
Carlos, PO Box 319, TX 77830-0319
J. J. Wilson, 13700 Fawn Oaks Trl, Iola, TX 77861-4063, (936) 394-8783
Marvinee Hare, PO Box 319, Anderson, TX 77830-0319, (936) 873-2338
CARROLLTON
Regenesis, 975 Fox Ave, TX 75067-4548, (972) 239-6555
Carey Crawford, 2254 Valley Mill, Carrollton, TX 75006-1910, (972) 418-0177
Church Clerk, 975 Fox Ave, Lewisville, TX 75067-4548
CARTHAGE
Antioch, 3218 FM 699, TX 75633-4710, (903) 693-7217
Rodger D. Cole, 609 County Road 405, Carthage, TX 75633-4671, (903) 690-0165
Linda Abernathy, 3218 FM 699, Carthage, TX 75633-4710, (903) 754-1761
El Buen Pastor, 531 W Hayden, TX 75633-2942, (903) 690-9260
Alfredo Martinez, 531 W Hayden, Carthage, TX 75633-2942, (903) 690-9260
Francisca Martinez, 621 Church St, Carthage, TX 75633-2928, (903) 690-9260
First, PO Box 548, TX 75633-0548, (903) 693-3569
Allen L. Tilley, 259 County Road 1081, Carthage, TX 75633-5242, (903) 694-2874
Elaine Palmer, 216 County Road 492, Carthage, TX 75633-5241, (903) 693-5402
Mount Calvary, 1765 US Highway 59 S, TX 75633-4901, (903) 693-579
Rick Linebarger, 1759 US Highway 59 S, Carthage, TX 75633-4901, (903) 693-9656
Iva Nell Soape, 4180 FM 1970, Carthage, TX 75633-5168, (903) 693-3450
Panola, 1060 County Road 446, TX 75633-8555, (903) 693-0600
Billy Shoffner, 200 E Neal St, Carthage, TX 75633-1618, (903) 693-2894
Joann Hicks, 1060 County Road 446, Carthage, TX 75633-8555
CELINA
The Bridge Mission, PO Box 1443, TX 75009-1443, (469) 296-8557
Matthew Prather, PO Box 1443, Celina, TX 75009-1443, (903) 388-9641
CENTERVILLE
Calvary, PO Box 416, TX 75833-0416, (903) 536-2647
Dean Easterling, PO Box 416, Centerville, TX 75833-0416, (903) 536-3053
Chyrel Stafford, 16655 W County Road 344, Marquez, TX 77865-5029, (903) 529-3027
New Salem, 7593 FM 811, TX 75833-2369, (903) 536-2430
C/O Cathy Hoyt, 7593 FM 811, Centerville, TX 75833-2369, (903) 536-3349
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Cathy Hoyt, 7593 FM 811, Centerville, TX 75833-2369, (903) 536-3349
2729
Victory, 10584 Highway 7 E, TX 75833-3018
James R. Gunnels, Sr., 1879 County Road 121, Centerville, TX 75833-2615, (903) 536Patricia Gunnels, 1879 County Road 121, Centerville, TX 75833-2615, (903) 536-2729
CHANNELVIEW
Channelview, PO Box 882, TX 77530-0882, (281) 452-7324
C/O Verna Webb, PO Box 882, Channelview, TX 77560-0882, (281) 452-7652
Verna Webb, PO Box 882, Channelview, TX 77530-0882, CHIRENO
Little's Chapel, 2456 County Road 438, TX 75937-4063, (936) 362-2331
Allen Chaney, PO Box 75, Mt Enterprise, TX 75681-0075, (903) 822-3543
Carolyn Wingate, 2377 County Road 434, Chireno, TX 75937-3766, (936) 615-3303
CLAYTON
Bethel, PO Box 52, TX 75637-0052, (903) 693-3764
Dock Lazarine, 299 County Road 133, Gary, TX 75643-5255, (903) 685-3005
Kay Moritzen, 2372 FM 1970, Carthage, TX 75633-5269, (903) 693-8257
CLEBURNE
First Missionary, PO Box 259, TX 76033-0259
Jack McNeeley, 3117 Spruce Ct, Granbury, TX 76049-3116, (903) 363-6377
Debbie Rice, 301 Gatrix Ave, CleburNE, TX 76033-8720, CLEVELAND
New Salem, PO Box 627, TX 77326-0627, (281) 592-0621
C/O Beverly Presnull, PO Box 627, Ace, TX 77326-0627
Beverly Presnull, PO Box 627, Ace, TX 77326-0627
Security Calvary, 5442 S Duck Creek Rd, TX 77328-6470
Charnick G. Droddy, 4512 Grand Oaks Dr, Willis, TX 77378-3535, (936) 890-0125
Janice Watkins, 406 N Walker Rd, Cleveland, TX 77328-2315, (281) 592-2223
Southline, PO Box 924, TX 77327-0924, (281) 592-3959
Paul Gothard, 701 Parkhurst, Cleveland, TX 77327-5417, (281) 592-3959
Paula Patrick, 808 Charles Barker Ave Apt 314, Cleveland, TX 77327-5666, CLYDE
Southside, PO Box 747, TX 79510-0747, (915) 893-4611
Billy Sellers, 933 Hillside Rd, Abilene, TX 79603-9005, (915) 698-7274
Joyce Montgomery, PO Box 333, Lueders, TX 79533-0333, COMMERCE
Faith, 210 E Maple St, TX 75428-3637
Bill Garmon, 108 Royal Lane, Commerce, TX 75428-3834
Vickie Shirlie, 210 E Maple St, Commerce, TX 75428-3637
COMO
Elm Ridge, PO Box 72, TX 75431-0072, (903) 488-3706
Randy Boyte, 1720 County Road 2375, Pickton, TX 75471-4109, (903) 860-3588
Margaret Boyte, RR 1 Box 119, Pickton, TX 75471-9705
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2572
Greenpond, 1242 Farm Road 2560, TX 75482-7708
Lloyd A. Cashion, 1242 Farm Road 2560, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-7708, (903) 885Merlene Teer, PO Box 141, Como, TX 75431-0141, (903) 488-3286
CONROE
Northside, 1115 N Houston St, TX 77301-2354, (936) 756-4630
Wes Pratt, 403 Shadywood Cir, Conroe, TX 77304-1905, (936) 648-8609
Dot Stafford, 713 Forest LaNE Ct, Conroe, TX 77302-1210, (936) 756-4630
COOPER
Calvary, PO Box 5, TX 75432-0005, (903) 395-2727
Randy Hartwell, PO Box 5, Cooper, TX 75432-0005, (903) 395-2727
Ella Turner, 305 E Dallas Ave, Cooper, TX 75432-2008
CORRIGAN
Damascus, RR 1 Box 79c, TX 75939-9737
Curtis E. Jordan, 4396 FM 1987, Corrigan, TX 75939-6664, (936) 398-5109
Linda Parrish, 196 W Laurelia Rd, Corrigan, TX 75939-7817, (936) 398-4931
Union Springs, PO Box 151, TX 75939-0151, (936) 398-2733
Lesly Wilkinson, 147 Lewellin Pl, Lufkin, TX 75904-6977, (936) 875-3356
Church Clerk, PO Box 151, Corrigan, TX 75939-0151
CORSICANA
Community, 125 SW County Road 3040, TX 75151-9801
David Spann, 18217 FM 1126, Corsicana, TX 75110-8557, (903) 851-9190
Sharron Griggs, 2517 W 4th Ave, Corsicana, TX 75110-4054, (903) 872-1027
Corsicana Spanish Mission, PO Box 2217, TX 75151-2217
C/O Church Clerk, PO Box 2217, Corsicana, TX 75151-2217
Church Clerk, PO Box 2217, Corsicana, TX 75151-2217, First Of Eureka, 8718 S Highway 287, TX 75109-0656, (903) 875-9884
Eddie Jones, 8718 S Highway 287, Corsicana, TX 75109-0656, (972) 937-1188
Vicky Moore, 3870 SE County Road 60, Corsicana, TX 75109-9006, (903) 229-8294
CRANDALL
First, PO Box 207, TX 75114-0207, (972) 427-3687
Mike Waits, Sr., 409 Creekside Dr, Crandall, TX 75114-2703, (972) 427-6684
Betty Payne, 6411 FM 1390, Kaufman, TX 75142-6204, (972) 452-8888
CROCKETT
Calvary, 210 S 8th St, TX 75835-2111, (936) 544-7569
C/O Mary Bolton, 210 S 8th St, Crockett, TX 75835-2111
Mary Bolton, 210 S 8th St, Crockett, TX 75835-2111, CUSHING
Glenfawn, PO Box 126, TX 75667-0126
Gerald Pepper, PO Box 37, Laneville, TX 75667-0037, (903) 863-5338
Isabel Pepper, PO Box 37, Laneville, TX 75667-0037, (903) 863-5338
Landmark, PO Box 414, TX 75760-0414, (936) 326-4550
David Snelson, PO Box 414, Cushing, TX 75760-0414, (936) 326-4550
Sharon Ramsey, 11151 FM 343, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-4847, (936) 569-0410
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Lilbert, 275 County Road 873, TX 75760-5137
C/O Deborah Miller, 275 County Road 873, Cushing, TX 75760-5137, (936) 326-4117
Deborah Miller, 275 County Road 873, Cushing, TX 75760-5137, (936) 326-4117
Nat, PO Box 630884, TX 75963-0884, (936) 560-6084
Dale Wier, 125 Smith St, Alto, TX 75925-2132, (936) 554-0834
Monna Albea, PO Box 630884, Nacogdoches, TX 75963-0884, (936) 560-6084
Cut And Shoot, New Bethlehem, 14630 Millmac Rd, TX 77303-4757, (936) 264-2112
Paul Morehouse 14630 Millmac Rd, Cut And Shoot, TX 77303-4757, (281) 610-5099
Patty Mullinax, 5998 Forest Dr, Cleveland, TX 77328-2606, (281) 592-5283
DALLAS
Bethel Of White Rock, 9314 Ferguson Rd, TX 75228-4698, (214) 328-8571
C. D. Walker, 10713 Meadowbrook Blvd, Forney, TX 75126-6665, (972) 564-3339
Marjorie Gilmer, 8421 Londonderry Lane, Dallas, TX 75228-6030, (214) 328-5955
Dallas Park, 1010 S Brighton Ave, TX 75208-7407, (214) 333-3445
Philip E. Cook, 1921 Timber Ridge Dr, Cedar Hill, TX 75104-7821, (972) 291-1953
Peggy Davis, 1010 S Brighton Ave, Dallas, TX 75208-7407, Family Of God Mission, 9314 Ferguson Rd, TX 75228-4698, (214) 328-8571
Israel Arredondo, 9314 Ferguson Rd, Dallas, TX 75228-4698, (214) 328-8571
First Of Cockrell Hill, 1128 S Cockrell Hill Rd, TX 75211-4918, (214) 337-2232
Robert E. Keith, 913 Sunnyside Ave, Dallas, TX 75211-4968, (214) 337-2232
Callie Knight, 1128 Keats Dr, Dallas, TX 75211-6031, (214) 337-3213
Iglesia Bautista Hispana De Cockrell Hill, 1128 S Cockrell Hill Rd, TX 75211-4918, (214)
274-5165
Jose Jorkin, 913 NW 7th St, Grand Prairie, TX 75050-3460, (214) 274-516
Church Clerk, 1128 S Cockrell Hill Rd, Dallas, TX 75211-4918
Mount Zion, 6569 County Road 122b, TX 75142-4915
Danny E. Boles, 6569 County Road 122b, Kaufman, TX 75142-4915
Temple Boles, 8622 Stonehurst St, Dallas, TX 75217-2203, New Haven, 10110 Rylie Rd, TX 75217-8235, (972) 286-3533
Darrell Howerton, 10110 Rylie Rd, Dallas, TX 75217-8235
Francille Ramsey, 653 ElwayNE Ave, Dallas, TX 75217-5153, (214) 391-7182
Pleasant Oaks, 412 N Masters Dr, TX 75217-7611, (972) 286-2885
Dwight Prather, 412 N Masters Dr, Dallas, TX 75217-7611, (972) 286-2885
Anna Houston, 412 N Masters Dr, Dallas, TX 75217-7611
Pleasant View, 8388 FM 1861, TX 75124-7250, (214) 824-1161
Bob Hendley, 8388 FM 1861, Eustace, TX 75124-7250, (903) 479-3589
Judy Hendley, 8388 FM 1861, Eustace, TX 75124-7250, (903) 479-3589
Shekinah, 3108 Valley View Lane, TX 75234-5018, (972) 221-5783
Rene Gustavo, Ramirez, 3108 Valley View Lane, Dallas, TX 75234-5018, (972) 221-5783
Church Clerk, 3108 Valley View Lane, Dallas, TX 75234-5018
DE BERRY
344
Shady Grove, 110 County Road 314, TX 75639-2984, (903) 622-4574
Keith Prather, 110 County Road 314, De Berry, TX 75639-2984, (903) 622-4574
Beth Ray, 665 County Road 317, De Berry, TX 75639-2973, (903) 692-0255
Walnut Springs, 1806 FM 1186, TX 75639-2142, (903) 693-7053
E. C. 'Buddy' Briggs, 516 County Road 307, De Berry, TX 75639-3020, (903) 693-7053
Robbie Sutlive, 551 County Road 310, De Berry, TX 75639-2153, (903) 930-8143
DESOTO
First, 221 W Beltline Rd, TX 75115-4942, (972) 223-7448
Kerry A. Moore, 221 W Beltline Rd, Desoto, TX 75115-4942, (972) 679-3501
Linora Moore, 221 W Beltline Rd, Desoto, TX 75115-4942, (972) 223-7448
Wintergreen, 1336 Hubert Dr, TX 75115-3216, (214) 289-7492
Chris Sizemore, 214 Wallace, Garland, TX 75041-1957, (214) 289-7492
Marilyn Buckholtz, 1336 Hubert Dr, Desoto, TX 75115-3216, (469) 337-5280
DIANA
Simmons Hill, PO Box 224, TX 75640-0224, (903) 777-3817
Gabriel Knopp, 1270 Simmons Rd, Diana, TX 75640-3827, (903) 777-0142
Cindy Clark, 4818 Simmons Rd, Diana, TX 75640-3891, DIBOLL
Pine Grove, 5632 FM 1818, TX 75941-4042
Matthew Faircloth, 5632 FM 1818, Diboll, TX 75941-4042
Darwin Blake, 5638 FM 1818, Diboll, TX 75941-4042, (936) 635-9727
DUNCANVILLE
Fairmeadows, PO Box 383057, TX 75116-3057, (972) 298-1286
