The following are vintage messages by the founding pastor of Calvary Chapel of Dayton, Pastor Dave Elkins, who is now enjoying eternity with his Lord and Savior, Jesus.
Vintage message from April 9, 1995.
“Do you hear from God regularly? Do you feel the move of the Holy Spirit in your life? Or as you live your life daily, does it feel pretty dry? Do you get the excitement and the joy that comes, that is promised to us by the Holy Spirit? ... Read more
Vintage Message from March 26, 1995.
“One day I’m going to die… One day it’s going to be over. But you know what? I realize now that death does not have to be the end but, in fact, for those who believe in Jesus Christ, who walk in Him and allow the power of the Spirit to work ... Read more
Vintage message from March 19, 1995.
“But you know, life is fun and life is exciting and life is exciting because I know that every day that I live, I live it for the Lord Who is going to take me one day beyond this life and allow me to see even greater adventures, greater glory with Him ... Read more
Vintage message from March 12, 1995.
Vintage message from March 5, 1995.
“It’s not that we can’t see God at all now. It’s not that we can’t experience His love and His joy and His presence now. It’s that it’s very dim to us now because we’re still in the flesh and the sin that is in our flesh oftentimes keeps us separated from ... Read more
Vintage message from February 26, 1995.
“I see a lot of things in life that I just simply do not understand, but you know what? I’m going to choose to walk with the Lord. I’m going to choose to give my life into His hands and then when He does something to me that I don’t understand, I’m ... Read more
Vintage message from February 19, 1995.
“Yes, there is some of the righteous that perish in their righteousness, they die young, they’re taken home to be with the Lord and, in fact, we can actually come to a place of saying, thank you, Lord, that now You’ve taken that person to be with You for eternity. The trial ... Read more
Vintage message from February 12, 1995.
Vintage message from January 29, 1995.
Vintage message from January 22, 1995.