Sunday Ministries:

9:00 a.m.: The Sanctuary
10:40 a.m.: The Sanctuary
10:40 a.m.: The Venue
6:00 p.m.: Small Group Ministries

Wednesday Ministries:

6:00 p.m.: Orchestra Rehearsal
6:15 p.m.: Kids and Teen Ministries
6:30 p.m.: Adult Ministries with a wide variety of choices,
including Choir Rehearsal

Feb
05

Feb 9-11: Resolve & Revive with Evangelist Dan Bohi

Sunday, Feb 9 - Dan Bohi preaches @ 8:30 & 10 am (Pastor Wayne Cheselka preaches @ 11 am)

Sun @ 5 pm - All-Church Prayer Meeting

Sun @ 6 pm - Sunday Night Service with Dan Bohi

Mon @ 6:30 pm - Worship & Preaching (Dan Bohi)
Tues @ 6:30 pm - Worship & Preaching (Dan Bohi)

Nursery and KidsWay available for each service

Dan Bohi was raised in Olathe, Kansas, surrounded by strong-hearted believers who nurtured within his mind and heart, a love for God and the Church. Born to longtime Nazarene Evangelist, Jim and Carolyn Bohi, Dan's father was often away from home, singing the Gospel message in churches literally around the world.

On June 15th, 1995 Dan was severely injured in a collision with a heavy construction truck. Months spent in a hospital bed presented Dan with few options. The one that he exercised was to read the Word of God hour after hour. That Word came alive to Dan and he experienced a personal encounter with Jesus that was truly life changing! As the healing process ensued, something else was changing. No longer satisfied with a nominal relationship with Christ, Dan experienced an ever-deepening immersion into the very life of Christ.
Stepping away from familiar routines and laying down the tools of a craftsman, Dan Bohi ventured out by faith in response to God's new vision of evangelism as he has ministered in prisons, retreats, camp meetings, conferences as well as local churches. A new blueprint preoccupies Dan's mind and heart-the Word of God-from God, to the people of God for times like these. With an open Bible and a warm heart, Dan preaches God's message to both the Church and the world...a message of hope, holiness and power. His ministry emerges from a commitment to radical obedience and it always anticipates God's profound response.

He married his high school sweetheart, Debbie Owens, and they reside in Gardner, Kansas. They have four married children and soon-to-be 12 beautiful grandchildren.