On the one-year anniversary of The Dr. Jeremiah Johnston Show, Jeremiah looks back with fondness and highlights a variety of impactful interviews that have helped us grow deeper in our faith.
“Every broadcast has been powerful and poignant.”
Guest Alister McGrath emphasizes that the Christian faith is meant to be lived with other Christians.
“All of us need to ask, ‘Are there people who can help us grow in our faith?’ And ‘Can we help others as well?’ A mentor is someone who helps you see things in a different way. The Bible is applicable today, and it’s important that Christians seek to offer meaning to the culture around them.”
“We listen to Scriptures for the answer and listen to our culture for the questions. We need to figure out how to do it. The real problem is people see Christianity as the answer to questions of the past. We need to answer the questions people are asking.”
David Limbaugh says that the Bible is self-proving. For him, the messianic prophecies of the Old Testament clarified the divinity of Jesus Christ.
“It’s amazing. You begin to see the Bible as integrated.”
Rick Renner shares his story of God’s guidance in his life describes how life sometimes can be a process.
“God doesn’t always reveal His full will to you. Sometimes, He just gives you enough to keep you moving.”
Shelia Walsh focuses upon passionately following Christ rather than strict legalism. When Christians seek to obey Christ, they naturally are convicted to walk in His ways. Walsh says,
“There’s never been a better day to be the fragrance of Christ in a broken world.”
As we review some of the powerful, faith-building conversations that have taken place on The Jeremiah Johnston Show over the past year, we want to say a special thank you for your support of the ministry of Faith Radio.The Jeremiah Johnston Show: A year in review