Dee Carlisle, PO Box 383057, Duncanville, TX 75116-3057
Sue Carlile, PO Box 211252, Dallas, TX 75211-4304
EDGEWOOD
Good Hope, PO Box 734, TX 75117-0734
Harium Harris, 125 Private Road 7136, Canton, TX 75103-3590, (903) 312-6766
Aliene Goff, 345 VZ County Road 3105, Edgewood, TX 75117-5072, (903) 896-4900
EDINBURG
Fellowship, 308 Alamo St, TX 78541-9481, (956) 381-4885
Ray Potter, 904 N 16th St, Mcallen, TX 78501-4415, (956) 381-4885
Alicia Muniz, 904 N 16th St, Mcallen, TX 78501-4415, (956) 687-5730
ELKHART
First Of Slocum, 5875 E State Highway 294, TX 75839-3137, (903) 478-2354
John Day, 240 An County Road 1221, Grapeland, TX 75844-3419, (903) 478-9919
Lavon Lively, 370 An County Road 1210, Grapeland, TX 75844-4609, (903) 478-3383
Lakeside, 4202 E State Highway 294, TX 75839-4408
Justin Neal, 1790 FM 2022, Elkhart, TX 75839-4518, (903) 478-2693
Diane Casto, 1259 An County Road 1535, Elkhart, TX 75839-4305, (903) 478-3112
EMORY
Pilgrim Rest #1, 1020 Rs County Road 3235, TX 75440-4628, (903) 473-3591
Jeff Thompson, PO Box 1003, Emory, TX 75440-1003, (903) 473-1593
Joan Kile, 1020 Rs County Road 3235, Emory, TX 75440-4628, (903) 473-2360
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ENNIS
Anthony Drive, PO Box 9, TX 75120-0009, (972) 875-3632
Jerry Fulton, PO Box 2085, Waxahachie, TX 75165-2085
Norma J Bain, PO Box 9, Ennis, TX 75120-0009, (972) 875-3632
Bristol, 553 Union Hill Rd, TX 75119-0280, (972) 666-2811
David Futral, 553 Union Hill Rd, Ennis, TX 75119-0280, (972) 666-2530
Renee Davis, 750 Union Hill Rd, Ennis, TX 75119-0254
Calvary, PO Box 1402, TX 75120-1402, (972) 875-8495
Kenneth Cashion, PO Box 1402, Ennis, TX 75120-1402, (972) 921-8982
Darla Tucker, PO Box 1402, Ennis, TX 75120-1402, First, PO Box 54, TX 75120-0054, (972) 875-3305
Mitch Chapman, 1709 Charlottsville Dr, Ennis, TX 75119-2103, (972) 878-6639
Donna Wisdom, 400 Highland Dr, Ennis, TX 75119-3510, ETOILE
Macedonia, PO Box 125, TX 75944-0125, (936) 854-2228
Skipper Eberlan, 338 Private Road 7730, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-7262, (936) 872-3809
Darlene King, PO Box 43, Etoile, TX 75944-0043, (936) 854-2260
EULESS
Sheppard Drive, 219 N Sheppard Dr, TX 76039-3557, (817) 267-0928
James V. Schoenrock, 1921 Cochran Dr, Mesquite, TX 75149-5497, (972) 285-8922
Cleva Jo Lilly, 2300 TimberliNE Dr Apt 167, GrapeviNE, TX 76051-4364, (817) 781-4134
EUSTACE
China Grove, 110 VZ County Road 2918, TX 75124-7341, (903) 473-3398
David Harkins, 732 VZ County Road 4310, Ben Wheeler, TX 75754-7106, (903) 479-3666
Linda Weatherford, PO Box 817, Canton, TX 75103-0817, (903) 479-3342
FAIRFIELD
Antioch, PO Box 477, TX 75840-0008
C/O Tara Ridge, PO Box 477, Fairfield, TX 75840-0008, (903) 388-5889
Tara Anderson, PO Box 477, Fairfield, TX 75840-0008, (903) 388-5889
Calvary, PO Box 878, TX 75840-0016, (903) 389-2613
Terry D. Skinner, 351 FM 2547, Fairfield, TX 75840-5225, (903) 389-2661
Charlotte Mullen, 149 Private Road 515, Fairfield, TX 75840-5793, (903) 389-2393
Round Prairie, 932 E Main St, TX 75840-2238, (903) 389-4842
Edward Ridge, 271 FM 2547, Fairfield, TX 75840-5223, (903) 388-5479
Kathy Best, 204 Private Road 1287, Fairfield, TX 75840-5204, (903) 389-5797
Ward Prairie, 600 Reed St, TX 75840-1900
Louis Simpson, RR 2 Box 62, Teague, TX 75860-9622, (903) 389-7498
Deana C. McAdams, 600 Reed St, Fairfield, TX 75840-1900, (903) 389-3344
FERRIS
First, PO Box 253, TX 75125-0253, (972) 842-3374
Brian Smith, 311 W 5th St, Ferris, TX 75125-2023
Donna Shaw, PO Box 253, Ferris, TX 75125-0253
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New Beginnings Bible, PO Box 558, TX 75125-0558, (972) 842-2800
Bobby Adams, 955 Dogwood Trl, Lancaster, TX 75146-1478, (972) 227-1466
Debbie Horton, PO Box 558, Ferris, TX 75125-0558, (972) 842-2800
FLYNN
First, PO Box 13, TX 77855-0013, (936) 396-6611
Dee Black, 12666 FM 39 S, Normangee, TX 77871-6012, (936) 396-1480
Kay Baskett, 10335 Private Road 4311, Marquez, TX 77865-4702, (936) 396-2304
FORNEY
Fellowship, PO Box 126, TX 75126-0126, (972) 564-9553
Rick Lemons, PO Box 126, Forney, TX 75126-0126, (972) 564-2534
Ann Lemons, PO Box 126, Forney, TX 75126-0126, (972) 564-9553
FORT WORTH
Maranatha, 12600 Meadow Green Lane, TX 76247-8546, (817) 626-8964
Ricky B. Gordon, 12600 Meadow Green Lane, Justin, TX 76247-8546, (817) 757-5117
Le Dale Moore, 12600 Meadow Green Lane, Justin, TX 76247-8546
Monte De Las Olivas Mission, 3327 Deen Rd, TX 76106-6511
Alfred Cadena, 1216 De Ridder St, Fort Worth, TX 76106-2929, (817) 626-5313
Cruz Cadena, 1216 De Ridder St, Fort Worth, TX 76106-2929
South Park, 7201 Crowley Rd, TX 76134-3504, (817) 293-2760
David Pickard, 417 N Trail St, Crowley, TX 76036-2323, (817) 371-9238
Julie Thames, 4712 Primrose St, Crowley, TX 76036-5418, (817) 297-3342
Wyatt Drive, 8306 Wyatt Dr, TX 76108-2800, (817) 246-4461
Jack L. Cook, 1117 Judy St, Fort Worth, TX 76108-2928, (817) 246-0899
Lucy Cook, 1117 Judy St, Fort Worth, TX 76108-2928
FRANKSTON
Frankston, PO Box 522, TX 75763-0522, (903) 876-5111
James Morgan, 3700 Mcdonald Rd Apt 156, Tyler, TX 75701-6264, (903) 565-4448
Margaret Bradford, 492-A County Road 322, Frankston, TX 75763-7026, (903) 876-3400
FRED
Midway, 5810 Ben D Smith Rd, TX 77656-6910, (409) 429-3841
Eldon Jones, 5810 Ben D Smith Rd, Silsbee, TX 77656-6910, (409) 386-0693
Jean Jones, 5810 Ben D Smith Rd, Silsbee, TX 77656-6910
FRISCO
Genesis Metro, 9750 John W Elliott Dr, TX 75033-3262, (469) 287-5995
Tim Bourne, 9750 John W Elliott Dr, Frisco, TX 75033-3262, (469) 287-5995
Church Clerk, 9750 John W Elliott Dr, Frisco, TX 75033-3262
GARLAND
Emmanuel, 721 Wallace Dr, TX 75041-2041, (972) 271-1215
Mark Ballard, 917 E Calvin Dr, Garland, TX 75041-3607, (972) 278-2864
Terry Blount, 213 E Ridgewood Dr, Garland, TX 75041-3143, (972) 278-8631
Grace, 4509 Tranquility Dr, TX 75043-3367, (972) 240-6713
Paul Allison, PO Box 207, Fate, TX 75132-0207, (214) 215-9751
Church Clerk, 4509 Tranquility Dr, Garland, TX 75043-3367
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Lakewood, 1514 Lakewood Dr, TX 75042-5817
Jimmy Russell, 1509 W Walnut St, Garland, TX 75042-5844, (469) 774-3831
Courtney HoWard, 1800 Morningside Dr, Garland, TX 75041-8317, (972) 840-6045
Northside, 2510 N Glenbrook Dr, TX 75046-3620, (972) 495-2986
Kenneth Williams, 905 Bromwich, Garland, TX 75040-3303, (815) 978-1106
Linda Arnold, 1802 Warwick, Garland, TX 75044-7686, (972) 495-4544
GARRISON
Brileytown, 3461 N Cedar Bluff Rd, TX 75946-7344
C/O Joan Lunsford, 3461 N Cedar Bluff Rd, Garrison, TX 75946-7344
Joan Lunsford, 3461 N Cedar Bluff Rd, Garrison, TX 75946-7344
Concord, 6291 County Road 3198 E, TX 75946-8154
C/O Cecile B. Threadgill, 6291 County Road 3198 E, Garrison, TX 75946-8154
Cecile B Threadgill, 6291 County Road 3198 E, Garrison, TX 75946-8154
Walnut Grove, 751 Red Springs Rd, TX 75946-2403, (936) 347-5040
C/O Martha Wright, 21023 N US Highway 59, Garrison, TX 75946-6325, (936) 569-6845
Martha Wright, 21023 N US Highway 59, Garrison, TX 75946-6325, (936) 569-6845
GARY
First, PO Box 205, TX 75643-0205, (903) 685-2307
Richard Plunkett, Sr., 810 County Road 3605, Joaquin, TX 75954-5754, (936) 269-4053
Jan Downing, PO Box 284, Gary, TX 75643-0284, (903) 685-2866
GILMER
Antioch, PO Box 688, TX 75644-0688, (903) 725-5458
C/O Jackie Cox, 6356 Giraffe Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-7543, (903) 725-7195
Jackie Cox, 6356 Giraffe Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-7543, (903) 725-7195
Cherokee, 1805 Bear Rd, TX 75644-5172, (903) 797-6598
James R. Young, PO Box 1195, Gilmer, TX 75644-1195, (903) 797-7596
Peggy Lange, PO Box 703, Gilmer, TX 76440-0703, (903) 843-5206
Concord, PO Box 1192, TX 75644-1192
Clay Potter, 2758 W Ferguson Rd, Mount Pleasant, TX 75455-6516, (903) 575-0293
Nelda Gipson, PO Box 1192, Gilmer, TX 75644-1192, (903) 762-2471
Enon, PO Box 973, TX 75644-0973, (903) 725-5386
Ray Thompson, 11231 FM 852, Gilmer, TX 75644-5097, (903) 725-5366
Peggy Thornton, 211 Calvert Lane, Gilmer, TX 75645-6373
Glade Creek, 2896 Locust Rd, TX 75645-2793, (903) 734-3113
Raymond Tenpenny, 6622 FM 2685, Gilmer, TX 75645-2997, (903) 734-4260
Marcelene Clemens, 4607 Crabapple Rd, Gilmer, TX 75645-7635
Latch, 1050 Box Oak Rd, TX 75644-4415, (903) 725-5602
Leon Ross, 1050 Box Oak Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-4415, (903) 725-0444
Valerie Burgin, 3140 Holly Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-8781, Oak Hill, PO Box 1437, TX 75644-1437, (903) 762-2205
Wayne McKay, 2235 Chinaberry Rd, Gilmer, TX 75645-7860, (903) 734-1765
Glenda Cox, 3618 FM 2088, Gilmer, TX 76544-5572
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Pine Acres, 189 FM 555, TX 75645-6431, (903) 797-6561
C/O Kate Curtis-Montgomery, 525 Buffalo St, Gilmer, TX 75644-2112, (903) 680-2363
Kate Curtis-Montgomery, 525 Buffalo St, Gilmer, TX 75644-2112, (903) 680-2363
Pritchett, PO Box 605, TX 75644-0605, (903) 734-4195
Randall Hodges, 218 Texas Ave, Gilmer, TX 75645-6732, (903) 241-2585
Norma Tomlin, 5571 Red Oak Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-8755, (903) 734-1760
Rosewood, PO Box 1193, TX 75644-1193, (903) 725-5135
Charles M. Johnson, 1044 S Mimosa Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-7494, (903) 725-6366
Robin Crossland, 11716 Groundhog Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-7553, (903) 424-6224
Willow Oak, 1568 Sun Flower Rd, TX 75644-5849, (903) 762-6185
Anthony Anderson Ii, 10898 US Highway 271 N, Gilmer, TX 75644-5434, (903) 434-2841
Dena Dunn, 11465 Poinsettia Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-5928, Woodland, 6049 FM 3358, TX 75645-8270, (903) 734-5123
David Mayhan, 9880 FM 726 S, Gilmer, TX 75645-7443, (903) 734-6411
Evelyn Daniels, 9854 FM 726 S, Gilmer, TX 75645-7550, (903) 734-0452
GLENN HEIGHTS
First, 512 E Bear Creek Rd, TX 75154-8300, (972) 223-1316
Mike Thornhill, 217 S Young Blvd, Desoto, TX 75115-5523, (972) 223-2087
Tammy Stanley, 307 West Ct, Glenn Heights, TX 75154-8561, (972) 748-2144
GRAND PRAIRIE
Centro De Vida Mission, 602 NE 32nd St, TX 75050-4708, (972) 642-7391
Jose Luis Ortega, Sr., 4014 Dawes Dr, Dallas, TX 75211-6321, (214) 331-4323
Ana Sierra, 602 NE 32nd St, Grand Prairie, TX 75050-4708, (214) 412-3318
Eighth Street, 705 Skyline Rd, TX 75051-2051, (972) 262-4297
