Pastor Tyler Velin

Pastor Tyler Velin

Tyler Velin has been on staff at Sovereign Hope since 2007 and an elder since 2015. He currently oversees student ministries and works directly with Grizzly Christian Fellowship. He is a graduate of the University of Montana and Western Seminary (Portland, OR). Tyler’s passion is the preaching and teaching of the gospel and its significance in today’s culture. Tyler and Sarah were married in 2011 and have a son, Owen (2012), and a daughter, Addley (2015).

Veiled Glory

December 6, 2017

Tyler Velin helps us see the unique nature of Christmas by looking at Luke 2:8-20.

Scripture: Luke 2:8-20

Whether we act, or don't act, resit or fall, we all are motivated by something. Looking at Jesus' temptation in Matthew 4, Tyler Velin shows how Jesus' motivation and actions are essential to our own choices in life.

Scripture: Matthew 4:1-11

Something Supreme

November 15, 2017

Tyler Velin continues to look at "All of Christ in All of Life," in the book of Colossians on campus at the University of Montana. This sermon, "Something Supreme," looks at Colossians 1:15-20.

Scripture: Colossians 1:15-20

Have you ever been let down by something you had put so much hope into? In Matthew 1, the gospel writer helps us see with right anticipation who Jesus is and how he will never put our hope to shame.

Scripture: Matthew 1

A Hope that Holds

November 1, 2017

In his first words to the church of Colossae, Paul wants to encourage believers by reminding them that there is no better starting point for knowledge than the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Scripture: Colossians 1:1-8

This sermon asks the question: "Is Christianity Relevant to Joy and Satisfaction?"

Scripture: Ecclesiastes 5:18-20

This sermon asks the question: "Is Christianity Relevant to Politics and Justice?"

Scripture: 1 Samuel 8:4-9

This sermon asks the question: "Is Christianity Relevant to Community and Friendship?"

Scripture: Acts 2:1-11

This sermon asks the question: "Is Christianity Relevant to Relationships and Dating?"

This sermon asks the question: "Is Christianity Relevant to my Education and Career?"

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