Pastor Jim was recently interviewed on the Justin Peters Radio Program and TV program about his book, Truth Or Territory. You can purchase all 12 30-minute interviews on 6 CD’s from Justin Peters Ministries. 50% of the proceeds from the CD sales go to help finish our new church facility.
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!
Did you know that a portion of your Amazon purchase can be used to support the work of Kootenai Community Church? Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase to the church and all the money given through Amazon Smile will be used for our new church building.
You can also directly support the construction of our new church building by buying items off our Amazon Wish List. This list is continually updated with items needed to finish the new facility. We thank you for your sacrificial contribution.
Have you ever wondered why so many of the wicked seem to prosper and so many of the righteous seem to suffer? Well, you are not alone. Asaph had the very same question in Psalm 73 and he nearly stumbled over it. In other words, he nearly lost his faith. Join me the...read more
Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby burst onto the evangelical and especially the Southern Baptist scene in the mid-90s. It is still being taught in churches all over the world today. To say that it has been a publishing juggernaut would be quite the understatement. In...read more
Here's a quick walk-through of our new facility for those who are not close enough to come and take a tour.read more
Solomon takes up the subject of death once again. He shows us that death is indiscriminate in its selection, deserved because of our sin, and destructive because of what it steals from us. An exposition of Ecclesiastes 9:2-6.