Jesus was the model of grace, and yet He wasn't afraid to rebuke others. Chuck Swindoll gives suggestions on how to know when it's time to correct someone graciously.
When you have no rules, how do you know when you've followed them? Chuck Swindoll says some resist grace because they want to have a measure of their spirituality.
It isn't always easy to extend grace to others. And it can be downright risky. Chuck Swindoll gives a measurement for how he knows when he's preaching grace sufficiently.
It's natural to want to reciprocate when you receive a free gift. Chuck Swindoll tells a story of a time when it was hard for him to simply accept another's labour of kindness.
It’s always hard to come up with a fitting definition for such a deep and wide concept as grace. Chuck Swindoll and Michael Easley offer up some descriptions of God’s grace toward us.
The kids are grown and gone; the house is quiet. Now what do you do? Speaking from experience, Chuck Swindoll gives advice on what empty-nesters can now pursue together.
If you find that many of your marital arguments center around money matters, hear these tips on how the Swindolls communicate with one another about finances.
If you're going to live with someone 24/7, Chuck Swindoll says it's crucial for you to open your life and heart to them and keep no secrets. Transparency should always be your goal.
Sometimes a wife just wants to be listened to, understood, and accepted for who she is. Chuck Swindoll encourages husbands to truly know their wife's inner struggles and dreams.
Chuck Swindoll suggests it's not so much what a wife says to her husband that will win him over. He's more apt to respond to her gentle behavior and her attitude.