Listen in to Pastor Chuck Swindoll’s sermon on this short but instructive passage in Matthew 16:21–26. Never let your own preferences or assumptions get in the way of your relationship with King Jesus.
In this sermon you'll gain insights you need to keep alive and active the truth you learned from those mountaintop moments, the moments when you caught a fresh glimpse of God.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll mines the deep treasure of Jesus’ words to help you live in private and in public as a selfless follower of our Lord Jesus Christ.
You want to be great? You want to make a lasting impact? You want to make a significant contribution? I don’t think that’s a bad ambition—if we’re talking true greatness.
How do you respond to change? Most circumstances are beyond your control. But what you can control is your response.
In this sermon on Matthew 18:1–14, Pastor Chuck Swindoll unfolds the remarkable truths Jesus taught us using the simple yet powerful example of a little child.
Explore with Pastor Chuck Swindoll how to restore a relationship so you can thrive in Christian community while journeying through a world marked by so much division.
Kids get enjoyment from the simple things in life. It’s when we start taking life too seriously we become not so easy to live with. Why not try thinking like children?
Whenever we come across passages of Scripture that seem to contradict each other the first thing to do is read the verses in context. Context can alter how we understand individual words.