Our Mission


Welcome to Spirit Equip Ministries


We equip Spiritual Life and Ministry.

My name is Rev. Dr. David Chotka, and I am the founder and director of Spirit-Equip ministries.

Spirit-Equip is designed to equip and train your spiritual life for success, one small step at a time. We would be delighted to come alongside of you to help equip your spiritual life and ministry.

Take a moment to view the Spirit-Equip webpage, and let’s partner together to grow.


Equip and train your spiritual life for success
one small step at a time.




Latest Blogs

A Deep Dive Past "Ditzy" Well, it’s the middle of the cold, cold winter. I suppose we ought to know this would happen—it happens every year. And we haven’t been able to manage the winter blues in the usual way for lots of reasons—the big one being the pandemic and our rapidly changing responses to it. Still winter blues are real. And those blues need a solution. Years ago, the church I was serving decided to beat the winter blues in a unique way. We held a talent night in January. We gave it an interesting name:…

Advent 1:Preparing for the Christ to Come Among us! Preparing Our Hearts for the Coming King Advent 1, 2021 (November 28, 2021) John the Baptist said, “Prepare the way of the Lord… Make His paths straight…” The theme of advent is to prepare—to use all of our powers to prepare our hearts and minds for the coming of the Christ Child… Yet the last two years have made it hard to prepare… Sometimes almost impossible… And yet, the faith tells us that there is always a way forward. Sometimes finding that way is difficult. Remember, the birth…

If the Best needed this--we do too... If the Best of the Best Needed to Do This, maybe we should emulate the practice! Put the list together, and the names are impressive. Samuel the prophet. Elijah, Elisha and the prophets trained under their watch. Paul the apostle—and of course, the very, very best. In fact, to call this one the best is sort of like saying that the Pope might be vaguely aware that he has a role to play in the Catholic church… Jesus of Nazareth. All of them admit to having a deep need—yes, a need. They asked…

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