Entries by Big Timber Evangelical Church

Transformed By Grace: Part 1

Join us for Part 1 of Transformed by Grace, Living by Truth. Transformed. A thorough, dramatic, purposeful change. Grace. Love and mercy received, and undeserved. Living. Active, thriving, flourishing, and moving forward. Truth. Reliable, factual, faithful, steadfast, accurate, and dependable.

Big Problems, Bigger God: Part 6

International Conflict. Joblessness. Angry politics. Violence. Negativity in the news. Uncertainty. Coronavirus and sickness. There are big problems everywhere we look. It can be overwhelming and discouraging, which is why it’s important to know that we have a Bigger God than our problems. Daniel and his friends were acquainted with a world full of complexity and problems and we can learn a lot from them about what it looks like to trust God in the midst of a problem-filled world.

Jay Forseth

Jay Forseth was ordained in 2002 in the Western Conference of the Evangelical Church. After his 15th year as Lead Pastor at Columbus Evangelical Church, he was called to be Superintendent of the Western Conference. Join us for this message from Jay.

Big Problems, Bigger God: Part 5

International Conflict. Joblessness. Angry politics. Violence. Negativity in the news. Uncertainty. Coronavirus and sickness. There are big problems everywhere we look. It can be overwhelming and discouraging, which is why it’s important to know that we have a Bigger God than our problems. Daniel and his friends were acquainted with a world full of complexity and problems and we can learn a lot from them about what it looks like to trust God in the midst of a problem-filled world.

Big Problems, Bigger God: Part 4

International Conflict. Joblessness. Angry politics. Violence. Negativity in the news. Uncertainty. Coronavirus and sickness. There are big problems everywhere we look. It can be overwhelming and discouraging, which is why it’s important to know that we have a Bigger God than our problems. Daniel and his friends were acquainted with a world full of complexity and problems and we can learn a lot from them about what it looks like to trust God in the midst of a problem-filled world.