About Me & My Doctrinal Statement

Robert WimerAbout me:

I’m Robert Wimer, a professional singer, writer, graphic designer, and dedicated servant of Jesus Christ. By day, I work at Nestle in Trenton, MO.

My journey to where I am today has been nothing short of miraculous. Raised in a Christian household, I veered off into the shadows of the occult and struggled with personal demons. In 2008, my life took a dramatic turn when Jesus Christ saved me. This profound transformation now fuels my mission: to glorify Jesus through my creative talents and to guide others toward His redeeming love.

I find solace and inspiration in Christ and enjoy the vast universes of Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Stargate-SG1, and Battlestar Galactica, among others. These fantastic realms are not just escapes but reflections of the eternal battle between light and darkness, resonating deeply with my journey from darkness into the light of Christ.

My professional background spans singing, writing, graphic design, website setups, and SEO marketing. Yet, my heart truly lies in creating sci-fi and fantasy narratives for children and young adults laced with Christian themes. Currently, I’m working on a comic exploring the theme of spiritual warfare, aiming to captivate and enlighten young minds about the powers unseen.

Music moves me profoundly, and my tastes are as eclectic as my interests. They range from classical to rock, with a special place for Christian and bluegrass tunes. These genres not only entertain but also uplift and inspire my creative process.

Family is the cornerstone of my life, guiding my priorities: God first, followed by my wife, children, and then myself. This foundation shapes everything I do, striving to be a light on the stand in my personal and professional life.

In my leisure, I delve into the pages of classic sci-fi/fantasy novels or immerse myself in their cinematic counterparts. Photography is another canvas for my creative expression, capturing moments of beauty and wonder in the world around us.

The parable of the prodigal son, Philippians 4:6-9, and John 10:10 are just a few of the biblical anchors of my faith, reminding me of God’s infinite love and the abundant life He promises.

As I look to the future, my goal is simple yet profound: to be a beacon of hope, leading others to the saving grace of Jesus Christ through my life, actions, and work. Join me on this journey of faith, creativity, and discovery as we explore the wonders of creation and the Creator Himself.

Doctrinal Statement of Robert Wimer:

1. The Nature of God: God is triune, existing eternally in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He is uncreated, holy, righteous, just, and unchanging. God’s omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence reflect His divine sovereignty over creation (Deuteronomy 6:4; Isaiah 6:3; Revelation 19:6).

2. Scripture: The Holy Bible, composed of 66 books, is God’s inerrant and inspired Word, authored through the Holy Spirit. It is foundational for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness, fully equipping believers for every good work. The Scriptures testify of Jesus Christ, revealing the path to salvation (2 Timothy 3:16-17; John 5:39).

3. Jesus Christ: Jesus Christ, fully God and fully man, lived a sinless life on earth. Born of the Virgin Mary, He performed miracles, taught the truth, and provided the ultimate sacrifice for sin through His death on the cross. He rose bodily on the third day, ascended into heaven, and will return in glory. His redemptive work offers forgiveness and new life to all who believe (John 1:14; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4; Colossians 2:9).

4. Salvation: Salvation is a gift from God, received through faith alone in Jesus Christ. It is an instantaneous and irreversible act initiated by God through the Holy Spirit, who regenerates the sinner, enabling them to respond to the gospel. This faith results in completely forgiving all sins—past, present, and future—and secures the believer’s eternal destiny (Ephesians 2:8-9; Titus 3:5).

5. The Church: The church is the body of Christ, a global community of believers tasked with worshiping God, edifying one another, and proclaiming the gospel. It serves as a moral and spiritual lighthouse in society, demonstrating God’s kingdom through acts of love, mercy, and justice (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:42-47).

6. The Holy Spirit: The Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity, indwells all believers who have received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, serving as the seal of their salvation and the empowerer of their witness. He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment. The Spirit guides believers into all truth and bestows spiritual gifts for the edification of the church and the fulfillment of its mission (John 14:26; 16:8-13; Acts 8:15-17, Ephesians 1:13-14).

7. Eschatology: The end times will unfold according to the literal prophetic scriptures in the books of Daniel, Revelation and other prophetic writings found within Holy Scripture. Believers will be raptured before a seven-year tribulation, followed by Christ’s thousand-year reign on Earth. This period ends with Satan’s final defeat and the Great White Throne Judgment, leading to the creation of a new heaven and new earth where God dwells with His people forever (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17; Revelation 20:1-15).

8. Sacraments: Water baptism is an act of obedience following faith in Christ, symbolizing the believer’s death to sin and new life in Jesus. The baptism in the Holy Spirit may occur simultaneously with or after water baptism, manifesting in spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues and prophetic utterances. Both are acts of faith but not requirements for salvation (Matthew 28:19; Acts 1:8; 2:38).

9. Humanity and Sin: Humanity, created in God’s image, fell into sin through Adam and Eve’s disobedience, inheriting a sinful nature and moral corruption. This total depravity makes human beings incapable of returning to God without divine intervention. Salvation through Jesus Christ is the only remedy for sin, providing redemption and restoring the relationship with God (Romans 5:12; 3:23; Ephesians 2:1-5).

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