Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll in learning from this admirable father’s example and in celebrating and encouraging the great fathers in your life!
Any parent knows that some of the rewards and gratification of parenting are delayed. But the time to collect them surely arrives when you become a grandparent! That’s when you get to observe your own children passing on the truths you weren’t even sure they heard you teach. You also begin to see a clearer picture of the legacy you will leave behind.
Grandparents have lived enough life that they can see beyond the daily crises and moments of discipline and offer an encouraging perspective, a listening ear, and, of course, constant prayers.
Learn with Pastor Chuck Swindoll from God’s fatherly example. Even if you endured a difficult upbringing, discover how you can model God’s love and delight in your children today.
Receive Pastor Chuck’s teaching on Psalm 139:13–18 as this experienced father and grandfather shares how parents can point their children God’s way!
The answer is simple in theory but difficult in practice. Journey through the book of Proverbs with Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he demonstrates the importance of knowing your child well.
Come along with Pastor Chuck Swindoll and examine the life of aged Caleb, recorded in Joshua 14:6–14, to see how God can use anyone—regardless of age—to serve His mission!
Who will be tomorrow’s leaders? Chuck Swindoll reminds us how crucial it is to invest our time and teaching in the generation that follows us. They will grow up!
Grandparents. What amazing gifts from God. Generation after generation He provides a fresh set of them...an ever-present counterculture in our busy world. They could be superb instructors, but their best lessons are caught, not taught.
And a major factor making the difference between a strengthened, authentic faith or walking away in unbelief is the context in which the struggle takes place.
Every day we parents leave footprints for our family to follow. But parenting is not a game—a future generation of faith rests on us. There’s no doubt we are leaving tracks and our kids follow in our footsteps…at least for a while.