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Relationslips:Humble Pie
April 15, 2018 12:59 PM PDT
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You might need to listen to this sermon if you're the most humble person you know.

Levi continues in our sermon series on relationships encouraging us to take off the mask that prevents people from loving our real selves.

Our sermon text for today is 1 Peter 5:5-7. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton Michigan, Sunday, April 15, 2018.

Relationslips:Dealing with the Elephant in the Room
April 08, 2018 11:55 AM PDT
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When families don't talk about the elephant in the room, it's called dysfunction. Generally, there are three rules they follow. Don't talk about the elephant, don't think about it, and don't feel.

Levi kicks off a new sermon series on relationships with a lesson on how to tame the elephant. It starts with naming it. And then TALK. Trust. Accept. Listen. Keep calm.

Our sermon text for today is 2 Samuel 12:1-14. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton Michigan, Sunday, April 8, 2018.

He Is Risen! Confidence Restored
April 01, 2018 01:12 PM PDT
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April Fool's Day and Easter coincide for the first time since 1956. Some think Christians are fools for believing Jesus rose from the dead. We're no fools, but it's neither stretch nor slight to think his resurrection was a masterful prank.

The one they had thought they could kill and get rid of rejected hell. His rising mocks the killers who spat on him, jammed a crown on his head, and drove nails through his hands and feet. His rising mocks Satan who offered him the kingdom of this world, which Jesus declined. His resurrection overcomes the curse of this world and mocks the consequence of sin as he tramples over death by death.

Wouldn't you have loved to see Satan's face the moment he realized the scheme of hell didn't work. Easter is the greatest April Fool's reveal ever.

Levi Matteson delivers an Easter message on this Resurrection Sunday, April 1, 2018.

The Luge, The Ride of Your Life: Free Fall to Free Ride
March 25, 2018 04:09 PM PDT
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God has a plan for your life — for you to be redeemed and be with him in heaven. In the meantime, when we face suffering, we can be confident that he'll bring us through to the finish line.

Pastor Nate wraps up the sermon series "The Luge: The Ride of Your Life" to unpack the verse that talks about God working for good in all things for those who love him and are called according to his purpose.

The Scripture text is Romans 8:28-29. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on March 25, 2018.

The Luge, The Ride of Your Life: Confidence in the Corners
March 18, 2018 01:24 PM PDT
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Yoopers are aware of the piles of tailings and stamp sand left over from the copper mines. The byproducts of mining contains lead and other toxic heavy metals. We remember with fondness the copper boom, while we also acknowledge the scar it left on our land.

Death and suffering are the byproducts of life in a fallen world. There is tension between focusing on the blessings in this world to the extent that we ignore the reality of suffering and, on the other hand, dwelling so much in the suffering that we miss out on the joy of life.

Pastor Travis continues in the sermon series "The Luge: The Ride of Your Life" showing us that we can have Confidence in the Corners knowing that we have a God who is with us in our suffering. An abundant life is not a promise to avoid suffering, but an assurance that life is better with God.

The Scripture text is Romans 8:18-28. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on March 18, 2018.

The Luge, The Ride of Your Life: Trust the Sled
March 11, 2018 02:04 PM PDT
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Pastor Levi continues in the sermon series "The Luge: The Ride of Your Life" by looking at what it means to put your trust in God.

The Scripture text is Romans 8:12-17. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on March 11, 2018.

The Luge, The Ride of Your Life: The Plunge
March 04, 2018 06:30 PM PST
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Once a luger pushes off, he's all in. With speeds approaching 90 mph and curves that push him high up on walls, we can imagine him praying all the way down. In this sermon series, we'll look at the luge ride of Romans 8.

Pastor Levi kicks off our sermon series "The Luge: The Ride of Your Life" by looking at versus 1 through 11 where Paul talks about the law and living life through the spirit.

The Scripture text is Romans 8:1-11. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on March 4, 2018.

Got it. What's Next: Engage
February 25, 2018 01:53 PM PST
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Should we assimilate into or separate from the culture? How about a third option — integrate.

Pastor Levi wraps up our sermon series "Got it. What's Next" with a lesson on how to engage with the culture. Also, we hear from Josh Goshert on an opportunity for his family to go to the Solomon Islands with Wycliffe Bible Translators.

The Scripture text is Jeremiah 29:1-10 . This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on February 25, 2018.

Got it. What's Next: Give
February 18, 2018 01:27 PM PST
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God does not care about your money. He owns everything. He makes Bill Gates' wealth look like lunch money. He cares about your heart, and Jesus tells us that money is a locator of our hearts. He didn't say that where your heart is there will your money be also. He said where your treasure is, there your heart will be.

Pastor Levi continues in our sermon series "Got it. What's Next" encouraging us to live a generous life out of appreciation for what God has given us for the benefit of our heart.

The Scripture text is Matthew 6:19-24. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on February 18, 2018.

Got it. What's Next: Welcome
February 11, 2018 01:47 PM PST
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Why are Christians sometimes afraid to share our faith? Are we afraid of how we're perceived? A study found that college kids view Christians as anti-homosexual, judgmental, and hypocritical. Those were the big three, closely followed by too old-fashioned, too involved in politics, out of touch with reality, insensitive to others, boring, not accepting of others' faith, and downright confusing.

We can dismiss this, saying, "These people don't understand it. They don't understand who Jesus is. And we can leave that over there and do our own thing."

Or, we can do something else.

Pastor Levi continues in our sermon series "Got it. What's Next," engaging with Scripture on that question, to see how Jesus would speak into that question of how people view Christians.

The Scripture text is Luke 15. This is a podcast of Evangel Church, Houghton, Michigan, on February 11, 2018.

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