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.
We’re called to live lives of joy in Christ. (2.18 minutes)

Previous Programs

The story of Christmas can remind us that whatever trials we might face, whatever our lot in life, Jesus is with us and right there beside us. God knows our plight and stands alongside us in undying love. (2.77 minutes)
May this Christmas season be a wonderful time of joy in which we remember and celebrate what the birth of Jesus Christ means for all the world. (2.55 minutes)
What do you see when you look in the mirror? The apostle Paul tells us that what we see in the mirror is not what we really are. (3.23 minutes)
Many people think they have to be good enough to save. They think God doesn’t want them unless they can measure up. But Jesus said otherwise. God wants us. (3.67 minutes)
Greek-speaking Christians called the Lord’s Supper Eucharist, which means “thanksgiving.” And no wonder, because the greatest gift of all is the gift of God's Son, Jesus Christ. (3.23 minutes)
God used Jesus to do something amazingly new, not just for Israel, but for all people. As a result, the worship practices of God’s people demanded something new. (3.28 minutes)
It was a time of turmoil in England and Robert Shirley decided to build a new church, in defiance of the new regime. (3.43 minutes)
There’s a big difference between religion and the gospel. Religion gives people things to do to stay on good terms with God. The problem is, people always fail. (2.78 minutes)
The good news of God’s abiding love is being shared not just though our media efforts, but especially through the many viewers of these programs. (3.58 minutes)
The touchstone of the Protestant Reformation was salvation by grace. Yet, most Christians today still think that salvation depends on what we have done. (3.87 minutes)