The Rev. Dr. Tim Boggess

Denomination: Presbyterian Church (USA) (PCUSA)
Organization: Northwest Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA

The Rev. Dr. Tim Boggess is pastor of Northwest Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, GA.

He is a graduate of Whitworth College in Spokane, WA, and earned a master of divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from McCormick Theological Seminary.

He came to Northwest in 2008 after serving as pastor of Madison (GA) Presbyterian Church. Before that he served churches in Cartersville, GA, and Perry, OK.

He is married to Heather and they are the parents of two children.

Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Dr. Tim Boggess

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In The Hole He Goes

Sunday January 11, 2009
Now what? That is the question on my mind today. The great drama of Advent is over. After their own harrowing journey to the manger, Mary and Joseph have welcomed their son into the world.

Skills and Gills

Sunday January 11, 2009
King Solomon finds himself way in over his head and seeks help from God. As Dr. Tim Boggess explains in this week's sermon, when we realize all that we cannot do, we are in a perfect position to discover all that God can do.

How Jesus Ruins Everything

Sunday January 11, 2009
Dr. Tim Boggess says Jesus' difficult teachings shows he may not have been the easiest person to deal with. While no one scares us or challenges us as much as Jesus does, no one makes us feel safer or loves us as much.

Tim Boggess: Why You Will Join the Wrong Church

Sunday January 11, 2009
Dr. Tim Boggess says that, regarding the conflict at the church in Philippi, Paul wasn’t interested in preserving the peace--he was interested in making it. He wanted the Philippians not to give up on one another, but to double down on Jesus.

Radio by The Rev. Dr. Tim Boggess

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Rev. Timothy Boggess - Podcast Extra Interview 2009

Sunday January 11, 2009
The Rev. Timothy Boggess sits down with Peter Wallace and discusses the diversity and culture he has seen as he has traveled for the church. Discusses the difference between large communities and small, and his current church in Atlanta.