Speaking of Life

Speaking of Life logoDr. Joseph Tkach, president of Grace Communion International, comments each week, giving a biblical perspective on how we live in the light of God's love. Most programs are about three minutes long – available in video, audio, and text.
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Previous Programs

Good Friday and Easter set themselves as pivotal dates on the Christian calendar. As Christians, all that we hope and believe hinge upon the events commemorated on these days. (3.00 minutes)
Universalism is a belief that everyone will be saved, regardless of whether or not they are good or bad, have repented of their sins, or have accepted Jesus as their savior. (2.98 minutes)
Have you noticed how often bread is mentioned in our everyday clichés and idioms? (3.70 minutes)
It’s funny how we get attached to things like buildings. Most of us have seen old homes, churches, or schools that hold significant memories in our lives torn down. (3.20 minutes)
What is happening at the leading edge of science is fascinating.  Why shouldn’t it be? There is a paradox in scientific investigation and achievement today. As we push the frontiers of scientific knowledge further into outer space and deeper into inner space, we begin to realize the limits of what we currently know. (4.73 minutes)
We usually want something in return for the things we give, but God isn’t like that. He loves us even when we don’t love him. (2.00 minutes)
To get a true idea of what God is really like, we need to look beneath the layers of the popular concepts about God, by looking to the God revealed in Jesus Christ. When we do that, a true and undistorted understanding of God emerges. (2.93 minutes)
How do you explain things that are beyond human comprehension, things that we have never even imagined? (5.58 minutes)
Research has shown that the story of Pinocchio may not be as far-fetched as it seems. (3.60 minutes)
Archaeologists have unearthed ancient trash heaps containing hundreds of documents that were written on papyrus–many written some 2000 years ago, dating back to the time of the New Testament.  (3.53 minutes)