Name: Patrick Lim
Home church: Calvary Chapel South Cheyenne
Pastor: Randy Golden
Denomination: Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA); Calvary Chapel
Licensed: I was accredited by the South Pacific District of the Christian & Missionary Alliance in 2017. However, because I am not actively involved with a C&MA ministry, this accreditation is inactive.
Statement of Faith/Theology: My personal beliefs align with the C&MA’s statement of faith.
Worship team, Calvary Chapel South Cheyenne, Cheyenne, WY, 2019 – present.
M.Div., A.W. Tozer Seminary (Simpson University), Redding, CA, 2018.
Pastoral Intern, Community Christian Alliance Church, Northridge, CA, 2015 – 2017.
Discussion Leader, Bible Study Fellowship Tokyo Evening Men, Tokyo, Japan, 2011 – 2012.
Preaching Topics: I specialize in expository preaching, usually covering 1-5 verses in a sermon. If there is a specific passage or topic you would like me to cover, please let me know. Since I have 4 young children and a full-time job, however, several weeks of notice would be greatly appreciated for proper study and preparation.
I am also relatively well-versed in apologetics if that is a topic of interest for your church.
Preaching Samples: Please click here.
Additional Notes: I would love to serve churches in southeastern Wyoming, northern Colorado, and western Nebraska. I am also willing to prayerfully consider other areas if the need arises. Financial assistance with travel costs is not required but would certainly be appreciated.
I was born in Texas but grew up in Wisconsin and upstate New York. I served 10 years active duty in the US Navy Civil Engineer Corps, and I am currently the Chief Steward of Twin Trees Signs, a custom signs and graphics company in Cheyenne, WY.
I became a born-again Christian in 2006, married my lovely bride in 2012, and am blessed with 4 young children (with 2 more children waiting for us in eternity). I feel called to active ministry, specifically in the areas of church planting and missions. By volunteering myself for pulpit supply, I hope to be a blessing to my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ while simultaneously keeping my study and preaching skills sharp in anticipation of the day the Lord releases me into full-time vocational ministry.