Kootenai Church Audio
We are pleased to provide the expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church to you in multiple formats. You can listen to the sermons directly on our website, and you can download the MP3 file to your computer if you so choose.
You may also subscribe to our podcast service via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, iHeart, and more. Select from our various podcast shows listed below. Simply click the podcast image to be redirected to the podcast subscription page.
Primary Podcast Feeds
This series of messages are those taught at our mid-week Bible Study taught by numerous elders and teachers. These messages are a compilation of our mid-week Bible Study series.
Morning Worship Series
Paul writes to the growing body of believers in Thessalonica. He is delighted that they are advancing in their knowledge of Christ and in their love for one another and he encourages them to continue so that they may grow even more.
1 Peter was written to teach us how to remain faithful and content in the midst of the heavy trials of our mortal life on earth, this “time of your sojourn.” We are taught the purpose and character of trials, seeing in them the sanctifying work of the Spirit revealing the genuineness of our God-given and, therefore, invincible, enduring faith.
Written by the half-brother of Jesus, the book of James has been described as “Christianity in blue jeans.” Right theology must lead to right living. Otherwise, it is worthless. James gives us theology applied.
Adult Sunday School Series
In the Marriage and Parenting series, we explore the spiritual foundations and responsibilities of familial roles. The directives for spouses are detailed, outlining seven areas for wives to spiritually submit to their husbands and twice as many areas for husbands to express love for their wives. The series also focuses on the father’s basic duty to raise their children in a loving and respectful environment. Central to the series is the concept of a spirit-filled life, which is the motivation and power behind a biblically faithful and fulfilling family life.
1 Samuel ushers in the monarchy as Samuel appoints Israel’s first king. Samuel was a prophet and judge over Israel. This book vividly brings forth the Sovereignty of Yahweh over all nations. This book focuses on the Davidic Covenant which points to Christ the true King of Israel.
1 Timothy: House Rules for God's Church
Haggai: Consider Your Ways
The book of first Corinthians chronicles the early years of the church founded in court by Paul the apostle. Their failures and their victories are laid out in great detail. Paul uses their story to provide a template for church correction.
Paul continues his discipleship of the saints in Corinth. Following his first letter, he saw some growth but he also saw continued deviation from the Word of God. He defends his apostleship and points the Corinthians to Christ for their continued sanctification.
This is one of Paul’s prison epistles and is considered to be the book of “joy”. Paul wrote this book while suffering in prison in Rome. This letter brings forth the humiliation, incarnation, and exaltation of Christ. Paul urges us as Christians to grow in Christlikeness.
Midweek Bible Studies
God has revealed Himself to be all-powerful, holy, righteous, and true. Therefore His Word is inerrant, infallible, and authoritative. In other words, the Bible comes with its own set of “operating instructions” based on the author and is the church’s sole rule for doctrine and practice, which includes hermeneutics. We will see how the prophets, apostles and Jesus Himself interpreted, preached, taught, and lived out the Word of God in dependence on and in the power of the Holy Spirit.
For the past 2,000 years, Jesus has been sovereignly building His Church. He has used all manner of people, places, and events to shape the theological traditions that continue to influence people today. Travel back in time as we spend åfive months together tracing the historical development of theology, and gain a much greater understanding of those who have gone before. In the end, we will be sobered by the constant threat of error, while being motivated to take our place in the long line of faithful witnesses who have stood the test of time.
Special Sermon Series
This series describes the qualifications and covenant of marriage. Scripture tells us about the roles of the husband and the wife and the blessings of following God’s precepts for marriage.
The goal of this series is the establishment and maintenance of a Biblical model of church government through obedience to the Biblical texts.