The New Living Translation is a very readable and trustworthy translation. Written in today’s language people will understand what it’s saying and therefore will have an easier time understanding what it means.
You don’t need a Bible college education or seminary degree to understand The Swindoll Study Bible. All of it relates to life as we live it, as we see it. Anyone from new believers to long-time churchgoers can use and understand this study Bible.
Stories help us relate one thing to another and the Bible is no different. Chuck Swindoll shares stories from his life in The Swindoll Study Bible to help us connect the real word of the Bible with the real world of today.
God’s Word is relevant—but it’s also practical for our lives today. Chuck Swindoll’s goal in writing this study Bible is to make the complicated simple without being simplistic so anyone can grasp scriptural truth and deepen his or her walk with Jesus.
God’s desire is that we’d learn His Word so that we’d walk closer with His Son. Chuck Swindoll has spent his entire life studying the Bible and he decided to share his love for it and what he’s learned along the way about it.
What can we learn from the rules of a kids' clubhouse? Chuck Swindoll challenges us to be “right-sized” in this month's Video Insight.
Can you control what you think about during the day? In this month's Video Insight, Chuck Swindoll gives examples of nutritious food for your mind.
Jesus came to earth with a clear mission in mind. Neither pain, betrayal, depravity, disinterest, or sin would deter His focus or sway His steps away from His ultimate purpose.
Are you an "if only" person or an "in spite of" person? Chuck Swindoll challenges your excuses for not being a joyful believer in this month's Video Insight.
Are you known for spreading joy and laughter around? In this month's Video Insight, Chuck Swindoll talks about having an infectious faith.