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.
Not by Sight but by Faith
Pastor Jeremy gives us the proper perspective as we start this new year.
What Does God See in You?
God sees in you someone who can lift up others.
Strength in Weakness?
This coming year, you’re going to see your weaknesses. But there, Pastor Jeremy reassures, you will also find strength.
If Angels Are Real . . .
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Jeremy helps us understand where angels are in our lives.
If Angels Are Real, Why Does Life Hurt?
Why is there so much pain in our lives if angels are supposed to help?
If Angels Are Real, Why Do I Still Fall Into Temptation?
If angels protect us, why does God allow us to fall into temptation and suffer the consequences of it?
If Angels Are Real, Why Do I Feel So Alone?
Angels don’t stop us from feeling alone and discouraged. But we need to remember and take Jesus’ words to heart.
If Angels Are Real, Why Do People I Love Die?
Angels don’t always stop death from happening. But they aren’t supposed to, especially for the one death that changed everything.
If Angels Are Real, Then Why . . .
If angels are real and are meant to guard us, why don’t they protect us from all bad things? Because, Pastor Jeremy says, there’s a proper use to the Bible’s teaching on angels.
Where’s Your Guidance Through the Storms?
How do you actually allow God to guide you through life’s storms? Pastor Jeremy shares some practical advice.
Is Your Foundation Strong or Weak?
Is your foundation strong enough to withstand life’s storms? Pastor Jeremy has a quick test for you to see if you have what you need.
An Abnormal Christmas
This year has been full of unpleasant surprises, and 2020 will conclude with an abnormal Christmas. But Pastor Jeremy helps us keep our perspective this week by looking at when an abnormal Christmas was very normal.