Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll in finding freedom in the message of Romans 5:18–21. Learn how the King of grace has overcome the power of guilt to give you hope and new life.
Failure is frequently expressed as the inability to perform or act according to expectations. But who sets those expectations? Certainly if we’re trying to meet God’s perfect standard, we all fail daily! (“You must be holy because I am holy.”—1 Peter 1:16 NLT)
Often the failure we most struggle to move past is the failure to live up to some unreasonable, artificial standard set by others or even ourselves. The feeling of failure is real and can immobilize us and strip away all self-confidence.
These resources will give you a proper view of and healthy response to your own failures. You can rise up in “God-confidence” and, like Peter, use the lessons learned to become a reliable, powerful vessel for God’s use.
Get your confidence back as you listen to Pastor Chuck’s message on Joshua 8. It’s time to stop floundering in failure and arise!
Listen in to Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he advocates for unity within the body of Christ. Be encouraged to live as children of the loving Father, treating one another as brothers and sisters.
Receive encouragement from Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he walks through 1 Peter 1:1–12. Like your brothers and sisters in Christ from long ago, you can faithfully endure suffering and receive eternal hope through Jesus Christ.
At the end of the Apostle Peter’s dynamic life, he penned a letter to a group of suffering Christians, 1 Peter, to urge them to lift their eyes to Jesus and renew their hope in Him. Get acquainted with this fisherman-turned-apostle as Pastor Chuck Swindoll teaches timeless truth from Peter’s life on failure, healing, and hope.
If you feel assaulted by wave after wave of your past blunders, then be encouraged by Pastor Chuck Swindoll’s message on Isaiah 58:6–12. He shows how anyone can get past yesterday’s failures!
Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he gleans timely truths from Judas’ betrayal of Jesus and offers words of wisdom for your relationships with others.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll teaches from Genesis 6:5 and Psalm 51:1–5, explaining how the work of Jesus can move you from victim of failure to victor over sin! Find out how His regenerating work leads to lasting change.
The changing of seasons is a wonderful time of transition for all of us. In this message, Chuck Swindoll calls us to gain a fresh perspective…not only on where we might be going in God's plan but seeing where we've been.
We’ve broken the world. And each of us is responsible. Down deep in our souls lies a little rebel that sometimes whispers and sometimes yells for us to go our own way. Inevitably, when we do, we stumble into a moral morass.