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BILLINGS BIBLE READING MARATHON

As a part of the 64th annual "National Day of Prayer", the Billings Bible Reading Marathon will start on Monday, May 4th at 6AM. We will read the Bible 24-hours a day, from the top of the rims, starting in Genesis and finishing up in Revelation during the early morning hours of Thursday May 7th. Twenty four Site Captains each take a 3 hour slot and find 12 readers to read for 15 minutes.

Mayor Tom Hanel will once again kick off the National Day of Prayer by reading the "Billings National Day of Prayer Proclamation" and start the first 15 minute reading in the beginning of Genesis at 6AM on Monday May 4th..

This is the 10th year of this event as churches throughout Billings come together to read and declare the word of God over our city.

Marathon Location: East of the airport in the "viewing" parking lot.

If you would like to read, there are still time slots open during the day and night.

Please contact New Life Church 656-0171 or Marathon Coordinator - Patti Brown 406-208-4091.

11th Annual Helena Prayer Breakfast in accordance with the 64th Annual Observance of the National Day of Prayer

2015 Theme: Lord, Hear Our Cry “Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day.” - I Kings 8:28

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Neighborhood Assembly of God Church 725 Granite Avenue - Helena, Montana, 7:00AM. Breakfast $9.00
Guest of Honor - Rev. James Wilson, of Pray North State, Redding California
Special Music - Glen Gronk of Canyon Creek, MT
Tickets available: Helena Chamber of Commerce (442-4120) Cornerstone Christian Bookstore (443-1991) At the door by RSVP only (410-0458, 475-3766)

Presented by the National Day of Prayer Helena Area Committee, a non-profit, volunteer organization. All donations are tax deductible

Breakfast by Ken’s Catering, Helena

Contact Rev. Richard Summerlin, Chair 410-0458, or Karan Lapham, Secretary 475-3766

64th Annual Observance  -  National Day of Prayer

State Capitol Noon Prayer Gathering

Thursday, May 7th 2015

North Steps of the Capitol Building

Contact: Rev. Steve Bostrom, event coordinator, 461-8529 or
Dianne Hoffman, NDP Task Force State Coordinator, 431-2916


Yellowstone Christian College Commencement

You’re invited to commencement at Yellowstone Christian College, 1515 Shiloh Rd. Commencement will be held Saturday, May 9th at 9am in the Phillips Chapel on the Yellowstone Christian College campus. Dr. David Agron will be the commencement speaker. Reception will follow.

Gary Bates, CEO of Creation Ministries International

Gary Bates, CEO of Creation Ministries International will be speaking Sunday, May 17th @ Grace Bible Church in Laurel as part of Creation Sunday. Service times are 9am & 10:45am. The church is located at 20 2nd Ave. in Laurel. Call 628-4978 for more information.

3 Years Later, Ramsey Keller Memorial Founder Reflects on Baby Loss, Giving Back by Paying for Infant Funerals in Montana and Receiving More Than She Will Ever Give

Ramsey Keller Memorial Founder Kori Keller Ramps up for Year 3 of Fundraising to Pay for Infant Funerals in Montana; May 17th, 2015 Run for Heaven's Sake Set to Bring Baby Loss Families Together & Build Support Systems While Raising Money

BIBLES NEEDED!

Native missionaries on the frontlines in Asia are reaching many poor people with the Gospel in the slums and squatter areas. These new believers will never have the money to buy a Bible. We know many believers who have been praying years for their own Bible. This may seem small to you, but to them it will be a great thing if you will help. Please pray, please give, please become involved and go. Call Lift Jesus Higher Ministries at 406-650-1911, or e-mail: biblesforasia@yahoo.com 

Rock and Roll Religion

mixes rock, blues, folk and eclectic tunes with spirituality and social justice every Saturday afternoon at 5:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Billings at 13th and Poly. The public is invited to participate in an experimental, evolving, mindful and interactive worship service. A live band provides the music. It's followed by free food. For information, call 252-3434.


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