Jeremiah and his dad talk about the challenges involved in relating to the Trinity. Topics include how we overcome the possible hurdles in our heart when relating to one Person of the Trinity, as well as the conflict between a relational approach to Christianity and the Western desire for objectivity and logic.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about living in constant communion with the Father. The hypothesis is that the beautiful and wonderful things we receive from God are not objects, but rather aspects of God’s very being. The experiment is to find ways to stay in close connection to God in His love and salvation.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about responsibility, obligation, and the leading of the Holy Spirit. The hypothesis is that we should only carry the burdens that Jesus places on our hearts, and to only act upon the gifts that God has given to us. The experiment is drop any obligations that go beyond the will…
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.
In this episode Jeremiah reviews and responds to the book “Forgotten God,” by Francis Chan. The book is about the Holy Spirit, and particularly about how the Holy Spirit has been neglected in the Western Christian Church. Regardless of the nature of your relationship with the Holy Spirit, this review should help you strengthen and…
Jeremiah talks about spiritual transformation. The hypothesis is that the process of growth is incremental and that we should not expect overnight perfection. The experiment is to root out the negative paradigm that change is instantaneous, and instead rely on the incremental change which occurs in a relationship with the heavenly Father.
The Holy Spirit is the Advocate, the Comforter, and the Communicator. We often ask for the help of the Holy Spirit when we think we need it, but in this episode Jeremiah presents the idea that we should give the Holy Spirit a standing invitation in our lives.
The hypothesis of this episode is that our lives can easily fall into a routine that does not reflect our priorities. The experiment is to identify where our schedules and habits do not line up to the vision we have for our lives, and to include God as we make a plan to institute change.