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 a powerful relationship tool. The hypothesis is that we must help each other process emotions and thoughts prior to offering solutions. The experiment is to listen for where others may need help in ventilating their thoughts and emotions, as well as practicing ventilating your own thoughts and emotions with…
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about our motivations in our relationships with others. The hypothesis is that our primary agenda in any relationship must be love. The experiment is to search our hearts to be honest about our motivations, and to practice making love our priority.
The hypothesis of this episode is that loving our enemies is a fundamental characteristic of living the godly life. The experiment is to love your enemies, whether close or afar.
Looking at the parable of the Prodigal Son, it is striking that the father of the story (who symbolizes God) goes so far out of his way to make his son happy. We are all God’s children, and God cares about your happiness.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about friendship. The hypothesis is that a friendship is available with Jesus Christ, and it is a powerful kind of relationship that we are also meant to have with one another. The experiment is to be an active friend to others.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about simply enjoying where you are. The hypothesis is that we should intentionally fight against the instinct to constantly look for the next big thing. The experiment is to smell the roses along our journey with God. And there are a lot of roses!
Luke 6:37-38 37 – “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. 38 Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with…
Jeremiah explores the hidden depths of the Scriptural concept of encouragement. The hypothesis is that encouraging one another is an expression of the Holy Spirit which builds us up and helps us grow. The experiment is to encourage people by sharing from your relationship with God.
The hypothesis of this episode is that our spiritual lives are incomplete if we do not express compassion and kindness to our fellow people. The experiment is to actively help those who are outside of our normal circle of relationships.