Grace Talks are short video devotions that cover topics from prayer to marriage to questions about faith to fighting negative self-talk to suicide to so much more. The videos not only feature a variety of topics but also a variety of speakers, and each will show you that the temporary things of life don’t satisfy; Jesus does! You can also subscribe to have these videos emailed to you daily for encouragement.
Why Aren’t Miracles Big Anymore?
Why were miracles so big in Jesus’ day and not as big and crazy now? This week, Pastor Mike answers tough questions from viewers like you.
Not by Sight but by Faith
Pastor Jeremy gives us the proper perspective as we start this new year.
What Does God See in You?
God sees in you someone who can lift up others.
Strength in Weakness?
This coming year, you’re going to see your weaknesses. But there, Pastor Jeremy reassures, you will also find strength.
Do You Really Trust God?
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Phil helps us in our faith walk.
Do You Trust in God’s Promises?
You may feel you’re running on empty in life. But that’s okay because you’re just like Abraham.
You Can Be A Hero of faith?
You can be a hero of faith—but not because of how great your faith is.
Is God Testing Your Faith?
What has been your greatest test of faith?
Don’t Believe Your Abuser’s Lies About the Bible
Abusive partners will use these common Bible passages out of context to try to train you to believe their lies. Pastor Ben says don’t fall for the abusers’ gaslighting. If you or someone you know is suffering from abuse, please go to timeofgrace.org/abuse to find more resources and information for getting help.
Answering Skeptics, Round 4
Pastor Dave looks at more questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Answering Skeptics: “All the Church Cares About Is Money”
Why is there the impression that churches just want your money? Could it be, Pastor Dave asks, that WE care too much about money?
Answering Skeptics: Can I Trust the Bible?
Yes, you CAN trust the Bible, Pastor Dave says. And here’s why.