“Grace is an outrageously relational term.”
– Dr. Ed Khouri
“How is the indwelling Spirit not relational?” – David Crabtree

The Bible and Brain Science Podcast

I am doing quite a bit of work in the area of relational science or neuro-theology over the past two years. Fascinating! The vital importance of healthy, mature relationships in Christian life is of significance. Life Model Works specializes in work and resources in this area.

i came across this American Reformation podcast featuring Michael Sullivant. it is a brilliant presentation summarizing the essential themes. I hope you enjoy this podcast.

What do the message of Jesus and Brain Science have in common?

A Podcast by the American Reformation.

We have the deep honor of hosting our guest Michael Sullivant, and enjoying a riveting conversation around the power of relationship and attachment as it relates to the brain, and following Jesus. You are in for a real treat!! Learn from the stories and insights Michael has as we collectively seek to deepen in love, joy, and peace! 

Michael Sullivant is the Director of Relational Networks for Life Model Works. 

He is a church planter, pastor, author, poet and speaker. He has ministered in over 25 countries through over 40 years of public ministry. Michael and his wife, Terri, have 5 adult and married children and a growing number of grandchildren. His latest book is Thinking Biblically About the Life Model. Terri, recently published her first book, The Divine Invitation – Entering the Dance of Becoming Fully Alive. Michael is involved with ministry and church leaders and change agents who are seeking to integrate more relational approaches to helping people in their groups mature and experience deeper and lasting identity transformation into the image of Jesus Christ.

Check out https://lifemodelworks.org/

Michael Sullivant
Author: Michael Sullivant

Michael Sullivant is the Director of Relational Networks for Life Model Works.  He is a church planter, pastor, author, poet and speaker. He has ministered in over 25 countries through over 40 years of public ministry. Michael and his wife, Terri, have 5 adult and married children and a growing number of grandchildren.

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