This episode is a conversational meditation about having a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that we should be looking for patterns of God’s communication to us in our thoughts, feelings, and circumstances. The experiment is to be aware of these patterns, and to talk about them with God, with ourselves, and with others.
In this episode Jeremiah delves into the mystery of the Trinity. The hypothesis is that the relationships within the Trinity are examples of the intimate relationship of unity that God wants to have with us. The experiment is to pursue a deeper relationship with each member of the Trinity.
In this episode we’re talking about guilt. The hypothesis is that the emotion of guilt is not only useless but completely counterproductive in a relationship with God. The experiment is to work on replacing your guilt with actions of trust and listening.
The first time I really remember the Lord’s prayer being recited, I was in sixth grade. Anytime I’d stay with my friend, his family would recite the Lord’s prayer before eating. They said it so fast and monotone that it seemed almost robotic to me. It actually turned me off to the Lord’s prayer because…
Jeremiah discusses a simple but personal thing we can do to honor God. The hypothesis is that we can expand upon the Lord’s prayer as a powerful activity in our relationship with the Father. The experiment is to tell God how cool He is. Like, so cool.
The hypothesis of this episode is that we must find a proper balance in our relationships with God, with others, and with ourselves. The experiment is to be aware of these three relationships and how they interact with each other.
This episode is about the art of communicating with God. The hypothesis is that there are many forms through which God communicates to us, but we must practice them in order to develop our ability to hear. The experiment is to choose at least one form of communication and exercise it in our relationship with…
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.