Calendar of Events

Mar
19
Tue
Spring Break Theatre Camp @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 19 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

New Seeds Short Play Festival & Spring Break Camp

  • For 3rd-12th graders

     
  • Directed by Kristin Hammargren and Miles Duffey

     
  • Older students create and perform original pieces

     
  • Younger students perform choose-your-own-adventure storybook plays

     
  • Choose between acting or behind-the-scenes directing / stage managing roles

     

Spots are limited!

$200 – Inquire about sliding scale pricing

Contact camp director Kristin Hammargren at with questions

Advanced Biblical Study: Romans @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Protestant Christians have held the book of Romans in high esteem since Martin Luther made it a hallmark of his claims for reform. Today, this writing has undergone intense scrutiny, and continues to puzzle the church. This course examines the book of Romans historically, exegetically, theologically, and practically.

Mar
20
Wed
Spring Break Theatre Camp @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 20 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

New Seeds Short Play Festival & Spring Break Camp

  • For 3rd-12th graders

     
  • Directed by Kristin Hammargren and Miles Duffey

     
  • Older students create and perform original pieces

     
  • Younger students perform choose-your-own-adventure storybook plays

     
  • Choose between acting or behind-the-scenes directing / stage managing roles

     

Spots are limited!

$200 – Inquire about sliding scale pricing

Contact camp director Kristin Hammargren at with questions

Mar
21
Thu
Spring Break Theatre Camp @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 21 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

New Seeds Short Play Festival & Spring Break Camp

  • For 3rd-12th graders

     
  • Directed by Kristin Hammargren and Miles Duffey

     
  • Older students create and perform original pieces

     
  • Younger students perform choose-your-own-adventure storybook plays

     
  • Choose between acting or behind-the-scenes directing / stage managing roles

     

Spots are limited!

$200 – Inquire about sliding scale pricing

Contact camp director Kristin Hammargren at with questions

Mar
22
Fri
Spring Break Theatre Camp @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

New Seeds Short Play Festival & Spring Break Camp

  • For 3rd-12th graders

     
  • Directed by Kristin Hammargren and Miles Duffey

     
  • Older students create and perform original pieces

     
  • Younger students perform choose-your-own-adventure storybook plays

     
  • Choose between acting or behind-the-scenes directing / stage managing roles

     

Spots are limited!

$200 – Inquire about sliding scale pricing

Contact camp director Kristin Hammargren at with questions

Mar
26
Tue
Advanced Biblical Study: Romans @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Mar 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Protestant Christians have held the book of Romans in high esteem since Martin Luther made it a hallmark of his claims for reform. Today, this writing has undergone intense scrutiny, and continues to puzzle the church. This course examines the book of Romans historically, exegetically, theologically, and practically.

Apr
1
Mon
Thinking Theologically @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Theology” is a difficult topic for some in a modern world, even for religious people of many different faiths. This course teaches the student how to integrate theological thinking into their everyday life, resulting in a deeper experience of the divine, the other, nature, and our own personhood.

Spiritual Practices @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Although the search for spirituality is an important part of contemporary life, many contemporary Christians struggle with understanding exactly how they can have a meaningful spirituality. Utilizing the works of Foster, Willard, Peterson, and others, this course enables the seeker to construct meaningful spiritual practices.

Apr
2
Tue
Thinking Theologically @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 2 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Theology” is a difficult topic for some in a modern world, even for religious people of many different faiths. This course teaches the student how to integrate theological thinking into their everyday life, resulting in a deeper experience of the divine, the other, nature, and our own personhood.

Advanced Biblical Study: Romans @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Protestant Christians have held the book of Romans in high esteem since Martin Luther made it a hallmark of his claims for reform. Today, this writing has undergone intense scrutiny, and continues to puzzle the church. This course examines the book of Romans historically, exegetically, theologically, and practically.

Spiritual Practices @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Although the search for spirituality is an important part of contemporary life, many contemporary Christians struggle with understanding exactly how they can have a meaningful spirituality. Utilizing the works of Foster, Willard, Peterson, and others, this course enables the seeker to construct meaningful spiritual practices.

Apr
3
Wed
Thinking Theologically @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 3 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Theology” is a difficult topic for some in a modern world, even for religious people of many different faiths. This course teaches the student how to integrate theological thinking into their everyday life, resulting in a deeper experience of the divine, the other, nature, and our own personhood.

Spiritual Practices @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Although the search for spirituality is an important part of contemporary life, many contemporary Christians struggle with understanding exactly how they can have a meaningful spirituality. Utilizing the works of Foster, Willard, Peterson, and others, this course enables the seeker to construct meaningful spiritual practices.

Apr
4
Thu
Thinking Theologically @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Theology” is a difficult topic for some in a modern world, even for religious people of many different faiths. This course teaches the student how to integrate theological thinking into their everyday life, resulting in a deeper experience of the divine, the other, nature, and our own personhood.

Spiritual Practices @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Although the search for spirituality is an important part of contemporary life, many contemporary Christians struggle with understanding exactly how they can have a meaningful spirituality. Utilizing the works of Foster, Willard, Peterson, and others, this course enables the seeker to construct meaningful spiritual practices.

Apr
5
Fri
Thinking Theologically @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 5 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Theology” is a difficult topic for some in a modern world, even for religious people of many different faiths. This course teaches the student how to integrate theological thinking into their everyday life, resulting in a deeper experience of the divine, the other, nature, and our own personhood.

Spiritual Practices @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Although the search for spirituality is an important part of contemporary life, many contemporary Christians struggle with understanding exactly how they can have a meaningful spirituality. Utilizing the works of Foster, Willard, Peterson, and others, this course enables the seeker to construct meaningful spiritual practices.

Apr
9
Tue
Advanced Biblical Study: Romans @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Protestant Christians have held the book of Romans in high esteem since Martin Luther made it a hallmark of his claims for reform. Today, this writing has undergone intense scrutiny, and continues to puzzle the church. This course examines the book of Romans historically, exegetically, theologically, and practically.

Apr
10
Wed
Standing for What Is Right @ Bozeman Public Library
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Christians & Politics for a Radical 21st Century (Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid!)

Christianity in America has always been divided—first into denominations, then sects, and now splintered politics. The evolution of these disagreements has resulted in a church struggling to find unity in the face of party line extremism.

In the second year of a highly contested presidency and a divided Congress, the church disagrees over our politicians, our laws, and the direction our country is heading. Is it possible that that the church has become so wrapped up in “issue” politics that it has failed to love our enemies, care for the poor, and embrace the character of Christ?

This lecture shares a vision for a more relevant, more generous Christianity in America—a faith that moves beyond right and left, and keeps its focus on the love and renewal which comes from God.

Join us for Tipping Point, an engaging, thought-provoking free public lecture series from YTI.

Apr
16
Tue
Advanced Biblical Study: Romans @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Apr 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Protestant Christians have held the book of Romans in high esteem since Martin Luther made it a hallmark of his claims for reform. Today, this writing has undergone intense scrutiny, and continues to puzzle the church. This course examines the book of Romans historically, exegetically, theologically, and practically.

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