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April 23, 2020


The Montana Conference Office is closed to all non-conference office employees until further notice. We are here for you. Please feel free to call us at 406-587-3101 or email us at

Plan for Phased Reopening of Montana

2020 Camp Paxson Cancelled

2020 Camp Meeting Postponed


Free Projector Screen
The Roundup church has recently purchased a new projector screen so they are giving away their free standing projector screen. The screen measures roughly 8' 4".  It comes with a base stand that measures 2' 4" with an 8" base.  If anyone in the conference is interested, it is free and just needs to be picked up at their church location in Roundup.  For more information, please email Kay Dickerson at or call the conference at 406.587.3101 for her phone number.
MEA to Host Virtual Alumni Weekend: May 9, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.
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Life of Jesus Series on Hope Channel

Take a journey through the land where Jesus walked to explore who he was during his life as well as understand how the 21st century intertwines to the life of Jesus in Hope Channel International’s new 10-part series: Revolutionary.

Follow Oleg Kostyuk and Sergio Gonzalez as they teach us about ancient discoveries and the modern era.
This series premieres on April 25, 2020 at 3PM EST on Hope Channel.
Watch Trailer!
You're Invited!

It Is Written is conducting a virtual, online evangelistic series which can be viewed live from Collegedale, Tennessee, in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
The month-long series, entitled Revelation Today: Hope Awakens, presents the prophetic message of the Bible while speaking to hearts burdened by anxiety, fear, and uncertainty. The interactive meetings are viewable on mobile devices and online.
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100 Days of Prayer Initiative through July 4

Join Seventh-day Adventists all around the world in praying for the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to be poured out on our church, to empower us for mission, and to be a light to the world during this time of crisis!

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Missoula Adventist Church Meets Via 'Zoom'

After not meeting together since March 14th, at least 31 individuals from 17 Missoula-area Adventist homes joined together in a Zoom service of fellowship, prayer and worship. It was a joyful occasion as fellow believers, who have not had opportunities to collectively interact with each other in 4 weeks, were able to re-connect and "see" each other via this video-conferencing technology.

Following a season of testimonies and prayer, Pastor Bill Whitney of the Hamilton-Stevensville-Darby district shared the sermon titled “Seven Reasons Why Jesus Is Coming Again." The message was well received and a blessing to the congregation. After the sermon and closing prayer, plans were laid for continuing the services for the following weeks. The entire service was a joyful experience for the church family.

The service was made possible through the untiring efforts of Dexter Royes, a Management Consultant, and member of the Missoula Church as a means to keep the local congregation engaged. 

Submitted by Hugo Mendez, Missoula Church member

A tornado touched down just feet away from the It Is Written ministry headquarters in Collegedale, Tennessee, early Monday, April 13.  Reports of power outages, missing persons, and deaths filled local news reports Monday morning.  Click here to read more!
ABC's of Ministry

In this revised issue, members continue to give away food and make masks, gowns and quilts for others. We are also happy to share that churches have mailed over 18,000 pieces of literature throughout Montana.
Keep Reading!

Students Hold Children's Church in Ronan

Members and visitors to the Glacier View Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ronan, were blessed as students from Glacier View Christian School provided the church service on February 29, 2020.



Online Ministry Resources

Jay Wintermeyer, our Union Assistant to the President for Communication, shared that he is proud of our pastors and church leaders and their creativity and hard work to connect. If you’re still looking for resources to help take ministry online to the next level, here are a few links he suggests.
10 Tips on How to Present to Camera
4 Key Techniques for Virtual Churches

Resources for Churches and Ministries Going Digital During COVID 19

Best Practices for Livestreaming and Video

Protect Your Zoom Meetings from Being Hijacked

Church Streaming Liability



Answered Prayer
After undergoing surgery due to multiple tumors, a member was preparing for a total gastrectomy. At the last doctor's appointment, a new diagnosis was revealed and now the treatment will be less invasive and won't require an additional surgery.

Rich Harvest of Interests
The Miles City, Forsyth, Belgrade and Roundup churches are covering their communities with truth filled literature. 18,000+ pieces of 3ABN's new booklet titled "COVID 19: What's Next?" have been mailed. Please pray for a rich harvest of interests. 

