RivChurch Video Podcast

RivChurch Video Podcast
By Riverview Church
About this podcast
All of the teachings/sermons from Riverview Church. Topics include: life, sex, God, culture, Christianity, atheism, relativism, etc.
Latest episodes
Dec. 3, 2017
David is often called “a man after God’s own heart” not because of his lack of sin, but because of his repentance after his sinful behavior. Pastor Noel Heikinnen teaches  from 1 Chronicles about obedience to Got, and the power of repentance, continuing in the series “Thread”.
Nov. 26, 2017
Scripture tells us that faith is the confidence of what we hope for and the assurance of things not yet seen (Hebrews 11:1). For the Christian, not only do we seek out knowledge from the Bible and everyday knowledge, but we also lean into our faith in God. Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen shares the story of two women who live out their faith in God. Through this, we are able to see that it is our faith that drives us to act in goodness, wait patiently with hope, and believe in who God is. 2 Kings
Nov. 19, 2017
When it comes to belief systems, current cultural standing says that everyone’s belief is true. The temptation to go back-and-forth from believing in one thing and then another is constantly in front of us. How do you react when you experience this? Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen shares the story of the prophet Elijah and how God sustained him as he convinced the Israelites to turn back to God. Even in the face of persecution and wavering belief systems, we see how God continues to uphold Himself through it all. 1 Kings
Nov. 12, 2017
Nov. 5, 2017
Continuing in the series “Thread”, Pastor Noel Heikkinen teaches from the 1 Samuel, discussing the rise and fall of Saul, and his price for disobeying God.  
Nov. 2, 2017
The purpose of the book of Ruth is to authenticate that Jesus Christ does come from the Davidic line. Through this lens, we are able to see specific characteristics of God. Young Yi shares how God’s graciousness, sovereignty, redemptive heart, provisions, and faithfulness shine brightly in the story of Ruth. Through this story, we can see how God anchors the future of Jesus Christ to come through the line of David and ultimately save the world by dying on the cross. Ruth
Oct. 30, 2017
Many themes can be found in the book of Ruth. Ranging from God’s faithfulness to how we should treat foreigners. Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen elaborates how God’s faithfulness is expressed through the care and nurture of Ruth, who was a foreigner amongst the Israelites. Through God’s faithfulness, Ruth is taken care of and later gives birth to Obed, who begins the lineage where Jesus would come out of to save the world. Ruth
Oct. 22, 2017
Nowadays, idols can range from a physical object to desires conjured up in the heart. The options of what we lean into when we think of our identity or when we seek out a place of comfort are many. Zach Nachazel shares how though God sends judges to direct the hearts of the Israelites back to Him, the judges succeed, but then fail and lead them towards idols. However, the good news for us is that God sent a better judge to constantly direct us back to Him, through the person of Jesus Christ. Judges 6-8
Oct. 22, 2017
Sobering realities can come to us when we see negative consequences happen after warning signs are ignored or when rules are broken. Do you have moments in life where this has happened to you? Kyle McMahon explains how God’s chosen people of Israel knew who God was in their heads, but did not know and follow Him in their hearts. This lead to constant disobedience from them, but God’s faithfulness to His people led Him to send a deliverer of their punishment, who would also act as a foreshadow of Jesus Christ, the final deliverer. Judges 1:1-3; 2:1-6; 6
Oct. 22, 2017
Sobering realities can come to us when we see negative consequences happen after warning signs are ignored or when rules are broken. Do you have moments in life where this has happened to you? Kyle McMahon explains how God’s chosen people of Israel knew who God was in their heads, but did not know and follow Him in their hearts. This lead to constant disobedience from them, but God’s faithfulness to His people led Him to send a deliverer of their punishment, who would also act as a foreshadow of Jesus Christ, the final deliverer. Judges 1:1-3; 2:1-6; 6