Stanley D. Gale (MDiv Westminster, DMin Covenant) has pastored churches in Maryland and Pennsylvania for over 30 years. He is the author of several books, including A Vine-Ripened Life: Spiritual Fruitfulness through Abiding in Christ and The Christian’s Creed: Embracing the Apostolic Faith. He has been married to his wife, Linda, since 1975. They have four children and nine grandchildren. He lives in West Chester, Pa.
Books by Stan Gale
Peter not only extends grace and peace to us in Christ, he expresses that it be multiplied.
When our house is on fire, there’s no sense cleaning the kitchen.
We can endure suffering much better when we know there is a purpose behind it.
Peter describes us as “elect.”
As we will see, a home of eternal glory lies before us and even now it lights our way.
God created us for community. It is not good for man to be alone.
Our most strident efforts can seem for naught.
Though following the path to pleasure seems promising of abundant life, we come up empty handed.
In Ecclesiastes, vanity has more to do with frustration, fruitlessness, futility, and failure.