Jeremiah speaks with regular contributor Lewis Brown. Topics include the relational exchange that God wants with his people, the resurrection of Jesus as a foretaste of the redemption of creation, and the biblical view of the role of prophecy in the Church. Cool stuff!
If there were one priority you could pursue right now that would have an outsized affect on your spiritual life, what would it be? The experiment is to choose to do something like meditate, invite God in, write things out, or forgive, in order to transform your relationship with God.
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.
Jeremiah talks with his friend Dari about her spiritual story. This wide-ranging conversation also addresses spiritual hunger, finding the heart of God, Jesus’ perfect salvation, and knowing that God and His love are behind our every success.
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…
In this episode Jeremiah talks about how our relationships affect our identity. The hypothesis is that our search for meaning will go unfulfilled if we do not deepen our relationship with God and with others. The experiment is to find a greater sense of identity and purpose in God and in the relationships He has…
The hypothesis is that we can do so many important things, but that if we are not careful, they can take us away from a genuine relationship with God. The experiment is to discover where we are anxious and troubled, and let it all go while simply spending time with Jesus.
In this episode, Jeremiah speaks with his friend Darrell about how the personal heart for God is more important than the exact form of seeking Him. The conversation includes a Scriptural review of the establishment of David’s tent, as well as a discussion of denominationalism, God’s priority of relationship, and the human desire for knowledge.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about thankfulness and worship. The hypothesis is that genuine worship emerges from a lifestyle centered in God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. The experiment is to search your heart to discover, and strengthen, your desire for a consistent relationship of worship toward God.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about the foundational priority of Christianity. The hypothesis is that knowing God is the basis of the Christian faith. The experiment is to examine whether our spiritual life is truly founded on a relationship with God.