Tommy Neiman will speak at First Responder Sunday on September 11, 2016 in the 10:30 Morning Worship service at Plymouth Heights Church of the Nazarene, 25 Arnette Drive, Franklin Furnace, Ohio (behind Green schools).
Lieutenant Tommy Neiman is a full time Firefighter/Paramedic with now over 30 years of experience with the Saint Lucie County and Malabar Fire-Rescue Departments of Florida. He has witnessed and continues to see God’s powerful presence in the darkest hours in people’s lives. With numerous television shows depicting the experiences of emergency responders, Tommy was burdened to share similar experiences, but with an emphasis on what God does on those oftentimes tragic scenes. Tommy was named 2003 “Firefighter of the Year” for the state of Florida. He challenges responders to be believers and believers to be responders.“
Tommy’s book, “Sirens for the Cross” became a response to that burden. In “Sirens for the Cross”, Tommy recounts 17 of his most exciting calls. Calls that clearly illustrate God’s divine presence and return Him the glory He truly deserves. His dramatic testimony is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. But more importantly, God’s divine presence and the critical importance of knowing Christ as Savior is clearly spelled out for all to see.
After the service, the church will be feeding all First Responders. Pastor Andy Ramey invites the public to attend. For further information call 740-574-5760.