Pastor Jeremy Mattek
Pastor Jeremy is currently serving as pastor at Immanuel Church in Greenville, Wisconsin. He has been married to Karen since 2000. God has blessed them with five children (three girls and two boys). Together, they find great joy in encouraging souls with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Vulnerable to Doubt
How do you really know you’re one of Jesus’ sheep?
Vulnerable to Feeling Helpless
You may feel helpless sometimes, but you’re not helpless anymore.
Do You Feel Vulnerable?
You’re not alone, even when you feel vulnerable.
It’s hard to keep a promise
Carl Lewis won his first gold medal in the 1984 Summer Olympics. His father died one year before the next Olympics. At the funeral,…
Thinking of Having an Abortion? What Happens if I Get One?
Maybe you’re thinking ahead and wondering what would happen if you went through with an abortion anyway. . . . It will hurt.
Thinking of Having an Abortion? Because Life Will Become Harder?
Maybe you’re thinking of the life impact of a baby and how it changes everything. And you’re just not ready for that.
Thinking of Having an Abortion? Because You Think You’ll Be All Alone?
Maybe you think that if you bring a baby into this world, you’ll be all alone. And so an abortion would be easier?
Thinking of Having an Abortion? Who Knows There’s a Baby There?
Maybe right now you’re thinking it’s early in the pregnancy and now’s the time to do it because no one will know. But is that true, that no one will know?
It’s hard to love, but it’s worth it
Recently in Springfield, Missouri, people on the street noticed a man pacing on top of a downtown building. It became evident that he was…
Love God more than anything
Peter Marshall was a pastor whose wife got tuberculosis and was bedridden for 18 months. To encourage her, he told her about a missionary…
God’s Word to Abuse Victims
Watch the entire devotional series from Pastor Jeremy as he teaches us what God says to those who have been abused.
To Abuse Victims: How Will This End?
There is pain and hardship for victims of abuse. But there is hope.