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Holy Spirit

Third person of the trinity who lives and works in our hearts and minds (See also counselor)

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Free The Spirit Who Guides Us
Can one team produce an exact copy of another team's creation without seeing it? Remember, the power of the Holy Spirit guides us in truth, if we only listen.

Object Talks

Members Only Fruit of the Spirit
We all know what happens to a basket of fresh fruit. We eat it or it rots. However, the Holy Spirit produces Fruit of the Spirit in us that is everlasting.

Lessons

Members Only Galatians: Faith & the Fruit of the Spirit
A lesson from Galatians about living by faith, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, to allow the fruit of the Spirit to show in our lives.
Members Only More Than a Wall
Our life's work shouldn't end with a what, but rather why. Our motivation is what empowers our story to be redemptive, God honoring, and beautiful.
Members Only Pillar of Fire / Cloud
Through this lesson, students learn that God is sovereign and that He provides His people with guidance and protection.
Members Only Spiritual Gifts
A three week lesson series covering Spiritual Gifts. What are they? What is my Spiritual Gift? and How can I use my gift?
Members Only The Church Is Born
Students learn how the Church was born and that today’s believers are still called to preach the Good News throughout the world.
Members Only The Growth
Students are encouraged to passionately share the Gospel by learning about the explosive growth that existed in the Church’s earliest period.
Members Only The Holy Spirit
The acts in the book of Acts are the acts of the Holy Spirit. Students learn that the Holy Spirit still empowers Christians to serve the Lord today.
Members Only The Kingdom: King David (Part 1)
Through the study of David, students are inspired to live their lives with integrity even when others around them do not.
Members Only The Transition
The Transitionstudents learn how the governing people of Israel transformed from judges to kings. This lesson clarifies that the Israelites ability to serve is directly related to their ability to listen.
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