Jordan Tew, 2955 Alouette Dr Apt 226, Grand Prairie, TX 75052-8133
Maudeen McCormick, 1818 SE 4th St, Grand Prairie, TX 75051-4001, (972) 264-5430
GRAND SALINE
Corinth, 9734 FM 1255, TX 75140-5030, (903) 962-3336
Billy Smith, 3080 FM 515, Emory, TX 75440-4739, (903) 439-4579
Patti Tabraham, 20840 St Highway 64, Canton, TX 75103-6128, (903) 567-4455
East Center, 4523 FM 1652, TX 75140-4712, (903) 962-5247
Danny Laprade, 451 VZ County Road 1213, Canton, TX 75103-6550, (903) 829-2043
Dee Dee Laprade, 451 VZ County Road 1213, Canton, TX 75103-6550
First, 316 N Houston St, TX 75140-2306, (903) 962-4948
James Neidholt, 709 County Road 1660, Alba, TX 75410-5518, (903) 768-2205
Vickie Campbell, PO Box 419, Grand SaliNE, TX 75140-0419, (903) 372-2427
Lawrence Springs, 2989 VZ County Road 1110, TX 75140-4547, (903) 962-4467
C/O Darlene Laprade, 2162 VZ County Road 1806, Grand Saline, TX 75140-3012, (903)
962-3504
Darlene Laprade, 2162 VZ County Road 1806, Grand Saline, TX 75140-3012, (903) 9623504
Mount Lebanon, 750 VZ County Road 1117, TX 75140-4385, (903) 829-2112
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Brent Corn, 8335 State Highway 198, Mabank, TX 75147-6747, (903) 451-4774
Lenda Guthrie, 8333 State Highway 198, Mabank, TX 75156-6747, (903) 880-8059
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4314
Richland Heights, PO Box 306, TX 75140-0306, (903) 962-4314
Mark W. Winskie, 1310 VZ County Road 1803, Grand Saline, TX 75140-3492, (903) 962-
Sand Flat, 4494 FM 857, TX 75140-5448, (903) 962-3804
Dennis, Morris, Jr., 4494 FM 857, Grand Saline, TX 75140-5448, (903) 288-9462
Church Clerk, 4494 FM 857, Grand SaliNE, TX 75140-5448
Norma Winskie, 1310 VZ County Road 1803, Grand SaliNE, TX 75140-3492, (903) 962-
GRAPELAND
New Hope Missionary, 396 County Road 2335, TX 75844-5842
Charles Pyle, 396 County Road 2335, Grapeland, TX 75844-5842, (936) 687-5279
Church Clerk, 396 County Road 2335, Grapeland, TX 75844-5842
GROESBECK
Bethel, 206 S Grayson St, TX 76642-1425
Daryl Hatley, Interim, 132 Private Road 5501, Groesbeck, TX 76642-2894
Bonnie Noel, 206 S Grayson St, Groesbeck, TX 76642-1425, Lost Prairie, 514 FM 3371, TX 76642-2541
J. R. Tapley, 3894 Highway 164 E, Groesbeck, TX 76642-2581, (254) 729-5331
Church Clerk, 514 FM 3371, Groesbeck, TX 76642-2541
GUN BARREL CITY
Liberty, PO Box 1776, TX 75147-1776, (903) 887-4873
Dennis Ray Woods, PO Box 846, Mabank, TX 75147-0846, (903) 386-6771
Sharon Woods, PO Box 846, Mabank, TX 75147-0846, (903) 386-6771
HEMPHILL
East Mayfield, PO Box 357, TX 75948-0357, (409) 787-3349
Ronald L. Dunn, PO Box 357, Hemphill, TX 75948-0357, (409) 787-3349
Kathy McGraw, 4065 Dorsey Rd, Bronson, TX 75930-8004
Friendship, 11500 Highway 87 N, TX 75959-2318
Micheal Dickerson, 11500 Highway 87 N, Milam, TX 75959-2318, (409) 625-0844
Troy G. Smith, PO Box 908, Hemphill, TX 75948-0908, (409) 579-3931
Yellowpine Macedonia, 368 Ross Youngblood Trl, TX 75948-6227
T. A. ‘Tracy’ Lane, PO Box 65, Pineland, TX 75968-0065, (409) 584-1144
Ollie Faye Sparks, PO Box 1110, Hemphill, TX 75948-1110, (409) 579-3072
HENDERSON
Liberty, 12025 County Road 397 E, TX 75652-8025, (903) 889-2565
Benjamin Butler, 314 Gray St, Henderson, TX 75652-2734, (903) 642-9850
Samantha Jones, 4555 FM 959, Beckville, TX 75631-6863, (903) 754-2430
1441
New Salem, 18597 FM 839 S, TX 75654-6321
Chris Proctor, 1103 Moore St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-7352, (903) 393-5898
Michelle Wilkerson, 15968 County Road 4256 S, Henderson, TX 75654-6172, (903) 722-
350
Sardis, 13174 County Road 4187 S, TX 75654-6042, (903) 854-4521
Marc Sharp, 13174 County Road 4187 S, Henderson, TX 75654-6042, (903) 854-4521
Dorothy Jacobs, 23887 County Road 2116, Troup, TX 75789-6248, (903) 842-4356
HOUSTON
Bauman Road, 10709 Bauman Rd, TX 77076-2638, (713) 697-5094
Adam Johnson, 260 Cooper Rd, Houston, TX 77076-2544, (713) 697-5094
Norma Holman, 250 Cooper Rd, Houston, TX 77076-2544, (713) 697-0589
Center Of Life, 11250 Bentley Rd, TX 77092-2700, (281) 442-5433
C/O Laura Harrison, 20643 Ravenwood Ct, Porter, TX 77365-4892, (281) 354-6177
Laura Harrison, 20643 Ravenwood Ct, Porter, TX 77365-4892, (281) 354-6177
Centro De Vida, 10709 Bauman Rd, TX 77076-2638, (713) 697-5094
Richard Robinson, 4310 Sandydale Lane, Houston, TX 77039-4720, (281) 686-3883
Enoc Tinoco, 5746 Oakham St, Houston, TX 77085-3326
Community, 11710 Lockwood, TX 77044-5540, (281) 303-5491
Paul La Bonte', 13630 Elm Shores, Houston, TX 77044-5612, (281) 458-6878
Barbarah Dominy, 11710 Lockwood, Houston, TX 77044-5540, (281) 303-5491
First Beltway, 7730 Uvalde Rd, TX 77049-3018, (281) 458-4102
Rick Jackson, 7730 Uvalde Rd, Houston, TX 77049-3018, (281) 459-8370
Harriet Elliott, 13410 Whitchurch Way, Houston, TX 77015-1316, (713) 451-0325
Rio Jordan, 10062 LAZy Oaks, TX 77080-7510, (281) 442-3444
Armando Rodriguez, 10062 LAZy Oaks, Houston, TX 77080-7510, (713) 467-2559
Olga Rodriguez, 10062 LAZy Oaks, Houston, TX 77080-7510
HUMBLE
Suburban Wood, PO Box 1597, TX 77347-1597, (281) 441-3959
Dean Renfro, PO Box 1597, Humble, TX 77347-1597, (281) 226-0867
Jane Meyers, PO Box 8617, Grangerland, TX 77302-0617, (936) 231-3149
HUNTINGTON
First Ora, 544 Ora Church Rd, TX 75949-0544, (936) 876-4922
Danny Cryer, 254 Stringer Rd, Diboll, TX 75941-3501, (936) 676-2347
Darlene Letney, 204 Englewood Dr, Lufkin, TX 75901-5806, (936) 414-6849
Harmony Odell, PO Box 860, TX 75949-0860
Jackson Colwell, 4561 Dead Man Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-4408, (936) 876-3170
Judy Runnels, 2163 Pahal Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-4259, (936) 422-4293
Pine Forest, PO Box 1196, TX 75949-1196
C/O Loretta Eaves, 663 Tanksley Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-3419, (936) 876-4968
Loretta Eaves, 663 Tanksley Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-3419, (936) 876-4968
Rocky Hill, 4040 Harley Golden Rd, TX 75949-2643, (936) 632-2811
Bobby Russell, 199 Russellville Rd, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-5452, (936) 553-4628
Pat Williams, 521 John W Wallace Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-2710, (936) 632-2811
Salem, 965 Ralph Nerren Rd, TX 75949-4373, (936) 876-3211
Greg Sanders, 963 Ralph Nerren Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-4373, (936) 876-2963
Wanda Arnold, PO Box 1557, Huntington, TX 75949-1557, (936) 876-5267
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Shawnee Prairie, PO Box 1480, TX 75949-1480, (936) 422-3769
Jeffery Connor, PO Box 427, Groveton, TX 75845-0427, (936) 215-1187
Shelley Cook, PO Box 938, Huntington, TX 75949-0938, (936) 876-3418
HUNTSVILLE
Ebenezer, 9980 Lake Shore Dr, TX 77316-9133, (936) 597-5760
Edwin Crank, PO Box 1845, Jacksonville, TX 75766-1845, (903) 586-2763
Deborah Wells, 9980 Lake Shore Dr, Montgomery, TX 77316-9133, (936) 597-5760
Open Door, PO Box 366, TX 77367-0366, (936) 293-1645
Clyde Loll, 10740 Shepard Hill Rd, Willis, TX 77318-7104, (936) 293-1645
Kathy Beauchamp, PO Box 1130, New Waverly, TX 77358-1130
HUTTO
Resonate Community Mission, PO Box 861, TX 78634-0861, (512) 586-3656
Kyle Sears, PO Box 861, Hutto, TX 78634-0861, (512) 586-3656
Church Clerk, PO Box 861, Hutto, TX 78634-0861
IOLA
Enon First, 9337 County Road 106, TX 77861-9802, (936) 394-5122
Larry D. Andrews, PO Box 1085, Hilltop Lakes, TX 77871-1085, (936) 855-2006
Betty Webb, 9337 County Road 106, Iola, TX 77861-5100, (936) 394-2022
Martin's Prairie, 4248 County Road 183, TX 77830-7881, (936) 873-2934
John Free, 3604 Dorchester Ct, Bryan, TX 77802-5862, (979) 774-5074
Mary Lavender, 4248 County Road 183, Anderson, TX 77830-7881, (936) 873-2934
IRVING
Las Colinas First, 1930 Gateway Dr, TX 75038-2405, (972) 550-0218
Dale Thornton, 2012 Buffalo Bend Rd, Lewisville, TX 75067-7412, (817) 316-2193
Melody Joy Preuninger, 304 S Heights Dr, Crowley, TX 76036-3304, (817) 723-4801
Village, 224 E Grauwyler Rd, TX 75061-2642, (972) 579-7988
Mark Jenkins, 224 E Grauwyler Rd, Irving, TX 75061-2642, (817) 784-3840
Sandra Mintz, 1922 Dory Lane, Irving, TX 75061-2835
ITALY
First, PO Box 387, TX 76651-0387, (972) 483-6302
Ronnie D. Dabney, PO Box 387, Italy, TX 76651-0387, (972) 483-6735
Sandra R. Bryan, PO Box 702, Italy, TX 76651-0702
ITASCA
First, PO Box 57, TX 76055-0057, (254) 687-2783
James McCarty, PO Box 57, Itasca, TX 76055-0057, (972) 921-8844
Sandy Leamons, 504 E Main St, Itasca, TX 76055-2317, (254) 687-2213
JACINTO CITY
Munn Street, 10137 Pillot St, TX 77029-2629, (713) 455-4341
Leonard Ward, Interim, 10917 La CrosSE St, Houston, TX 77029-2237, (713) 455-4447
Norma Holman, 10137 Pillot St, Houston, TX 77029-2629, (713) 674-2736
JACKSBORO
Mountain Home, 221 Mountain Home Rd, TX 76458-3539, (940) 567-5455
Frank Hefner, 222 Mountain Home Rd, Jacksboro, TX 76458-3539, (940) 567-5455
Lelia Vine Cozart, 8625 US Highway 380 W, Jacksboro, TX 76458-3816, (940) 392-4241
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JACKSONVILLE
Afton Grove, 360 County Road 4208, TX 75766-7755, (903) 586-2819
David W. Hallum, 1025 PalestiNE St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-3231, (903) 589-3633
Suzanne Joyce, 687 County Road 4901, Jacksonville, TX 75766-0119, (903) 586-2819
Calvary, 122 W Tena St, TX 75766-3334, (903) 586-1081
Michael Mathis, 822 College Ave, Jacksonville, TX 75766-2930, (903) 625-0776
Jerry Anderson, 205 Earl St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-3325, (903) 586-4616
Corinth, 928 County Road 1404, TX 75766-9738
James C. Blaylock, 1105 Robs Rd, Jacksonville, TX 75766-3527, (903) 586-4594
Lorene Harvey, 928 County Road 1404, Jacksonville, TX 75766-9738, (903) 586-4636
Cornerstone, PO Box 1412, TX 75766-1412, (903) 586-9431
C/O Lynn Johnson, PO Box 1412, Jacksonville, TX 75766-1412
Lynn Johnson, PO Box 1412, Jacksonville, TX 75766-1412
Craft, PO Box 1644, TX 75766-1644, (903) 586-2616
Wade Holman, 194 County Road 3910, Jacksonville, TX 75766-8781, (903) 570-9519
Jean Galyean, 462 County Road 3203, Jacksonville, TX 75766-6833, (903) 721-5027
Enterprise, 1109 County Road 3301, TX 75766-6088, (903) 586-3190
James D. 'Jim' Shine, 2302 Briarwood Dr, Jacksonville, TX 75766-9215, (903) 586-1066
Shirley McAnally, 2965 County Road 4101, Jacksonville, TX 75766-8096, (903) 586-8784
First, 210 Philip St, TX 75766-5516, (903) 586-4844
Vernon R. Lee, 210 Philip St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5516, (903) 586-4844
