Nurturing Connections

By YTI Staff

July-August 2018 Inscribed

A community that’s deeper. More connected. And more purposeful than ever.

At YTI, our desire is to nurture human connection to creation and one another. So we’re forging a new path, hoping to find connection across differing ideals and shared values. We’re rolling up our sleeves to help serve our community. We’re stepping into our role as stewards of the natural world. And we’re looking to find and share soul-level inspiration through the creativity of art and music.

Through free community lectures, classes, events, volunteer work, and academics, YTI is truly a new adventure—for our students, our faculty, and our community. Together, we’re seeking spiritual truth and community that’s bigger than any classroom.

The photos below provide a sampling of the ways YTI has been cultivating community in the Gallatin Valley during the past couple years. From serving in the kitchen to coaching on the field, YTI seeks to be actively involved in the life of our hometown.

YTI faculty serve at Fork & Spoon Homestyle Kitchen in Bozeman

Dr. Rachel Toombs [left], Professor of Theology and Old Testament, and Lance Green [right], Lecturer in Theology and Adventure, volunteering at the Fork and Spoon Homestyle Kitchen in Bozeman.

2018 Yellowstone Soccer Experience with Bozeman Blitzz FC

Yellowstone Theological Institute has been actively involved promoting youth soccer events, including the Yellowstone Soccer Experience and sponsoring this summer’s Blitzz FC Soccer Camp.

YTI supports the MSU marching band

[Left] Dr. Jay Smith, YTI President, works with the MSU Spirit of the West Marching Band. [Right] YTI faculty and staff serve dinner to the student musicians following a summer practice session.

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