In Touch Ministries

Dr. Charles Stanley

Satan's Successful Snare

January 22, 2018

But. Such a small, simple word. Yet those three letters constitute rebellion when we say them in response to God’s direct commands. 

In this message, Dr. Stanley explains that partial obedience to God isn’t obedience at all, but rebellion. If we want God to use our lives for His mighty purposes, we must listen and obey His voice. Learn how to surrender your will to the Lord and walk according to His. 

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There are many storms in life that have nothing to do with weather or the circumstances of nature. These storms have to do with peoples' personal and private lives, and they live in these storms every single day. In "God's Purpose in the Storm," Dr. Charles Stanley explains that God is committed to our good, but we have to respond accordingly when these storms come, otherwise things will not turn out for the best.
January 20, 2018
King Saul was anointed by a prophet, chosen by God to be king, and deliberately sinned. King David was also anointed by a prophet, chosen by God to be king, and deliberately sinned. So alike, yet one was called a man after God’s own heart and the other, a regretful decision. Why did God forgive David but ultimately reject Saul as king? In this message, Dr. Stanley illuminates the key difference between the two kings.
January 19, 2018
“It matters not how you start out. It’s how you finish your life that really counts," says Dr. Charles Stanley. One of the most tragic figures in the Bible is King Saul. What can we learn from a life that began with such promise, only to end so badly? In this message, Dr. Stanley gives a solemn warning: Even seemingly small acts of disobedience can derail us from accomplishing God’s best for our lives. 
January 18, 2018
To whom does God speak? Only pastors, missionaries, and those who work in churches? No. He speaks to all of us.  In this message, Dr. Charles Stanley talks about the four types of calls that God issues to His people: salvation, sanctification, service, and accountability. The question isn’t, is God calling me? It’s, am I listening?
January 17, 2018
To whom does God speak? Only pastors, missionaries, and those who work in churches? No. He speaks to all of us.  In this message, Dr. Charles Stanley talks about the four types of calls that God issues to His people: salvation, sanctification, service, and accountability. The question isn’t, is God calling me? It’s, am I listening?
January 16, 2018
“Hope deferred makes the heart sick,” (Proverbs 13:12). Few among us are unfamiliar with the struggle to hold on to hope after a deep disappointment. Year after year, what was once a buoy can feel more like a burden. In this message, Dr. Charles Stanley shares encouragement from the life of Hannah in 1 Samuel. Don’t surrender your hope—God was faithful to Hannah and He'll be faithful to you. 
January 15, 2018
There are many storms in life that have nothing to do with weather or the circumstances of nature. These storms have to do with peoples' personal and private lives, and they live in these storms every single day. In "God's Purpose in the Storm," Dr. Charles Stanley explains that God is committed to our good, but we have to respond accordingly when these storms come, otherwise things will not turn out for the best.
January 13, 2018
In this sermon, Dr. Charles Stanley explains salvation and how, through it, we are redeemed, forgiven, justified, reconciled, sanctified, and eventually glorified. He also tells us how we can share this with others.
January 12, 2018
Have hard times come your way? Can you trust God while you are suffering? In "A God We Can Trust," Dr. Charles Stanley reminds you that God does care for you and has an answer for every one of your problems. From this message, learn the importance of trusting the Lord, in spite of your circumstances.
January 11, 2018
Have hard times come your way? Can you trust God while you are suffering? In "A God We Can Trust," Dr. Charles Stanley reminds you that God does care for you and has an answer for every one of your problems. From this message, learn the importance of trusting the Lord, in spite of your circumstances.
January 10, 2018
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Meaningful connections with other people aren’t just nice to have—they’re essential to mental, physical, and spiritual health. But every relationship has one common denominator: you. Spend the next seven days discovering what you can do to improve your relationships, with help from Scripture and the teachings of Charles F. Stanley.

About In Touch Ministries

In Touch Ministries is the broadcast teaching ministry of Dr. Charles Stanley.

About Dr. Charles Stanley

Dr. Charles Stanley

September 25, 1932 – April 18, 2023

Dr. Charles F. Stanley was the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta for more than fifty years. He was also the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times best-selling author, who wrote more than seventy books encouraging people to seek Jesus as their Savior and know Him as their wise and loving Lord. 

Known to audiences around the world through his wide-reaching TV and radio broadcasts, Stanley modeled his 65 years of ministry after the apostle Paul’s message in Acts 20:24: “Life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus—the work of telling others the Good News about God’s mighty kindness and love.”

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PO Box 7900
Atlanta, GA 30357


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