September 16 - 28, 2021

The King’s Commission: A Study of Matthew 21–28

The epic nature of Jesus—who He is and why He came—comes into full focus during the last week of His earthly life, recounted for us in Matthew chapters 21–28.

Jesus also reveals to us where history is headed and how we all fit into it as He teaches throughout Jerusalem, shares a final meal with His apostles, endures a criminal’s crucifixion, and is then resurrected from the grave.

Pastor Chuck Swindoll takes us back to walk with Jesus, step by step, during this final part of his sermon series on Matthew, culminating in our risen Lord’s Great Commission. Get ready to go and make disciples of all nations!

Additional resources

These helpful study notes provide a clear overview of Chuck's messages. Then they help you walk through the four pillars of study Chuck teaches: observation, interpretation, correlation, and application.

In a convenient PDF format, you can view the STS Studies online or print out a copy for yourself for future reference.

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Thanking Our God

November 22, 2021

During Thanksgiving, we express our gratitude for the many gifts around us. Our greatest cause for thankfulness, however, lies not in what’s around us but in the One above us.

King David’s theologically rich hymn, Psalm 139, focuses on God Himself more so than the gifts He gives—making this psalm the perfect text to reflect upon during this special season.

Pastor Chuck Swindoll’s two-part series encourages us to turn our hearts to the all-powerful, all-knowing, ever-present God who is worth infinitely more than the gifts He gives.