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

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)
Have you ever watched an advertisement for a product that appears so amazing and the price so cheap that it seems just too good to be true? (3.00 minutes)
An embassy is an outpost of the home country, and tries to make a positive impression, regardless of conditions at home. (3.75 minutes)
Christian faith spread in the first century not by winning technical debates, but because Christians lived in the love of Jesus Christ. (3.62 minutes)
It’s one of our worst nightmares. You sit down to work at your computer, but you can’t find your file. But someone else can. (3.43 minutes)
One atheist wrote, “A substantial majority of the cleverest people who ever lived have believed in God.” (3.53 minutes)
Are you afraid that God might not have really eliminated all your sins, that he still might be holding some of the worst ones over your head? (3.50 minutes)
Thieves can steal your possessions, disease can destroy your body, but "the greatest thing" is indestructible. We even take it with us when we die. (3.63 minutes)
It’s a blessing to have a variety of good translations of the Bible. It hasn’t always been that way. (4.20 minutes)
Our salvation was secured by Jesus long before we made any decision. Our faith doesn’t save us, or cause God to change his mind about us. (3.43 minutes)