In this episode Jeremiah talks about the voice of God. The hypothesis is that communications from God maintain certain qualities that help us recognize them as being genuinely divine in nature. The experiment is to review recent revelations or spiritual experiences to ensure that they were, indeed, from God, by the Holy Spirit.
Jeremiah talks about the importance of listening to our own advice. The hypothesis is that the advice we give to others is often just as applicable to ourselves. The experiment is to pay attention to the advice you give others and reflect upon how you should follow that advice today.
Jeremiah talks with mastering engineer Kevin Gray. This wide ranging discussion includes Kevin’s story of meeting God, aspects of his ongoing relationship with the Lord, the need we have for other believers, and the heart to worship the heavenly Father.
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.
We must put in the spiritual work necessary to make the theory of God into a personal reality. The hypothesis is that it is normal to go through cycles of crisis in which we discover the limitations of our faith, and that such times are the perfect environment in which to turn the theory of…
Jeremiah speaks with his friend John about his salvation experience and the recent formative moments in his relationship with God. This discussion includes such topics as the Person of Jesus, Christian identity, the importance of grace, issues in the Christian Church, and the pivotal necessity of helping others.
In this episode Jeremiah talks what it means to be a witness. The hypothesis is that being a witness is a powerful spiritual truth predicated on the experiences of what you have seen and heard of God in your life. The experiment is to share what you’ve witnessed to the people close to you in…
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.
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.
Jeremiah interviews Sy Garte, a distinguished scientist with a Ph.D. in biochemistry. His recent book is entitled The Works of His Hands: A Scientist’s Journey from Atheism to Faith. The discussion included Sy’s experiences that led Him to the Christian faith, the interaction between faith and rationality, the miracle of the natural world, his devotional…