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 Bible presents God through one lens: Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, Jesus Christ is the perfect revelation of the Father. (3.22 minutes)
U.S. law allows students and faculty to pray at school all they want, but it also prevents them from making others listen to their prayers if they don’t want to. (3.33 minutes)
Exams are a big part of life in high school and in college. The trouble is, sometimes we transfer our worries about exams to our standing with God. (3.52 minutes)
In his parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15, Jesus gives us a glimpse into the heart of true fatherhood. (3.32 minutes)
God created us to use the intelligence and creativity he gave us, which is a reflection of God’s dynamic creativity. (3.50 minutes)
Fear is natural, and it can be a lifesaver. But sometimes fear can get out of hand and even become a life-crippling burden. (3.48 minutes)
The gospel declares that our sins have been forgiven and we have been made new in Christ without our lifting a finger to make it happen.  That isn’t logical, so we look for other explanations. (3.67 minutes)
St. Andrews was once at the center of the often bloody struggle between the major factions of Christianity. (4.42 minutes)
Forty days after Jesus rose from the dead, he returned to heaven. The Ascension is so important that all the major creeds of Christian faith affirm it. (3.40 minutes)
A man once told me, “I don’t like being told to go see my mother on some humanly contrived holiday.“  (2.87 minutes)