Jan Lybrand, 805 Kickapoo, Jacksonville, TX 75766-4625, (903) 589-0059
Friendship, 6065 County Road 3305, TX 75766-6084
Larry G. Smith, 1030 FM 768 N, Rusk, TX 75785-3749, (903) 683-3232
Janice Patton, PO Box 2221, Jacksonville, TX 75766-2221, (903) 586-8962
New Hope, PO Box 994, TX 75766-0994, (903) 586-8669
James M. Morris, 955 County Road 4120, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5158, (903) 721-1599
Janie Driver, 2621 Oak Point Dr, Jacksonville, TX 75766-8998, (903) 586-8669
Tabernacle, PO Box 2081, TX 75766-2081, (903) 586-2111
David Moore, 150 County Road 4904, Jacksonville, TX 75766-0900, (903) 586-1936
James Spivey, 1012 Bryan St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-3272, (903) 586-4228
JASPER
Beech Grove, PO Box 1377, TX 75951-1377, (409) 384-9343
Michael W. Hancock, 484 County Road 292, Jasper, TX 75951-8450, (409) 381-8245
Joy Martindale, 845 County Road 138 E, Jasper, TX 75951-8274
Bishop Chapel, 907 FM 1738, TX 75951-6648, (409) 384-3734
Wes Wright, 608 County Road 168, Jasper, TX 75951-9276, (409) 384-3275
Doylene Gary, 907 FM 1738, Jasper, TX 75951-6648, (409) 384-2689
Cornerstone, 591 Calvert St, TX 75951-3160, (409) 384-5379
Willie B. Thompson, Jr, HC 5 Box 85b, Kirbyville, TX 75956-9368, (409) 423-4698
Yvonne Smith, 1206 N Hemphill St, Jasper, TX 75951-2720
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Ebenezer, 1277 County Road 044, TX 75951-6292, (409) 384-8155
Curtis Herrington, 222 County Road 044, Jasper, TX 75951-6219, (409) 384-8039
Debbie Gary, 7480 US Highway 190 E, Jasper, TX 75951-6720, (409) 384-9008
Springhill, 3148 County Road 480, TX 75956-4328, (409) 423-3308
Timothy R. Rule, 3148 County Road 480, Kirbyville, TX 75956-4328, (409) 423-3308
Yvonne Kibodeaux, PO Box 764, Jasper, TX 75951-0764
Zion Hill, PO Box 1723, TX 75951-1723, (409) 383-0014
Robert Wall, PO Box 1723, Jasper, TX 75951-1723, (409) 379-4113
Hubert Sims, 227 County Road 341, Jasper, TX 75951-6886
JEFFERSON
Heritage, PO Box 911, TX 75657-0911, (903) 665-8865
Gene Lee, 4312 FM 2208, Jefferson, TX 75657-4330, (903) 665-9971
Jane Laster, 901 S Line Ave, Jefferson, TX 75657-2413
JEWETT
Little Flock, PO Box 897, TX 75846-0897, (903) 626-5175
Tad Traylor, PO Box 897, Jewett, TX 75846-0897, (903) 626-5441
Ruby Willis, 175 Private Road 5885, Jewett, TX 75846-5764, (903) 626-5484
Sardis, PO Box 207, TX 75846-0207
Ronnie J. Johnson, Interim, 185 County Road 1422, Jacksonville, TX 75766-7475, (903)
589-0086
Maurine Mullins, PO Box 716, Jewett, TX 75846-0716, (903) 626-4627
JOAQUIN
First, PO Box 948, TX 75954-0948, (936) 269-3582
J. Paul Silvey, PO Box 948, Joaquin, TX 75954-0948, (936) 269-3954
Mary Edwards, PO Box 948, Joaquin, TX 75954-0948, Jackson, 11120 State Highway 7 E, TX 75954-3973, (936) 269-3370
David Long, 11167 State Highway 7 E, Joaquin, TX 75954-3974, (936) 269-3346
Nancy Keath, 2630 County Road 3182, Joaquin, TX 75954-4413, (936) 269-9014
Old Home, 3098 County Road 4550, TX 75954-2862, (936) 248-3025
Hollis Bass, 1195 County Road 4855, Timpson, TX 75954-2830, (936) 652-5760
Wendy Watson, 3192 County Road 3550, Joachin, TX 75954-2900, (936) 248-5402
JUDSON
First, PO Box 53, TX 75660-0053, (903) 663-0539
C/O Judy Kieffre, 225 Kieffer Rd, Longview, TX 75605-4205
Judy Kieffer, 225 Kieffer Rd, Longview, TX 75605-4205
KAUFMAN
Blackjack, 12173 County Road 124, TX 75142-4808, (972) 932-6026
Tommy Jenkins, Jr., 1423 Red Wolf Cr, Rockwall, TX 75087-7380, (972) 771-2707
Tommie Myers, 14843 E St Highway 243, Kaufman, TX 75142-7052, (972) 932-7080
KELLER
Northridge, 11910 Old Denton Rd, TX 76244-5284, (682) 597-4691
Dan E. Oliver, 11910 Old Denton Rd, Keller, TX 76244-5284, (682) 597-4691
Beverly Heath, 3411 Lakeview Dr, GrapeviNE, TX 76051-4610, (817) 481-2665
354
Rockhouse, 1305 Castlegar Lane, TX 76247-5758
Cody Montandon, 1305 Castlegar Lane, Justin, TX 76247-5758, (817) 905-9459
Church Clerk, 1305 Castlegar Lane, Justin, TX 76247-5758, KEMP
New Hope, 15989 County Road 2501, TX 75124-4303
Greg Thomas, 15989 County Road 2501, Eustace, TX 75124-4303, (903) 887-7815
Mona Thomas, 15989 County Road 2501, Eustace, TX 75124-4303, (903) 887-7815
KENNARD
Piney Creek, PO Box 216, TX 75856-0216
Tom Dixon, 1734 Walter Dial Rd, Groveton, TX 75845-2000
Sandra Henderson, PO Box 216, Pennington, TX 75856-0216, (936) 638-4304
KERENS
Kerens, 200 N Bonner Ave, TX 75144-2504, (903) 396-2465
C/O Naomi Johnston, 518 Darby Dr Apt 22, Kerens, TX 75144-3610
Naomi Johnston, 518 Darby Dr Apt 22, Kerens, TX 75144-3610
KILGORE
Stone Ridge, PO Box 2975, TX 75662-2975, (903) 984-9341
John W. Gradberg, PO Box 176, Beckville, TX 75631-0176, (903) 678-0101
Mary Lynn Latham, PO Box 1817, Kilgore, TX 75663-1817, (903) 981-9019
LAKEVIEW
Lakeview, PO Box 142, TX 79239-0142
C/O Rosa Castillo, PO Box 142, Lakeview, TX 79239-0142, (806) 867-2025
Rosa Castillo, PO Box 142, Lakeview, TX 79239-0142
LAMESA
Sunset, PO Box 59, TX 79331-0059, (806) 872-8122
Gerald D. Parsons, PO Box 59, Lamesa, TX 79331-0059, (806) 872-2467
Judith Holladay, PO Box 90, Lamesa, TX 75331-0090, (806) 872-8200
LANCASTER
Central, 912 Randlett St, TX 75146-1648, (972) 227-2782
Jim Lang, 2850 S BeltliNE Rd Lot 188, Dallas, TX 75253-4654, (214) 415-0822
Nancy Williams, 912 Randlett St, Lancaster, TX 75146-1648
LATEXO
Ephesus, PO Box 1011, TX 75849-1011
Stephen D. McCeig, 301 E FM 489, Buffalo, TX 75831-6811, (903) 389-7039
Carolyn Platt, 450 FM 3313, Crockett, TX 75835-5004, (936) 544-2927
LEGGETT
Leggett, PO Box 142, TX 77350-0142, (936) 327-0917
Timothy Thompson, 487 H Armitage Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-4823, (936) 327-5406
Debra J. Powell, 895 Galloway Lane, Livingston, TX 77351-6138
LEVELLAND
College Avenue, PO Box 1244, TX 79336-1244, (806) 894-4550
Brian Simon, 310 Cottonwood Lane, Levelland, TX 79336-6832, (806) 894-7005
Brenda Davis, PO Box 1244, Levelland, TX 79336-1244, (806) 894-4550
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Fifth Street, PO Box 1212, TX 79336-1212, (806) 894-3712
Roy Prather, PO Box 1212, Levelland, TX 79336-1212, (806) 894-3434
Sherry Phillips, PO Box 1212, Levelland, TX 79336-1212, (806) 894-3712
LEWISVILLE
Community Life Mission, 975 Fox Ave, TX 75067-4548, (254) 221-1400
George Martinez, 1693 Niagara Falls Blvd, Lewisville, TX 75077-2463, (972) 317-5269
Nicole Martinez, 1693 Niagara Falls Blvd, Lewisville, TX 75077-2463, (972) 317-5269
Dulce Refugio, 975 Fox Ave, TX 75067-4548, (972) 436-5684
Enrique Sanchez, 1035 Kings Manor Dr, Lake Dallas, TX 75065-2641, (214) 532-7743
Kacey Sanchez, 975 Fox Ave, Lewisville, TX 75067-4548, (972) 436-5684
LINDALE
East Foothills, PO Box 835, TX 75771-0835, (903) 882-4227
Charles Gilmore, PO Box 221, Lindale, TX 75771-0221, (903) 882-9457
Sharon Crockett, 18142 County Road 452, Lindale, TX 75771-3630, (903) 881-0912
LITTLEFIELD
Sunset Avenue, 116 E 19th St, TX 79339-5422, (806) 385-4802
Bryant Sears, 116 E 19th St, Littlefield, TX 79339-5422, (806) 385-4802
Joyce Dewees, 116 E 19th St, Littlefield, TX 79339-5422, (806) 385-4802
LIVINGSTON
Ace, PO Box 381, TX 77326-0381, (936) 685-4644
John A. Taylor, 2897 FM 2610, Livingston, TX 77351-0772, (936) 685-4639
Jean Taylor, PO Box 305, Ace, TX 77326-0381, (936) 685-4639
Bethel, 8815 FM 350 N, TX 77351-0048, (936) 646-4888
Dicky L. Boddie, 7434 State Highway 146 S, Livingston, TX 77351-7476, (936) 327-5761
David Chalker, 8715 FM 350 N, Livingston, TX 77351-0048, (936) 646-3444
Chesswood, PO Box 343, TX 77351-0343, (936) 327-8870
Howard, Daniel, Jr, 160 Bishop, Livingston, TX 77351-8038, (936) 365-2210
Martha O'Banion, 387 Burchfield Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-6786
East Tempe, 958 Pridgen Rd, TX 77351-1371
Dewayne Clark, 127 Hefner Ave, Livingston, TX 77351-6336, (936) 967-0510
Pauline Maze, 958 Pridgen Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-1371, (936) 967-4327
First, PO Box 2077, TX 77351-0040, (936) 327-4417
Brett Lester, PO Box 2077, Livingston, TX 77351-0040, (936) 327-4417
Terry Arnold, PO Box 2077, Livingston, TX 77351-0040, (936) 327-4417
First Of Providence, PO Box 1713, TX 77351-1713, (936) 327-5395
Jim Palmer, Interim, PO Box 1713, Livingston, TX 77351-1713
Mary L Moore, PO Box 1577, Livingston, TX 77351-1577, (936) 329-0721
Holly Grove, 5086 Holly Grove Rd, TX 77351-5551, (936) 685-5143
Denton Maze, 1253 FM 2798, Livingston, TX 77351-7630, (936) 685-4838
Gloria Richardson, 5086 Holly Grove Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-5551, (936) 685-4825
Magnolia Hill, 9269 FM 943, TX 77351-7204, (936) 685-4212
Billy Brackin, 4665 Menard Chapel, Livingston, TX 77351-5570, (936) 685-7567
Birdie Overstreet Bearss, 16286 FM 943, Livingston, TX 77351-1722, (936) 685-4992
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Soda, 8135 U S Highway 190 E, TX 77351-1832, (936) 563-2453
Wayne Bickley, 8105 US Highway 190 E, Livingston, TX 77351-1832, (936) 563-2453
Carolyn Ann Woods, 488 Soda Loop W, Livingston, TX 77351-0414, (936) 563-4212
Sunflower, 3350 Camp Ruby Rd, TX 77351-0487, (936) 563-2560
Mitchell Murphy, 517 Hooks Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-4257, (936) 685-7552
Loyce Flowers, 3350 Camp Ruby Rd, Livingston, TX 77351-0487, (936) 685-7552
LONE OAK
Believers Fellowship, PO Box 416, TX 75453-0416, (903) 662-0988
C/O Church Clerk, PO Box 416, LoNE Oak, TX 75453-0416, (903) 662-0988
Church Clerk, PO Box 416, LoNE Oak, TX 75474-0416
LONGVIEW
Camille Acres, 2920 Gilmer Rd, TX 75604-1832, (903) 759-8679
Thomas L. Ayres, 203 W Sarah Ave, Longview, TX 75604-1938, (903) 759-8679
Ann Bergman, 408 HelaNE Lane, Longview, TX 75604-1413, (903) 653-4967
Faith, 3040 Monroe St, TX 75602-9740, (903) 753-2299
David L. Webber, 102 Sherwood Dr, Longview, TX 75605-1938, (903) 295-3618
Mona Reeves, 3040 Monroe St, Longview, TX 75602-9740, Liberty, 5357 S FM 2087, TX 75603-4001, (903) 759-6672
Preston Murchison, 1500 W Loop 281, Longview, TX 75604-2819, (903) 216-0647
Ruth Brogden, 5357 S FM 2087, Longview, TX 75603-4001
LOOP
Ashmore, HC 1 Box 23, TX 79342-9711, (806) 487-6771
Charles Burdett, HC 1 Box 23, Loop, TX 79342-9711, (806) 487-6771
Kathy Halbrooks, HC 1 Box 23, Loop, TX 79342-9711
LUBBOCK
Lake Ridge, 4601 82nd St, TX 79424-3234, (806) 771-0514
Raif Turner, 4601 82nd St, Lubbock, TX 79424-3234, (806) 789-8334
