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We are super excited to announce that for the first time we are offering internships at Fresh Life. If your heart resonates with what God is doing in and through our church in the state of Montana and beyond and feel an irresistible call to the wild you should apply. There are several different tracks available but we are keeping the spaces limited so it stays small, agile and doesn’t become unwieldy.
Who knows what adventures await you… Will you wrestle grizzly bears? Meet your future spouse? Become incredibly addicted to huckleberries? Help us drive the devil out of Montana? There are no guarantees except that it is not for the faint of heart and you will get out of it what you put into it. Also it is guaranteed that you will be cold. How cold exactly? So cold that cows die. They just drop over, frozen solid.
Full disclosure: this is our first time doing anything like this so there will be kinks we haven’t worked out that we will discover along the way. If your feathers are easily ruffled and you need everything to be dotted and crossed perfectly maybe you should wait for a future season to take part. On the other hand maybe we will hate it and never ever offer any thing like it again. This could be your one and only opportunity to be a Fresh Life intern.
Tons of info and applications here, the deadline to apply is January 1st. Good luck!
This weekend we kick off a brand new series called Arrows! I am thrilled to spend this fall at freshlife learning to live towards the target. This will be the first message series I have ever preached on the family and I am extremely fired up to let out all that has been brewing in my heart. You are welcome to join us on the journey!
Details on our campuses in Missoula, Kalispell, Whitefish, Bozeman and Billings, and online worship experiences as well as art for instagram et cetera here.
Highlight reel from Easter weekend at fresh life. Incredible to look back at what God did.
When I think back to this past weekend what comes to mind is Nehemiah 4:6 “So we built the wall. And all the wall was joined together to half its height, for the people had a mind to work.” When people are united in vision towards a common goal and energized by God’s Holy Spirit there is no limit to what can be achieved. Easter weekend 2014 at Fresh Life is living proof of that to me!
In the history of our church we have never pulled off a larger, more intense, or more complicated event than this. Since opening our 6th campus in Bozeman 6 weeks ago we now have a lot of moving pieces: musicians and manpower all over Montana, rented venues in 3 cities, more complicated than normal streaming demands and in Kalispell we are in the largest facility in town, a rodeo arena to convert into a church. And lemme tell you, it takes an army!
And that’s exactly what we have. An army. A ton of fully caffeinated, dedicated and passionate, microphone rocking fresh lifers who have a mind to work. Filled with the Spirit and in one accord. It is staggering to watch God bless our unity by causing the oil to flow as our sails and souls are filled. Best of all, as we let down our nets at skull church and fresh life Easter we saw people respond to Jesus all across the state!
For a glimpse of what we saw God do, check out this weekend’s lookbook:
Today is the birthday of Fresh Life Church, but it’s not just any birthday, it’s our seventh. That makes it extra special because seven is a great number. It’s always been my favorite, but like I tell my daughters, I am pretty sure it is God’s favorite number too! If it’s not, it’s certainly up there because He sure uses it a lot in the Bible.
Plus think about this, Fresh Life started on January 14, 2007. On that Sunday morning 14 people showed up to our first service, and it was 14 degrees outside. Now that seven years have gone by since 2007, in the year 2014, we are seven! If that doesn’t make this a special birthday for us I don’t know what would. How about the fact that we have seen just under 7,000 people (6,920) make decisions for Christ in these seven years! That’ll about do it.
But my favorite thing about the number seven is that it is a number of completion. A number of fullness. It’s an ending, and after seven comes eight. A number of new beginnings. Even as eight people came out of the ark, eight signifies the start of something brand new. Fresh. Something bristling with potential. As we enter this eighth year of ministry that is our mindset. Glory to God for all He has done! This is just the beginning.
For our birthday we are streaming the fresh life story (a documentary we made about how the church began) all day long for free here.