Jeremiah suggests that we sometimes do not go far enough in discovering the reasons behind our thoughts, feelings, and motivations in our relationships with God and others. The hypothesis is that digging down to the truth requires asking deeper questions. The experiment is to start asking deeper questions when we have times of realization.
Jeremiah discusses the obstacles in the way of truly knowing the person of Jesus Christ. The hypothesis is that Jesus is the person of the Trinity that we can most relate to. The experiment is to introduce yourself to Jesus and let Him introduce Himself to you.
Jeremiah reviews “The Meaning of Marriage” by Tim and Kathy Keller. In this book, the Kellers discuss the biblical view of marriage. This is an excellent book which is applicable to all deep relationships. Highly recommended.
Jeremiah discusses how our relationship with God should not feel like a constant struggle. We must certainly play our part in seeking God, but we should not feel like we have to wrestle with God for a blessing every day.
In this book review, Jeremiah discusses “Pagan Christianity” by Frank Viola and George Barna.
Jeremiah discusses the principle of prayer. The hypothesis is that prayer is one of the foremost expressions of our relationship with God. The experiment is to pray in a conversational style throughout the day.
Jeremiah discusses the principle of responsiveness, which stands at the heart of any successful relationship. Our responses to each other and God do not need to be perfect, but they do need to be honest!
In this ridiculous special episode, Jeremiah reads and responds to Bible stories given in the “Florida Man” meme format. We aren’t sure that this is edifying, but it is at least be entertaining! Probably.
Jeremiah reviews the book “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality” by Peter Scazzero. He argues that to be truly spiritually mature, we must also be emotionally healthy.
Jeremiah discusses the link between love and identity. The hypothesis is that receiving and giving love has the power to change us. The experiment is to actively receive and give love. Simple, but effective!