Welcome to the Pottawatomie-Lincoln Baptist Association website. Your interest in this ministry is really appreciated.

Our purpose is to glorify God by enabling each church to fulfill it's unique mission for Christ and provide channels for cooperative ministry. The association is focused on church planting through partnership Missions and church revitalization through training and consultation.

As you "click through" this site, please pray for God's favor upon each aspect of our work. And let us hear from you, if we can help you fulfill Christ's Great Commission.

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A Word of  Encouragement from our
Director of Missions

October is known for many things. Count them down: 10-Autumn leaves, 9-football season, 8–national seafood month, 7–fall beer festivals, 6–Halloween haunts again, 5–pumpkin spiced everything, 4–films without super heroes, 3–Presidential debates, 2–new season of T.V. shows and 1–Columbus Day. But did you know that October is also known (at least by Christian history) as “Reformation Day” (October 31).

  Reformation Day is a Protestant religious holiday celebrated on October 31 in remembrance of the onset of the Reformation. Traditionally, this day is widely held to be the day German monk Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five thesis on the door of the All Saints Church in Wittenberg. The day is celebrated especially by Lutheran and Reformed churches.

  In the United States, churches often transfer the holiday so it falls on the Sunday (Reformation Sunday) on or before October 31, with All Saints Day moved to the Sunday on or after November 1. For most churches in America today the observance of the Reformation is forgotten in history. Even so, we must never forget the significance of it. We should be thankful that the church came to recognize then, as we do today, THE JUST SHALL LIVE BY FAITH and not be saved or stay saved by works or indulgences or any other way. “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household” (Acts 16:31).

Encouragingly yours,

Russel R. Cook




  October 2017  
Upcoming Events


PLBA Annual Meeting
2:00 PM
Sharon Baptist Church, Tecumseh
Verse of the Day
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