February 14 is Valentine’s Day, a day to show people you care ... or maybe love them. Tell them with a heart-shaped note. All you need is paper, pen, scissors and maybe some stickers. Or show you care by ... Cooking dinner. Write a poem or a list of why you like them. Create a [...]
A couple of months ago I was sitting in a medical office waiting room and over the speakers heard a Christian song I had never heard before. I jotted it down in my phone and when I got home looked it up. As I listened carefully to the words, I was moved to tears. It [...]
Roundup Seventh-day Adventist Church members involve themselves in the Montana community. They may be a small group, but they are mighty in the Lord’s work. They are not afraid to interact in their small town. The Roundup Church recently helped the local Salvation Army service unit with its bell-ringing campaign. Each year the Salvation Army [...]
Can a small group of young people really make any difference in the world? After we resumed in-person children’s Sabbath School outdoors, some of our class members asked about collecting an offering each week that would go to a special project.
The newly founded Arctic Seventh-day Adventist Church (formerly the Arctic Adventist Company) in Utqiagvik, Alaska, had a communion evening to remember. This church has gone through a similar struggle that many other Adventist churches across the country have faced, not being able to meet in their regular place of worship, much less share communion.
Jesus set the standard by ministering equally to all persons during His ministry on Earth. Just prior to leaving Earth to return to heaven, He gave the instruction to make disciples of all people, and the closing everlasting gospel to be proclaimed by God’s people is to go “to every nation, tribe, tongue, and people” [...]
It was a cool morning in the mountains of Republic, Washington, when Yarrow Watkins, a longtime Republic Seventh-day Adventist Church member, threw a coat over her pajamas and hurried out the door to start the sprinkler on her lawn. After flipping on the frost-free lever, she stepped back to avoid the water spray. Suddenly she [...]
When the pandemic began and churches closed, evangelism seemed to be forced to a standstill. But can a church truly be stopped in its tracks to connect with their community? Churches weren’t meant to fade in the face of adversity but thrive in it.
Highland View Christian School was the center of Veterans Day activities in Butte, Montana. The school’s flag had become worn and needed replacing. Dave Haulman contacted the local American Legion chapter and asked if they would be willing to do a flag retirement ceremony. They heartily agreed and arranged it for Veterans Day, Nov. 11, [...]