Marjorie Jeter, 4601 82nd St, Lubbock, TX 79424-3234, (806) 771-0514
Lighthouse 2102 49th St, TX 79412-2130, (806) 763-0794
Danny Willis, 2822 56th St, Lubbock, TX 79413-2822, (806) 549-1966
Jeanette Willis, 1504 27th St, Lubbock, TX 79411-2436, (806) 241-3904
Monte Olivo, 1103 E Queens St, TX 79403-1629, (806) 762-5570
Benjamin Soliz, Sr., 1109 E Queens St, Lubbock, TX 79403-2401, (806) 749-0006
Jeannie Soliz, 506 UrsuliNE Ave, Lubbock, TX 79403-506, (806) 283-5256
LUFKIN
Fairview, 3742 FM 2108, TX 75901-2008, (936) 637-1466
Gene Hazell, 2655 FM 2108, Diboll, TX 75941-3474, (936) 238-2406
Joyce Carr, 105 Garden Walk Lane, Lufkin, TX 75901-5979, (936) 699-4633
Fuller Springs, PO Box 1341, TX 75902-1341, (936) 824-3212
Lester Foreman, PO Box 1405, Jacksonville, TX 75766-1405, (903) 586-2728
Tammy Hampton, 102 Grace, Lufkin, TX 75901-9603, (936) 824-2839
Harvest, 6565 S Highway 69, TX 75901-8313, (936) 229-9053
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9054
Jeremy Campbell, 223 Mount Carmel Rd Apt 115, Lufkin, TX 75901-6348, (936) 229-
Keltys First, PO Box 3043, TX 75903-3043, (936) 634-4019
Mark Livingston, PO Box 3043, Lufkin, TX 75903-3043, (936) 634-4019
Ann Browning, PO Box 3043, Lufkin, TX 75903-3043, (936) 634-4019
Little Flock, 2769 FM 1475, TX 75901-1866, (936) 824-3633
Ken Donaghue, PO Box 154205, Lufkin, TX 75915-4205, (936) 404-9895
Jo Ann Rhodes, 3632 FM 1475, Lufkin, TX 75901-1872, (936) 824-2351
McKindree, 559 Mckindree Rd, TX 75901-7609, (936) 634-2063
David L. Merritt, 557 Mckindree Rd, Lufkin, TX 75901-7609, (936) 632-6377
Carla Merritt, 557 Mckindree Rd, Lufkin, TX 75901-7609, (936) 632-6377
New Hope, PO Box 135, TX 75926-0135
Bill Bailey, PO Box 135, Apple Springs, TX 75926-0135, (936) 635-9007
Church Clerk, PO Box 135, Apple Springs, TX 75926-0135
Wallace Chapel, 103 Brooks Hendry Rd, TX 75904-6877
Billy Joe Knight, 571 Richardson Rd, Lufkin, TX 75904-7846, (936) 632-5047
Connie Gipson, 258 Penn Bonner Rd, Lufkin, TX 75904-6914, (936) 875-3651
Unitia (Lou) Roberts, 1213 Shadybrook Lane, Lufkin, TX 75904-4463, (936) 632-6918
MABANK
Lighthouse PO Box 158, TX 75778-0158, (903) 451-4787
Jack Bragg, PO Box 158, Murchison, TX 75778-0158, (903) 681-1897
Betty Meador, PO Box 158, Murchison, TX 75778-0158, (903) 451-2878
Payne Springs, 9720 State Highway 198, TX 75147-6436, (903) 451-2443
Danny Denny, 9720 State Highway 198, Mabank, TX 75147-6436, (903) 451-2443
Louise Byers, 9720 State Highway 198, Mabank, TX 75147-6436
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS
Fellowship, 8123 FM 1005, TX 75956-3636
Andy Rogers, 1389 County Road 029, Jasper, TX 75951-6265, (409) 384-4773
Robbie Peek, 2611 County Road 509, Magnolia Springs, TX 75956-3940, (409) 594-6680
MALAKOFF
Crescent Heights, 5127 County Road 1221, TX 75148-6905, (903) 675-3904
Charles Gurley, 5127 County Road 1221, Malakoff, TX 75148-6905, (903) 675-3904
Diane Garrett, 31 Sunset Blvd, Malakoff, TX 75148-4743
Parkview, PO Box 448, TX 75148-0448, (903) 489-1138
C/O Erma Monroe, PO Box 233, Malakoff, TX 75148-0233, (903) 489-0237
Erma Monroe, PO Box 233, Malakoff, TX 75148-0233, (903) 489-0237
MANSFIELD
New Beginnings, 1002 Walnut Pl, TX 76063-2558, (817) 453-9959
Brian Merchant, 1002 Walnut Pl, Mansfield, TX 76063-2558, (817) 291-6727
Sharon Estes, 1218 Lake Grove Loop, Midlothian, TX 76065-5641, (817) 475-4825
MARQUEZ
Clear Creek, 9315 Highway 7 W, TX 77865-4773
Ross Newton, PO Box 1, Flynn, TX 77855-0001, (936) 396-6673
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Christie Stanford, 9315 Highway 7 W, Marquez, TX 77865-4773
MAYDELLE
First, PO Box 103, TX 75772-0103, (903) 795-3303
Rusty Sherman, PO Box 175, Maydelle, TX 75772-0175, (903) 262-5395
Janet Roach, PO Box 5, Maydelle, TX 75772-0005, (903) 795-3341
MC ADOO
First, PO Box 76, TX 79243-0076
Merle Fulmer, 407 Justice Ave, Lubbock, TX 79416-4192, (806) 780-8328
Wilma Hickman, 391 County Road 255, Mcadoo, TX 79243-3501, (806) 697-2718
MESQUITE
Calvary First, 2850 E Glen Blvd, TX 75185-1108, (972) 289-1661
Ron Hand, 1002 S Peachtree Rd, Mesquite, TX 75149-5519
Nora Costlow, 833 Applegate, Dallas, TX 75253-3102, (972) 557-0507
Caminando Con Cristo, 10524 Sand Springs Ave, TX 75227-7113
Jesus Terrazas, 10524 Sand Springs Ave, Dallas, TX 75227-7113, (972) 289-3063
Mrs. Jesus Terrazas, 10524 San Springs Ave, Dallas, TX 75227-7113
Friendship, 820 Pioneer Rd, TX 75149-5259, (972) 285-4544
Bob D. Whitten, 1829 Bette Dr, Mesquite, TX 75149-6203, (972) 222-3880
Sally Kennedy, 1552 N Galloway Ave Apt 412, Mesquite, TX 75149-, (214) 208-5717
Gethsemane, 2523 Clay Mathis Rd, TX 75181-1811, (972) 222-0864
Jerry D. Brown, 2305 Lesley Lane, Mesquite, TX 75181-2213, (972) 289-4938
Jane Kennemer, 707 Lindo Dr, Mesquite, TX 75149-5160, (972) 285-1230
7569
Shiloh Road, 4105 Ashwood Dr, TX 75150-1910, (972) 270-7070
Thomas O. Bedingfield, 760 Pebble Creek Lane, Rockwall, TX 75032-6853, (972) 722Jo Gillmen, 4527 Preston Trail Dr, Mesquite, TX 75150-1989, (972) 948-3112
MEXIA
Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana Mission, PO Box 565, TX 76667-0565, (254) 562-7903
Alejo Salas, 1029 E Titus, Mexia, TX 76607-3484, (254) 562-7903
Church Clerk, PO Box 565, Mexia, TX 76667-0565
Temple, 719 S Red River St, TX 76667-3456, (254) 562-6314
Michael Vestal, 706 E Main, Mexia, TX 76667-3348, (254) 472-9093
Barbara Duke, 12035 FM 638, Dawson, TX 76639-3159, (903) 673-2679
MIDLOTHIAN
Calvary, PO Box 943, TX 76065-0943, (972) 775-8722
Larry Pool, 111 Sequoia Ct, Midlothian, TX 76065-7207, (972) 723-1775
Sherrie Hutson, 1591 S 9th St, Midlothian, TX 76065-1992, (972) 775-8722
Hopewell, PO Box 523, TX 76065-0523, (214) 460-7933
George Ketcham, 3414 Kent St, Midlothian, TX 76065-8712, (972) 775-5685
Julie Gary, 1517 Ridgecrest Dr, Midlothian, TX 76065-2020, (972) 723-3874
MINEOLA
Mount Enterprise, 1638 County Road 2954, TX 75410-5547, (903) 569-2124
C/O Charles Meyers, Jr, 1638 County Road 2954, Alba, TX 75410-5547, (903) 569-2124
359
Church Clerk, PO Box 162, Mineola, TX 75773-0162
Calvary, 2803 FM 779, TX 75773-3295, (903) 967-2210
Donald Ray Masters, PO Box 824, Quitman, TX 75783-0824, (903) 763-2309
Jan Owens, 1044 County Road 2220, Mineola, TX 75773-6660, (903) 569-9387
Central, 602 N LiNE St, TX 75773-1230, (903) 569-3203
Merle Parker, 1605 N US Highway 69, Mineola, TX 75773-3733, (903) 569-3568
Berenda Mewborn, 720 County Road 2774, Mineola, TX 75773-5036, (903) 569-9303
Macedonia, 1555 County Road 3875, TX 75773-5173, (903) 769-5618
Thomas Ricks, 612 FM 49, Mineola, TX 75773-3432, (903) 569-5548
Deborah A Peek, 1555 County Road 3875, Mineola, TX 75773-5173, (903) 857-2242
Mount Pisgah, 4995 FM 49, TX 75773-3811, (903) 857-2541
Randy Johnson, PO Box 691, Quitman, TX 75783-0691, (903) 967-2588
Carol Taylor, PO Box 1424, Quitman, TX 75783-1424, (903) 967-3205
New Hope, 3855 FM 1801, TX 75773-4756, (903) 569-3760
Fred Morrow, PO Box 554, Quitman, TX 75783-0554, (903) 967-3433
Patti Sparkman, 1805 County Road 2700, Mineola, TX 75773-4923, (903) 569-3763
Rose Hill, 1420 County Road 2460, TX 75773-6840, (903) 780-5702
Roy Stephens, 227 Sue Lane, Mineola, TX 75773-1331, (903) 780-5702
Jennifer Davidson, 213 Private Road 6624, Mineola, TX 75773-4600, (903) 497-7233
Sand Springs, PO Box 467, TX 75773-0467, (903) 569-9350
Nick Kerry, PO Box 97, Golden, TX 75444-0097, (903) 768-3239
Patricia Damron, 167 County Road 2333, Mineola, TX 75773-3229, (903) 569-3504
MORTON
First Missionary, PO Box 981, TX 79346-0981, (806) 266-5286
C/O Betty Hudson, 506 E Garfield Ave, Morton, TX 79346-4105, (806) 266-5705
Betty Hudson, 506 E Garfield Ave, Morton, TX 79346-4105, (806) 266-5705
MT PLEASANT
Calvary, PO Box 1142, TX 75456-1142, (903) 572-7677
Jay Miller, PO Box 1063, Mt Vernon, TX 75457-1063, (903) 632-9027
Betty Reese 155 County Road 1609, Mt Pleasant, TX 75455-7546, (903) 572-7641
South Jefferson, PO Box 928, TX 75456-0928, (903) 572-2006
Tommy Oglesby, PO Box 928, Mt Pleasant, TX 75456-0928, (903) 572-8351
Nancy Taylor, 2846 County Road 4660, Mt Pleasant, TX 75455-8239, (903) 575-7903
MT VERNON
Meadow Park, PO Box 545, TX 75457-0545, (903) 537-4867
Craig Stuart, 1550 County Road 3385, Saltillo, TX 75478-4436, (903) 466-3597
Traci Stuart, 1550 County Road 3385, Saltillo, TX 75478-4436, (903) 537-2200
MULESHOE
Richland Hills, PO Box 352, TX 79347-0352, (806) 272-4813
Larry Thornton, 1908 W Avenue F, Muleshoe, TX 79347-4238, (806) 272-3784
Jimmie Kay Moore, PO Box 352, Muleshoe, TX 79347-0352, (806) 272-8966
MURCHISON
360
Pleasant Ridge, 8810 County Road 3816, TX 75752-6807, (903) 469-3553
Bobby Myers, PO Box 163, Bullard, TX 75757-0163, (903) 894-3608
Ann McCall, 8810 County Road 3816, Athens, TX 75752-6807
NACOGDOCHES
Antioch, 217 County Road 392, TX 75961-7189, (936) 362-2372
Stephen Price, 3526 W Meadow St, Nacogdoches, TX 75965-2423, (903) 456-5946
Connie Curtis, PO Box 494, Chireno, TX 75937-0494, (936) 362-9276
Faithview, 5105 Old Lufkin Rd, TX 75964-7556
C/O Deloris Brandon, 5105 Old Lufkin Rd, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-7556
Deloris Brandon, 5105 Old Lufkin Rd, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-7556, Gravel Ridge, 2897 County Road 723, TX 75964-1928, (936) 564-5972
Jerry Manis, 7971 State Highway 315, Longbranch, TX 75669-0335, (936) 615-6219
Becki Collins, 2897 County Road 723, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-1928, (936) 564-5972
Harmony, PO Box 635072, TX 75964-5072, (936) 569-7381
Tim Brewer, 177 County Road 5023, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-8734, (936) 569-4785
B. J. Pitts, 17617 N US Highway 59, Garrison, TX 75946-7917, (936) 462-9290
5332
Mahl, 12304 US Highway 259, TX 75965-8226, (936) 564-7006
Robert B. Easterling, 12645 US Highway 259, Nacogdoches, TX 75965-8222, (936) 564-
8674
Pleasant Hill, PO Box 632070, TX 75963-2070, (936) 559-5445
John Spurgeon, 4850 FM 2864, Nacogdoches, TX 75965-8462, (936) 552-6806
Nancy Frederick, 11805 US Highway 59 N, Nacogdoches, TX 75965-8260, (936) 559-
Red Flat, 1918 County Road 833, TX 75964-4789, (936) 564-4248
Lee Ray Best, PO Box 5, Alto, TX 75925-0005, (936) 858-3460
Katha Lock, 17151 County Road 3155, Mt EnterpriSE TX 75681-6826, (903) 822-3648
Spring Hill, 1648 County Road 384, TX 75961-7150
Don Chumley, 2054 County Road 234, Nacogdoches, TX 75961-0365, (936) 462-2408
