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

Liturgy, whether we recognize it or not, is something we all do as part of our daily routine, the order or pattern of our lives. (4.28 minutes)
The epistle to the Hebrews reminds us “Let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God" (Hebrews 4:16). (4.08 minutes)
There was a time when we who believe in a Creator could say with some confidence "scientists will never create life." Well, we can’t say that with quite the same confidence now. (4.52 minutes)
We are called to a life of visibility, a life of reflecting the light of Jesus so that the world may see him in us. (3.93 minutes)
We can share in the excitement of people seeing the truth of who God is and who they are in him. And as Jesus lives in us, we can give his encouragement, comfort and hope to others as we are able. (3.38 minutes)
We all love stories. It’s an easy way to learn, a very effective way to teach, and every human being's life is it's own unique story. (4.33 minutes)
The love a mother holds for their child is about as close to unconditional love that we humans can achieve. Whether you see it – or receive it – remember that it is a reflection of the unconditional love our heavenly Father has for us. (3.17 minutes)
There are many examples of genuine and generous love by people who are not Christians. Where does such love come from? (3.58 minutes)
If you study the Bible regularly, you can become so familiar with its language that you don’t stop and ask "But what does that mean?" (3.50 minutes)
Research suggests that faith is associated with longer life and a wide range of physical and mental health benefits. (3.20 minutes)