Christians Should: Three Things Christians Should Be

Christians Should: Part 3

Sunday :: Worship / Fellowship

Sunday, August 30th

Faith in Jesus Christ should impact every part of our life. This series has challenged us to be more faithful; an aspect of our daily life that we might not immediately think about. Christians should be ‘chalant,’ Christians should be theologians, and this week we will share why Christians should get regular heart checkups. If you have missed any of the previous messages in this series, go to our website You can find them under the “Resources” tab by clicking on “Sermons.”

Key Verse

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.

Deuteronomy 6:5

Growthday :: Events

Youth Ministries

*Our ministry leaders are currently working on the most appropriate plans to keep our children and workers safe on Wednesday nights. Parents, be watching for information coming out soon with more details concerning our preparations and procedures during these times. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to talk with Pastors Bryan or Kyle, or our interns, JR and Corban.

Youth Group

Starting September 9 :: Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm :: Sanctuary and basement :: Jr. High and HS ages :: Snack with ministry to follow

Kids’ Group

Starting September 16 :: Wednesdays, 6:30 to 8:00 pm :: Fellowship Hall and basement :: 1st through 5th grade

Everyday :: Serve & Witness

Operation Christmas Child

Right now is a great time to purchase many of the items that make perfect gifts! School supplies and other child-orientated items are discounted as our children prepare to go back to school. For how and what to pack, along with suggestions and label options, go to Under the “What We Do” drop-down menu you will find OCC. Our church is a designated drop-off location, and we have shoeboxes year-round that you can pick up and begin filling. OCC National Collection Week is November 16-23.

Another great option to share God’s love is to build a shoebox online. It’s a convenient and personal way to give shoebox gifts directly from home. You make it your own by choosing from a list of gifts, then adding a letter and a photo. They’ll pack it for you and send it off!


We are a giving church body, and we are so thankful for your faithful giving! We have two offering baskets. One located in the back of the sanctuary, and one between the doors inside of the sanctuary.

Other means of giving include:

On the Church Website: click Donate.

Mail: Big Timber Evangelical Church, P.O. Box 696, Big Timber, MT 59011.