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Letter from Dr. Joseph Tkach - Jan. 2017

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January 1, 2017 (All day)

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Of the 66 books of the Bible, Nehemiah might be one of the most overlooked. It doesn’t have the pages of heartfelt prayer and praise that the Psalms do. It doesn’t have the mighty creation story of Genesis. It doesn’t have the life and teachings of Jesus or the theology of Paul. But, as the inspired word of God, it’s important to us just the same.

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What Would MLK Tweet?

What Would MLK Tweet?

“Have faith in the God of the Gospel. God is Love. Love never fails.”

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Joseph Tkach

Joseph Tkach has been president of Grace Communion International since 1995. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Azusa Pacific University. For more information about him, click here.

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A few months ago I stumbled across an article entitled “What Would Martin Luther King Jr. Tweet?” written by Alveda King, Dr. King’s niece. I’m sure that many of us remember the great speeches Dr. King gave during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s. But sometimes we can forget that he was first and foremost a preacher. And we can overlook that much of his rhetorical power came from his tenure in the pulpit and immersion in God’s word. He understood that the fight for Civil Rights was tied to his eternal faith in our Lord.

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A New Year, A New Heart

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A New Year, A New Heart

We’re offered the miraculous opportunity to exchange the old for vibrant and new.

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Joseph Tkach

Joseph Tkach has been president of Grace Communion International since 1995. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Azusa Pacific University. For more information about him, click here.

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John Bell had a chance to do something most of us will hopefully never be able to do: he held his own heart in his hands. Bell had undergone a successful heart transplant two years earlier, and now, through a program called Heart-to-Heart at Dallas’s Baylor University Medical Center, he was able to hold the organ that had kept him alive for seventy years before it was replaced. This amazing story reminded me of another heart transplant: my own. And while I haven’t undergone a “physical” heart transplant – all of us who follow Christ have experienced a spiritual version of this process.

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Letter from Dr. Joseph Tkach - Dec. 2016

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December 1, 2016 (All day)

Dear Brothers and Sisters, The 4th of July will be here soon, and so will the celebration of Independence Day across the United States. Many nations have a day to celebrate independence, a holiday to commemorate their identity. On Wikipedia, you can scroll through a list of them from around the world. There are multiple Independence Days every month of the year - some founded as recently as 2011.

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Gratitude is Good For You

Dr. Joseph Tkach

Gratitude is Good For You

Giving thanks is healthy for you!

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Joseph Tkach has been president of Grace Communion International since 1995. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Azusa Pacific University. For more information about him, click here.

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Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year. We eat great food, see good friends and family and take the time to reflect over another year of God’s goodness. And even more than that, I love giving thanks. And as it turns out, there’s a very good reason for that. Not only does giving thanks feel good, it actually is good for you!

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Letter from Dr. Joseph Tkach - Nov. 2016

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November 1, 2016 (All day)

Dear Brothers and Sisters, The 4th of July will be here soon, and so will the celebration of Independence Day across the United States. Many nations have a day to celebrate independence, a holiday to commemorate their identity. On Wikipedia, you can scroll through a list of them from around the world. There are multiple Independence Days every month of the year - some founded as recently as 2011.

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The Gold Rush

Dr. Joseph Tkach

The Gold Rush

"It is finished!" Our salvation is made complete in the Lord.

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During the Klondike Gold Rush, prospectors carved 1,500 individual steps into the mountain ice in Skagway Alaska. They called it the Golden Staircase. And every day men and women from around the world climbed it, lugging a year’s worth of supplies by foot. They fought through avalanches, blizzards and wolves for a chance to strike it rich and change their lives forever. But what they went through is nothing compared to what our Triune God endured to pursue what He valued most: the salvation of humanity.

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The Stillness

Dr. Joseph Tkach

The Stillness

God never stops working in our lives.

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In 1988, Rosemary Johnson was a violinist for the Welsh National Opera. Her future looked bright, until – a car accident changed everything. After waking up from a coma, doctors informed her that she would never be able to move again. And for the next thirty years, Rosemary’s violin remained silent. But now, almost thirty years later, thanks to some cutting-edge technology, Rosemary is beginning to make music again. Working with specially designed software, she can altar notes and musical phrases by simply focusing her eyes on different colored lights on a computer.

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Wooden Nickels

Wooden Nickels

God's grace is more valuable than anything in the world.

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Have you ever seen one of these? It’s a wooden nickel. And during the American Civil War, the government issued something like this in place of traditional coins. But unlike the nickels we know, these wooden ones had no intrinsic value. So when the troubled American economy recovered, these coins lost their worth. Even though they had the same seal and shape of a normal nickel, anyone who touched one of these knew it was worthless.

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