Ozeda Lynch, 1648 County Road 384, Nacogdoches, TX 75961-7150, (936) 362-2101
University, 2505 North St, TX 75965-3500, (936) 564-7122
Jason Lott, 141 Brooks Lane, Brookeland, TX 75964-1786, (936) 275-6565
Sheryl Hunter, 177 County Road 8211, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-2726, (936) 569-9609
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West Side, 3109 Durst St, TX 75964-5603, (936) 564-0713
Jerry L. Wilson, 2018 Westview Dr, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-4877, (936) 564-9774
Lydia Richardson/Angie King, 3109 Durst St, Nacogdoches, TX 75964-5603, (936) 564-
Pat Tarpley, 9617 US Highway 259, Nacogdoches, TX 75965-0820, (936) 564-6973
NEW BOSTON
Faith Missionary, 301 N Bowie, TX 75570-2506, (903) 628-3395
Brent Riddle, 303 N Bowie, New Boston, TX 75570-2506, (903) 628-3395
Joyce Hartline, 1853 S St Highway 8, New Boston, TX 75570-4130, (903) 628-5052
NEW CANEY
First, PO Box 1027, TX 77357-1027, (281) 399-9930
361
Jonathan W. Fitzgerald, 22502 Foster Park Ct, Porter, TX 77365-7404
Karen Rice, 10754 White Rock Rd, Conroe, TX 77306-7667, (936) 231-3203
NEW SUMMERFIELD
First, PO Box 277, TX 75780-0277, (903) 726-3398
David Hellwig, 1117 Moore St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5405, (501) 626-0156
Amy Fickey, 1382 FM 856 N, Troup, TX 75780-0254, (903) 726-3345
NEW WAVERLY
New Hope, 3400 FM 2693 W, TX 77358-5669, (936) 767-4742
Paul Corley, 118 PiNE Ridge Lane, Huntsville, TX 77340-2549, (936) 295-5092
Vida Teel, 252 Teel Lane, New Waverly, TX 77358-5840, (936) 767-8185
Pine Valley, 500 Big Woods Rd, TX 77358-9504
Bob Hunt, 500 Big Woods Rd, New Waverly, TX 77358-9504, (936) 377-4206
Tammy Pursley, 4991 FM 2693 W, New Waverly, TX 77358-5696
NEWTON
Newton Missionary, PO Box D, TX 75966-1330, (409) 379-5859
C/O Paula Odom, 267 County Road 3059, Kirbyville, TX 75956-5328, (409) 382-3859
Paula Odom, 267 County Road 3059, Kirbyville, TX 75956-5328, (409) 382-3859
NOCONA
Northside Landmark, PO Box 225, TX 76255-0225
C/O Minnie Corley, PO Box 234, Nocona, TX 76255-0234, (940) 825-6761
Minnie Corley, PO Box 234, Nocona, TX 76255-0234, (940) 825-6761
NORMANGEE
Harmony, PO Box 388, TX 77871-0388, (936) 396-6300
Donald Swindol, 4110 N Texas Ave, Bryan, TX 77803-0559, (979) 778-4679
Bertha Hammock, 2276 King Rd, North Zulch, TX 77872-6016, (936) 399-2577
Sand Prairie, PO Box 100, TX 77872-0100
Johnnie Lee Crocker, 1200 Springfield Rd, Normangee, TX 77871-4130, (936) 399-4716
Beverly A. Plotts, 1514 Holomon Lane, Normangee, TX 77871-4230, (936) 396-3801
Union, PO Box 216, TX 77871-0216, (936) 396-3213
Kerry Stroud, 2230 Musgrove Rd, Normangee, TX 77871-5272, (936) 422-2492
Jessica Dainty, 4189 Quiet Waters, North Zulch, TX 77872-6638
OAKHURST
Center Hill, PO Box 190, TX 77359-0190, (936) 377-4465
Bryan Waddell, 230 Waterwood, Huntsville, TX 77320-9646
Peggy Pierce, 1701 Pierce Rd, Oakhurst, TX 77359-4249, (936) 377-4731
ORANGE
Bethel, 2906 Western Ave, TX 77630-6174, (409) 883-4822
C/O Lola Day, 3106 Elm St, Orange, TX 77630-1276, (409) 886-0280
Lola Day, 3106 Elm St, Orange, TX 77630-1276, (409) 886-0280
ORE CITY
Coffeeville, 13621 State Highway 155 N, TX 75683-3689, (903) 968-6255
Jack Hoffpauir, 106 Summit Dr, Gilmer, TX 75644-7908, (903) 843-3388
Janice Walker, 13621 St Highway 155 N, Ore City, TX 75683-3689, (903) 968-6705
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PADUCAH
Missionary, PO Box 843, TX 79248-0843, (806) 492-3261
Ronnie Valentine, PO Box 836, Paducah, TX 79248-0836, (806) 492-2727
Rue Young, PO Box 564, Paducah, TX 79248-0564, (806) 492-3224
PALESTINE
Antioch, 139 An County Road 389, TX 75801-1812, (903) 724-5633
Fred Neal, 139 An County Road 389, PalestiNE, TX 75801-1812, (903) 922-6977
Kathy Nichols, 761 FM 1137, PalestiNE, TX 75801-1988, (903) 729-5249
Sheridan Terrace, 117 Romallen Dr, TX 75801-4039, (903) 723-0159
Jacob Richardson, 113 Romallen Dr, PalestiNE, TX 75801-4039, (903) 723-1567
Barbara Brown, 116 Clearview Dr, PalestiNE, TX 75803-5616, (903) 729-6218
Walston Springs, 1789 FM 2419, TX 75801-0807, (903) 729-4484
Michael W. Moore, Interim, 7015 Pinetex, Humble, TX 77396-2657, (281) 441-3068
Ruth Ann Moore, 2159 W FM 320, PalestiNE, TX 75803-4559, (903) 729-3547
PALMER
First, PO Box 70, TX 75152-0070, (972) 845-2199
C/O Teel Witt, PO Box 503, Palmer, TX 75152-0503, (972) 935-2473
Teel Witt, PO Box 503, Palmer, TX 75152-0503, (972) 935-2473
PHARR
Anchor Bible, PO Box 4494, TX 78504-4494, (956) 687-9060
John Tisdale, 2609 Lake Shore Dr, Edinburg, TX 78539-7711, (956) 330-2298
Debbie Grant, 1418 Larkspur Ave, Mcallen, TX 78501-3847
PICKTON
Caney, 344 Hickory Creek Dr, TX 75482-1306, (903) 438-0240
James A. Henry, 344 Hickory Creek Dr, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-1306, (903) 438-0240
Patsy Bolton, 600 Vonda Dr, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-5046, (903) 885-4504
Winterfield, 1675 County Road 2400, TX 75471-4124
Jack Culpepper, 947 County Road 2400, Pickton, TX 75471-4120, (903) 866-0409
June Brumley, 1675 County Road 2400, Pickton, TX 75471-4124
PITTSBURG
Bethel, PO Box 924, TX 75686-0924, (903) 856-5650
Chris Jones, 611 Cypress St, Pittsburg, TX 75686-1107, (903) 245-5668
Janice McKee, 32 County Road 2613, Pittsburg, TX 75686-3742, (903) 856-6889
Brumley, 3816 Turtle Rd, TX 75686-7957, (903) 762-2427
C/O Teressa Senn, 5925 Fox Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-5015
Teressa Senn, 5925 Fox Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-5015
County Line #2, 14992 FM 557 E, TX 75686-5468
Larry R. Smith, PO Box 131, Gilmer, TX 75644-0131, (903) 797-6345
Ethel Thomas, 15067 FM 557, Pittsburg, TX 75686-5469, (903) 968-8544
Cross Roads, 200 Highland Dr, TX 75686-9070, (903) 856-2749
Greg Miller, 503 Lafayette St, Pittsburg, TX 75686-1713, (903) 399-6100
Patsy Bishop, 200 Highland Dr, Pittsburg, TX 75686-9070, (903) 856-2749
Ebenezer Friendship, 1597 County Road 2120, TX 75686-3697
363
Mike Hall, 210 County Road 4231, Mount Pleasant, TX 75455-8876, (903) 767-5620
Linda Richardson, 1597 County Road 2120, Pittsburg, TX 75686-3697, (903) 856-6455
Fellowship, PO Box 1120, TX 75686-1120, (903) 856-5270
David Kizer, 2230 County Road 1330, Pittsburg, TX 75686-6272, (903) 856-9255
Belinda Busbee, 275 County Road 1310, Pittsburg, TX 75686-6112, (903) 856-6329
Macedonia, PO Box 685, TX 75686-0685, (903) 856-3557
Randy Stracener, 1298 FM 2088, Gilmer, TX 75644-5540, (903) 762-6338
Margie Horn, 24 Private Rd 52042, Pittsburg, TX 75686-4371, (903) 856-0290
Matinburg, PO Box 502, TX 75686-0502
Roy Elledge, 8302 Cherokee Trace, Gilmer, TX 75744-5502, (903) 762-6158
Rose Mary Elledge, 2308 Bear Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-5178
PLAINVIEW
Colonial, 910 Kokomo St, TX 79072-7020, (806) 296-2525
C/O Michelle White, 4109 Villa Dr, Plainview, TX 79072-1303, (806) 296-2525
Michelle White, 4109 Villa Dr, Plainview, TX 79072-1303, (806) 296-2525
PLANO
Chinese Gospel Mission, 405 Waterford Cir, TX 76014-1140
Jack Bateman, 405 Waterford Cir, Arlington, TX 76014-1140, (817) 265-0978
Church Clerk, 405 Waterford Cir, Arlington, TX 76014-1140
POLLOK
O'Quinn, 7433 US Highway 69 N, TX 75969-4579, (936) 853-2319
Keith Wolf, 7433 US Highway 69 N, Pollok, TX 75969-4579, (936) 853-2319
Linda Thigpen, 7433 US Highway 69 N, Pollok, TX 75969-4579, (936) 853-2319
Redtown, PO Box 268, TX 75969-0268, (936) 853-2414
Ross Black, PO Box 151222, Lufkin, TX 75915-1222, (936) 853-2395
Brenda Black, PO Box 151222, Lufkin, TX 75915-1222, (936) 853-2395
PORT ARTHUR
Bethel, 6247 Garnet Ave, TX 77640-1303, (409) 736-2672
Jim Lea, 6249 Garnet Ave, Port Arthur, TX 77640-1303, (409) 736-2672
Jackie Kirkgard, 6440 Diamond Ave, Port Arthur, TX 77640-1211, (409) 548-0936
First Berean, PO Box 805, TX 77642-2105, (409) 962-1190
James H. Schafer, 3548 Drexel Ave, Port Arthur, TX 77642-2430, (409) 960-6677
Elizabeth Baxley, PO Box 805, Groves, TX 77619-0805, (409) 962-1190
PORTER
Church At Valley Ranch Mission, PO Box 1730, TX 77365-1730, (832) 799-3513
Gary Southard, 18366 Hollow Oaks Cir, Porter, TX 77365-6510, (832) 231-6056
Evergreen, PO Box 1314, TX 77365-1314, (281) 354-5055
Ralph Salinas, PO Box 1314, Porter, TX 77365-1314, (713) 681-0627
Frankie Milley, PO Box 1314, Porter, TX 77365-1314, (713) 444-1074
Lifequest Community Church, PO Box 1730, TX 77365-1730, (281) 354-5445
Russell Johnston, 18402 YellowstoNE Trl, Humble, TX 77346-3045, (713) 367-5840
Church Clerk, PO Box 1730, Porter, TX 77365-1730
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PURDON
Shady Grove, 10040 SW County Road 4220, TX 76679-3157, (903) 673-2301
Brian Upchurch, 10040 SW County Road 4220, Purdon, TX 76679-3157, (903) 673-2301
Holly Upchurch, 10040 SW County Road 4220, Purdon, TX 76679-3157, (903) 673-2301
QUITMAN
Clover Hill, PO Box 1426, TX 75783-1426
Mark Bradberry, 1521 FM 2225, Quitman, TX 75783-3400, (903) 878-2438
Debra Kinsey, 135 County Road 3220, Quitman, TX 75783-5399, (903) 967-2584
Ebenezer, PO Box 995, TX 75783-0995, (903) 967-2848
John Skelton, 1560 County Road 4490, Winnsboro, TX 75494-8922, (903) 365-2465
Helen Blair, 539 County Road 3160, Quitman, TX 75783-5721, (903) 967-2461
Forest Hill, 1880 N State Highway 37, TX 75783-5191, (903) 967-3420
James Wheat, 135 County Road 2310, Mineola, TX 75773-3735, (903) 569-3157
Clara Ziegler, 738 County Road 4800, Winnsboro, TX 75494-4616, (903) 629-7825
Hubbard Chapel, PO Box 1520, TX 75783-1520, (903) 967-2210
Rick Ellington, PO Box 1520, Quitman, TX 75783-1520
Carolyn Saxon, 2970 County Road 3250, Quitman, TX 75783-5264, (903) 967-2423
Myrtle Springs, 2185 FM 2225, TX 75783-3407, (903) 878-2504
Heith Mitchell, 2190 FM 2225, Quitman, TX 75783-3407, (903) 878-2837
Pam Ziegler, 1309 W State Highway 154, Quitman, TX 75783-5608, (903) 878-2588
RED OAK
First, 103 W Red Oak Rd, TX 75154-8335, (972) 617-3591
Rusty Shuler, 103 W Red Oak Rd, Red Oak, TX 75154-8335, (972) 617-3591
Melva Sutherland, 103 W Red Oak Rd, Red Oak, TX 75154-8335, (972) 617-3591
RICE
First, PO Box 188, TX 75155-0188, (903) 326-4529
Eddie Ballard, 228 Bear Trail, Waxahachie, TX 75165-8770, (936) 635-4195
Gale Greeson, PO Box 188, Rice, TX 75155-0188, (214) 799-9244
ROBERT LEE
Pecan, PO Box 542, TX 76945-0542, (325) 456-2065
Bill Hood, PO Box 724, Robert Lee, TX 76945-0724, (325) 453-2065
Donna Waldrop, PO Box 542, Robert Lee, TX 76945-0542, (325) 453-2381
