Pray.com

Last month, I partnered with a new platform to reach more people for Christ. Over 13 million trusted users worldwide access Pray.com regularly in search of biblical content. For a limited time, we’re able to offer our church family premium access (normally a $96/year value) on their app. Click here for free premium access.  You may […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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November 4, 2022

A Heart To Give

Oftentimes, pastors are reluctant to talk about giving because of the way culture has taught us to think about money. Culture talks about giving in manipulative, coercive, and guilt-laying ways. But as many of you know, at Skyline we don’t shy away from hard topics. We’re dedicated to teaching the relevance of Scripture in truth […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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November 17, 2021

An Invite Can Change A Life

What is Salvation and How Does Someone Get It? Salvation is very simply the free gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. If we accept this free gift we are spared eternal separation from God. Although salvation is purely based on God’s grace, He chooses to use people like you and me as channels […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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August 11, 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

Shark Weak

Weaknesses That Bite If you ever watch the Discovery channel during Shark Week, you’ll quickly learn why it’s one of Discovery’s most popular programs! Sharks are anything but weak creatures. A great white shark can weigh up to 6,600 pounds! That’s the equivalent of two Ford Taurus cars. And did you know that sharks can smell fear […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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March 23, 2021

Your Mission, Should You Choose To Accept It

We’ve been given a very clear mission in Scripture. Any Mission Impossible fans out there? This is your mission, should you choose to accept it… From Acts 20:24 we read, “My only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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January 26, 2021

More To The Mission

Our Mission at Skyline Church is to be relentlessly dedicated to teaching the truth and relevance of Scripture. We do this seven days a week because we believe that following Jesus isn’t JUST something to do on Sunday. We do it every day. And we do it … all over the world. While Skyline Church has been sending people […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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January 19, 2021

One Word

One word can change your life. Scripture tells us that words can set a fire (James 3:6), or words can heal (Proverbs 16:24). The Bible also says, “The tongue has the power of life and death…” (Proverbs 18:21).That’s why I was very intentional about praying and asking God about a word to focus on in 2021 at […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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January 12, 2021

Word Of The Year

Whenever it came time to make a tough decision in 2020, which happened often, we came back to one word. Our word of the year, at Skyline Church, was Model. Whether it meant pivoting to online services, reopening our doors, or keeping our doors open, we have strived to exemplify a Model Church.  Every year, through prayer and […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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December 13, 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

Interested or Committed?

What are you expecting God to do in your life? There’s a law that God has established … I call it “the law of expectation.” The fact is, we tend to get what we “expect” out of life. We often see what we expect to see, hear what we expect to hear, feel the way […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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July 22, 2020

Process

Process: a series of progressive and interdependent steps by which an end result is attained. It’s all about the process. Why? Because the right process will produce the right results, your process will determine your success. It’s not all about the event. To be sure, the process leads to an event. The success of that […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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August 14, 2019

UPDATE: SKYLINE, SEVEN, MULTISITE AND BABIES!

The Future of Skyline and Seven San Diego Church Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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October 3, 2018

New Year’s Goals and Resolutions

“Happy New Year” I love the new year. I love new beginnings. I love setting new goals for the new year and making resolutions to reach them. According to StatisticBrain.com[1] The top resolutions made are 1 Lose Weight / Healthier Eating 21.4% 2 Life / Self Improvements 12.3% 3 Better Financial Decisions 8.5% 4 Quit […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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January 4, 2018

Leadership Burnout

Although the formatting will not translate to my website, I have copied and pasted my dissertation below. Would be glad to answer any questions you might have about the research. The project was mostly geared toward pastors but many leaders in general were studied and the results can be applied to leadership roles in many cases. […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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March 6, 2017

Adam LaRoche Quit Baseball To Follow His Faith, But What He Won’t Say Is Heartbreaking

Great article from qpolitical.com Hollywood could not write a more compelling story than that of a Major League ballplayer becoming an undercover agent. Heck, with all the sequels, and reboots being made today it’s safe to say movie-makers lack the creativity to come up with a story like this. For those of you who don’t […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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April 21, 2016

Doing Something Everyday is Hard

New Years Resolutions and Time Management. The reality is that most people, about 70%, have already blown it when it comes to their New Years resolutions. Why don’t resolutions work very often? Craig Jarrow is a time management expert and he has some good insights on the subject. Doing Something Every Day Is Hard Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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January 25, 2013

Leaving Comfort and other musings

What is it like to leave comfort, to leave the knowable, the familiar, the routine perhaps? Welcome to my life. It seems I worked so hard to get to a point where my head is above water. I know the schedule, the routine, the process, what it takes to do what I need to do […] Read More

Jeremy McGarity
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April 11, 2007
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