Pastor Chuck Swindoll draws out timely truths from Matthew 9:35–10:10 for those who follow Jesus today, working in God’s mission with similar motives and methods as the disciples themselves.
Being compassionate or not is all about what you look at and see. The fact that we don't like seeing pain makes compassion difficult, but compassion only occurs in the context of another's pain.
By providing us seven habits of highly effective seminaries, Chuck Swindoll wants each student who is considering seminary as well as each student currently enrolled in seminary to uphold and grow in this balancing act required for a thriving ministry.
God not only moves in unusual ways, He also moves on uneventful days. He’s just as involved in the mundane events as He is in the miraculous. His hand is in it all.
In this exposition of Matthew 10:11–31, Pastor Chuck Swindoll gives straight talk about living in a treacherous world. Learn how the presence and power of Christ frees us from fear.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll digs deep into the words of King Jesus to help us plant them deep within our hearts and so fortify our resolve to follow Him when the going gets tough.
One of the most remarkable eras in the history of the church occurred during the first century. Shortly after Christ had left the earth, His disciples (who became apostles) led congregations into new and exciting vistas of faith. Though young and relatively inexperienced, the believers who comprised the first-century church showed evident marks of maturity…the children were now growing into adolescence!
The enemy of our souls wants us to live in a noisy state of distraction from things that give us meaning and purpose.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll carefully examines the subject of doubt through the lens of Matthew 11:2–11 to draw out vital principles that help us address and overcome doubt in our lives.
You won’t find any sugar-coating in Pastor Chuck Swindoll’s exposition of Matthew 11:12–26. Hear Jesus’ words of forceful clarity, and guard against the pervasive attitudes of aggression and passivity.