Enjoy seeing some of Chuck’s most popular quotes presented artistically.

  • It's important to talk straight in the family. Just make sure you lead with kindness.
    • Grace
    • Parenting
    • Grandparenting
    • Forgiveness
  • Christ breaks the dominion. He stop the chain. He cuts the rope. He sets you free.
    • Easter
    • Forgiveness
    • Grace
    • How to Know God
  • Grace is God's favor shown to those of us who don't deserve it, cannot earn it, and will never be able to repay it.
    • Forgiveness
    • Parenting
    • Grandparenting
    • Grace
  • How can we let our children know how valuable they are? Tell them. Pray with them. Spend time with them.
    • Parenting
    • Grandparenting
  • Let's make sure that the words we speak to our children include words of grace and respect.
    • Parenting
    • Grandparenting
  • What others mean to you as evil God promises to use for good. He wastes nothing.
    • Parenting
  • God, the ultimate Artist, builds into each child an original pattern of personality, size, shape, and appearance.
    • Parenting
  • When you find certain things in your children's lives delightful, tell them. And tell them often.
    • Parenting
  • In light of all that God has forgiven us, to refuse to forgive anyone for anything is hypocritical.
    • Forgiveness
  • The storm will come, and if you haven't a rock to stand on you will plunge. Jesus is that rock.
    • Crisis
    • Christian Living
  • Examine yourself before examining anyone else. Be much more thorough with your own self-examination.
    • Christian Living
    • Love
  • Worry is assuming responsibility for things that are out of our control. That's pretty much everything.
    • Prayer
    • God's Will
    • Christian Living
  • To God alone belongs the glory—all of the credit, all of the attention, all of the applause.
    • God
    • Bible Characters
  • When your emotions seem out of line, turn to the Psalms for refreshment and recovery.
    • Church
    • Encouragement & Healing
    • Christian Living
  • Authority comes straight from God’s throne. It doesn’t come from education or dress or eloquence.
    • Church
    • Church History
    • Christian Living