Recently a friend mentioned a Scripture to me that really resonated. “Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.” (Psalm 119:10) The way my friend saw this Scripture is that the light only showed one step at a time, because it is focused on the feet. God may speak to…
Jeremiah discusses the highly important but poorly valued principle of rest. The hypothesis is that resting is a spiritual principle which is integral to a genuine relationship with God. The experiment is to find an experience of resting in God by any means necessary.
In this episode Jeremiah discusses an action of self-knowledge. The hypothesis is that talking out our unfinished thoughts helps us to understand ourselves better. The experiment is to have conversations about things you don’t understand, but want to understand.
Jeremiah has a conversation with his friend Lewis regarding the person of Jesus. The idea of “reclaiming” Jesus refers to pursuing a relationship with Him which goes beyond the limitations of both secular and religious concepts.
This episode is about discovering new things! The hypothesis is that finding personal ways to do spiritual activities is a key to truly understanding those spiritual activities. The experiment is to choose a spiritual activity and try it in a number of ways until it clicks and makes personal sense to you.
Jeremiah discusses his current views on Christian spirituality and the purpose of this podcast. He explores the idea that the concept of relationships is the best way to explain what spirituality is all about. The experiment is to simply enjoy a relationship with God as it is, without trying to turn it into something it…
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 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.
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!