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Luke 17:11-19 Who will Give Thanks

A Thanksgiving Message: How many people actually return to Jesus and give thanks for healing? 1 out of 10 seems to be the percentage. Do you and I have a grateful heart? When was the last time you returned and gave thanks for something God has done in your life? Why not pause right now and give him thanks for all the good things he does for you (James 1:17).



Jonah 4:6-11 An Angry Man Schooled By God

Here we find Jonah being taken to school by God. Jonah has an anger problem, and God is going to teach him a lesson using three objects – a plant, a worm, and an vehement east wind. Jonah comes face to face with the fact that he is more concerned with his comfort then he is about the people that he is angry with. What about us? Pick up your Bible and follow along.



Jonah 4:1-5 So You Have An Anger Issue

Are you angry? Do you have an anger issue? Jonah was angry, and he was angry at God. How will you and I handle our anger? Here God provides us a whole package deal on how we are to deal with our anger issue. Pick up your Bible and follow along as Pastor Kim unpackages the way God desires that we handle our anger.



Jonah 3:5-10 A Great Awakening

What was it like in colonial America when the Great Awakenings occurred? When revival fires broke out among people, and repentance was taking place? Here in our text we see revival among those whom Jonah delivered God’s message. Only eight words in the English language, and yet what a conversion among people. Pick up your Bible and follow along. We are in such a need for an awakening today.



Jonah 3:3-4 Putting Feet to Obedience

Will we obey God? Jonah finally did what God commissioned him to do. He went and he preached in Nineveh. Will we go and do what God commissioned us to do? Will we respond in quick obedience. Grab your Bible and listen along.



Jonah 3:1-3 The God of Second Chance

Pastor Kim returns to the book of Jonah and teaches on the truth of our God being a God who gives us second chances. Learn about the various Old and New Testament individuals that received a second chance from God. Learn four ways to apply God’s Word to our daily lives. Pick up your Bible and follow along.



Matthew 28:18-20 Mission Possible

On September 15th I spoke at a small group training conference in Moses Lake, Wa. It was sponsored by the Northwest Baptist Convention  Region 5 Team. I was able to lead the following elective session “Mission Possible” twice during the day. It was my goal to inspire people to develop a TEAM (Totally Excited About Missions), and “Go” do their part in fulfilling the Great Commission. I trust that you might benefit from this conference recording.



Love 2012 A Practical Love

God calls His people to love one another. In this message Pastor Kim speaks about down-to-earth ways to love others. He builds this message based on Galatians 6:10. Pick up your Bible and follow along.



Jonah 1:17 A Real Fish Tale

There are three main characters in Jonah 1:17. There is the LORD. He will determine the direction of the story. Then there is the great fish. This fish was commissioned for the purpose of consuming God’s prophet. Finally, there is Jonah. Jonah is the disobedient prophet who was running away from God’s commission. Many people laugh at the story of Jonah being swallowed by a great fish, but Jesus believed the story. Check out Matthew 12, and 16. Jesus speaks of Jonah as being a type of Himself. This is another great message from our pastor. Follow along with an open Bible.



Guest Speaker – Chris Rogne

Chris speaks about the churches involvement in loving people into God’s kingdom.