Let’s Live On Mission!

Sharon EllingtonAll Enews

“What we do relentlessly on this side of the globe affects those on that side of the globe.” – Ruth Ripken I am often asked why I decided to get involved in Women’s Missionary Union (WMU) or Montana Southern Baptist Women (MSBW).  My answer after the initial response that God called me, is one thing:  I saw a whole generation … Read More

Online Opportunities for Our Churches

mtsbcAll Enews

The International Mission Board would like to invite anyone interested in medical or healthcare missions opportunities with IMB workers to participate in MedAdvance 2020. Every year they sponsor this 2½ day conference in the US, but this year they are holding a virtual conference—three 1½-hour sessions over two days, August 7-8. Take a look at the MedAdvance 2020 Program, and … Read More

The Chest of Joash Ignites a Passion for Missions Giving

Darren HalesAll Enews, Strengthening Team

Growing up in North Carolina, Pastor Michael Johnson has fond memories of his home church taking up an offering on one special Sunday each year.  It was a growing church and their facility often needed upgrades or expansion. The church was committed to using the building as a tool to reach new people.  His pastor used the story of King … Read More

Opportunities Abound!

Barrett DukeAll Enews

I thought Refresh was great! The spirit throughout the meeting was upbeat and encouraging. Our MTSBC President Chad Scarborough and Canada National Baptist Convention Ministry Leader Gerry Taillon spoke powerfully and effectively into our lives and ministries. We were also challenged to consider new ministry opportunities. Of all that we experienced at Refresh, it was the challenge to look around … Read More

EDITORIAL: Your state convention helps churches reach your state and our world for Christ

Dr. Paul ChitwoodAll Enews

My first international mission trip took place on a farm in central Kentucky. As a new pastor in the community, I found myself interacting often with migrant workers from Central and South America. And I soon realized that most were spiritually lost. From conversations with farmers, I learned many of them were as concerned as I was about the eternal … Read More

On the border: ‘Urgent need’ to show Christ’s love

Baptist PressAll Enews

Written by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press TIJUANA, Mexico (BP) — The two adult sisters risked their lives in a months-long journey from Cameroon in Central Africa to Tijuana, Mexico. Southern Baptist pastor Marshal Ausberry was surprised to see them at the Southern U.S. border seeking asylum in America. Marshal Ausberry, first vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention, traveled to … Read More

Partnership Benefits Everyone

William JohnsonAll Enews, Planting Team

Partners are defined as a group of people engaged together in the same activity. For partnerships to be successful, members of the group are like-minded and are working for an agreed upon goal. Even though partners can be a lot alike, diversity within the group often enhances the partnership and provides for others in the group to learn from each … Read More

Montana Churches on the Go

Barrett DukeAll Enews

If you’ve been keeping up with the Go Montana Forum, you are getting a glimpse of what some of our churches are doing to reach people with the gospel. The LoveLoudly initiative at Valley Baptist Church in Huntley is a perfect example of what can happen when a church decides it isn’t too small or too isolated to make a … Read More

The Montana Missions Offering: Helping Each Other

Barrett DukeAll Enews

It’s hard to believe we’re already coming to the end of the year. I’ve been so busy, I hardly noticed the months flying by. Now, we’re all getting ready for holiday mode. And it’s a wonderful mode. Soon we’ll be celebrating God’s bountiful provision for us over a sumptuous Thanksgiving meal and then before we have time to stop and … 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