Do you view the people crossing your path each day as a possible divine appointment? If you do, Chuck Swindoll says you can start your days with great anticipation.
The Christian life is difficult sometimes, isn't it? God asks us to leave behind our selfishness and devote ourselves to Jesus Christ in the service of others. This journey has a clear beginning and an even clearer end, but its path is littered with dangerous obstructions and precarious curves. Thankfully, its destination provides lasting, eternal rewards.
Chances are you have experienced the difficulty of losing your way on the journey. We've all been tempted to stray, to step away from the fundamentals of authentic Christian living toward the more immediate fulfilments we desire for ourselves. But God calls us to a life devoted to studying the Scriptures, to prayer, and most important, to knowing Christ Himself.
Let these resources remind you that the goal isn't just reaching our heavenly destination but walking closely with Jesus as we get there.
When do we get to sit back and relax in our sainthood, knowing we’ve reached spiritual maturity? Chuck Swindoll takes a cue from the Apostle Paul to give us the answer.
Do you wish you had made some different choices throughout your life? Here’s the key to overcoming regrets and walking by faith when God doesn’t answer prayer in your timing.
What kind of faith can blossom in a country closed to the gospel? Ney Bailey says it’s the kind that makes people willing to sit and wait six hours for a Bible teacher to arrive to teach them.
It's human nature to think of our own needs first. Chuck Swindoll spells out what it looks like when we're all a little less selfish with our time, money, and desires.
Is your neural network processing more negative input than positive these days? Chuck Swindoll has a solution to the “gripes” in this Video Insight.
Most of us don’t mind helping someone out when we’re asked. But asking them for help can be much harder. Chuck Swindoll explains how seeking help can be really smart.
How do you prepare your children to carry on what you’ve started after you’re gone? Building a spiritual foundation is key, but what are the materials to use to make it stay solid?
Once a person has chosen to put God on the shelf, how does he or she define success? What things measure our status and tend to control us until a crisis finally wakes us up?
It’s easy for driven, high-achieving people to stay in the fast lane for so long they forget to evaluate their life honestly. What eventually happens when they haven’t done so?