Montana Men's Summit Provides Blessing

The seventh-annual Montana Men’s Summit convened on the last week-end of September 2009, in Monarch, Mont. A record number of men attended and were blessed by the ministry of Jerry Page, Central California Conference president, as he related scripture and life experiences, demonstrating the power of prayer. All who attended were energized by the fellowship and inspired by the music and the setting. Thanks to Eudene Stevens, Vicky and Gary Fish, the food was good as well.

Special music was provided for each service by the Kalispell Adventist Quartet. One of their members, Rob Vixie wrote a special arrangement of “Let the Beauty of Jesus be Seen in Me," the summit's theme song. The Montana Men’s Chorus was organized at the summit and performed regularly. The chorus is planning to get together next June at the Montana Camp Meeting to do some more singing and to recruit additional members. We hope to make this a regular part of the summit.

The 2010 Montana Men's Summit will be held the last weekend in September. Ty Gibson will be the speaker, and his topic will be: The Trinity. Men are urged to make attending a priority. The cause of God is suffering for lack of strong, committed, bold leadership. The summit is a great place to become equipped to fill the place God has in mind for you to fill.

January 01, 2010 / Montana Conference