Thursday, June 6, 2019

First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte
P.O. Box 170, Eagle Butte, SD 57625
(605) 964-3617 (Office) / (502) 891-1704 (Pastor’s Cell)
June 5, 2019

Dear Friends,




Nearly six months have passed, and a lot has gone on here!  The weather in this state is famous for its wild fluctuations, ranging very hot to very cold, very wet to very dry, and very snowy to very...not. This winter has been no exception.  Snow piled up in drifts eight feet high.  Icicles, six feet long, hung from the roof-or in some cases, hung all the way to the ground.  On three separate occasions, a dump truck and front-end loder was need to remove the snow from main street.  And more than once, the police formed a blockade to prevent anyone from leaving town-because of the danger posed by the snow and bitter cold. Wintry weather in its various forms continued (I’m not making this up) into mid-May!
But now, all of that is behind us.  The entire countryside has burst into greenery and bloom.  The buffalo are grazing contentedly in the fields, and I can finally leave the house without a jacket.  It was a long time coming, but when summer finally arrives, these plains sing.

The Great Food Distribution of 2019
This February, our reservation faced a unique and daunting problem.  The federal government shutdown caused a complication with the Department of Social Services, which made food stamps temporarily unavailable.  As a result, most people estimated that food stamp recipients on the Cheyenne River Reservation would be without food for two straight weeks. That meant that 3,000 people-more than a third of our population-would be without food.  This was a crisis.
Knowing that First Baptist Church lacked the resources to meet this colossal need, I prayed about what to do.  And God sent an idea:  There was no organization on the rez, religious or secular, who could provide such a massive amount of food for so many people.  But what if we all worked together?  What if every church and charitable organization in the entire area pooled its knowledge, its funding, its volunteers and its resources into one huge effort?   Could we stop this hunger that threatened to devour our communities?
I began to make phone calls and meet with various people, and God immediately began to open doors.  Churches from all over the reservation agreed to help-each of them in different ways.  Our local homeless shelter, the Mustard Seed, became involved in shopping and deciding on the contents of individual food boxes.  Some churches gave money.  Some promised volunteers.  Some said they would help transport food to the sixteen outlying settlements.  First Baptist Church opened its doors as a storage and distribution facility.  One man, Reggie Kills a Hundred, volunteered to live at the church to prevent anyone from breaking in and stealing the food.  Each and every day, an impossible problem would arise, and I would wonder if the project could ever be finished.  And each day, a solution would emerge that swept the problem away.  The Holy Spirit was moving.



Together, we collected $11,000 and gave the entire sum to the food bank, who sold us food at the price of $0.18 per pound.  On February 12, a transfer truck arrived at First Baptist Church, unloading more than 30,000 pounds of food on 27 pallets.  Our local grocery store, the Lakota Thrifty Mart, lent us heavy equipment to carry it into our sanctuary, where it totally filled the room.  Now, the real work began.



  

Every apple, potato, canned peach and box of crackers had to be sorted, packed into bags and carefully stored.  This was a difficult task, and it took an entire week. Dozens of people came from all over the reservation, and they formed assembly lines to pack all the bags, one by one.  Windswept Academy sent everyone from their older grades to volunteer on two mornings. Some churches came down in one big group to lend a hand.  Some missionaries dedicated their time.  Some people walked in off the street, packed bags for two hours, and left without giving their name.  One man worked a full day at his job, went home to his ranch, did all his chores, then came back and help package food for two hours.  The people were vigorous and diligent, and by Friday the work was done.




On Monday, February 18th, the giveaway began.  People flooded throught front door of the church, showed their food stamp card, and left with bundles of food for their families.  Larger families received more food, while smaller families received less. All were grateful.  
After only half a day, I twisted my ankle on a wet floor and could barely walk for weeks.  But from the moment I injured myself, other volunteers arrived and began to pick up my slack.  The Lord was watching out for me.
Representatives from churches and communities all over the reservation arrived, bearing lists of people in their communities who needed help. They left with large quantities of food, and distributed it to families in all 16 of the outlying settlements.  
As the giveaway entered its third day, we became aware of a great surprise.  The Lord was multiplying our food supply, such that it could be used to feed more people than we had first estimated.  We spread the word that we would no longer be distributing only to food stamp recipients.  Anyone who lacked food was welcome to come and take a portion.  The people came, and were glad.

