Cow Country Stampede

2020 Cow Country Stampede

This year the 8th annual Cow Country Stampede will be a virtual event. Don’t miss it, we need you! The pandemic has affected people everywhere and Montana on a Mission has and will continue to respond to needs around the world and right here at home.

Saturday, November 28th

Run or walk 4 miles in the location of your choice and send us your time for a chance to receive a prize. Register and be a part of healing in our community and around the world. Registration is $25.00. 100% of proceeds go to support Montana on a Mission programs.

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Montana on a Mission
Montana on a Mission14 hours ago
Please pray for water. Mery Davis Donald is in Kenya now. We will begin drilling at Oloosekin within an hour from now. Thank you for supporting Montana On A Mission!
Montana on a Mission
Montana on a Mission2 days ago
Feeling so incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to serve God with these beautiful brothers and sisters. They were waiting at my Maasai home to welcome me on my arrival and to express their gratitude to Montana on a Mission for sustaining them through such a difficult time. YOU kept these families alive for the past many months by providing them with food when they had nowhere else to turn. If you have ever wondered if your giving makes a difference... have NO doubt. They are here and healthy because of your faithfulness. Thank you!!
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H2O for Life Kenya a project of Montana on a Mission

Montana on a Mission’s most recent clean water projects in rural Kenya, where there is an extended drought, were a huge success! 12,000 people now have access to clean drinking water for life, and 3 schools have clean water on site.

Why We Do It

We do what we do because God has blessed us! We want to be His hands and feet in this world. Our hearts break when people don’t have water, food, clothing or shelter.

We are not a relief organization, or at least not in the typical sense. Most of our work is done in communities where we have established relationships and we always go as learners and not just doers. We work with people in partnerships where we come alongside those in need and allow them to come alongside of us.