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The expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church by Pastors/Elders Jim Osman, Jess Whetsel, Dave Rich, and Cornel Rasor.

The expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church by Pastors/Elders Jim Osman, Jess Whetsel, Dave Rich, and Cornel Rasor.


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The expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church by Pastors/Elders Jim Osman, Jess Whetsel, Dave Rich, and Cornel Rasor.






Why Be Baptized? (Matthew 28:16-20)

Jesus commanded that believers in Him be baptized by immersion after placing their faith in Him for salvation. This is the demonstrable New Testament teaching and pattern. We look at the commands to be baptized, the pattern of the New Testament, and the symbolism of Baptism. A few objections and questions were answered. An exposition of Matthew 28:16-20 and Selected Scriptures.


Moses: Faith to Pass Through the Sea (Hebrews 11:29)

By faith, Moses led the nation through the Red Sea trusting in the promises of God. Egypt is destroyed in the final act of divine hardening and judgment. An examination of that great act of God’s salvation through judgment. An exposition of Hebrews 11:29.


Moses: Faith to Trust in the Blood (Hebrews 11:28)

Moses trusted God’s word concerning judgment and deliverance and thus observed the Passover and the sprinkling of the blood. An exposition of Hebrews 11:28.


Moses: Faith to Endure Pharoah’s Wrath (Hebrews 11:27)

Moses led the Exodus of Israel from Egypt boldly confronting Pharoah and promising God’s judgment upon him. By faith, he did not fear the wrath of the King. An exposition of Hebrews 11:27.


Moses: Faith to Choose Reproach, Part 3 (Hebrews 11:24-26)

Moses chose between two prizes: Reproach and Treasure. In what way did Moses experience the “reproach of Christ?" An exposition of Hebrews 11:24-26.


Moses: Faith to Choose Reproach, Part 2 (Hebrews 11:24-26)

Moses chose ill-treatment along with God’s people over the costly pleasures of sin. He chose between two positions: royalty and slavery. An exposition of Hebrews 11:24-26.


Moses: Faith to Choose Reproach, Part 1 (Hebrews 11:24-26)

Moses turned his back on the treasures of Egypt for something of much greater value. An exposition of Hebrews 11:24-26.


Moses’ Parents: Faith to Hide a Child (Hebrews 11:23; Exodus 1-2)

? Believing God’s promises, Moses’ parents hid him disobeying Pharaoh’s edict. An exposition of Hebrews 11:23 and select passages from Exodus.


Biblical Reconciliation (Ephesians 2:11-22)

God has reconciled sinners to Himself and to each other. In Ephesians 2, the Apostle Paul describes racial reconciliation and gives God’s answer to racism and racial hostility. An exposition of Ephesians 2:11-22.


Moses: The Great Lawgiver (Hebrews 11:22-29)

An overview of the life and significance of Moses. We look at the details given in Hebrews 11 and see why Moses’ faith was significant to the original readers. An exposition of Hebrews 11:23-29.


Joseph: Faith in God’s Future Deliverance (Hebrews 11:22)

Joseph’s dying command was to have his bones taken out of Egypt in the Exodus so he could be buried in the land God had promised to give him. By faith he “saw” with spiritual eyes the fulfillment of all God’s good promises. An exposition of Hebrews 11:22.


Jacob: Faith to Worship While Dying (Hebrews 11:21)

Faith is seen in Jacob in his dying moments when he blesses Joseph’s sons and worships God. An exposition of Hebrews 11:21.


Isaac: Faith to Confer the Blessings (Hebrews 11:20)

Isaac believed in the promises given to his father Abraham. Though intending the blessing for Esau, Isaac blessed Jacob conferring the promises of the Abrahamic Covenant upon him and his descendants. Overruled by God’s providence, Isaac’s faith blessed the one God intended all along. An exposition of Hebrews 11:20 and selected Old Testament passages.


Jesus Sustains Us For His Glory (1 Kings 19:1-18)

The Angel of the Lord sustained Elijah and today, as our Great High Priest, He sustains us as well. Jesus secures and sustains us for a great salvation. An exposition of 1 Kings 19:1-18. For those who would like to support the Burns family's efforts in their Alaska ministry, you can donate here. And for those who are interested in supporting their international ministry, you can donate here.


The Trial and Triumph of Abraham’s Faith (Hebrews 11:17-19)

Abraham's faith is demonstrated in his obedience to God‘s command. Offering Isaac showed the depth of Abraham’s faith and his unflinching trust in God’s promises. An exposition of Hebrews 11:17.


Job: Faith For Resurrection (Job 19:23-27)

The revelation of and belief in bodily resurrection was very robust, even in the earliest times of the biblical record. Job, by faith, trusted Yahweh for his redemption, resurrection, and ultimate reward. An exposition of Job 19:23-27.


Abraham: Faith that Passes the Test (Hebrews 11:17-9; Genesis 22)

The next example of faith is Abraham’s obedience to God’s command to offer Isaac. We begin in Hebrews 11 and then go to Genesis 22 to get the historical context. We see Abraham’s obedience and faithfulness, and ultimately the grace of God in providing a sacrifice. An exposition of Genesis 11:17 and Genesis 22.


The Patriarchs: Faith for a City, Part 2 (Hebrews 11:13-16)

Though they would die without ever seeing their promises fulfilled, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob did not abandon the promise or disobey the Lord by returning to the land they had left. They remained in the Promised Land, faithfully living in expectation of that day when the Lord would fulfill His word just as He had promised. An exposition of Hebrews 11:13-16.


The Patriarchs: Faith for a City, Part 1 (Hebrews 11:13-16)

Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob died without receiving the promises, yet with eyes of faith, they saw them while fixing their hope and confidence on the future fulfillment in the Resurrection. An exposition of Hebrews 11:13-16.


Sarah: Faith for a Son (Hebrews 11:11-12)

Though initially greeting God’s promise with unbelief, Sarah triumphed in faith and conceived a son. She is an example of faith’s reward. An exposition of Hebrews 11:11-12.