Why does the Bible tell us not to go it alone but to stay in close touch with others? Chuck Swindoll reminds us of the benefits of having friends—and of being one.
Need a friendly reminder not to focus too much on the things you own in this life? Chuck Swindoll gives a description that will probably stick in your memory for a while.
How do you measure your spiritual activity? By how full your calendar is? Chuck Swindoll says that sometimes true growth comes only from clearing your schedule.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll has a special year-end message created especially for listeners of Insight for Living.
Each month, we send a ministry letter to people who want to stay connected with Insight for Living Canada by mail and email.
Recently, our executive director Steve Johnson took a few minutes to expand on his most recent ministry letter, its theme of God’s transformative power, and why it’s so important for us to stay focused on at this time.
We hope you enjoy this video.
How automatic is prayer in your life? Chuck Swindoll gives a shining example of someone whose life was immersed in prayer, day and night.
Like a defective grocery cart, our mind can veer off in its own direction. Chuck Swindoll takes a cue from Paul for the direction in which we should steer our thoughts.
Know someone you always love to be around and whose presence lifts your spirit? Learn from Chuck Swindoll what contagious quality that person is modelling.
Hebrews 12:2 tells us to fix our eyes on Jesus. What does that really mean, and what difference will it make in your daily life? Chuck Swindoll answers these questions.
When you exercise a skill or gift, who should get the credit for the fruits of that gift? Chuck Swindoll gives us a goal to keep in mind as we discover and develop our gifts.