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

Most of the facts we know have little, if anything, to do with who we are and how we live. The resurrection of Jesus is different. (3.48 minutes)
When you try to understand the Bible, certain basic principles act as a starting point. Once you get those principles right, the rest begins to come clear. (3.60 minutes)
Many Christians spread the gospel because “the world depends on us.” But that can make us think that salvation depends primarily on what we do. (3.43 minutes)
The King James Version gave a centrality and a commonality to English-speaking Protestant Christianity that endured until very recent times. (3.70 minutes)
The events seem to be spontaneous, and yet they are planned. But you don't need a whole team of people to brighten someone else's day. (4.55 minutes)
On the surface, it sounds good. But if we think about it, it’s misleading. It puts the focus on something we do, instead of what God does. (3.00 minutes)
Officials say it is a “disaster of biblical proportions.” That implies that the Bible is primarily about catastrophes, but it's not. (3.25 minutes)
Do you sometimes feel that your prayers go no farther than the ceiling? Do you wonder whether God is even listening? (4.40 minutes)
This year, why not make a resolution to have a guilt-free year? Wouldn’t it be nice to go a whole year without any guilt? It could be the best year you've ever had. (3.12 minutes)
The very reason God came to us – through Jesus Christ – was to do for us what we can’t do for ourselves. We learn who we are when we learn who God is. (4.03 minutes)