Love Take Me Over by
Steven Curtis Chapman
Pastor Tim

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Courtesy of the South Dakota Family Heritage Alliance  

Legislative Update 01/23/19                    Legislative Update 01/30/19

The Born To Be Brave Tour is coming!

A One-Night Father-Son Adventure Where you’ll learn to lead your son in becoming a Godly Man (suggested for dads and their sons ages 7 to 17).

It’s 100% Cool, 0% Awkward.

  • Live Worship featuring the Allan Scott Band
  • The Event gives the tools to:
    • Connect as Father and son
    • Learn to lead your son in becoming a Godly man
  • The Wheel of Destruction
  • 2,000 Ping Pong Balls

Friday, February 15th from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where:  Hills View Evangelical Free Church, in Piedmont, SD (13776 Sturgis Rd.)

In a study led by Melanie Mallers, PhD, Psychology Professor at California State University Fullerton, a positive trend was identified among men who reported a good relationship with their father during their childhood years. The study suggests that strong bonds, developed between fathers and sons, better equip men to deal with everyday stress in their adult life. Believing whole-heartedly in that concept, and in the idea that boys need to be engaged by men modeling true biblical manhood.

born to be brave

Tickets: Available At The Door

  • General Admission -- $18
    • Group Rate for 10 or more -- $15
  • Premium Reserved Seating -- $25
  • VIP ‘Meat n Greet’ Experience -- $40
    • Includes Reserved seating, sneak peak at the wheel of destruction, VIP Tour, and BBQ dinner to share with your son with the Born to Be Brave tour
  • Day of Show General Admission -- $20

If you know a boy who doesn’t have a biological Father in the picture, he’ll have a great time at this event with any Father-Figure or Godly male mentor like a Step-Dad, Grandpa or Youth Pastor.

KSLT is owned and operated by Bethesda Christian Broadcasting, a non-profit ministry.

Bethesda Christian Broadcasting operates 3 radio stations, and an annual music festival:

88.3 KLMP
88.3 KLMP “Words for Life” airs encouraging talk and teaching programs. KLMP signed onto the air as one of the Black Hills’ first FM stations as KVSR in 1968.

97.9 The Breeze
97.9 The Breeze - Always Refreshing! Contemporary worship and songs that help you go deeper in your faith.

Hills Alive
Hills Alive is a free summer music festival held the third weekend in July in Memorial Park, Rapid City featuring several of the best Christian artists in Contemporary Christian Music.

I love love love Jamie & Pastor Tim in the morning! The laughter & words of encouragement make my day brighter & I feel blessed to be able to start my day with them! – Kayla Murphy