In the end, we gave all the food away-all 30,000 pounds of it.  We fed (conservatively) 4,000 people-nearly half the population of the entire reservation! Every single community in the 5,000 square miles of our reservation received food.  And all of this was done despite none of our volunteers being involved in anything quite like it before.  God’s hand was in this.  He directed it from beginning to end.  What happened this February was a testament to what God can do, and what the Body of Christ can do when they unite behind a common purpose.  May God, who makes all things possible, be forever praised for this wonderful event.
The Fabulous Floor Fitters from Far Away

  



When I was growing up, my home church was Burkemont Baptist Church in Morganton, North Carolina.  I made many friends there, and we did a lot of work together. Now that I live out here, Burkemont has formed a strong relationship with First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte. This spring, that relationship took the form of a mission team of skilled craftsmen who came to Eagle Butte to lay down some flooring.  Our Sunday School and nursery had contained carpet that was at least ten years old, and ran the risk of exposing the children to lice.  The men worked so fast and so skillfully that I might have easily mistaken their work for magic!  Now we have beautiful laminate flooring in both our Sunday School room and our nursery, and I am once again overwhelmed with gratitude to the people of Burkemont Baptist Church, who are so greatly supportive in our ministry.
An Unfortunate Crime Spree


Some news is good, and some of it is less so. About two months ago, a young man thought it would be hilarious to grab a pellet gun and go around town, shooting out windows.  He did damage to at least seven different properties before he finally stopped. Our church van was one of the targets, and we were forced to replace two of its windows with duct tape until glass replacements could be found.  This is part of life-some people just enjoy making the world uglier, for some reason. But we pick ourselves up, repair the damages, and keep plugging away.  That’s how winning is done. 

A Local Women’s Conference and My Famous Wife

  


Calvary Chapel Church is a church in the nearby city of Dupree that is our ally in spreading the gospel.  They recently hosted a women’s conference for Christian women from all over the area.  The result was tremendous.  The women shared a meal, listened to speakers, and encouraged one another in the faith.  A few of the husbands, myself included, helped prepare the meal.  But I am particularly proud of this event because…my wife was one of the speakers!  Tiffany did a great job (though she was nervous), and the women were greatly edified. I am looking forward to sharing collaborative efforts with other Christ-centered churches in the future.
Remodeling!



For years, our church’s sanctuary has had dark wood paneling, which gave the entire room a dark sort of feeling.  So about a month ago, we decided to change it.  The women of our church discussed the best color choices, and several of us pitched in and worked together to make it a reality. Now, our sanctuary is a much lighter color, and its light fixtures have been replaced by far brighter ones that use less electricity.  Everyone seems pleased with the change, and we’re enjoying this more pleasant worship environment.

First Baptist Church Turns 50!


  

In the year 1969, under the leadership of a fiery missionary named Ballard White, First Baptist Church formed a constitution and became an official church.  That means that this year is our 50th anniversary! To commemorate this happy occasion, I’ve made several plans for this year.  But the first of these is a display in our lobby, showing other things that happened in the year 1969.  These included the moon landing, the election of Richard Nixon, Woodstock, the invention of microprocessors, the first transplant of a human eye, and the founding of PBS.  Also, bell-bottom pants were cool.
Later this year, the big celebration will take place. We will be hosting a series of revival meetings, each of which will feature a speaker who was significant in the history of our church.  On the last day, we will hold a dinner on the grounds, and bury a time capsule-to be opened on our 75thanniversary!  It’s going to be a great celebration of what the Lord has done for us. I’m just happy to be pastoring the church on such a special occasion!
Children Learning the Gospel Every Week




Speaking of special occasions, every Sunday is a special occasion at First Baptist Church.  That’s because every Sunday is an opportunity to teach the youth of the community about Jesus.  We send out a van to pick up children in the community, and teach two Sunday School classes, divided by age.  Meanwhile, a Bible study is provided for the adults, as well.  Sunday affords us a unique opportunity to know our savior more intimately, and I hope we are faithful in using it well!

Clothing Giveaways, Courtesy of You!



