Lutheran Church Of The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Mark Donald, interim executive director of Christikon Bible Camp, sits in his off-season office at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday.
Back in 1951, 34 Lutheran congregations got together and purchased about 60 acres of land near the Boulder River.
After a lengthy public hearing Monday night, the Billings City Council approved a special review that will allow the expansion of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd at 1108 24th St. W.
A West End church's expansion plans will be the subject of a special review request before the Billings City Council on Monday night.
Billings pastors Tom Hall, Joel Westby and Aline Russell enjoy getting together once a month to chat.
The Rev. Joel Westby prepares the congregation for Communion at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. Westby just finished an 18-month interim assignment at the church.
Families gathered at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in order to hold a group adoption ceremony in celebration of National Adoption Day.
Lisa Fricks describes adoption as both heartbreaking and heartwarming.
On Tuesday night, two single mothers, one couple and four children, ages 1-12 slept at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church because they have no homes of their own.
The 13 girls who are members of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd Girls Choir knew they would be traveling for a week to share their musical ministry.
Members of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd Girls Choir hope to raise money to help a stricken family when they perform Saturday at the church in Billings. Standing with them, on the far right, is Stephanie Davis, director of music ministry at the church.
Stephanie Davis, director of music ministry at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Billings, holds a copy of her new book, “The Light Shines in the Darkness,” in the church sanctuary. The book details her struggle with depression.
Depression is like a cloud that blots out the sun on a summer’s day, coloring the world in shades of gray.
Late Saturday morning, the chatters, giggles, squeals and cries of children’s voices fluttered throughout the nave of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, occasionally drowning out the words of a half-dozen speakers at the pulpit.