Features churches, missions, and organizations associated with the Baptist Missionary Association of America (BMAA). In 1950, the North American Baptist Association split from the American Baptist Association. At issue was the ABA's practice of seating messengers who were not members of the congregation which elected them. The present name was adopted in 1968. The BMAA is an association of independent conservative regular Baptist congregations. Like the ABA, the BMAA is a proponent of Landmarkism. The BMAA places high importance on missionary activity, and defends the eternal security of the believer.
Features the missions, education programs, churches, commissions, and history of this BMAA association.
Describes the purpose and ministries of the churches associated together and their mission work.
Jacksonville, TX. Features academics, admissions, religious studies, and Associate of Divinity, Bachelor of Arts in Religion, Master of Arts in Religion, and Master of Divinity degree programs.
Features radio and TV programs, ministries, and outreach programs by this broadcasting agency of the Baptist Missionary Association of America.
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