Enough Is Enough

National Surveys show that only 20% of church attendees VOTE. Too many Christians just sit back and say, “whatever” when it comes to voting. THAT.MUST.STOP. As a Believer, it is of utmost importance that we obey the Bible and “show honor where honor is due.” Voting is one of the primary ways we can honor […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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September 7, 2021

Avoiding Burn Out

No matter who you are or what city, state, or country you live in, you are allotted a maximum of 168 hours a week that comes in 24 hour segments called days and adds up to 7 days a week. Yet, if you’re like me, our to-do lists are never-ending and rest always appears just […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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June 15, 2021

Inconsistency

Inconsistency is one of the most frustrating things about people and life in general. I was driving on the freeway the other day and I was behind a car in the fast lane (surprisingly it was not a Prius) that had no one in front of them and was going 75mph or so. This was […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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May 12, 2021

Un-Masked

There is a reality to what has been going on folks…. the good old plain truth is hard to find these days. We’ve said it ever since the “15 Days to Slow the Spread” turned into “15 Months to Keep it Going.” We’ve been lied to, coerced, manipulated, and worst of all no one’s been […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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April 21, 2021

The Power of an Hour

According to Christianity Today, 85% of churches are dying. That statistic was given before COVID. Imagine after COVID! We won’t know the full impact of this season for some time but we can see it unfolding before our eyes. I’ve said it before, “I LOVE THE LOCAL CHURCH.” Yes, all of them (that preach the Word of […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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November 6, 2020

Praying Politics

As Bible believing Christians, we believe in the importance of voting. We knooow politics-everyone-off. But the 2020 elections are quickly approaching, and as a pastor, my goal is to make sure you have the information you need to make the most informed decision you can. As Christians we can’t bury our heads in the sand […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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October 2, 2020

Church is ESSENTIAL

If you’ve been to any of the Skyline Church campuses, you’ve probably heard me recite our purpose statement, “Helping people find and follow Jesus seven days a week.” That’s because the pastors, staff, volunteers, and members believe that the idea of “faith” is more than a weekly check mark on our to-do lists. We believe that following Jesus isn’t just […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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September 10, 2020

Close Down Again?

You’ve probably heard the news from the Governor of California. He has issued an order to close businesses and places of worship again. The County of San Diego has a right to not adhere to this order as San Diego has proven week after week to be one of the safest counties in the United […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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July 15, 2020

Here’s to you, Mom!

“A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies.”  –– Proverbs 31:10 Proverbs 31 is a well known section of scripture that serves as a model for a virtuous woman; or busy moms really.  It reads …“She selects wool and flax    and works with eager hands. She is like the merchant […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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May 15, 2020

Teachability

One of the keys to personal growth is teachability. Teachability can be described as a willingness to learn and the humility to recognize you don’t have it all figured out. Just a cursory study of the worlds great leaders and achievers will show that they were and are men and women who have the attitude […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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August 13, 2019

Is Worship Music Headed for a Crash?

I’m really thankful for our worship team. We have a great worship pastor in @trevordavismusic and we have a great humble band. This article is worth the read, although I don’t agree with all the writer says, it is worth the read. See it here: http://www.churchleaders.com/worship/worship-articles/175020-jamie-brown-evangelical-worship-headed-for-a-huge-crash.html?p=1 Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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July 17, 2014
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