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If the leadership of your church does not vocally, openly, and staunchly oppose the theology presented by “The Shack,” you need to find a new church. It is really that simple. If they cannot spot the heresy in this book, they are not qualified to protect the flock from false doctrine – not in the least.
They are not shepherds, they are hirelings who are more than willing to open the gate and let the wolves come in and ravage the flock. Don’t walk, RUN from that place!
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This October, we celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The date we assign to the beginning of that Reformation is October 31, 1517. Five centuries ago, an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed a document, today known as “The...read more
Sunday, September 24, we started our series celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation. You can see from the series of sermon titles and texts below that we will be addressing some (not all) of the theological divisions...read more
The elders of Kootenai Community Church (signed below) have watched with grieved hearts as our brother and faithful minister of the gospel, Justin Peters, has been maligned, slandered, and publicly misrepresented in recent weeks. Justin and his wife, Kathy, have been...read more
Solomon offers an honest and poetic description of old age and death. He encourages us to remember our Creator while we are young. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 12:1-8.