In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Steve Seamands explains how three elements present at Pentecost—wind, fire, and speaking in tongues, all represent the continual work that the Spirit of God wants to accomplish in and through his church.
In remembrance of the coming of the Holy Spirit and the church's birth at Pentecost, Lo the Poet offers this reading of Acts 2:14-41.
What is expository preaching, and does it only count when a preacher goes through a biblical passage verse by verse? In today's article, Aaron Perry reveals how the mixture of sermons in the Book of Acts demonstrate a practical way of reaching a broad audience with the contextualized message of the gospel.
But to effectively serve Christ in the world, we must not merely be called holy; we must actually be holy. In today's article, Timothy Tennent helpfully explains how the pouring out of the Spirit at Pentecost provides the church with this needed holiness.
"The same Spirit who breathed life into God’s people, birthing the Church, is the same Spirit who is breathed onto us and breathes flame into our hearts with the same message Jesus gave to his disciples so long ago: 'You shall be my witnesses.'" Keith Turner explains how Pentecost is not an event, but a lifestyle.
The Holy Spirit empowers God’s people to carry the good news of the gospel to all people. Read more today from Brian Russell as he explains the powerful force that led Paul and his missionary co-workers to take the gospel to the ends of the earth, and what our own pentecostal mission might be.
http://youtu.be/2U2sk-POYC4 Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday—what did it mean for the early church and their mission? See this resource filmed earlier with Dr. Craig Keener. See our...