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Charles R. Swindoll is a former faculty member of DTS. This page is maintained as a reference.

Charles R. Swindoll

Chancellor

Charles R. Swindoll
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  • DM550 - Effective Church Leadership of Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, TX
Striving for Simplicity and Purity 11/14/2014 Cultivating a Life of Intimacy 09/02/2014 The Value of Vulnerability 04/15/2014 When God Asks of You Something Great 03/04/2014
The Baby They Overlooked 12/10/2013 The Meaning and Significance of Glory 10/11/2013 Making the Most of Everyday 09/11/2013 An Occupational Hazard for All in Ministry 04/12/2013
The Rewards of a Life of Integrity 02/26/2013 Finishing the Course 12/11/2012 Day at DTS: Facing the Giants 10/12/2012 Keep the "Tingle" 09/04/2012
Pressing On 04/17/2012 Focus: Day @ Dts 03/02/2012 The Ministry of Refreshment 01/18/2012 Trust God! 12/13/2011
Enduring Through Ministry 09/06/2011 The Meaning of Integrity 04/05/2011 Revisiting God's Call on Your Life 03/04/2011 Three "Musts" for a New Year 01/12/2011
5 Warnings for the Christmas Season 12/08/2010 An Attitude of Gratitude 11/12/2010 Preaching and Mentoring 09/07/2010 Commencement Chapel 2010 05/07/2010
Early Success In Your Ministry 04/27/2010 Meaningful or Miserable Ministry? 03/05/2010 Loosening the Grip of Discouragement 01/13/2010 Looking at Disagreement 12/09/2009
Modeling Our Motto 11/13/2009 Chuck Swindoll Ministers Faithfully 09/29/2009 Focus On The Treasure 09/01/2009 Lust 04/01/2009
The Unwelcome Presence 03/06/2009 You Do Not Know What Tomorrow Will Bring 01/14/2009 Pause and Reflect Upon Jesus 12/09/2008 Horror of Conceit 10/17/2008
A Lifetime of Holiness 08/27/2008 The Theme of Depression 04/08/2008 The Discipline of Self-Control 03/07/2008 The Ministry of Refreshment 01/16/2008
God's School of Brokenness 10/12/2007 How to Stand Strong in Stressful Times 09/05/2007 Our #1 Struggle 04/17/2007 The Long-term Rewards of Integrity 03/02/2007
When God Closes a Door 01/18/2007 The One Irresistable Appeal 12/05/2006 Leaving a Legacy 10/13/2006 A Vital Virtue, Usually Forgotten 09/05/2006
Take Heed Lest You Fall 05/02/2006 The Right View of Greatness 03/03/2006 Resting in Christ 01/18/2006 God's Indescribable Gift 12/13/2005
Give God Great Praise! 11/11/2005 The Necessity of Obscurity 08/31/2005 Snapshots of a "Real Christian" 03/22/2005 Check Your Attitude 02/18/2005
Lessons from suffering 01/12/2005 Leadership Perils 10/15/2004 Controlling the Body's Strongest Muscle 08/25/2004 Allowing God to Search Our Hearts 03/05/2004
Autopsy of a Moral Fall 01/14/2004 Attitude 12/02/2003 Realistic Techniques for Ministry Survival 10/15/2003 Job's Advice to a Seminary Student 09/02/2003
A Balanced and Sensible Ministry 04/15/2003 The Essential Balance: Relevance and Rooted 03/06/2003 Stay Alert, Grow Up 01/01/2002
  1. Swindoll, Charles R., "Training with a Championship Coach : Finding a Mentor Can Help with Your Ministry." Leadership 17 (1996). 54.
  2. Swindoll, Charles R., "What Can We Promise That God Will Deliver : A Leadership Forum on Which Needs the Gospel Can Meet." Leadership 15 (1994). 16-24.
  3. Swindoll, Charles R., "Preaching and the Holy Spirit : An Interview." Preaching 9 (1993). 12.
  4. Swindoll, Charles R., "Dallas's New Dispensation : President-elect Charles Swindoll Says Get Ready for a Kinder, Gentler Dallas Seminary." Christianity Today 37 (1993). 14-15.
  5. Swindoll, Charles R., "The Most Powerful of All Four-letter Words." Preaching 7 (1991). 25-29.
  6. Swindoll, Charles R., "How Pure Must a Pastor Be : A Leadership Forum." Leadership 9 (1988). 12-20.
  7. Swindoll, Charles R., "The Tyranny of the Rigid." Leadership 8, no. 4 (1987). 38-39.
  8. Swindoll, Charles R., "Someday." Fundamentalist Journal 5, no. 3 (1986). 17-18.
  9. Swindoll, Charles R., "Toward Better Board Relationships." Leadership 7, no. 4 (1986). 90-93.
  10. Swindoll, Charles R., "What Makes Swindoll Tick : Part of the Answer for This Very Public Pastor Is His Private Time with God." Christianity Today 26 (1982). 54-56.

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