In this episode, Jayson and Bryan explore the idea of what is like to see for the first time, whether physically, mentally or spiritually. How it changes our reality and the interaction with truths we have not understood. Our world looks to change the truth. However, t is not the truth that changes, rather, our position towards the truth. This comes off the observations of the first blind man healed. This episode sets the stage for the upcoming episodes where we are going back into the biblical characters of old and discovering what Jesus and the Father observed in them. We may be shocked that we have assumed a wrong conclusion.
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan explore the first red pill (a play on words off the movie Matrix) offered to the first blind man ever healed. When we peel back the layers on this miraculous event, we see that what was the most liberating experience for this man was also naturally a great loss as well. Job loss, family rejection, and community excommunication also came from this eye opening experience. We see a family that was more concerned with saying the right words than speaking the truth out of fear of the community leaders.
We explore this and share stories on the transformation and cost of having your eyes opened.
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan explore the difference between knowing about God and knowing God as a Father. We explore what happens to our perspective and confidence when facing challenging or unknown circumstances, how does the relationship fill our deepest heart need, does he want us to pursue Him or is He pursuing us, and what does life look like directly connected to your source. This and more in this episode.
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan look at the personality of Jesus and our relationship to Him. More importantly, how does he want to relate to us? We explore His witty ways of distracting us from what we are facing in order to bring us into a new perspective. We discuss His humor, emotions, passion and lightheartedness. Have we been missing something that has been lost in spiritual theology? This and more in this episode.
Jayson and Bryan begin a series exploring the assumptions we have made about Jesus and how these assumptions have affected our relationship with Him. Over the series we will explore humanity, being the Son of God, meaning of being the Word and who He is post resurrection.
In this episode, we go into his childhood, what did He have to experience growing up, and how did he learn to know God as a Father? Can we relate to Him on a personal level? How have are assumptions been distorted by what we heard about Him rather than what has been written
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan venture into the story of the iconic boxer James J. Braddock, also known as Cinderella Man. We break down his life story from his birth in New York's infamous Hell's Kitchen, living through the Spanish Flu Pandemic, losing everything in the Great Depression, and from the bottom rising up from extreme poverty to becoming the world boxing heavyweight champion. A man of deep faith that lived out his principles and would not compromise to the easy way out.
A great example for our current day. The question is why do we not have these kind of heroes emerging today, or have we created a society that villainizes those who would dare hold true to their values in spite of all the odds?
The quote that best summarizes this episode is from Father Charles Rorick:
"Maybe Sometimes people need to see someone do it so they can do it themselves."
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan bring the heroes journey to a climax as what is revealed beyond suffering. This is the final episode of the suffering series and a heroes journey. What is revealed in the hero, a new perspective on the world around them and the heart of the hero is also discussed. It closes with a fathers words towards their child embarking into the world around them.
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan take on the holy grail of suffering and how we have gotten it wrong. They examine the motives, desires and what is going on behind the scenes in the life of Job. They explore his desire to not know about God, but to know God. They discuss the damage his friends brought on him by inadvertently attempting him to sway from the integrity of his heart. What was the suffering after? How did God reveal Himself and how did He Father Job?
Join us in revisiting the oldest book of the Bible and probably the oldest drama ever written.
Jayson and Bryan continue on in this podcast around the suffering question and introduce the need for heroes who break through to the other side. We explore more aspects of what is suffering and the opposite of suffering, apathy. How should we view suffering and what should our response be to it? What truly makes a hero and what does the heroes journey have to do with suffering? This and more.
In this episode, Jayson and Bryan embark on the age old question in the hearts of most people.
Why is their suffering? What causes it? How is it and how do we escape it? What is it after?
We tackle these questions and take a fresh look at what it is after.
Exposing the deeper question what is beyond it.