ROSSER
First, PO Box 39, TX 75157-0039
Bill Calloway, 2802 Lake Bardwell Dr, Ennis, TX 75119-9507, (214) 725-4658
Billie Samford, PO Box 277, Rosser, TX 75158-0277, (972) 452-8748
ROWLETT
Crossroads, PO Box 1018, TX 75030-1018, (972) 475-1678
C/O Gene Wilkerson, 3506 Amber Ave, Rowlett, TX 75088-5859, (214) 771-2771
Gene Wilkerson, 3506 Amber Ave, Rowlett, TX 75088-5859, (214) 771-2771
Lighthouse Missionary, 8000 Miller Rd, TX 75088-6613, (972) 412-5732
Tommy Jenkins, Sr., 3102 University Dr, Rowlett, TX 75088-5638, (972) 475-0220
Ann Parsons, 8000 Miller Rd, Rowlett, TX 75088-6613
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Woodcreek Bible, 3200 S FM 548, TX 75030-4778, (214) 957-8622
Aaron Ott, 3200 S FM 548, RoySE City, TX 75030-4778, (214) 543-9836
Charles Bryant, 2340 Drain Dr, St Paul, TX 75098-7838, (972) 429-5610
RUSK
Mount Cove, 447 County Road 2522, TX 75785-5516, (903) 683-5640
Floyd R. Gaston, 12409 State Highway 135 N, Troup, TX 75789-8117, (903) 842-4203
Vivian Vaught, 447 County Road 2522, Rusk, TX 75785-5516, (903) 683-5640
SACUL
Sacul, PO Box 8, TX 75788-0008
Marshall Ratliff, 2708 N FM 225, Douglass, TX 75943-3509, (936) 715-9130
Virginia Mixon, 23050 FM 343, Cushing, TX 75760-4954, (936) 326-4256
SAINT JO
Saint Jo Landmark, PO Box 338, TX 76265-0338
Ricky L. Kerr, 1091 County Road 345, Forestburg, TX 76239-2152, (940) 964-2325
Lottie Pitman, 601 S Line St, Saint Jo, TX 79265-2148, (940) 995-2879
SAN ANGELO
Grace Temple, 105 Guthrie St, TX 76901-3527
George F. Cooper, 105 Guthrie St, San Angelo, TX 76901-3527, (325) 658-7352
Chelsea Smith, 105 Guthrie St, San Angelo, TX 76901-3527, (325) 949-0713
SAN ANTONIO
Celebration Bible Church, 110 Yosemite Dr, TX 78232-1323, (210) 494-2667
Kenneth J. Johnson, 110 Yosemite Dr, San Antonio, TX 78232-1323, (210) 723-9673
Rhonda Johnson, 110 Yosemite Dr, San Antonio, TX 78232-1323, (210) 494-2552
SAN AUGUSTINE
Attoyac, RR 4 Box 5595, TX 75972-9161
Milton Poindexter, RR 4 Box 5595, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-9161
James Norton, 172 County Road 3122, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-5661, (936) 275-9863
Bethel, 4839 FM 1992, TX 75972-6628, (936) 275-5740
Gerald Sowell, 4839 FM 1992, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-6628, (936) 275-2282
Margaret Chambless, 2593 FM 1992, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-9126, (936) 275-2061
Chinquapin, 395 County Road 4205, TX 75930-4906
Wayne L. Fowler, PO Box 550, Pineland, TX 75968-0550
Juanita Hall, 395 County Road 4205, Bronson, TX 75930-4906
Macune, PO Box 774, TX 75972-0774
Robert Lee, PO Box 774, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-0774
Mary Woods, RR 4 Box 2450, San AugustiNE, TX 75972-9114, (936) 275-9485
Shiloh, RR 3 Box 291, TX 75972-9234, (936) 275-5463
Randy Mills, RR 3 Box 291, San Augustine, TX 75972-9234, (936) 275-5490
Rose Oliver, 215 County Road 243, Center, TX 75935-2940, (936) 275-5693
SANTA ANNA
Northside, PO Box 415, TX 76878-0415, (325) 348-3440
Marvin J. Hale, 309 W Walnut St, Coleman, TX 76834-4141, (325) 625-5320
Cathy Hale, PO Box 415, Santa Anna, TX 76878-0415, (325) 636-3396
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SCURRY
Beautiful Acres, 15113 N 2nd St, TX 75158-4140, (903) 498-2020
Shawn Garrett, 15653 S 2nd St, Scurry, TX 75158-5141, (903) 498-2021
Linda Maston, 15351 S 3rd, Scurry, TX 75158-5119, (903) 498-7253
Grays Prairie, 12217 S FM 148, TX 75158-3770, (972) 452-8901
C/O Estelle Sutton, 9360 Poe Lane, Scurry, TX 75158-4752
Estelle Sutton, 9360 Poe Lane, Scurry, TX 75158-4752, Mount Olive, PO Box 99, TX 75158-0099, (972) 452-8585
Garris Baggett, PO Box 99, Scurry, TX 75158-0099, (972) 452-8745
Robin Andrews, 815 S 4th St, Crandall, TX 75114-2815, (214) 796-0106
SEAGOVILLE
Bethel, 601 N Kaufman St, TX 75159-3747, (972) 287-7219
Terry Moore, 601 N Kaufman St, Seagoville, TX 75159-3747, (940) 337-8584
Margrette Traister, 3190 Bois D'arc Rd, Seagoville, TX 75159-4742
SEVEN POINTS
First, PO Box 43785, TX 75143-8511, (903) 432-2074
David Lewis, 401 Mary Joe Rd, Kemp, TX 75143-8358, (903) 432-2930
Joyce Mccollum, PO Box 43785, Seven Points, TX 75143-8511
Friendship, PO Box 43560, TX 75143-3560, (903) 432-4499
Curtis Mathis, PO Box 43560, Seven Points, TX 75143-3560
Vicki Hatcher, PO Box 43560, Seven Points, TX 75143-3560
SHERMAN
Merriman Hills, 2105 S Dewey Ave, TX 75090-8206, (903) 893-5731
Michael W. Perry, 1018 S Crockett St, Sherman, TX 75092-8512, (903) 892-4317
Virginia Perry, 1018 S Crockett St, Sherman, TX 75090-8512, (903) 892-4317
SLATON
Twenty-First Street, PO Box 457, TX 79364-0457, (806) 828-5491
Ronnie Ledbetter, Interim, PO Box 457, Slaton, TX 79364-0457, (806) 781-2120
Mary Lou Reed, 10903 E Highway 84, Slaton, TX 79364-7209, (806) 828-5140
SOMERVILLE
Centro De Vida, 101 Shady Acres Ln Apt 19a, TX 77833-1428
Francisco Carrillo, 101 Shady Acres Ln Apt 19a, Brenham, TX 77833-1428, (979) 2244123
Claudia Saldierna, 101 Shady Acres Ln Apt 19a, Brenham, TX 77833-1428
SOUTHLAKE
Lonesome Dove, 2380 Lonesome Dove Rd, TX 76092-3318, (817) 488-9568
Jason Daughtry, 2380 Lonesome Dove Rd, Southlake, TX 76092-3318, (619) 578-1317
Cherie Johnson, 2380 Lonesome Dove Rd, Southlake, TX 76092-3318, (817) 488-9568
SPLENDORA
First Missionary, PO Box 412, TX 77372-0412, (281) 689-6396
William V. Whaley, PO Box 412, Splendora, TX 77372-0412, (713) 697-1001
Karen Moody, 18060 Pickering Rd, Conroe, TX 77302-6330, Woodland, PO Box 611, TX 77372-0611, (281) 689-3835
Wyatt Mericle, 24530 FM 2090, Splendora, TX 77372-3716, (281) 689-1186
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Margaret Keen, PO Box 991, Splendora, TX 77372-0991, (281) 593-1547
SPRING
Church At Creeks End, 20010 Kuykendahl Rd, TX 77379-3306, (281) 353-7887
Bobby Martin, 20010 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, TX 77379-3306, (281) 353-7887
Paulette Cato, 20010 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, TX 77379-3306, (281) 353-7887
SPRINGTOWN
Bethel, PO Box 8, TX 76082-0008, (817) 220-4238
C/O Linda Autry, PO Box 1561, Springtown, TX 76082-1561, (817) 629-1822
Linda Autry, PO Box 1561, Springtown, TX 76082-1561, (817) 629-1822
Union, 3451 Sarra Lane, TX 76082-7603, (817) 613-1441
Joel Swofford, PO Box 762, Springtown, TX 76082-0762, (817) 673-9346
Stella Nickolson, 208 Kelly Brook Lane, Weatherford, TX 76087-5401, (817) 594-2317
STREETMAN,
Caney, 432 County Road 1090, TX 75859-5204
Dan Vail, 230 County Road 185, Streetman, TX 75859-0000, (903) 599-2707
Pam Elliott, 432 County Road 1090, Streetman, TX 75859-2219, (903) 599-2212
New Hope, PO Box 215, TX 75859-0215, (903) 599-3364
Elton B. McCann, 15675 US Highway 79 E, Jacksonville, TX 75766-8001, (903) 586-0133
Lynette Engelholm, 181 Jan Dr, Streetman, TX 75859-3275, (903) 389-5935
SULPHUR SPRINGS
Beckham, 375 County Road 4763, TX 75482-1276, (903) 885-6760
Gary C. Thompson, 375 County Road 4763, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-1276, (903) 8856760
Bonnie Chester, 1625 County Road 4586, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-0834, (903) 9452710
Davis Street, 427 Gilmer St, TX 75482-4048, (903) 885-5991
Andrew Jack Comer, 103 Jonas St, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-3517, (903) 330-9811
Sandra Pierson, 109 Hollie Cir, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-4870, (903) 243-7189
Lake Highlands, PO Box 441, TX 75483-0441, (903) 885-9188
Chad Calhoun, PO Box 198, Sulphur Springs, TX 75483-0198, (903) 918-5212
Mary Fleming, 1608 Irwin Lane, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-4849, (903) 885-2980
North Liberty, 1101 County Road 3506, TX 75482-1552
James B. Tomlinson, 4204 FM 3236, Dike, TX 75437-3453, (903) 945-3348
Frankie Miller, 105 County Road 3515, Dike, TX 75437-4828
8564
Peerless, 5385 County Road 4744, TX 75482-0955
Troy L. Martin, 5385 County Road 4744, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-0955, (903) 885-
Rockdale, 6346 County Road 1100, TX 75482-7112, (903) 885-5647
Paul D. Sartor, 6346 County Road 1100, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-7112, (903) 348-4290
Madeline Sue Sartor, 6346 County Road 1100, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-7112
Opal Scott, 5385 County Road 4744, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-0955
SUNNYVALE
Long Creek, PO Box 850121, TX 75185-0121, (972) 226-1969
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Donald R. Ivey, 325 Kimberly Dr, Mesquite, TX 75149-2522, (972) 289-8139
Jeriann Lee, 405 Futrelle St, Mesquite, TX 75149-4425
TALCO
First, PO Box 687, TX 75487-0687, (903) 379-3321
Michael Mars, PO Box 687, Talco, TX 75487-0687, (903) 379-3321
Ann Roberts, 7099 County Road 1905, Talco, TX 75487-5416, (903) 379-6421
TEAGUE
Cedar Creek, PO Box 746, TX 75860-0746, (254) 739-3147
Bart Herrington, 1119 Moore St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5405, (501) 827-0475
Donna Eubanks, 410 S FM 80, Teague, TX 75860-6062, (254) 739-3795
Eighth Avenue, 201 S 8th Ave, TX 75860-1807, (254) 739-2450
Steve Cowart, 720 Elm St, Teague, TX 75860-1818, (254) 739-2164
Caron Winfree, 225 County Road 712, Teague, TX 75860-3089, (254) 739-3624
Freestone, 738 FM 80 S, TX 75860-9634, (254) 739-5664
Paul D. Heuermann, 736 FM 80 S, Teague, TX 75860-9634, (254) 739-5664
Nora Atchley, 281 County Road 701, Teague, TX 75860-3019, (903) 389-5768
TENAHA
Folsom, 6411 FM 2026, TX 75974-2546
Bob Russell, 6411 FM 2026, Tenaha, TX 75974-2546
Angela Latham, RR 1 Box 144, Tenaha, TX 75974-9749
Old Center, 7086 FM 699, TX 75974-6852, (936) 248-2796
James Granberry, 2050 County Road 430, Tenaha, TX 75974-6297, (936) 248-4222
Kristy Essery, 7233 FM 699, Tenaha, TX 75974-6857, (936) 248-3834
Ramah, 131 County Road 4475, TX 75974-4515, (936) 248-6432
Keith Keele, 131 County Road 4475, Teneha, TX 75974-4515, (936) 248-6432
Vonda Black, 1126 W Sabine, Carthage, TX 75633-2838, (903) 692-9495
TERRELL
First Missionary, PO Box 728, TX 75160-0011, (972) 563-6000
William E. 'Bill' Jackson, 1011 Ross St, Terrell, TX 75160-5026, (972) 563-0740
Sylvia Weaver, 11073 County Road 378, Terrell, TX 75032-5436, (469) 877-7552
The Refuge Mission, PO Box 2068, TX 75160-2068
Todd Cox, PO Box 2068, Terrell, TX 75160-2068, (214) 727-8631
TEXARKANA
First Bikers, PO Box 3614, TX 75504-3614, (903) 838-6319
