Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith
What does it mean to be “the friend of God”? Though he lived in a world at enmity with God, Abraham modeled an enviable walk of faith. When told to go, he went. When promised, he believed. When commanded, he obeyed—even when it seemed to make no sense at all.
Abraham wasn’t “the friend of God” (James 2:23) because of his intellect, his pedigree, or his fortune. Abraham was God’s friend because of his faith. Follow the great Patriarch on his epic adventure, and be challenged to answer life-changing questions. As you witness an imperfect man’s transformation into a hero of the faith, you’ll be warned by his failures and inspired by his trust . . . and you’ll learn what it really means to be a “friend of God.”
Parenting is a privilege . . . and yet, it sometimes feels like a penalty. Whether persevering through an infant’s cries, grappling with a teenager’s attitude, or thinking through a young adult’s problems, all parents struggle and often need help and hope!
Where can we find both?
God’s Word is the best place to turn when facing life’s toughest challenges. Drawing from decades of real-life experiences as a father and a grandfather and more than 50 years of serving as a pastor, Chuck Swindoll opens the Scriptures and delivers huge doses of help and hope in his message series Biblical Parenting.
Parents everywhere, in every phase of their challenging journeys, will benefit from time spent listening to Chuck teach these practical, biblical principles for godly parenting.
Gods Masterwork, Volume One
Beginnings—A Survey of Genesis–Deuteronomy
God begins a relationship with His chosen people . . . and had you in mind.
From God as close Companion to Lawgiver, from creation to the fall of humanity into sin, from the heights of Joseph’s Egyptian years to the unhappy slavery of Israel, this sermon series offers an overview of the biblical books from Genesis to Deuteronomy.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Two
The Story of God's People—A Survey of Joshua–Esther
In this practical series, covering the books of Joshua through Esther, Chuck Swindoll will provide a close-up look at the heights and depths of living in this world. From the heights of Joshua’s entrance into the land of promise to the depths of exile from the land, this series will trace the threads of faithfulness through the often faithless existence of God’s chosen people.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Three
Poets, Prophets, and Promises—A Survey of Job–Daniel
Have you ever needed wisdom? Ever longed for a calming word during trying times? Have you ever worried about the future?
When issues like these arise, Chuck Swindoll reminds us of the best place to turn—God’s Word. In this informative and practical series, covering the books of Job through Daniel, Chuck guides us through the Wisdom Books, the Psalms, and the Major Prophets to help us answer the pressing questions of our day.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Four
An Invitation to Return—A Survey of Hosea–Malachi
It’s time to open a section of your Bible that rarely sees the light of day.
Many people who read the Old Testament finish Daniel and skip over the next twelve books on their way to the New Testament. What a loss! The Minor Prophets deal with some major life issues: adultery, grudges, pride, disobedience, and injustice—just to name a few! When sin clouds your vision and you’re in need of a clear perspective, these lesser-known prophets offer a wealth of wisdom. In this fourth volume of the God’s Masterwork Series, Chuck Swindoll explains the practical, and often overlooked, applications found in the Minor Prophets.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Five
God with Us—A Survey of Matthew–Acts
Do you ever struggle to understand how the Old and New Testaments fit together? If we think of the Old Testament as pages of promise, then how does the New Testament complete and fulfill God’s plan for us? God’s Masterwork, Volume Five: God with Us—A Survey of Matthew–Acts traces the redemptive ministry of Jesus Christ, which fulfilled many of God’s messianic promises in the Old Testament.
This Insight for Living Ministries audio series introduces the flow of thought in the New Testament, explains the purpose of each gospel, and chronicles the expansion of Christ’s church in Acts.
God’s redemptive plan in the Bible culminated in the arrival of Jesus Christ—the promised Messiah. Join Chuck Swindoll as he teaches from the Gospels and the book of Acts in God’s Masterwork, Volume Five, and learn to place your hope in Christ’s redeeming work on your behalf.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Six
Letters to God’s People—A Survey of Romans–Philemon
Do you need a biblical pick-me-up? The New Testament contains 13 letters written by the apostle Paul that explain theology, correct faults, encourage godly living, and outline the structure and function of the church. God’s Masterwork, Volume Six: Letters to God’s People—A Survey of Romans–Philemon describes how these topics apply to your life today.
