In his message, Pastor Chuck Swindoll takes a close look at chapter 1 of Joshua to remind you that while Joshua experienced tumult and change, God remained faithful.
Moving Ahead Together with a Winning Mindset
In Joshua, we see a man who is thrust into the role of leader over Israel. He must not only take charge of conquering the promised land, but he must do so without his longtime mentor, Moses.
This new sermon series by Pastor Chuck Swindoll gleans biblical insight from Joshua’s example of how to lead through loss and change and how to overcome impossible obstacles in God’s power. Hear Pastor Chuck’s challenge to keep the Lord preeminent in your life and be bold as you move ahead in God’s plan for you.
Listen to this timely message from Joshua 1:10–18 in which Pastor Chuck Swindoll shares the benefits of godly leadership and of taking God’s promises to heart!
Join Pastor Chuck as he asks us four probing questions regarding God’s will and how His plans are accomplished in mysterious ways.
Delve deeper into the ways of God in this study of Joshua 6 as Pastor Chuck implores us to turn our impossible situations over to the living God and trust in His power!
Learn from Pastor Chuck four short but strong lessons and four essential applications regarding how you must view your sin. The pathway to peace of mind is honouring God in all your actions.
Get your confidence back as you listen to Pastor Chuck’s message on Joshua 8. It’s time to stop floundering in failure and arise!
Join Pastor Chuck as he shows you from Joshua 14:6–14 how to live well—at any age!
Inspired by Joshua 20:1–9, Pastor Chuck Swindoll reminds Christ-followers that the church should be a place of refuge...where the lives of broken people are mended and hearts are healed.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll, in this final message on the book of Joshua, reminds us to watch out in times of abundance. For ancient Israel, it wasn’t the sword that brought them victory; it was the mighty hand of God. And it wasn’t an enemy that brought them down; instead, it was their own complacency and apathy.