Many times over the years, people ask me if I can find a use for some extra clothes, or blankets, or toys, or you-name-it. And I always give the same reply: “If you can get it here, we can get it into the hands of someone who needs it.” Thanks to your donations, we have been able to host two large clothing giveaways in the last six months!  Many people who were in need of clothes have them now, because of your generosity! Thank you so much, and may God bless you all!



So perhaps you are wondering how you can become a partner with us in our ministry here in Eagle Butte?  If so, then we are happy to tell you, since we welcome assistance from the body of Christ. Here is what we need the most:
Prayer. It may be true that our church is getting along very well at the moment, and that God is doing great things here.  But it is precisely when a church is being used by God that Satan does all in his power to destroy it.  So please pray, my brothers and sisters.  Pray that our leadership will keep their hearts pure and humble, and that we will live at peace with each other.  Pray that we will be protected from the power of the enemy, and that God’s Holy Spirit will shine through in our lives.  Pray that the Lakotas in the community will come to know the Lord, and that the commitment they make will not be a superficial group of words, but a real change in their Spirits that will alter the course of their lives for eternity.  
E-mail addresses. For those of you who have e-mail addresses, please send them to me.  That way, these monthly newsletters can be forwarded to everyone in your church who wants one-and you can get it in color!  Just send your name and e-mail address to me at benfarrar777@hotmail.com, and I’ll make sure you receive this newsletter as often as it comes out.
Financial Assistance. Our church is fortunate to have members who are generous in their giving. But some of our most generous members are, nevertheless, very poor.  We have long been blessed with assistance from outside churches and individuals, and we try to use those gifts wisely and well.  If any one of you wishes to bless the church with a financial gift, you may send it to:

First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte
P.O. Box 170
Eagle Butte, SD 57625


May God bless you all, and draw you closer to Himself each and every day.
Yours in Christ,

Rev. Ben Farrar
Pastor
First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte













Monday, January 14, 2019

First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte
P.O. Box 170, Eagle Butte, SD 57625
(605) 964-3617 (Office) / (502) 891-1704 (Pastor’s Cell)


January 12, 2019

Dear Friends,






I owe to you all a great apology, as it has been a long time since last I wrote a newsletter to you.  Since the death of my mother, life has seemed more overwhelming to me.  I have found it difficult to keep up with as much work as before, and am only now returning to what I could call normal.  Regrettably, the newsletter has suffered as a result, and I am sorry. You are all partners with us in ministry, and it waswrong to keep you in the dark for so long.
Our church has prospered in the past year. Attendance has its ups and downs, but is on an upward trend.  It is very cold outside these days, and the snow occasionally needs to be dealt with using a dump truck, but the weather has not chilled our membership’s interest in church.  This morning, I presided over a service with nearly fifty people in it-the sanctuary felt very full!  Two men, lacking transportation, had walked across town in the cold to get to church. When I see people making worship into a priority, it nearly makes my heart burst!
A LOT has happened over the past months. Let me give you some of the highlights:

Baptisms, Glorious Baptisms!




A young couple, Corwyn and Mellisa, came forward at the invitation some months ago, and indicated their desire to become Christians.  Over time, they attended our discipleship classes and grew in their faith.  I had the privilege of baptizing them during the Sunday morning service, and they have been faithfully worshipping alongside of us ever since!  I cherish the opportunity I am given, as a pastor, to be present for these amazing works that the Holy Spirit does in the lives of the people.  
But the good news doesn’t end there!  Four more people have begun the discipling process with me, and I anxiously hope to baptize each of them in the future!

The Feast of Thanksgiving






First Baptist Church has long enjoyed a working friendship with Hamilton Baptist Church of Hamilton, VA.  One thing we love to do together is cooperate to put on a Thanksgiving meal for the entire community each year.  This year was certainly no exception, as Hamilton dispatched its best cooks to prepare and promote this year’s Thanksgiving Feast. Hamilton prepared the food; our youth served it, and I filled in whatever little potholes came up along the way. More than 300 people ate and were satisfied, and everyone left happy.  That was a beautiful night, and like the men and women of Hamilton, I was excited to be a part of it!

