You're Included

Dr. J. Michael Feazell interviews Trinitarian theologians about the good news that God loves you, wants you, and includes you in Jesus Christ. Most programs are about 28 minutes long. Although GCI is in general agreement with the interviewees, these interviews are not official statements of GCI doctrines.
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Steve McVey
Steve McVey discusses the themes found in his book, Grace Walk. (28.53 minutes)

Previous Programs

Andrew Purves
A pastor should connect the story of God with the context of individual people, so the pastor needs to be tightly connected to God and the people. (31.17 minutes)
Cherith Fee Nordling
Jesus is truly human, and that shows us what it means for us to be truly human. (30.60 minutes)
Paul Louis Metzger
Converted Christians will be led by the Holy Spirit to care for others, reflecting the communion within the Triune God. (33.20 minutes)
Steve McVey
Steve McVey talks about the way Christians live -- trusting in the grace of Christ. (32.57 minutes)
David Torrance
Rev. David Torrance shares his thoughts about the sheer outpouring of God's love granting us grace by the finished work of Christ, and our thankful response to that. (32.77 minutes)
Gary Deddo
Dr. Deddo talks about our sharing with God in his purposes of calling people to him and our transformation. (27.40 minutes)
C. Baxter Kruger
The Western world has two views of God: a harsh and unapproachable God, and a Jesus who came to save us from the harsh God. But the Father is actually just like Jesus. (30.80 minutes)
Gordon Fee
Dr. Fee discusses common mistakes in the way that people read the Bible. (29.67 minutes)
Jeff McSwain
If we are a new creation, why do we still have old habits? Jeff McSwain talks about sanctification, and how Christ transforms us. (31.83 minutes)
Andrew Purves
Andrew Purves discusses the primary pastoral question: What is Jesus up to that I can bear witness to? (32.48 minutes)