Sunday :: Worship / Fellowship
Message for Sunday, March 11th
Grit is “the ability to persevere over a long time without giving up.” It is having stamina. It’s daily commitment, stick-to-itiveness–day in and day out over weeks, months, and years. James encourages us to consider the flip side of challenges. Challenges can produce perseverance!
Scripture: James 1:2-4 & 2 Corintians 1:8-10
Easter Baptisms and Breakfast
If you are interested in being baptized Easter Sunday, April 1, please sign up in the foyer. Any questions? Feel free to talk with Pastor Bryan or Pastor Kyle. :: Men! Due to the overwhelming response from our Easter breakfast last year, we would like to call upon you again! If you are interested in helping with cooking or clean up, please sign up in the foyer.
Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.
Growthday :: Events
Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm :: Middle and high school ages :: Meal with ministry to follow :: Sign up in foyer to help with the meal and place items in Sanctuary Basement Kitchen by Tuesday at noon.
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm :: Fellowship Hall and basement :: K through 5th grade
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 beartoothchristiancamp.org.
Parents of BCC Youth campers! :: All youth camps, sign up by March 15 and receive a $20 early bird discount! :: As a church, we believe in this opportunity so much that we will cover half the registration fee for your child to attend. Just go to beartoothchristiancamp.org and don’t forget to use the discount code “50BT2018” during registration.
Prime Time Potluck
Seniors and retirees! Bring a lunch item or dessert to share and join us for a fun time of fellowship! Coming up Thursday, March 22 at noon in the Fellowship Hall.
Everyday :: Serve & Witness
Food Bank Needs
Suggestions for March: evaporated milk, canned pineapple, canned chili beans, oatmeal (place in white basket in the foyer)
Montana on a Mission
Pastor Bryan, Denny Freed, Jay Pravecek, Yancy Terland, Josh, Mery and Emma Donald, along with Josh’s parents, Bill and Betsy Donald are 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 there from mid February to mid March. We thank you for your faithful prayers!