Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley Sermon Podcast

by Pastor Nick Pinneri

Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley (Boise, Idaho) is a body of believers made up of people from different backgrounds and stories joined together through the gospel of Christ. Blessed Hope Chapel Treasure Valley is a start-up church and a sister church of Blessed Hope Chapel in Simi Valley, California. Our fellowship currently meets in the city of Eagle, Idaho, led by Pastor Nick Pinneri

Podcast episodes

  • The Thief That Robs Your Joy

    The Thief That Robs Your Joy

    Jesus said in John 10:10, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, I came that they might have life and might have it abundantly.” The abundant, joy-filled life is found only in Christ. The three-fold enemy would have us believe joy is found somewhere else or in someone else. The fact is if we search for ultimate joy in anyone or anything else we will come up empty. David rightly says in Psalm 27:4, “One thing I have asked from the LORD, that I shall seek: That I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, To behold the beauty of the LORD, And to meditate in His temple.” May we rejoice in our redeemer, the greatest treasure and wellspring of our souls.

  • From Milk To Meat

    From Milk To Meat

    Studies show Americans are drinking much less milk than they used to. One study showed that from 1975 to today Americans are drinking 47% less milk. With that, there seems to be a huge increase in meat eating with some 20 million Americans partaking in the Keto diet. In part it could be said, America is going from milk to meat. In 1 Corinthians Ch.3 the Apostle Paul is trying to get the Corinthian church to move in the same direction. He rebuked them for still being on the milk when they should be on the meat. When comparing other passages of Scripture, it appears Paul’s rebuke of the Corinthians is much severer than what appears on face value. Milk alone can only sustain the body for so long. In time, deficiencies abound, disease sets in, and death is imminent. It could be said, man cannot live on milk alone but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.

  • The Holy Spirit On Display

    The Holy Spirit On Display

    In August of 2018 college professor Andrew Torget gave what some have called the worlds longest lecture. The lecture began at 8:00 a.m. Friday morning and went until 11:30 a.m. the following day clocking in at 26 hours and 33 minutes. He had 1,600 power point slides and 500 pages of notes. It was a 14 week course packed into one lecture. In Ancient Greece Target’s lecture might have been just another day at the Areopagus, the Grecian town-square. Acts 17:21 states, “All the Athenians and strangers visiting there used to spend their time in nothing other than telling or hearing something new.” Persuasive speech, lectures, debate, and oratory dominated the ancient Grecian culture. Paul stepped foot into this culture with one goal in mind—I have determined to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. A message unleashed through the power of the Holy Spirit.

  • An Argument For Seeing True Wisdom

    An Argument For Seeing True Wisdom

    According to Oxford Dictionary the word argue means, “To give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theory, typically with the aim of persuading others to share one’s view.” In 1 Corinthians Ch.1 we see the Apostle Paul put on his arguing hat and he doesn’t take it off for sixteen chapters. He presents evidence after evidence and reason after reason in chapter one to persuade the Corinthians of what true wisdom really is. The Corinthians thought they were wise, but the Apostle showed them that the wisdom they’re pursuing has no value in the Kingdom of God.

  • A Letter of Love To The Undeserving

    A Letter of Love To The Undeserving

    There was a city in the first century Roman Empire that was so debauched, so immoral, and so perverse that one Bible commentator states of it, “It became the most frivolous, dissipated, corrupt, and ultimately the most effeminate and feeble portion of Greece.” Though the Apostle Paul spent a year and six months ministering to the church in this city, the church struggled to be different from the world all around it. In the letter of first Corinthians, we see the Apostle Paul patiently and lovingly walking alongside a carnal church, pleading with them, appealing to them, and hoping they’ll embrace the more excellent way—the way of love. Perhaps one of the most defining verses in the letter is found in first Corinthians 16:14, “Let all that you do be done in love.” If they could only understand that love was the one cure that could bring healing and peace to all their sin and dysfunction.