Calendar of Events

Sep
20
Fri
Discovery Days @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Sep 20 – Sep 23 all-day

A trip to Bozeman for one of our Discovery Days weekends offers groups of prospective students a unique firsthand experience of our school, community, and beautiful surrounding area.

Sep
23
Mon
Old Testament 1: The Torah & Histories @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Sep 23 – Sep 27 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Sep
26
Thu
The Inklings @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Sep 26 @ 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.

Sep
30
Mon
New Testament 1: From the Gospels to the Early Church @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Sep 30 – Oct 4 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Oct
10
Thu
The Inklings @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 10 @ 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.

Oct
13
Sun
Rebooting the Church @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

No one in contemporary culture can deny that the church in Western culture is losing its moral and theological influence. The Gallup poll analysts have firmly established a 20% drop in church membership in the last 20 years. With this in mind, as ministers and church members, all of us are witnessing the “graying” of the church, the inconsistent attendance of our younger adults, and the sparseness of children in our nurseries. If this was not enough, our contemporary politics are dividing the church, and driving many of our younger members away.

How can the church rethink itself as she loses her influence on culture? Join us as we consider the origin of the church, what it has endured, where it is going, and how it can imagine and enact a new future.

Oct
14
Mon
Collaborative Leadership @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 14 – Oct 18 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
Rebooting the Church @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

No one in contemporary culture can deny that the church in Western culture is losing its moral and theological influence. The Gallup poll analysts have firmly established a 20% drop in church membership in the last 20 years. With this in mind, as ministers and church members, all of us are witnessing the “graying” of the church, the inconsistent attendance of our younger adults, and the sparseness of children in our nurseries. If this was not enough, our contemporary politics are dividing the church, and driving many of our younger members away.

How can the church rethink itself as she loses her influence on culture? Join us as we consider the origin of the church, what it has endured, where it is going, and how it can imagine and enact a new future.

Oct
15
Tue
Rebooting the Church @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

No one in contemporary culture can deny that the church in Western culture is losing its moral and theological influence. The Gallup poll analysts have firmly established a 20% drop in church membership in the last 20 years. With this in mind, as ministers and church members, all of us are witnessing the “graying” of the church, the inconsistent attendance of our younger adults, and the sparseness of children in our nurseries. If this was not enough, our contemporary politics are dividing the church, and driving many of our younger members away.

How can the church rethink itself as she loses her influence on culture? Join us as we consider the origin of the church, what it has endured, where it is going, and how it can imagine and enact a new future.

Oct
24
Thu
The Inklings @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 24 @ 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.

Oct
28
Mon
Interpretation: Biblical, Theological, and Cultural @ Yellowstone Theological Institute
Oct 28 – Nov 1 all-day   |  6:00pm – 9:00pm
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
Jan 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Drawing from the work of Henri Nouwen, “The Wounded Healer” discusses the nature of the pastoral calling and how to effectively deal with the stresses and pain of the vocation.

Jan
13
Mon
The Wounded Healer: Pastor’s Self-Care and Sabbath Time
Jan 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Drawing from the work of Henri Nouwen, “The Wounded Healer” discusses the nature of the pastoral calling and how to effectively deal with the stresses and pain of the vocation.

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

Drawing from the work of Henri Nouwen, “The Wounded Healer” discusses the nature of the pastoral calling and how to effectively deal with the stresses and pain of the vocation.

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!

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