Matthew Butler, PO Box 3614, Texarkana, TX 75504-3614, (903) 908-4656
Debbie Taylor, 921 Shorthorn Dr, Texarkana, AR 71854-9372, (870) 772-7105
Hillcrest, 5501 W 7th St, TX 75501-5935, (903) 838-7035
Marty Claiborne, 5501 W Seventh St, Texarkana, TX 75501-9521, (903) 838-7035
Sheila Mahar, 2302 E Ave B, Hooks, TX 75561-5222, (903) 701-1009
Richmond Road, 5805 Richmond Rd, TX 75503-0454, (903) 832-2063
Joshua McDonald, 9010 Holmes Ln Unit 14, Texarkana, TX 75503-1058, (817) 233-4049
Beth Fischer, 317 Edgewood Lane, Wake Village, TX 75501-8609, (903) 838-0965
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Spring Lake, 4601 Texas Blvd, TX 75503-3075, (903) 794-5327
Randy Shepherd, 5501 Cliffwood Dr, Texarkana, AR 71854-9491, (870) 772-2444
Christie Pinnell, 1219 Trinity St, Texarkana, TX 75503-2844, (903) 306-1644
TIMPSON
Buena Vista, 2904 County Road 4323, TX 75974-2003, (936) 254-3413
James Hall, 1149 County Road 4688, Gary, TX 75643-5339, (936) 254-3596
Deb Hall, 1149 County Road 4688, Gary, TX 75643-5339, (936) 254-3596
Good Hope, 1070 County Road 4778, TX 75975-3084
C/O Linsey Campbell, 285 County Road 4778, Timpson, TX 75975-3186, (936) 554-1309
Linsey Campbell, 285 County Road 4778, Timpson, TX 75975-3186, (936) 554-1309
Mount Olive, PO Box 513, TX 75975-0513, (903) 254-2822
Clifton Hughes, 14914 FM 138, Timpson, TX 75975-3114, (936) 254-2822
Kay Sanders, 7875 FM 415, Timpson, TX 75975-3482, (936) 254-3597
TOMBALL
Carrell Street, 819 Carrell St, TX 77375-4810, (281) 351-1013
Clarence Yordy, Interim, 156 Cutter Dr, Trinity, TX 75862-9214, (936) 594-2600
Melba Sanders, 14828 Olin Rd, Tomball, TX 77375-7779, (281) 516-4461
TRINIDAD
Calvary, PO Box 233, TX 75163-0233, (903) 778-2660
Jim Farmer, 429 SE County Road 3040, Corsicana, TX 75109-9582, (903) 874-6776
Sharon Martin, 209 Lynn St, Trinidad, TX 75163-7149
Lakeside, PO Box 471, TX 75163-0471, (903) 778-2873
Floyd C. Loven, PO Box 246, Trinidad, TX 75163-0246, (903) 778-2873
Judi Langford, PO Box 471, Trinidad, TX 75163-0471, (903) 778-2024
TROUP
Blackjack, PO Box 605, TX 75789-0605, (903) 842-2226
Clint Covington, PO Box 472, Troup, TX 75789-0472, (903) 842-4176
Peggy Hearn, 468 FM 2750 E, Troup, TX 75789-7156
Mixon, 8764 State Highway 135 N, TX 75789-8163, (903) 842-3208
Matthew Dean, 1500 Marvin St, Jacksonville, TX 75766-5409, (817) 564-1808
Frances King, 8764 State Highway 135 N, Troup, TX 75789-8163, (903) 842-3208
New Emmaus, 3140 FM 856 N, TX 75789-7966
Charles Mcfarland Jr, 4495 FM 856 N, Troup, TX 75789-8080, (903) 842-4387
Elizabeth Carpenter, 7355 County Road 4701, Troup, TX 75789-7922, (903) 842-4390
Union Grove, 23039 County Road 2159, TX 75789-6801, (903) 842-2590
James Norman, 10055 Shadow Wood Lane, WhitehouSE TX 75791-9374, (903) 839-2340
Elsie Welch, 23039 County Road 2159, Troup, TX 75789-6801, (903) 842-4833
West Duval, PO Box 574, TX 75789-0574, (903) 842-3744
Kenneth Buchanan, 603 W Duval St, Troup, TX 75789-1815, (903) 539-4560
Evelyn George, 22464 Old Tyler Hwy, Troup, TX 75789-5704
TYLER
Centro De Vida Mission, 1013 S Robertson Ave, TX 75701-2928, (903) 597-4999
Jaime Lengua, 1013 S Robertson Ave, Tyler, TX 75701-2928, (903) 592-8528
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Church Clerk, 1013 S Robertson Ave, Tyler, TX 75701-2928
Fair Park, 301 S Bruck Ave, TX 75702-6706
Keith Brown, 11476 Hollyridge Dr, Tyler, TX 75703-7808, (903) 581-9954
Lois M. Tucker, 818 Neches Dr, Tyler, TX 75702-8715, (903) 593-3547
New Harmony, 10251 FM 724, TX 75704-3405, (903) 593-5811
Robbie K. Caldwell, 11824 FM 724, Tyler, TX 75704-3430, (903) 539-7662
Gary Gilmore, 11330 County Road 42, Tyler, TX 75704-2622, (903) 530-2729
Pine Brook, 3606 Highway 110 N, TX 75704-6160, (903) 597-8608
David Martin, PO Box 494, Lindale, TX 75771-0494
Sue Grindle, 15298 Highway 64 W, Tyler, TX 75704-6432
Red Springs, 131 FM 16 W, TX 75706-2226, (903) 858-2365
Collin Jones, 17430 FM 14, Tyler, TX 75706-2404, (903) 363-8434
Flo Downing, 2963 FM 16 W, Tyler, TX 75706-2238, (903) 858-2268
WACO
Beacon Hill, PO Box 9080, TX 76714-9080, (254) 756-1649
Reggie Blake, 1301 Dendron Dr, Hewitt, TX 76643-3926, (254) 666-7550
Bettye Gordon, 305 Fannin Dr, Hewitt, TX 76643-3145, (254) 420-4233
WALLER
Faith Missionary, 20315 Stokes Rd, TX 77484-8757, (936) 372-5465
Ronald Namanny, 20315 Stokes Rd, Waller, TX 77484-8757, (423) 322-1705
Debra Petalcu, 20135 Stokes Rd, Waller, TX 77484-8725
WAXAHACHIE
Farley Street, 1116 Brown St, TX 75165-1953, (972) 937-4603
Richard W. Smith, 1116 Brown St, Waxahachie, TX 75165-1953, (972) 937-4603
Diane Nicol, 1231 W Highway 287 Byp Apt 105, Waxahachie, TX 75165-5033, (214) 4555042
Heritage, 1000 Butcher Rd, TX 75165-6078, (972) 938-1463
Sam Bradley, 1000 Butcher Rd, Waxahachie, TX 75165-6078, (972) 938-1463
Stephanie Rhynes, 1000 Butcher Rd, Waxahachie, TX 75165-6078, (972) 938-1463
Sardis, 118 Juniper St, TX 76063-1813
Roy Brashear, 310 Myrtle Ave, Waxahachie, TX 75165-4515, (972) 973-9863
Pam Whiteside, 118 Juniper St, Mansfield, TX 76063-1813, (817) 473-1709
WEATHERFORD
Freedom Baptist Fellowship, 1118 Oak Tree Lane, TX 76086-3958, (817) 613-8881
Bill Strickland, 1118 Oak Tree Lane, Weatherford, TX 76086-3958, (817) 341-7639
Leighann Amerson, 201 Blue Sky Lane, Springtown, TX 76082-7557, (817) 613-8881
WHITE OAK
Fellowship Missionary, 806 S Superior Rd, TX 75693-1920
David Whitfield, 604 SceyNE Rd, Kilgore, TX 75662-6116, (903) 986-3803
Linda Jones, 3651 FM 12552 W, Kilgore, TX 75662-4842
WHITEHOUSE
Hill Creek, PO Box 1287, TX 75791-1287
James C. Perryman, PO Box 1287, Whitehouse TX 75791-1287
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Katy Perryman, PO Box 1287, Whitehouse TX 75791-1287
WHITNEY
Prairie Valley, 741 HCR 2101, TX 76692-4860, (254) 694-2056
Russell Penney, 216a S San Antonio St, Whitney, TX 76692-2539, (254) 694-0252
Jean Parnell, 701 S San Antonio St, Whitney, TX 76692-2536, (254) 694-7610
Triangle Park, PO Box 1282, TX 76692-1282, (254) 694-2201
William T. 'Bill' Mayfield, PO Box 1282, Whitney, TX 76692-1282, (254) 694-3721
Jan Ward, PO Box 1282, Whitney, TX 76692-1282
WIERGATE
Weeks Chapel, PO Box 360, TX 75951-0360
Rayburn Pickering, 654 County Road 102, Jasper, TX 75951-6580
Dennis Maxwell, 183 Private Road 5019, Wiergate, TX 75977-4905, (409) 565-2866
WILLS POINT
Elwood, PO Box 536, TX 75169-0536, (903) 873-3156
C/O Yvette Lovell, 3921 VZ County Road 3710, Wills Point, TX 75169-6369, (903) 8964954
Yvette Lovell, 3921 VZ County Road 3710, Wills Point, TX 75169-6369, (903) 896-4954
Lifehouse Fellowship, PO Box 1486, TX 75103-8821, (903) 865-6111
Michael Stone, 334 Private Road 7005, Edgewood, TX 75117-5212, (903) 279-5868
Shirley Shaw, PO Box 1486, Canton, TX 75103-8821
Locust Grove, 13422 Hiram Rd, TX 75169-8659, (972) 551-1956
Mathew Ward, 15393 Armstrong Rd, Terrell, TX 75160-5902, (214) 477-8962
Helen Boothe, 14228 Hiram Rd, Wills Point, TX 75169-8636, (972) 563-3011
WINNSBORO
Coldwater, 1861 County Road 4510, TX 75494-8161
Donny Chamberlain, 1839 Lime Tree Rd, Gilmer, TX 75644-3706, (903) 725-5683
Wanda Patterson, 1861 County Road 4510, Winnsboro, TX 75494-8161, (903) 365-7139
Cross Roads, 1314 County Road 4870, TX 75494-5543, (903) 629-3784
Terry Bolton, 123 Charles St, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482-3501, (903) 885-8827
Charles R Busby, 185 County Road 1490, Como, TX 75431-2408, (903) 629-3609
East Point, PO Box 496, TX 75494-0496, (903) 629-3464
Bill Miller, 104 Royal Lane, Pittsburg, TX 75686-2112, (903) 855-0992
Diana McGovern, 5206 FM 2088, Winnsboro, TX 75494-5905, (903) 629-3541
Fellowship, 6347 FM 2088, TX 75494-5961, (903) 629-7852
Paul Chandler, 588 St Highway 155n Lot 22, Gilmer, TX 75644-5717, (903) 797-2466
Debbie Bunch, 1598 County Road 3978, Winnsboro, TX 75494-5220, (903) 857-2544
Little Hope, 621 N FM 312, TX 75494-7628
James Young, Jr., 621 N FM 312, Winnsboro, TX 75494-7628
Fay Whittiker, 621 N FM 312, Winnsboro, TX 75494-7628, (903) 857-2340
Pineview, 553 FM 1647, TX 75494-8945, (903) 365-2247
Ronny Spence, 1579 County Road 4490, Winnsboro, TX 75494-9998, (903) 365-7296
Barbara Shirley, 553 FM 1647, Winnsboro, TX 75494-8945, (903) 725-5700
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Sharon, 4496 N State Highway 37, TX 75494-6498, (903) 629-7207
Perry Shirley, 6940 State Highway 11 W, Pittsburg, TX 75686-7444, (906) 563-1984
Janelle Safford, 1067 County Road 4636, Winnsboro, TX 75494-7357, (903) 588-0073
Smyrna, PO Box 701, TX 75494-0701, (903) 365-7357
David W. Hendricks, 2260 County Road 1630, Quitman, TX 75783-5518, (903) 474-3373
Katie Thornton, 1782 County Road 4536, Winnsboro, TX 75494-7919, (903) 365-7357
Walnut Street, PO Box 587, TX 75494-0587, (903) 342-6193
David Taylor, 105 E PiNE St, Winnsboro, TX 75494-2626, (903) 342-6193
Amanda Banks, 2518 W FM 852, Winnsboro, TX 75494-4511, (903) 342-6193
ZAVALLA
Johnson, PO Box 23, TX 75980-0023, (936) 897-8147
Robert Horn, PO Box 282, Zavalla, TX 75980-0282, (936) 897-8147
Phyllis Gulley, 740 Guinn Rd, Zavalla, TX 75980-4608, (936) 897-2994
Solid Rock, PO Box 375, TX 75980-0375
Joel Hitchcock, PO Box 375, Zavalla, TX 75980-0375, (936) 897-2284
Cindy Foust, 763 Boonwood Rd, Huntington, TX 75949-3411, (936) 422-9692
VIRGINIA
HAMPTON
Peninsula, 24 Mary Ann Dr, VA 23666-1840, (757) 827-9016
Ralph Suggs, 24 Mary Ann Dr, Hampton, VA 23666-1840, (757) 876-8650
Brenda Suggs, 24 Mary Ann Dr, Hampton, VA 23666-1840, PASCO
WASHINGTON
Summit Baptist Mission, 5810 Austin Ct, WA 99301-9656
Brad Faulk, 5805 Thistledown Dr, Pasco, WA 99301-6025, (509) 542-5091
Church Clerk, 6626 Chapel Hill Blvd Apt I-105, Pasco, WA 99301-3770
PORT ORCHARD
Northwest, 1894 SE Sedgwick Rd Ste 104, WA 98366-9501, (360) 674-3483
Mike Rogers, 1894 SE Sedgwick Rd Ste 104, Port Orchard, WA 98366-9501
Church Clerk, 1894 SE Sedgwick Rd Ste 104, Port Orchard, WA 98366-9501
TACOMA
Grace, 7615 South A St, WA 98408-7006, (253) 475-6185
C/O Jaye Allen, 619 175th St S, Spanaway, WA 98387-9108, (253) 339-0658
Jaye Allen, 619 175th St S, Spanaway, WA 98387-9108, (253) 339-0658
WALLA WALLA
Eastgate, 1937 Portland Ave, WA 99362-2247, (509) 522-7778
Todd Blevins, 1937 Portland Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362-2247, (509) 240-2889
Linda Jenkins, 9375 Mill Creek Rd, Walla Walla, WA 99362-8443, (509) 525-9316
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