In God’s Masterwork, Volume Six, Chuck Swindoll reminds listeners that even though the apostle wrote during the first century AD, Paul’s epistles comprise God’s inspired, inerrant Word, which applies to your life today. So, you can read these New Testament letters as if Paul addressed them to you!
Enjoy God’s Masterwork, Volume Six, and grow in your love and obedience to Christ.
Gods Masterwork, Volume Seven
The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews–Revelation
When was the last time you read any of the General Epistles? Hebrews, with its references to Old Testament sacrifices and Jewish feasts, might seem outdated. Jude’s record of a cosmic battle over the body of Moses might fit best in a sci-fi movie. And Revelation, with its strange apocalyptic imagery, might stir contention and confusion within the church.
But did you know that these ancient letters contain many spiritual riches? In God’s Masterwork, Volume Seven: The Final Word—A Survey of Hebrews–Revelation, you will discover:
- How Jesus Christ fulfilled the Mosaic Law
- Why true faith must produce fruit
- How you can find hope in the midst of trials
The God’s Masterwork, Volume Seven audio series will help you dig into these nine treasures from the first century! You’ll gain theological depth and grow in your practical devotion to Christ.
A Man of Integrity and Forgiveness
Life is full of ups and downs. Just when you think life’s roller coaster is leveling off, you hear the rhythmic clank of the chain slowly jerking you upward. After the moment of exhilaration at the top comes the white-knuckle plummet to the bottom.
In this series, Joseph: A Man of Integrity and Forgiveness, Chuck Swindoll takes you on a journey with Joseph from the pit of slavery to the pinnacle of power. Along the way, you will learn how to resist the allure of temptation, to trust God during dark days, to forgive others when they hurt you, and to leave a legacy of grace. You’ll come to see that in spite of life’s ups and downs, God uses all things to guide you and shape you into His perfect will.
Searching the Scriptures: Find the Nourishment Your Soul Needs
A Classic Series
In Searching the Scriptures, Chuck Swindoll teaches us how to dig deep into Scripture and uncover profound truths for our lives by teaching us to prepare our own spiritual meals. Explaining the ten tried and tested techniques for Bible Study that he has used his entire ministry, Chuck leads you on a journey of biblical discovery that will provide spiritual nourishment for a lifetime.
Strike the Original Match
Of all the hot-button issues of our day, marriage sits near the top of the list. With a gaggle of voices clamoring for an audience, the masses have grown increasingly confused about the most fundamental understanding of marriage. As Christians place a high value on God’s Word, we look to it for clarity on the most significant questions. How does God define marriage? What direction does the Bible offer on making marriage last? What is the nature of commitment, and what does it look like in this day and age? This series from Chuck Swindoll will bring clarity and offer direction as you navigate the views and vices that threaten this most sacred union.
The Grace Awakening
Maybe you’ve known about grace all your life. You grew up with it. You heard about it in church, on the radio, or on television. But maybe there’s more to God’s grace than you were taught.
The Grace Awakening series will remind you that where sin abounded, grace super-abounded! Don’t miss this chance to explore how God’s amazing grace can release you from the pressure to measure up and allow you to live in freedom.
The Sanctity of Life . . . The Inescapable Issue
Our culture is at war—a quiet war against the most innocent and powerless in our society: the unborn. The tapestry of human life, woven by the hand of God, is being unraveled in the name of convenience. Abortion not only ends the lives of unborn babies, it can devastate the lives of those mothers and fathers who have chosen to have an abortion, often leaving them with depression, guilt, and regret. But God offers hope . . .
Join Chuck Swindoll as he addresses the sensitive topic of abortion—how God’s Word speaks to the issue, how to recover from an abortion, and how to devote oneself to a life of purity. Gain courage to honor God and to uphold the sanctity of life in a godless culture.
What If . . . ?
What if . . . ? What a haunting, yet profound question. We’ve all found ourselves in situations where we have felt helpless to determine our next step if the unknown were to happen. Either due to lack of knowledge or lack of ability, we wonder what we should do.
And yet, that very act of wondering, of asking questions like, “What If You Suddenly Lose Everything?” or “What If You Need a Second Chance?” stands as a perfect opportunity to gain biblical wisdom about difficult subjects.
As you make your way through this series about the difficult questions and decisions we face, remember that it’s in wrestling with the questions that we come closest to the Lord.