It’s always hard to come up with a fitting definition for such a deep and wide concept as grace. Chuck Swindoll and Michael Easley offer up some descriptions of God’s grace toward us.
The kids are grown and gone; the house is quiet. Now what do you do? Speaking from experience, Chuck Swindoll gives advice on what empty-nesters can now pursue together.
If you find that many of your marital arguments center around money matters, hear these tips on how the Swindolls communicate with one another about finances.
If you're going to live with someone 24/7, Chuck Swindoll says it's crucial for you to open your life and heart to them and keep no secrets. Transparency should always be your goal.
Sometimes a wife just wants to be listened to, understood, and accepted for who she is. Chuck Swindoll encourages husbands to truly know their wife's inner struggles and dreams.
Chuck Swindoll suggests it's not so much what a wife says to her husband that will win him over. He's more apt to respond to her gentle behavior and her attitude.
How automatic is prayer in your life? Chuck Swindoll gives a shining example of someone whose life was immersed in prayer, day and night.
We often expend too much energy hiding our weaknesses in order to win the approval of others. Chuck Swindoll encourages us to let the truth shine through!
Have you spoken words in anger you'd give anything to take back? Do you clearly remember harsh words spoken to you years ago? Chuck Swindoll talks about the tongue.
What will people remember about you after you’ve left this earth? Your joy? Your laugh? Chuck Swindoll suggests that the time to start working on your legacy is now!