Articles, Pamphlets & Sermons
The Goodness of My Wife
November 21, 2017

By Pastor Matt Trewhella He who finds a wife finds a good thing, and obtains favor from the Lord. –Proverbs 18:8 In a society rampant with divorce and infidelity, having a wife that is good is a treasure. And for this, I hold my wife dear. I see the Lord’s favor towards me when I […]

Sermons on the Family
March 29, 2016

Sermons on the Biblical Family and Family Matters from Mercy Seat Christian Church. Mothers as Counter-Revolutionaries. During the 1960’s and 70’s, a revolution took place in this country wherein the family came under attack. Prior to this family was defined along biblical terms. A father. A mother. Children. Till death do us part. The revolution […]

Every year thousands of Christians amble down to their local county courthouse and obtain a marriage license from the State in order to marry their future spouse. They do this unquestioningly. They do it because their pastor has told them to go get one, and besides, “everybody else gets one.” This pamphlet attempts to answer […]

Naming Our Children
October 5, 2015

A name is of great importance, therefore, naming our children is of great importance. The Israelites of old knew this importance. They took the choosing of names for their children very seriously. They wanted the name they chose to have special significance to the child. As Christians, we should have the same desire when naming […]

Is Education Comprehensive or Selective?
December 12, 2013

I spend much time out on university campuses preaching. I often have some of my children with me when I do so. The question always arises at some point – “Why aren‟t your kids in school?” I explain that we homeschool our children. This always results in the accusation that my wife and I – […]

America’s Education System Breeds Perpetual Adolescence
December 11, 2013

It is my contention that America breeds perpetual adolescence amongst its people. We are a nation of people that refuses to grow up. I Corinthians 13:11 states “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put […]