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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    Church Relations

    Bill Fowler, Church Relations, Professor of Biblical Studies  |  November 30, 2017 2:02 am

    Changes With the arrival last summer of several new Yellowstone Theological Institute team members, my job has gotten simpler. Rachel Toombs has now taken over Old Testament classes while I focus on the New Testament and Ministerial Studies, my specialty. But I am most relieved by the fact that Scott Hamilton is our new Provost … MORE

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    Giving “Thanks” at Thanksgiving

    David Wilmington, Professor of Theology and Philosophy  |  November 22, 2017 7:54 pm

    Giving Thanks? A recent article in the satirical online Babylon Bee described a touching and inspiring story of a fictional atheist giving “thanks” at Thanksgiving. A reporter informs us that a Cincinnati atheist is “preparing his heart to humbly show gratitude to the cold, mechanical processes that randomly led to mankind’s existence and his own … MORE

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    Commentary: Why Christians Will Still Attend Church Sunday

    Admin,   |  November 10, 2017 5:40 pm

    Last Sunday, the morning an international prayer movement for persecuted Christians began, a gunman dressed in black tactical gear opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas. He killed at least 26 people and wounded almost everyone at the rural church. As I’ve prayed this week for Christians who are victimized for … MORE