About Us

If you want to learn more about us, you’re in the right place. Read to learn how we got started and what we are all about.

Our story

Life for the Nations Christian Fellowship began in Ronan, MT, February 23, 2003, with a small group of believers who had a desire to seek God for revival and for the move of the Holy Spirit for Mission Valley and western Montana.  This church was born with a belief that if it is in the New Testament, it is for us today.  If it is in the New Testament and we are not experiencing it, we need revival. And if there is no sense of God’s manifest presence in our assembly, we need are missing the best part, [In your presence is fullness of joy, Psalm 16.11]  Since our founding many have gotten saved, many have received healing – both physical and inner healing – some have experienced deliverance from demonic oppression, and many have been baptized in the Spirit; and many have experienced seasons of great refreshing.

The founding pastor was sent to the area with a prophetic word declaring that there would be “revival for the people of the mountains, the people of the lake and the people of the valley,” and that the Lord wanted the pastor and his wife to be a part of it.    The name, Life for the Nations, was given to us by a word of revelation.  As the pastor was driving to Missoula one day, this name dropped into his mind, but he didn’t say anything about it, because he wanted the Lord to confirm what he thought he had heard.  On the day the fellowship of believers met to determine the name, many other suggestions were given, including Life for the Nations.  These were put into a hat and this is the name that was drawn out of the hat.  So, the church was born with a destiny defined by God of reaching out to people of all ethnic groups, starting with our own town, our community and on to all the nations.

We are a fellowship of believers, passionate about God’s manifest presence.  We believe that God is good; and our great privilege and calling is to know Jesus Christ intimately and experientially.