High in the Bridger Mountains near Bozeman, Montana

OUR HOMETOWN:
BOZEMAN, MONTANA

Bozeman, Montana, is a melting pot for innovators, artists, and adventurers.

The fastest-growing community in Montana, Bozeman is the location of Montana State University, the largest research institution in the state. The city has a vibrant arts scene, with the Bozeman Symphony, the Montana Ballet Company, the Intermountain Opera Company, the Emerson Center for Arts and Culture, and a host of galleries and theaters.

For the more adventurous, miles of mountain trails start just outside the city limits, and world-class skiing can be found nearby at Bridger Bowl. The world’s first national park—Yellowstone—is literally in Bozeman’s backyard, with famous thermal features, canyons, sparkling lakes, waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and thousands of square miles of backcountry to explore.

The Yellowstone Center — home to Yellowstone Theological Institute — was made for Bozeman, Montana, the gem of the Treasure State.

Snow-covered Spanish Peaks outside Bozeman

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OUR THOUGHTS

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    Dust to Glory

    Bill Fowler, Provost  |  June 13, 2017 9:20 am

    History and Destiny Friends of mine in Texas have what I call a Christian country rock band that they call “Dust to Glory.” I love the thought of that. It speaks of both our humble human history AND our glorious ultimate destiny in Christ! Crafted from the dust of the earth at creation, we are … MORE

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    Journey into the Mystery of God

    Lance Green, Lecturer in Theology and Adventure  |  June 2, 2017 12:05 pm

    The Theology of Adventure The idea of a robust theological formation must reach far beyond a student’s desk. Thus, YTI’s commitment to adventure is not just an extension of the classroom, but a central task of theology itself. What then does a specifically Christian account of adventure look like? The very word adventure implies a … MORE

    Reason & Wonder

    Renewing the Discussion Between Faith and Science

    Jay Smith, President  |  May 3, 2017 5:26 pm

    The Inaugural Klein S. Gilhousen Lecture for the Conversation Between Faith and Science God has a way of turning lemons into lemonade. Approximately one year ago this past April, the co-founder of Yellowstone Theological Institute, Klein Gilhousen, passed away from complications following a battle with lymphoma. Klein was a brilliant systems engineer; a polymath, and … MORE