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.
The Bible and Homosexuality
Does the Bible speak clearly about homosexuality and whether it is okay or wrong? Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Jeremy answers this question by digging into the Bible.
Homosexuality: “I Didn’t Ask to Feel This Way”
“I didn’t ask to feel this way” is a common statement from gay people who are struggling. But there are so many other things all of us didn’t ask for from God—but he gave them to us anyway.
Struggling With Homosexuality?
If you or someone you know is struggling with homosexuality, that means there’s still hope. Pastor Jeremy explains.
How to Talk About Homosexuality
When discussing the topic of homosexuality, remember to speak the truth—with love.
What the World Says About Homosexuality
The Bible puts homosexuality on the same level as many things that are wrong. But what makes homosexuality different from other sins?
Is Homosexuality Wrong?
The Bible addresses homosexuality specifically. Does it identify it as being wrong? If this topic has revealed hurts in your life, Pastor Jeremy shares how you can move forward.
Master Your Anger
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us learn not to let anger get the best of us.
Does Anger Determine Your Value?
Do you struggle with letting anger get the best of you? You have more control over your anger than you think.
Are You Slow to Become Angry?
Don’t get angry at your enemies. Instead, don’t forget how God treats you.
Do You Expect Fair Treatment?
Jesus does not give us the right to expect fair treatment in this world. So stop keeping score.
Does Anger Master You?
Either you will master your anger or anger will master you. Pastor Jeremy shares how we can do this.
Where There’s Anger, There’s . . . Love?
When you’re angry, ask yourself this: What are you loving that’s causing you to become angry?