Director of Missions

Otis Cayton

It is with a humble heart and a spirit of gratitude that I serve as Director of Missions of Frisco Baptist Association. I am humbled that God would consider me as a servant and grateful to the churches of Frisco association for allowing me to serve in this capacity.

My main focus is to lead our churches to grow the kingdom of God by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether a church chooses the method of door to door evangelism, building relationships to bring the unsaved into church to hear the gospel or emphasizing discipleship training that our people may live their lives in such a way that reflects the love of Jesus and therefore leads the unsaved to trust Jesus, is a church decision, however we encourage each of our churches to be aggressive with some method of evangelism.

I am convinced that the starting point for each of us is personal cleansing. Until we get before God and seriously seek personal cleansing, we will never have a Christ like passion to see the lost saved. A lack of passion for a particular cause will always lead to a lack of zeal and effort. Our need today is not a new strategy, but our need is a zeal to do whatever we can to grow the kingdom.

May all of Godís churches recommit to cooperate together to grow Godís kingdom, remembering that we can accomplish much more working together than we ever could alone.

In His Service,



Sharon Bain

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I have served as secretary since July 28, 2007.  That is our elder son's birthday (Barth) so it is easy to remember.  I am so blessed to be here and consider our 55 pastors and their churches as extended family.  Since I have been here our younger son (Brad) was ordained as a deacon for our church, Trinity Baptist of Valliant.  My former pastor and now current boss/Director of Missions was part of that service so that too is easy to remember.  Another 'can't forget that' memory is that our tallest pastor, Luther Roden of Cloudy Church attended the ordination service so that makes him extra special in my heart.  I hope that I have been of help in the past and will continue to be so in the future for anyone who calls or comes in the door at Frisco Baptist Association.  When I retire I hope to be able to go and visit all the churches I have not visited through associational events.  I would like to see  where the members on the phone sit and worship because often we do not meet in person.  I think we are a very blessed three county area of believers and I am thankful to be here.

  July 2017  
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