Jeremiah talks about an attitude in God that can free us from the indecisiveness of confusion. The hypothesis is that when we truly put a decision in God’s hands, we will be empowered to take action. The experiment is to look for where you feel unable to make a decision because you don’t know God’s…
The hypothesis of this episode is that how we treat people in need has a deep impact on our relationship with God. The experiment is to take on God’s perspective, pray for those who are oppressed, and find practical ways to help people in need.
Jeremiah talks about making better decisions. The hypothesis is that our first reaction in any situation is often not reflective of God’s principles. The experiment is to practice putting aside our initial reactions in order to formulate better responses based on God’s Word.
Jeremiah speaks with regular contributor Lewis Brown. Topics include the relational exchange that God wants with his people, the resurrection of Jesus as a foretaste of the redemption of creation, and the biblical view of the role of prophecy in the Church. Cool stuff!
Jeremiah talks about the importance of grace in our relationships, particularly when misunderstandings occur. The hypothesis is that our lack of grace in the face of misunderstandings has the potential to severely damage our relationships. The experiment is to exercise grace by giving people the benefit of the doubt.
If there were one priority you could pursue right now that would have an outsized affect on your spiritual life, what would it be? The experiment is to choose to do something like meditate, invite God in, write things out, or forgive, in order to transform your relationship with God.
In this episode, Jeremiah reads Psalm 66 and provides some encouragement. The hypothesis is that even in the darkest, most difficult times in our lives, God is moving. The experiment is to read Psalm 66 and recognize that God has acted on behalf of his people in the past, and will continue to do so…
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about intentionality and free will. The hypothesis is that your choices are directed by your personal values and principles. The experiment is to take ownership of your life by intentionally identifying your God-given personal values and choosing to live by them.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about authenticity. The hypothesis is that Christians who are authentic have an other-centered attitude. The experiment is to practice self honesty while being committed to the success of others.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about a principle that stands at the heart of any intimate, close relationship. The hypothesis is that vulnerability takes courage, and that such courage comes from God. The experiment is to practice vulnerability, first in your relationship with the heavenly Father, and second with others who are close to you.