Windswept Academy Celebrates Ten Years


Another partnership that First Baptist Church has long enjoyed is with the nearby Christian school, Windswept Academy.Founded in 2008, this school grew from an enrollment of just three students to over ninety!  Here, brilliant educators with a heart for spreading the Gospel work to benefit the minds and souls of the student body.  More than thirty children have professed faith in Christ through the beautiful work that is done here.  And best of all, I get to be the chaplain!
This past year, Windswept Academy celebrated ten years of ministering to the community.  They celebrated with a special meal and presentation at the school.  But I couldn’t shake the feeling that, as good as this ride has been, Windswept Academy is only getting started. Beginning next academic year, the Academy will be offering a full K-12 curriculum, allowing students to graduate from high school here at Windswept.  The school is experimenting with a range of different electives for the older grade levels, and they even brought me in to teach Theatre Arts! God willing, the future of Windswept Academy will be a bright one, and First Baptist Church will enter that future side-by-side with them!  And speaking of anniversaries…

First Baptist Church-Celebrating Fifty Years!





Yes, you read that right.  In the 1960s, an energetic missionary by the name of Ballard White started a church plant to minister to the Lakota people of the Cheyenne River reservation.  They began holding worship meetings in a building which had formerly been a gas station. In 1969, this gathering of worshippers was fully constituted into a church.  This church became the First Baptist Church that we know today.
In recognition of this important milestone, First Baptist Church is putting together a series of commemorative celebrations. These include special guest preachers, a week-long series of revival meetings, a time capsule, and all kinds of other nostalgic hullabaloo.  I can’t wait to get started celebrating what the Lord has done for us-or to see what He has for us in the future!

Providing Much-Needed Supplies to the Community


Sometimes, churches and individuals will contact me, asking if the people of Eagle Butte have any need for clothing, or shoes or you-name-it.  Always, my answer to them is the same: “If the Holy Spirit has laid it on your heart to give a thing, send it.  If you can get it here, we can get it into the hands of the people who need it.”
Many generous men and women from across the country have donated things to us over the past several months.  This has allowed us to hold four separate giveaways for the poor of this community, each of which resulted in hundreds of items being given away!  I am grateful to everyone who partnered with us in this endeavour.  

Spiritual Resolutions for 2019


A new year has little real significance, of course.  It’s just another tic on the calendar.  But it does offer us the occasion to reflect on our lives. And when we do that, it offers us the opportunity to improve.
To this end, I began a project at the beginning of this year.  I gave everyone in the congregation the opportunity to make a spiritual resolution-a method by which they wanted to progress in their spiritual lives during the year 2019.  Some resolved to read the Bible in a year; others resolved to start a daily devotional; still others resolved to attend Sunday morning Bible Study more regularly, or to begin coming to church on Wednesday nights.  
Whatever their resolution, First Baptist Church resolved to help them achieve it.  For some, I provided counseling.  For others, the church purchased a Bible-in-a-year planner.  For still others, we bought daily devotionals.  And of course, anyone who doesn’t own a Bible can get one here, without cost.
One cannot predict where this will lead.  But I can only see it leading to a good place.  After all, even if we do not reach our goals, we at least will have made progress!


So perhaps you are wondering how you can become a partner with us in our ministry here in Eagle Butte?  If so, then we are happy to tell you, since we welcome assistance from the body of Christ. Here is what we need the most:
Prayer. It may be true that our church is getting along very well at the moment, and that God is doing great things here.  But it is precisely when a church is being used by God that Satan does all in his power to destroy it.  So please pray, my brothers and sisters.  Pray that our leadership will keep their hearts pure and humble, and that we will live at peace with each other.  Pray that we will be protected from the power of the enemy, and that God’s Holy Spirit will shine through in our lives.  Pray that the Lakotas in the community will come to know the Lord, and that the commitment they make will not be a superficial group of words, but a real change in their Spirits that will alter the course of their lives for eternity.  
E-mail addresses. For those of you who have e-mail addresses, please send them to me.  That way, these monthly newsletters can be forwarded to everyone in your church who wants one-and you can get it in color!  Just send your name and e-mail address to me at benfarrar777@hotmail.com, and I’ll make sure you receive this newsletter as often as it comes out.
Financial Assistance. Our church is fortunate to have members who are generous in their giving. But some of our most generous members are, nevertheless, very poor.  We have long been blessed with assistance from outside churches and individuals, and we try to use those gifts wisely and well.  If any one of you wishes to bless the church with a financial gift, you may send it to:

First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte
P.O. Box 170
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

In the last month, a financial gift was made in honor of, Miles Pinckney Farrar, Elizabeth Henkle Farrar and Joseph Webb Farrar and Catherine Powell Farrar.

