The Heartache of Theology

Bruce CannonAll Enews

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

WATCH: 6 Pastors Share Personal Stories of Religious Freedom Struggles

John HardingAll Enews, Strengthening Team

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

Army base sees 1,459 salvations since March

Baptist PressAll Enews

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

YCC Adds American Sign Language Courses

mtsbcAll Enews

Can you imagine living in a world of silence, not being able to hear “I love you” from the voice of a loved one? How much more so not being able to hear the gospel? Have you ever wondered how YOU could be the hands and feet of Jesus to the deaf community? YCC is excited to introduce our new … Read More

It’s Time to Tell Helena

Barrett DukeAll Enews, MTSBC Churches

If you could do only one thing to change someone’s life forever, what would you do for him or her? That could be a long list to prioritize. I can tell you that I’ve tried a lot of things to help change people’s lives and I’m convinced that the thing that has the best chance of changing someone’s life now, … Read More

Summer Vision Tour 2018

William JohnsonAll Enews, Planting Team, Potential Church Starts

Vision Tour 2018

This year marked the fourth consecutive year that MTSBC has hosted a Summer Vision Tour to share ministry opportunities in Montana with potential planters and sponsoring churches. This year, Michael Liner and William Johnson hosted guests from Alabama, Mississippi, and New Mexico. In two days, the group covered 572 miles, stopping along the way to gather stories about communities, churches, … Read More

Reaching People through Literacy Missions

Ray WillisAll Enews, MTSBC Churches

From the earliest days of humanity on this earth, God has set forth HIS commitment to redeem those who have become estranged from Him through rebellion and disobedience. To that end, when Adam and Eve sinned, it was God who became the first Evangelist by approaching our first ancestors and confronting them about their sin. He then provided a blood … Read More

Montana City Pastor Loving People Locally and Internationally

Jessica CruschAll Enews, MTSBC Churches

Jason and Michele Smith

Jason and Michele Smith moved to Montana City to start their ministry with South Hills Baptist Fellowship in August, 2015. Born and raised in Wyoming, Jason accepted Jesus as his Savior at a very young age and committed to a future of preaching while he was still in high school. After graduation, he completed three years at Casper College before … Read More