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Jesus expected His church to be on the go. His commission to His followers was to “go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19). Greek scholars tell us that this sentence isn’t actually a command but an expectation. Literally, Jesus said, “As you are going, make disciples.” The command isn’t on the going part but on the making disciples part. We are … Read More
“Where do we need church plants?” is one of the most frequent questions asked of our MTSBC Church Planting Team. The next few articles will highlight some of these priorities for church planting in our state. This month, we will focus on Butte – Butte, America, that is. Butte is Montana’s fifth largest city. There are some 34,000 residents in … Read More
Do you believe that revival begins with prayer? Did you know every modern revival has begun with prayer? That’s what makes See You at the Pole so exciting! For over 25 years, See You at the Pole has been about one simple thing—students praying. See You at the Pole (SYATP) is a global movement of prayer which is student-initiated, student-organized, … Read More
What happens when YCC’s immovable theological beliefs collide with open, unbiblical actions of alumni? Heartache. I recently read on social media that one of our alumni from years ago came out as gay, listing a “relationship” with another woman. The announcement was not shocking since some in the culture are relentless in their pursuit of acceptance; however, the news was … Read More
With over 24 years of service, at all court levels, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has seen the cultural and legal trends clearly shift against the Church. As a result, churches need to be prepared to face the legal issues of today and tomorrow. In June, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in Masterpiece Cakeshop that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission treated … Read More
by Josie Rabbitt Bingham FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — U. S. Army Chaplain (Capt.) Jose Rondon believes “there is nothing more exhilarating in life than seeing people come to Christ.” This year Rondon has experienced that exhilaration with more than 1,400 professions of faith — something one could describe as a spiritual awakening — at Fort Leonard Wood, his place … Read More