May God bless you all, and draw you closer to Himself each and every day.
Yours in Christ,

Rev. Ben Farrar
Pastor
First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte

Thursday, May 24, 2018


First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte

P.O. Box 170, Eagle Butte, SD 57625

(605) 891-1704 (Pastor’s Cell)/ www.fbceaglebutte.com (Website)

May 24, 2018

Dear Friends,




Here in Eagle Butte, Spring lasts about three weeks.  We can get blizzards as late as May, and the really hot temperatures start at about…late May.  But when it is here, Spring truly is a beautiful time.  
I love this city.  Twice this year, I’ve been driving to the grocery store and seen someone riding a horse down the sidewalk on main street.  Last month, I ate lunch at the Dairy Queen and discovered that I was sitting next to two real, modern day cowboys.  And earlier this year, my wife’s school had one of its entrances blocked by a giant mass of tumbleweeds!
I haven’t sent a newsletter in about five months, and for that I apologize.  Recent events caused the church to slow down for a time, and there was not much news.  But now, there is plenty, and I’m anxious to share it all with you!

One Heart Stops; Many Others Break


This March, I learned that my mother was dying of cancer.  After conferring with the elders of my church, they all agreed to let me travel to my home town in North Carolina to be with her. I am blessed to be a part of a church that is so generous.  They didn’t even tell me when I had to be back.
Once I arrived, my brother and I took it in turns to watch over her, day and night.  I came to see it as a kind of privilege.  Mom had always been a very giving person, and she had always been there for me whenever I needed her.  So I was happy to get the opportunity to be there for her in these last days.  
What struck me the most was my mother’s attitude.  It could best be described as annoyance.  Mom had never been the sort who let things bother her. And now that she was facing a painful death, the worst that she felt was annoyed!  There was no fear in her.  And no regret. None.  She was happy about her life, and looking forward to Heaven.  Sickness and death were nothing but an annoying, and temporary, inconvenience in her eyes.  Such is the hope and confidence granted by the power of our Lord Jesus.
I returned home with an awkward mixture of grief and happiness.  Grief for the loss of my mother; happiness for the life she now enjoys.  And I am grateful to my church family, for letting me be there.

Miracle Babies




About nine months ago, Adam and Rachel Cowan (two missionaries who are part of our church) heard some happy news:  Rachel had become pregnant.  Their happiness was compounded when they learned that she was carrying identical twins: their second pair!  It was extremely exciting for everyone, until the fateful doctors’ appointment.
The doctors informed the Cowans that the twins had a rare condition, causing neither of them to get adequate nourishment.  They were dying, and would soon be dead.  The only thing that could save their lives was a rarely-performed surgery.  And the closest hospital that did this type of surgery was 500 miles away, in Denver. And even if the surgery were done, the survival of both twins was not certain, or even likely.  And even if they survived, there was likely to be severe damage to one of them, or both.
Adam and Rachel immediately went to Denver, and I went to the internet. I went there to contact all of you. I asked you to join me in prayer for the Cowan twins, in the knowledge that God has full control over their life and health.  I asked for prayer, and how you all answered my call!  Immediately, I started receiving dozens of confirmations from all over America, saying that you were praying for the Cowans.  We begged God for help, lifting them up with one voice.
The following day, Rachel went in for surgery.  The doctors said it went well, but that only time would tell. The following day, they said the recovery going better than expected.  The next day, they said it was going MUCH better than expected.  Not long afterwards, these medical professionals began using a very biblical word: Miracle.  The nurses were crying, saying that this type of surgery almost never goes so well.  And a short time ago, Rachel gave birth to two beautiful, healthy twin girls.  Their names are Zoey and Lilly. And they are a living testament to the restorative power of God.

We’re a Part of the Community


My wife, Tiffany, and I moved to this area from Kentucky, and for a long time we felt like outsiders.  But over the past seven years, we have come to feel more and more a part of Eagle Butte, and its people have come to feel like our people.  The most recent example of this came last Sunday.  Tiffany teaches sixth grade at the public school, and this past weekend some of her students graduated high school for the first time!  We felt very proud of these kids as they advanced to this new stage of life, and we are already looking forward to next year, when we can see the next graduation!

