Published On: Mon, Oct 22nd, 2018

More Than Words 2018: Levi Lusko calls Christians to seek peace, offers principles to live by

An exciting conference in Palmetto, Florida, More Than Words, featured Pastor Levi Lusko of Fresh Life Church, a multi-site church located in Montana, Utah, Oregon, and Wyoming. Ministering to teens, youth and pastoral leaders, Lusko spoke from Jeremiah 29 on “The Things That Make for Peace.”

After recounting the Jewish exile in Babylon, not being able to “enjoy the blessings” because they didn’t “stay close to God,” Lusko explained Jeremiah’s tough message to Israel: “God has forgiven you, but the bad news is, you can’t go back (to the promise land) for seventy years…Even though you can be forgiven, the consequences (of your actions) don’t go away.”

He reminded the enthusiastic crowd: “Remember, God would rather bless and use you than forgive you…over and over again.”

Lusko was one of three speakers during a busy conference hosted by Gus Cabrera, the Program Director of the Loving Hands Ministry. Loving Hands is a two-year Christ centered residential discipleship program designed to rehabilitate men who have life controlling problems, freeing them from their addictions.

As Pastor Lusko continued, explaining the options for life in Babylon, living among the world of sinful behavior: Isolation (retreating, which sends the world to hell); Imitation (compromise leads to corruption; Infiltration (living and loving your neighbors).

Then he offered up principles to guide a Christian life:


“Something being hard doesn’t make it bad,” he stated, focusing on the value of work ethic.


“People don’t care what you believe until they see how you live.”


“Take life serious, but don’t take yourself so seriously.”


“It takes time,” Lusko said, pulling out Christ’s instructions on living, which is in direct contradiction to the current “Netflix generation…seeking Amazon Prime style results” and instant gratification.

The lineup for 2019 has been announced, more HERE

Levi Lusko is the author of the bestselling books “Through the Eyes of a Lion” and “Swipe Right.” He is also the lead pastor of Fresh Life Church – a multisite church located in Montana, Utah, Oregon, and Wyoming that he and his wife Jennie pioneered in 2007. Levi travels around the world speaking about Jesus. He takes pleasure in small things, such as black coffee, new shoes, fast Internet, and falling asleep in the sun. He and his wife have one son: Lennox, and four daughters: Alivia, Daisy, Clover, and Lenya, who is in heaven. His new book “I Declare War,” releases in October 2018.

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