June 24 - 28, 2021

The King’s Kingdom: A Study of Matthew 8–13

On the heels of His iconic sermon, the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus immediately began demonstrating His kingly compassion by exercising His restorative and reconciling power.

Amid Jesus’ miracle working and disputes with the Pharisees, He addressed pertinent topics such as the hostility His followers will face, the mysterious nature of God’s kingdom, and the priceless treasure of our faith in Him.

Join Pastor Chuck Swindoll for his sermons on Matthew 8–13 to gain a deeper understanding of the divine King who walked among us.

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The King's Ministry: A Study of Matthew 14–20

June 29 - July 7, 2021

Iconic scenes fill Matthew 14–20, like Jesus miraculously feeding thousands of people from a basket of fish and bread, walking upon the stormy Sea of Galilee, and healing the blind men.

But as Jesus’ public ministry grew, so did those who opposed Him. The increasing hostility, however, only brought added clarity to the whole purpose of His ministry—to serve rather than be served.

Pastor Chuck Swindoll carefully explores these vital chapters to strengthen our faith in God’s Son, Jesus the Christ, a King like no other.