For the 24th year of its chosen responsibility to clean a local highway, the Roundup Church was blessed a rare Montana day of bright blue skies, no wind and mild temperatures. And as always, the hunt for treasures was on. This year’s finds included:
Recently, Montana's Roundup Church radio station Facebook page received a message from a family moving to the area. They needed help moving some items, and they were reaching out to see if we knew anyone in the church or in Roundup who could help.
Roundup Seventh-day Adventist Church members involve themselves in their Montana community. They may be a small group, but they are mighty in the Lord’s work. They are not afraid to interact in their small town.
Montana's Roundup Seventh-day Adventist Church has few members, but God promises where two or three gather together He will be also (Matt.18:20). This Montana church recently set a goal for supporting the Adventist Development and Relief Agency. I...
Musselshell County, Montana, has been lucky. There was only one case of the coronavirus. Even though our neighbor to the south, Yellowstone County, has many more cases, we seem to be doing fine here in our little rural community.
The Roundup (Mont.) Church has a new outreach initiative, an "Open House of Prayer." This concept was the brainchild of a church member, Mike Giebelhouse. His God-given inspiration was to have the church open to the community for prayer.
Eric Isaia from the Southeastern California Conference was the speaker at the Roundup Church on Aug. 24, 2019. Isaia and his wife, Andrea, are active in the GLOW (Giving Light to Our World) literature ministry in California and were invited by the...