How to Fight a Good Fight

Sunday :: Worship / Fellowship

Message for Sunday, February 4th

Conflict in marriage, family, and relationships are a natural part of life. However, they don’t have to destroy our peace. Learning how to Fight A Good Fight in a Biblically faithful, God-honoring way is important as believers travel through life. In fact, it can radically change our hearts and lives as well as the lives of those around us!

Scripture: Matthew 18:15-20

Key Verse

His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness.

2 Peter 1:3

Annual Meeting and Potluck

Sunday, February 18 after second service. :: Join us to hear about how we, as a church body, have been working in 2017, now, and into 2018 to follow and serve God everyday and in every way. Afterward, we will adjourn for more fun, food and fellowship! If you can, please bring a dish to share.

Growthday :: Events

Youth Group

Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm :: Middle and high school ages :: Meal with ministry to follow :: Sign up in foyer to bring meal ingredients and place items in Sanctuary Basement Kitchen by Tuesday at noon

Kids’ Group

Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm :: Fellowship Hall and basement :: K through 5th grade

BCC Women’s Retreat

Ladies! This retreat is just around the corner! Guest speaker, Ariel Tyson, will focus on “equipping women to be faith
chasers.” You will also not want to miss our very own Katie Fischer, who will be leading worship! For more info and how to register, pick up an informational card in the foyer, or go to

Church Membership

We’re interested in hosting a church membership class. If you’d like to know more about it, you can check with a Pastor Bryan or Kyle; sign ups will be in the foyer area. Time commitment is likely to be two to three Sunday afternoons, although we will work with your schedules if need should arise.

Everyday :: Serve & Witness

Upcoming Mission Trip

Please keep our upcoming mission trip to Kenya and it’s participants in your prayers. Pastor Bryan, Denny Freed, Jay Pravecek, Yancy Terland, Josh, Mery and Emma Donald, along with Josh’s parents, Bill and Betsy Donald will be representing Montana On A Mission on this trip. MOM’s focus will be water development in the Siana area of Narok County, in rural Kenya, and, working with pastors and church leaders of the Maasai tribe. Our people will be on the ground from mid February to mid March. We thank you for your faithful prayers!