Bozeman Church Hosts Quiet Hour Rally

The Bozeman Church hosted a Quiet Hour rally with Bill Tucker, president, and his wife Jackie Sept. 13. Mrs. Tucker began the Sabbath church service with an overview of the ministries of The Quiet Hour. Pastor Tucker's sermon focused on Jesus coming again.

The Quiet Hour was founded in 1937 as a radio program, but even before 1950 included TV programs. Today, its TV program, Windows of Hope, hosted by Tucker, is seen on many satellite and cable networks.

The Quiet Hour sponsors evangelism and mission projects around the world, so in the afternoon, the Tuckers shared numerous reports from their experiences. They told about how, while in India, they had to cut short a series of meetings when Muslim extremists insisted Christians be evicted from the area. Fortunately, authorities were able to get them out safely only hours before mobs converged.

Tucker, a true Montana native, was born in Butte, Mont., while his father was pastoring the church. In addition, his father was born in Missoula, Mont., while Bill's grandfather led that congregation.

The Quiet Hour Rally was a great opportunity to hear what God is doing through this ministry, fulfilling God’s prophecy for His word to go around the world with the help of those who give their lives to Him.

November 01, 2008 / Montana Conference
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