Speaking of Graduations…



This Tuesday, Windswept Academy (our local Christian school) hosted its end-of-the-year program and Kindergarten graduation.  Hundreds of parents and family members gathered together in the Oglala Lakota College auditorium to see this great exhibition.  The students sang songs and performed a piano recital.  
The kindergarteners performed “The Three Little Pigs”-a new take on the old fairy tale which allowed them to act out a play while simultaneously reciting Bible verses and showing off their counting skills.  Then they all received their diplomas.  It was a very sweet end to a very good school year!
Painting!


Since I arrived in Eagle Butte, Our fellowship hall has been a light beige color, with a peach trim.  But after discussing it with the church, I decided that it needed a new look.  With the help of Bryson Dupris, a local artist and one our church members, I set about painting the fellowship hall white and blue.  The two of us worked on it for days, and it took a lot more work than I expected. But it turned out great!  It’s like a whole new building!

The Grand Giveaway




Our church enjoys a warm friendship with various churches from around the country. Sometimes, members of these churches contact me, asking if the poor of Eagle Butte have need of clothing.  I always tell them the same thing:  “If the Lord moves you to give anything, we can get it into the hands of people who need it.”  And the Lord does move people to do just that.
Two weeks ago, I used these gifts from across the country to host a giveaway at First Baptist Church.  Any of the poor from the community were free to come in and shop, without cost.  It was a great success.  Hundreds of items were given away, and dozens of people were clothed in the process.  I am grateful to our donors, who made this giveaway possible.  And I am grateful to the Lord, who allows me to be a conduit for His blessings!

Bittersweet Goodbyes


This past Sunday marked the last time that some of our church members would be among us.  William Hall, who until now has been a teacher at Windswept Academy, is moving to Texas with His wife, Richelle, and their four children.  There, he will be serving as a youth pastor at a church! Meanwhile, Rebecca Yu (a part-time missionary and full-time pharmacist) is moving from Eagle Butte to work at a pharmacy in Portland.  It is rare that a person leaves the church with the intention of working in a missionary capacity, and especially rare that two people should do it on the same day! First Baptist Church was resolved to make the most of this opportunity.
           We held a special service in honor of the occasion.  I preached on the Great Commission, using it to encourage William, Richelle, Rebecca, and everyone in the congregation to boldly witness for Jesus. I asked all three of them to come to the front of the church, where we laid hands on them and prayed.  With one voice, we asked God to bless them and their future work.  This is the Body of Christ in action.  I’m so proud to be a part of it.


So perhaps you are wondering how you can become a partner with us in our ministry here in Eagle Butte?  If so, then we are happy to tell you, since we welcome assistance from the body of Christ. Here is what we need the most:
Prayer.  It may be true that our church is getting along very well at the moment, and that God is doing great things here.  But it is precisely when a church is being used by God that Satan does all in his power to destroy it.  So please pray, my brothers and sisters.  Pray that our leadership will keep their hearts pure and humble, and that we will live at peace with each other.  Pray that we will be protected from the power of the enemy, and that God’s Holy Spirit will shine through in our lives.  Pray that the Lakotas in the community will come to know the Lord, and that the commitment they make will not be a superficial group of words, but a real change in their Spirits that will alter the course of their lives for eternity. 
E-mail addresses.  For those of you who have e-mail addresses, please send them to me.  That way, these monthly newsletters can be forwarded to everyone in your church who wants one!  Just send your name and e-mail address to me at benfarrar777@hotmail.com, and I’ll make sure you receive this newsletter as often as it comes out.
Financial Assistance.  Our church is fortunate to have members who are generous in their giving. But some of our most generous members are, nevertheless, very poor.  We have long been blessed with assistance from outside churches and individuals, and we try to use those gifts wisely and well.  
If any one of you wishes to bless the church with a financial gift, you may send it to:

 First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte
P.O. Box 170
Eagle Butte, SD 57625 

Eleven donations were recently made in memory of Catherine Farrar.

May God bless you all, and draw you closer to Himself each and every day.
Yours in Christ,

Rev. Ben Farrar
Pastor
First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte