Tipping Point Lectures

Exploring how responsible faith can enhance strong, connected community

YTI believes that a thriving community and vibrant, dynamic church can meet one another on the common ground shared by real-world knowledge, enlightenment, and God’s love.

In our Tipping Point Lectures, we bring together different perspectives—Christian and non-Christian, spiritual and secular—on pivotal issues in search of greater spiritual and personal understanding. We invite the general public to join us for these discussions of topics ranging from biblical insights to mindfulness, parenting to jazz, science to the great outdoors.

Strong faith comes from sufficiently examined views. The Tipping Point Lectures are where the practice of discovery aims to inform a more enlightened and loving understanding of truth.

Please see below for upcoming opportunities to attend our Tipping Point Lectures series.

Upcoming Tipping Point Lectures

Feb
11
Mon
The Christian Life Isn’t What You Think It Is: Why Being a Christian is like Riffing on a 12-Bar Blues! @ Bozeman Public Library
Feb 11 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Popular modern sentiment has a bias against institutionalized religious belief, whether Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, or any one of many other expressions of faith in God, or gods. Truth be told, the judgment of popular culture is too often naïve with regards to faith. This lecture addresses the very nature of the Christian life—some of our misconceived assumptions, and how those assumptions do not serve our faith—and suggests a better way of living the Christian life.

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