Something happens when we read the Bible. This ancient document still has the ability to speak with the words of the spirit.
The Spirit is powerful, but the Spirit will not overpower us, and we can resist and quench the work of the Spirit in our lives.
In Ephesians 5, Paul encourages his readers to be filled with the Spirit rather than drunk on wine. That’s because the Spirit brings true joy.
Jesus didn’t send the Holy Spirit for our benefit alone. The gift of the Holy Spirit is given to us so we can be blessed and bless others as well.
The real purpose of the Holy Spirit is to point to Jesus and to help people become more like Him.
Paul says that the Holy Spirit is a seal, or a deposit, guaranteeing God’s salvation. Because of the Holy Spirit, we know, without a doubt, that God loves us.
We look at the story of Nicodemus and Jesus in John 3. We’re reminded that the Holy Spirit wants to change our lives for the better.
Robert continues his “Holy Spirit 101” series, discussing the basics of what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit. In this lesson, Robert reminds us that the Holy Spirit brings life wherever the Spirit goes.
Chris provides more information about our new campaign, Connected—designed to help us use our technology wisely.
Our youth minister, Chris Langley, introduces Connected, a campaign that seeks to help us honor God with the technology we have.
The Holy Spirit is not an afterthought or an optional upgrade to our spiritual lives. The Spirit is the presence of God with us, the source of God’s truth.
For Challenge Sunday Robert and Keith Cuthrell introduce the theme for 2019.