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Adam LaRoche shares his story

Adam LaRoche, former Major League Baseball athlete and all around awesome guy, came out to Montana for some hunting. While here, he graciously agreed to share the evening with us at After Hours.

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Biblical Masculinity

  A recording of the May. 18, 2017 After Hours event for men, led by Pastor Jim Keena of E-Free Church in Bozeman (www.efcb.org). Uncover the biblical principles of masculinity as shown in Genesis and the New Testament – you will not be disappointed! A special thank you to Jim for leading us this month –

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Living with Intentionality

  A recording of the Mar. 16, 2017 After Hours event for men, featuring our great friend and fellow leader, Vernon Droge. Enjoy his words of wisdom from life, books and the bible in this talk. Thank you, Vernon!

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Growing In Step With Our Wives

This month at After Hours we attempted to have some discussion around strengthening our relationships with our wives. Sometimes we get it right, and sometimes we don’t, but I hope you were able to take away some strategies that will help in your marriage. I thought Jim Keena’s example of him stopping by his wife’s

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Marriage Q&A Panel

  A recording of the Feb. 16, 2017 After Hours event for men, featuring a panel discussing topics that make for a great marriage. Panelists from left to right: Bob Schwahn (Lead Pastor of Journey Church), Elijah Scheidler, Doug Hartzheim and Jim Keena (Lead Pastor of E-Free Church). Moderated by Daniel Hartzheim (far right).

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Respect, Honor, and the Attraction to a Happy Face

I want to touch on the subject of respect.  I’ve heard it said that it is very difficult to love someone if we don’t respect them.  If that is true, perhaps we should focus on managing our respect level towards our spouse. In my last article, I blogged about the power of touch, and how

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The Effect of Touch

This year Margo and I will celebrate forty years of marriage.  Each year seems sweeter than the year before, and we are grateful for each day that God gives us to spend with each other.  We have learned a lot over the years, and because of that I thought I’d put together a blog on

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