If you want to understand our times, you should read your newspaper first, right? Not necessarily, says Chuck. The Bible has context, roots, and timeless wisdom your paper lacks.
A common question a brand-new Christian asks about the Bible is, “Where should I read first? Should I just start in Genesis?” Rhome tackles this question and gives his recommendation.
How is the New Testament laid out? Is it mostly history or instruction? Is there prophecy in it? Rhome and Chuck give an overview of the 27 books you’ll find there.
When you pick up a newspaper, you grab the section most in line with your interests: sports, arts, opinions, or news. Rhome and Chuck explain how the Bible also has categories and sections.
When do we get to sit back and relax in our sainthood, knowing we’ve reached spiritual maturity? Chuck Swindoll takes a cue from the Apostle Paul to give us the answer.
Do you believe God is at work in your current situation? Chuck Swindoll explains how faith is strongly related to the attitude we have as we begin each day.
Are the daily tasks you perform bordering on drudgery? Have you been waiting a long time for a breakthrough? Chuck Swindoll reminds you you're in good company!
Have you ever been in a hopeless situation where you had no choice but to wait on God? Ney shares a harrowing event that left her shaken but allowed her to see God work mightily.
Do you wish you had made some different choices throughout your life? Here’s the key to overcoming regrets and walking by faith when God doesn’t answer prayer in your timing.
Sometimes we have to step out in faith in order to mend a damaged relationship. Ney shares how God changed her heart toward her father and nudged her to take the first steps toward him.