One definition of insanity is to keep doing the same things, expecting different results. That’s what being stuck in a rut is about. Continue reading
Have you ever noticed how the crowd you hang with begins to think alike after a while? Maybe like minds attract, but the gathering reinforces attitudes, and ideas, and beliefs. It is called Groupthink. Continue reading
[Notes taken Sunday, November 16, 2014, at Hope Chapel, where Pastor David Skelton spoke on "Authority For Power."] The problem with much of the church today is that it is church-centric. For Christians to bring Jesus into our community, we must be Jesus-centric. Continue reading
[Notes taken Sunday, November 9, 2014, at Hope Chapel, during a sermon of the same title, by Pastor David Skelton.] Continue reading
Time is short. The heart attack proved it, if there had been any doubt. Continue reading
If I were to write a blog post like so much of modern worship music is written, what would it read like? Would it be so repetitive, devoid of anything edifying for the Church, and claim rewards from God for merely singing it, rewards that look more carnal than spiritual? Continue reading
That is where we approach our God. There He waits for us to come to Him, seeking His good gifts, which He said all along He had ready to give to us, to you.
Can you believe that? Continue reading