Refreshing Is on the Way

Barrett DukeAll Enews

Refresh 2016

It has been a great summer! It has been so exciting to see all the ministry in our churches. Aren’t you glad we’re finally past COVID? I’m sure you’re exhausted, and now it’s time for all the Fall activities. You can do it! And before the big snows come and the temperatures freeze the thermometers (just kidding…kind of), we’ll have … Read More

Rocky Mountain Bible Conference

Lee MerckAll Enews, Planting Team

A CONFERENCE LED BY THE MINISTRY CENTER OF WILLIAM CAREY UNIVERSITY ON “RIGHTLY DIVIDING THE WORD OF TRUTH.” REGISTER NOW! Click the link below, find details about the conference, and register to attend for FREE! This is for pastors, church staff, small group leaders, Sunday school teachers, and anyone in your church with a desire to grow in the discipline … Read More

Yellowstone Christian College Changes Name

Norm MillerAll Enews

Kalispell, MT – With the launch of a new website and the recent sale of its former campus, Yellowstone Christian College has a new name and mascot: the Montana Christian College Eagles. Previously headquartered in Billings, the college established there in 1974 moved operations to Kalispell last year after purchasing land and a new tree-studded mountain campus situated on almost … Read More

Caring for Souls Together

Ryan CooperAll Enews, Strengthening Team

“The fear of the Lord is instruction in wisdom, and humility comes before honor.”  Proverbs 15:33. In 2006, I began my first teaching job as a high-school math and science teacher at MFL MarMac High School in Monona, Iowa. I was a newlywed, had just moved from suburban Billings to rural Iowa, was fresh out of college, ready to shape … Read More

Baptist Foundation of Montana News

Dan FarmerAll Enews

The Baptist Foundation of Montana extends our heartfelt congratulations and prayers for continued success to Montana Christian College (formerly Yellowstone Christian College) for the sale of their original campus on Shiloh Road in Billings and the purchase of a beautiful new campus near Kalispell. We’re confident that this new location will enhance the college’s ability to train many future Southern … Read More

Contextualized Ministry Guides Montana Pastor in Outreach

Baptist PressAll Enews, Strengthening Team

By Scott Barkley, posted August 16, 2022 in Churches and Ministry SHELBY, Mont. (BP) – You wouldn’t think a pastor would have much in common with the bassist for one of rock’s legendary bands, but there’s a connection to be made. Chad Scarborough and First Baptist Church will mark nine years together in October. As a Texas native, Scarborough could identify with the Old … Read More

Improve Your Library, Improve Your Preaching

Barrett DukeAll Enews

Every pastor knows that his sermon is the overflow from his study. If only we could share with our congregations everything we get out of our sermon prep time! Much of that prep time never goes further than our own study desks, yet, without it, we wouldn’t fill our souls and minds with the truth and beauty in a Bible … Read More

Responding to the Historic Flooding in Montana

Darren HalesAll Enews, Strengthening Team

When the waters of Rock Creek began to surge across its banks into homes and businesses in Red Lodge, Montana, the members of the Church of the Rockies began to respond.  At first, it was neighbor helping neighbor, checking on one another and offering aid.  Then, the Red Cross arrived. The church family quickly began to volunteer to be the … Read More

A Note from Michael Liner

Michael LinerAll Enews, Planting Team

Dear Montana Southern Baptists, Nancy and I wanted to send you a quick note of gratitude and to express thanksgiving to our Lord for your support and partnership in ministry over the past decade. Yes, ten years already. Time certainly flies. We have seen The Lord do some wonderful things over the years and have enjoyed and benefitted from being … Read More

FIRST-PERSON: Cooperation results from being cooperative

Baptist PressAll Enews

By Jeff Iorg, posted June 29, 2022 in Cooperating for the Gospel, Cooperative Program, SBC News For most Southern Baptists, the phrase Cooperative Program is a denominational code for money.  There is nothing really wrong with that since it does describe the major funding process for our work.  But the Cooperative Program is much more.  It describes people working together, believing they can do much more … Read More