We see every Filipino church working together in the discipleship of all nations (Matthew 28:18-20, 24:14)
PMA exists to encourage and enable Filipinos for cross-cultural disciple-making movements
The PHILIPPINE MISSIONS ASSOCIATION (PMA) is a partnership of evangelical mission agencies, local churches, denominational missions commissions, and cross-cultural missions training organizations. PMA was founded in November 29, 1983 by Dr. Met Castillo who served as PMA’s General Secretary until 1995. It was established to train, send, and receive missionaries. Its focus later became missions mobilization through uniting missions-minded churches and mission agencies in the Philippines to challenge, equip, and mobilize the Philippine Church to prioritize reaching the unreached peoples of the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In 1993, PMA became the missions commission of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches (PCEC).
In 1995, Rev. Rey Corpuz succeeded him as National Director. It is in this year that PMA is appointed as the Missions Commission of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches.
In 2003, Pastor Bob Lopez is named National Director until 2009.
In, 2009, Rev. Reynaldo Taniajura became its National Director.
In 2012, Dr. David Lim was installed as Deputy National Director.
In 2015, Pastor Lalano 'Nono' Badoy was installed and is now the current National Director.
Pastor Lalano 'Nono' Badoy