Pasture Offering
A member is requesting prayers for a piece of land. She has promised the Lord if she can lease it for pasture, whatever income received will be given back to Him as a love offering.

Protection for Essential Workers
A member requests prayer for himself and his colleagues as they are working at the front lines. 
Submit your Praise or Prayer Request



Mission Spotlight

Children's Mission Quarterly

Mission 360 TV

Lessons & Magazines

Beginner, Ages 0-2

Kindergarten, Ages 3-4

Primary, Ages 5-9

Rich Aguilera presents a review of the GraceLink Primary Sabbath School lesson on Facebook each week.

Our Little Friend/Primary Treasure, Ages 0-9
(Scroll down for lessons and activities.
The magazines are at the very bottom of the page.)

Junior PowerPoints, Ages 10-13

Junior Guide, Ages 10-13

Real Time Faith, Ages 14-15

Cornerstone Connections, Ages 15-18

InVerse, Ages 18-35

Adult Bible Study Guide


Sabbath Services, Phone Prayer Lines, Bible Studies and More.


Sabbath Worship: 11:20 a.m.
Daily 5 Minute Morning Devotions

Sabbath Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Live Cooking Lessons with Dr. Tallman: 6:00 p.m.

Phone Prayer Line
Connect through the info below to join Sabbath morning, Wednesday morning and Friday evening.
Phone Number: 406-998-1010
Conference ID: 656-3401

Sabbath Morning Prayer
Church Chat, a call-in service starts at 10:45 a.m.
This will be a time to hear a devotional thought and prayer via the phone.
Weekday Prayer Sessions
Power of Prayer will be held Wednesday morning at 6:15 a.m. and Friday evening at 8:00 p.m.

Sabbath Worship: 10:30 a.m.
(Click on the "Watch Live" YouTube button on the right.)

Phone Prayer Line
Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m
The phone number to call is 435-777-2200, with the conference ID 3176474.

Sabbath Worship: 11:15 a.m.

Sabbath Worship: 11:30 a.m.
Contact for zoom link information
Sabbath Worship: 11:30 a.m.
Daily 100 Days of Prayer Meetings

Sabbath School & Daily Meetings:
For more info, email Clint Reimann at  or call the conference office (406.587.3101) for his phone number.
Log In Instructions:
If you don't have an account, go to to sign up for free.
Go to
Choose the “calendar” page from the top menu
Choose the link for the appropriate day of the week
Sundays @ 6:30: SOP, “True Revival”
Mondays @ 6:30: Reading Gospel of John
Tuesdays @ 6:30: Sanctuary Series
Wednesdays @ 6:30: Prayer Meeting
Thursdays @ 6:30: SOP, “True Revival”
Fridays @ 6:30: Bible Study (Topical)
Sabbath @ 10am: Sabbath School Quarterly
Sabbath Worship: 10:30 a.m.
Contact for zoom link information

Pre-recorded Services and Round Table Bible Studies


"Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up."

Deuteronomy 6:7 NIV
Activity Outpost
Check out the links compiled at Activity Outpost from the Upper Columbia Conference: radio dramas, crafts, science, history, and more!



Offering Calendar

April 18: Conference Budget/Mount Ellis Academy
April 25: Church Budget
May 2: Church Budget
May 9: World Budget/ Disaster - Famine Relief
Adventist Giving
Have you used AdventistGiving?  It is a convenient way to give tithe and offerings from your computer or through a smart phone app.  The button below gives you access to the Montana Conference digital envelope. To find out if your church uses Adventist Giving, follow the steps below.

1. Go to and start typing the name of your church

2. As you type, a list of churches will appear; The word "(Enrolled)" at the end of the church name lets you know that your church is signed up for AdventistGiving.

3. If your church is enrolled, select it.  You will be redirected to its online Tithe & Offering envelope.

4. After completing the form, select "Continue" at the bottom of the page.  You will have the opportunity to make an account or continue as a guest. If you continue as a guest, you will not receive a tax receipt.

5. Make your donation by credit or debit card, or with an electronic check.  Check fees are significantly lower than credit or debit cards.
April 2020 Stewpot
Adventist Giving
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President: Elden Ramirez
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