The Holy Spirit is the means by which we experience the power and presence of the Father and the reality of Jesus, here and now.
We cannot live into God’s full salvation and continue forward in our spiritual journey toward Christlikeness without sanctification.
We will experience the imprisonment and torture of bitterness if we fail to forgive as God has forgiven us.
Three of the Holy Spirit's key works give us the power to fulfill the Greatest Commandment: to love God and to love others.
William Arthur reminds us that the whole world cannot be brought to Christ by professional evangelists, occasional revivals, or even mass evangelism.
The King had proclaimed a pardon, and that proclamation must have effect—through Christ's Spirit.
Read the creed by William Arthur as he articulates a bold faith in the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
The instant effect of the descent of the Spirit on the first Gentile converts in the house of Cornelius was that they began to “magnify God.”
Not every Spirit-empowered leader will look the same way, but there are some principles that can be observed about how the Holy Spirit empowers leaders.
Awakenings are surges of the Spirit exalting Jesus over an area. Read a sampling of these movements in modern church history.