Jeremiah talks with his friend Lew about including God in our relationships—responding particularly to the statement that Jesus entrusted Himself to no one (John 2:24). In doing so, they examine the intricacies of maintaining godly relationships in the Christian context.
Jeremiah talks about doctrine as the beginning point of a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that our introductory knowledge of Christian ideas should lead to a relational knowledge of God Himself. The experiment is to choose a Christian doctrine and ask God to deepen it for you.
Jeremiah talks with his dad about the religious and relational approaches to Christianity. They agree that God makes a way for everyone to know Him, both in and out of the liturgical context. This conversation includes such topics as listening, worship, creativity, and the challenges of a relationship with God.
Jeremiah talks with his friend Charles about his spiritual story. This conversation includes such topics as: spiritual experiences, worship, the person of Jesus, dedication to God, and the Church.
Jeremiah talks about being good stewards of our hearts. The hypothesis is that all of us, in one way or another, have lost heart in our relationship with God. The experiment is to ask Jesus Christ for healing, and to entrust our beings to Him completely.
Jeremiah talks about two principles that are necessary in your ongoing relationship with God. The hypothesis is that openness and honesty provide the necessary personal foundation for your proper responses to God’s communication. The experiment is to first gauge your openness and honesty and ask the Father for more.
Jeremiah talks about the ongoing spiritual concern for growth. The hypothesis is that every spiritual experience or understanding we find in our relationship with God can be deepened. The experiment is to ask the Father to bring further depth and clarity to every aspect of our spiritual lives.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about the organic nature of a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that planning out your spiritual life is a recipe for stagnation. The experiment is to examine where you’ve developed expectations regarding God’s promises, and to replace them with a daily exercise of listening to God.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about a positive attitude we can choose to have, regardless of our circumstances. The hypothesis is that we are invited to live in the faith, hope, and love of a relationship with our Father and Redeemer. The experiment is to accept this invitation and live in the dreamworld that is…
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!