A network of 82 Assemblies of God churches across Montana.

Connection Conference

Billings, MT, January 22 - 24, 2018

Connection Conference

January 28 – 30, 2019 in Butte, Montana

The Connection Conference is your opportunity to build relationships, renew your spirit and get inspired so you can push forward in ministry and at the same time have fun doing it!


The Conference will take place at the Copper King Inn.  Room rates specific to the Network are $109.00 per night and includes breakfast.  Contact the hotel at:  (406) 299-3529 to arrange your reservation.

Conference Registration

The conference price is $35.00 per single and $65.00 per couple.  Please register below to help the registration process run smoothly and efficiently!

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5:00 – 7:00pm Registration
9:30am Morning Session
12:00pm Free time
7:00pm Evening Service
9:30am Morning Session

Morning Session guest speaker:  Ruthie Oberg

Ruthie Edgerly Oberg was born and raised in the Houston, Texas metro area. Her upbringing in the Pentecostal Church of God (formerly of Joplin, MO and now based in Bedford, TX) gave her a solid foundation in Pentecostal teaching and worship. Her passion is expository preaching, using historical illustrations to shed light on how God has worked with and through ordinary people.

She experienced a call to ministry when she was 15 and immediately God began opening doors for her in small churches in the Houston area. She was the first female to take the top award in the preaching category of the Oral Roberts University Educational Fellowship when she was 17. Thanks to the influence of Rev. John McDuff of Faith Assembly in Pasadena, TX, and her uncle, George Edgerly, Ruthie began a lifelong relationship with the Assemblies of God after graduating from Central Bible College in 1991.

Ruthie has been married to Shawn Oberg since 1989. Shawn is also an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and, together, they pastored for 25 years in the Iowa District.

Visit her website:  ruthieoberg.org

Evening Session guest speaker:  Alan Warneke, Superintendent