Sunday :: Worship / Fellowship
Sunday, November 24th
Scott Brownson is a husband, father of three, worship leader, songwriter, and recording artist.
He started writing songs while in Bible college and soon started a band called Pivitplex while a youth pastor in Montana. Pivitplex eventually put out 2 albums, and the band toured out of Nashville for several years.
In 2007, after a series of personal tragedies, Scott and his wife Carla decided it was time to come off the road. Scott became a worship pastor in Utah and then helped plant a church in New Mexico. During that time, he fell in love with leading worship and began to write simple songs that his church could sing. God opened the door for Scott to record some of these songs, called “Songs in Response.”
Since then, Scott and his family have moved back to their native Montana and serve at the camp that he grew up at called Clydehurst Christian Ranch. He has now put out two more “Songs in Response” and spends time leading worship in his local church, at Clydehurst for the youth and families that attend camp, and travels extensively to churches, colleges, and conferences to lead music, teach about worship leading, encourage songwriters and ministry leaders, and play concerts.
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Growthday :: Events
Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm :: Sanctuary and basement :: Middle and high school ages :: Snack with ministry to follow
We are also stocking up on a few more food items. If you would like to contribute, here’s our list: onions, ziti pasta, kidney beans, black beans, northern beans, diced tomatoes, and tomato sauce. If possible, larger sized cans are appreciated.
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm :: Fellowship Hall and basement :: 1st through 5th grade
Everyday :: Serve & Witness
Operation Christmas Child
You still have time; just go online! Visit www.samaritanspurse.org where you can build a shoebox online, track your shoebox, and even learn more about OCC and how you can serve with OCC all year-round.
Cow Country Stampede
Invite a friend and bring the whole family to MOM’s 7th annual Four Mile Run/Walk on Saturday, November 30, starting at 10:00 am. The registration fee is $25/person, and registration and parking will be at Bill’s Place, Hwy. 191, Melville. You can pre-register at MontanaOnAMission.org by November 20 to receive a t-shirt on race day. There will also be a free kids obstacle course at 11:30 am. Can’t make the race? Sign up online as a “virtual runner” and cheer on the mission from home! 100% of the proceeds go toward supporting MOM programs.
Food Bank Needs
Canned sweet potatoes or yams, evaporated milk, olives, jellied cranberry sauce, pickles (place in the basket in the foyer).
Reading Plans & Devotions
You can download the “YouVersion” app or grab a copy in the lobby. Join us as we read through the Bible in a year.
“Our Daily Bread” devotional is also available in the lobby, by email or you can download the app at odb.org.