Get Real West 2018

Adam BurtAll Enews, Next-Gen

Get Real West

Young people are making a difference in our culture…some for good, some not. That’s why I hope you’ll invest in the youth in your church and community by bringing them to Get Real West, November 9-10 at Crosspoint Community Church in Missoula. Our youth are under assault from the forces of darkness at a younger age than ever before. They’re … Read More

Pastor Finds Ways to Minister on the Blackfeet Reservation

Jessica CruschAll Enews, Strengthening Team

Marty and Dena Balk started their ministry in a small Independent Baptist Church in Armada, Michigan. Because his position was unpaid, Marty also worked as a heating and cooling contractor in the area. One day an evangelist spoke to Balk’s heart when he said that churches in the west were looking for people to come and minister on mission trips. … Read More

Paul and Myra – Faithful Servants of the Lord

Dan McCarlAll Enews, Strengthening Team

If you want to learn about faithfulness in ministry and the pastorate in Montana, look no further than Pastor Paul and Myra Roueche of Butte. Paul and Myra have just completed 29 years of devoted servanthood and pastoring within the Treasure State Baptist Association (TSBA). On Tuesday evening, September 18, the TSBA, Butte Area, Pastor’s Encouragement Network celebrated the retirement … Read More

FIRST-PERSON: the guy I failed to witness to

Baptist PressAll Enews, Strengthening Team

By Keith Shorter, Pastor of Mt. Airy Baptist Church, Easley, S.C. EASLEY, S.C. (BP) — Have you ever felt like God wanted you to witness to someone, but you just couldn’t open your mouth? My most obvious failure came as a seminary student in Fort Worth, Texas. I was working in a warehouse in the afternoons to help support my … Read More

Is Your Church Parking Taxed?

Ray KaselonisAll Enews, Strengthening Team

ADF Church Alliance senior counsel Ray Kaselonis shares important information for MTSBC churches. You might have heard that the parking provided to church employees may now be taxed by the federal government. In last year’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a small but powerful provision was enacted that changed the federal tax code. But this seemingly little provision could be … Read More

Evangelism: The Starting Point

Barrett DukeAll Enews

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?

William JohnsonAll Enews, Planting Team

Butte, Montana

“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

I’ll See You at the Pole

Adam BurtAll Enews, Next-Gen

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