Jeremiah has a conversation with his father, centered on the story of the disciples bowing down to Jesus after He walked on water (Matt. 14:33). In this story, the disciples worshiped Jesus in a spontaneous and personal response, which expressed a witness of who He was as the Son of God. We, too, must find…
Jeremiah talks about the subtle power of apologizing. The hypothesis is that initiating an apology is an effective way to bring reconciliation to a relationship. The experiment is to initiate forgiveness on a consistent basis with your friends and family.
The hypothesis of this episode is that a genuine understanding of Christianity is predicated on reconciling a number of seeming contradictions. The experiment is to learn to be ok with the paradoxes of the godly life, and discover the right balance in our understanding of God’s principles.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about thankfulness and worship. The hypothesis is that genuine worship emerges from a lifestyle centered in God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. The experiment is to search your heart to discover, and strengthen, your desire for a consistent relationship of worship toward God.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about an important attitude we must have in our relationship with God. The hypothesis is that an expectant hope in God is a spiritually healthy and creative approach to God in all seasons. The experiment is to replace our anxiety and uncertainty with the hopeful watching and waiting for God…
In this episode Jeremiah talks about the foundational priority of Christianity. The hypothesis is that knowing God is the basis of the Christian faith. The experiment is to examine whether our spiritual life is truly founded on a relationship with God.
Jeremiah and regular contributor Lewis have an impromptu conversation. Topics covered include important basic principles in a relationship with God, how do we relate to the Kingdom of God, and the question of just who, exactly, is my neighbor.
In this episode, Jeremiah discusses how to use the shame of our past to our advantage. The hypothesis is that if we are embarrassed or guilty about our past selves, it is a sign that we have actually matured and grown. The experiment is to recognize that the process of change has happened, because we…
Jeremiah presents a way to view spiritual warfare in the Christian context. The hypothesis is that the armor of God is a lifestyle that elicits God’s protection. The experiment is to choose one of the elements of the armor of God and pursue its expansion in your life.
The hypothesis of this episode is that any act we take to forgo our own desires in order to prioritize God will yield good spiritual fruit. The experiment is to replace something in your life with time spent with God.