Minister

Rance Schumacher

Rance grew up on the plains of Texas. As the son of a farmer, he learned about the processes of cultivating, planting, watering, and growing. He became a Christian in 2005, and began a life of learning to help others seeking God's truth. After serving as a missionary intern in Zambia for a summer, Rance decided to devote his life to taking the gospel to others. He married his high school sweetheart, Alissa, in 2008. That fall the couple began studying at Sunset International Bible Institute. Midway through the program, they completed another summer missionary internship in India. He graduated in 2010, earning a Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies.


Rance enjoys spending time with his family outdoors, playing the banjo, listening to sermons, having Bible studies, fellowshipping, and eating pecan pie while drinking sweet tea.


Here's an article about Rance in the Mountain Christian Journal.

Elder

Cody Witt

Cody has been married to the love of his life, Christina, for 24 years. They have two children Catherine and Corbin. He loves to work with his hands and lead singing for the congregation. He has a deep appreciation for the grace of God and a heart for ministry wherever he finds himself.

Elder

Lynn Brooks

Lynn and his wife, Beth, recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Their oldest son, Greg, and his family live in Searcy, Arkansas. He is a professor at Harding University. Their middle son, Michael, and his family live in Southlake, TX. He is a senior executive for Citicorp. Their daughter, Kimberly, and her family live in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho where she works as a neonatlogist. All of their kids and their families are active in church work at their local congregations.


Elder

John Harlan

John has been married to Karen, his wife, for 50 years. John attempts to couple his devotion and study of God's word with his compassion for the needs of people. As a retired plastic surgeon, he now devotes his time to God, the church, his family of two adult boys, their families, and charities that advance the physical and social welfare of breast cancer victims.

1528 S Higgins Ave

Missoula, MT 59801


(406)-549-1744

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