Calendar of Events

Nov
11
Mon
Entrepreneurial Leadership @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Nov 11 – Nov 15 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Nov
14
Thu
The Inklings @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Nov 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Discussing and Celebrating the Works of Tolkien, Lewis, and More

Bozeman InklingsIn the 1930s and ‘40s, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and others met in the local Oxford public house — “The Eagle and Child” — to read excerpts of their works to one another and then discuss them. They called this gathering, “The Inklings.” There are now “Inklings” groups all over the world—people who gather to read, discuss, and celebrate the accomplishments of these writers. Yellowstone Theological Institute is proud to sponsor the formation of the Bozeman Inklings group! Open to all MSU students, faculty, and interested community members.

Dec
2
Mon
Natural Spirituality @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Dec 2 – Dec 6 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Dec
12
Thu
The Inklings @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Dec 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Discussing and Celebrating the Works of Tolkien, Lewis, and More

Bozeman InklingsIn the 1930s and ‘40s, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and others met in the local Oxford public house — “The Eagle and Child” — to read excerpts of their works to one another and then discuss them. They called this gathering, “The Inklings.” There are now “Inklings” groups all over the world—people who gather to read, discuss, and celebrate the accomplishments of these writers. Yellowstone Theological Institute is proud to sponsor the formation of the Bozeman Inklings group! Open to all MSU students, faculty, and interested community members.

Jan
12
Sun
The Wounded Healer: Pastor’s Self-Care and Sabbath Time @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Suicide is on the rise among church leaders. More than ever before, pastors need affirmation and care as they come alongside others offering spiritual companionship and help. The Wounded Healer explores how pastors, and people in general, learn to experience their own brokenness in a culture that tends to hide (look away) from others’ pain and struggle. Often socially isolated, church leaders need to build into their own schedules time for reflection and self-care.

The goals of this LCLI are to understand and experience that our personal value and worth comes from God, not our work. Together, we want to realize that our brokenness is a uniquely human and necessary aspect of our salvation and to equip church leaders with specific tools to empower their ability to care better for themselves.

Jan
13
Mon
Christian Doctrines @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 13 – Jan 17 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
The Wounded Healer: Pastor’s Self-Care and Sabbath Time @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Suicide is on the rise among church leaders. More than ever before, pastors need affirmation and care as they come alongside others offering spiritual companionship and help. The Wounded Healer explores how pastors, and people in general, learn to experience their own brokenness in a culture that tends to hide (look away) from others’ pain and struggle. Often socially isolated, church leaders need to build into their own schedules time for reflection and self-care.

The goals of this LCLI are to understand and experience that our personal value and worth comes from God, not our work. Together, we want to realize that our brokenness is a uniquely human and necessary aspect of our salvation and to equip church leaders with specific tools to empower their ability to care better for themselves.

Jan
14
Tue
The Wounded Healer: Pastor’s Self-Care and Sabbath Time @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Suicide is on the rise among church leaders. More than ever before, pastors need affirmation and care as they come alongside others offering spiritual companionship and help. The Wounded Healer explores how pastors, and people in general, learn to experience their own brokenness in a culture that tends to hide (look away) from others’ pain and struggle. Often socially isolated, church leaders need to build into their own schedules time for reflection and self-care.

The goals of this LCLI are to understand and experience that our personal value and worth comes from God, not our work. Together, we want to realize that our brokenness is a uniquely human and necessary aspect of our salvation and to equip church leaders with specific tools to empower their ability to care better for themselves.

Jan
20
Mon
Introduction to Preaching & Teaching: From Text to Hearer @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 20 – Jan 24 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Jan
27
Mon
World Religions: Monotheism @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Jan 27 – Jan 31 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Feb
3
Mon
Church Care & Conflict @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 3 – Feb 7 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Feb
10
Mon
Spiritual Practice @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 10 – Feb 14 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Feb
16
Sun
The Fractious 4th Century @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI deals with the difficult transition of the church from being a religious cult on the margins to the lone religion of the empire. It covers the period of time roughly between 280-380 AD, examining such issues as how the scriptures were canonized, the evaluation of heresy and orthodoxy, and whether the Roman Empire was “Christianized” or Christianity was “Romanized.” An opportunity to investigate the roots of the church we know today!

Feb
17
Mon
The Fractious 4th Century @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI deals with the difficult transition of the church from being a religious cult on the margins to the lone religion of the empire. It covers the period of time roughly between 280-380 AD, examining such issues as how the scriptures were canonized, the evaluation of heresy and orthodoxy, and whether the Roman Empire was “Christianized” or Christianity was “Romanized.” An opportunity to investigate the roots of the church we know today!

Feb
18
Tue
The Fractious 4th Century @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI deals with the difficult transition of the church from being a religious cult on the margins to the lone religion of the empire. It covers the period of time roughly between 280-380 AD, examining such issues as how the scriptures were canonized, the evaluation of heresy and orthodoxy, and whether the Roman Empire was “Christianized” or Christianity was “Romanized.” An opportunity to investigate the roots of the church we know today!

Feb
24
Mon
Old Testament: Prophets & Poetry @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Feb 24 – Feb 28 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Mar
9
Mon
New Testament: Romans-Revelation @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 9 – Mar 13 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Mar
15
Sun
Walking in the Shadow of Death: Ministering to Those Dealing with Cancer @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI is for ministers and lay ministers, as well as for caretakers dealing with people who are struggling with the existential impact of cancer. The course will address the insidious nature of this disease and how life can be understood and lived in light of this battle.

Mar
16
Mon
Walking in the Shadow of Death: Ministering to Those Dealing with Cancer @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI is for ministers and lay ministers, as well as for caretakers dealing with people who are struggling with the existential impact of cancer. The course will address the insidious nature of this disease and how life can be understood and lived in light of this battle.

Mar
17
Tue
Walking in the Shadow of Death: Ministering to Those Dealing with Cancer @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This LCLI is for ministers and lay ministers, as well as for caretakers dealing with people who are struggling with the existential impact of cancer. The course will address the insidious nature of this disease and how life can be understood and lived in light of this battle.

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