RivChurch Audio Podcast

RivChurch Audio Podcast
By Various Teachers
About this podcast
All of the teachings/sermons from Riverview Church. Topics include: life, sex, God, culture, Christianity, atheism, relativism, etc.
Episodes (Total: 98 / Page: 1)
Oct. 17, 2017
Motivations in life come in many different shapes and sizes. Most of the time, the underlying drive that motivates us to do something is our answer to the question of, “will this benefit me in anyway?” Justin Detmers explains how Joshua, one of the leaders of Israel, changes his posture before God and submits his
Oct. 17, 2017
Motivations in life come in many different shapes and sizes. Most of the time, the underlying drive that motivates us to do something is our answer to the question of, “will this benefit me in anyway?” Justin Detmers explains how Joshua, one of the leaders of Israel, changes his posture before God and submits his
Oct. 16, 2017
Oct. 16, 2017
The stories in the Bible are there for several reasons and a couple of them include: they reveal God’s character and they remind us of God’s faithfulness to His people. Do you see this in your life? Pastor Tony Pyle shares how Joshua is reminded of God’s faithfulness as he leads the Israelites through the
Oct. 8, 2017
Pastor Noel Heikkinen continues in the series “Thread” as he teaches from the book of Deuteronomy, and how God desires us to live differently then the cultures where we find ourselves.
Oct. 1, 2017
Some moments in life have such a great impact that it ends up changing the trajectory of our direction. In these moments we have a decision to believe in God’s faithfulness in our lives or reject it. Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen shares the Israelite’s constant struggle to trust in God’s steadfastness, especially in the pivotal
Sept. 25, 2017
The Old Testament book of Leviticus is one that people either hesitate or struggle to read through. Filled with strange laws, practices, and a lot of blood, it doesn’t seem to relate with our time today. Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen shares how the book of Leviticus is a shadow of Jesus Christ who is to
Sept. 19, 2017
When people, moments, or everyday experiences go unnamed or unaccounted for the results are often blurry. “What was the name of that bakery?” “When is Grandma’s birthday again?” “How many miles did I run?”  “How much did that cost?! For bacon?” Questions like these are pretty harmless, there may be some relational tension when we
Sept. 17, 2017
Sept. 10, 2017
Pastor Noel Heikkinen starts off a new series, “Thread”, a sixty six-week series that reveals the work of Jesus in all sixty-six books of the Bible. Noel starts at the beginning, Genesis, and how the power of the Word of God created all things, and Jesus’s role in creation.
Sept. 4, 2017
The desire to have more things or to have the latest item is found frequent in today’s society. Having a new item one day, turns old almost immediately the next day. How and where do we draw the line on our discontentment? Brad Kidder shares how an understanding of the Gospel allows us to be
Aug. 29, 2017
Suffering does not discriminate; it affects all, regardless of race, class, religion, or creed. How are we to understand and go through moments of suffering in our life? Young Yi shares how though suffering may not discriminate, the hope of the Gospel does not either. With the Gospel, we are able to endure, suffer well,
Aug. 29, 2017
What good does our present afflictions have for us in life? Some may even think afflictions having any positive repercussions is foolish thinking. However, that may not be the case for a follower of Jesus. Pastor Joe Swords explains how our our present afflictions work to renew us into the likeness of Jesus. As Christ
Aug. 27, 2017
Do you forget? Everyone has a way keeping track of daily tasks, memories, birthdays, and so much more. Do you have a way to remember the truth of the Gospel message in your life? Pastor James Granger shares that we are prone to spiritual amnesia, and therefore, it is wise to build spiritual reminders into
Aug. 20, 2017
As time progresses, many cultural viewpoints on certain issues seem to go against what the Bible states. One of these is marriage. What is the Biblical view of marriage? Pastor Noel Jesse Heikkinen explains how the Bible establishes marriage as a lifelong bond between one man and one woman. By holding to this counter-cultural marriage,
Aug. 13, 2017
When you think of the word “heaven” what other word association comes to mind? Is it hell? Maybe it’s God? Looking at the Bible with our 21st century perspective may lead us to these conclusions and are they accurate? Kyle McMahon explains how the Bible leans towards pairing up heaven with earth. Through a Gospel
Aug. 13, 2017
The desire to have more things or to have the latest item is found frequent in today’s society. Having a new item one day, turns old almost immediately the next day. How and where do we draw the line on our discontentment? Brad Kidder shares how an understanding of the Gospel allows us to be
Aug. 13, 2017
Aug. 6, 2017
There are days when we may be tempted to give up and call it quits in reaching people for Christ. Rejection, weaknesses, and opposition are all real situations that may push against us when trying to share Christ with others. How can we overcome these obstacles as they come to us? Pastor Joe Swords teaches
Aug. 6, 2017
Suffering does not discriminate; it affects all, regardless of race, class, religion, or creed. How are we to understand and go through moments of suffering in our life? Young Yi shares how though suffering may not discriminate, the hope of the Gospel does not either. With the Gospel, we are able to endure, suffer well,