Resources

Select an area to browse from the tabs above, or enter something into the search box.

Topic: The Holy Spirit

Last Words, Part 3

The Promise of God’s Presence

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

As Jesus is about to leave the disciples for the cross, he comforts them by reminding them of the necessity of obedience, the reality of the Holy Spirit, and the blessing of relationship.

Last Words, Part 2

Believing is Seeing

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: John 14:7-14

The most practical thing in a time of testing is believing what Jesus teaches about the One God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Because that is what will provide stability for your troubled souls. It will provide fuel for you service. It will truly thrill you, because this is who God is.

Knowing God, Part 7

The Trinity

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

God eternally exists as three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And each person is fully God, and there is one God.

Forty: Forward Together, Part 10

The Holy Spirit: God’s Empowering Presence

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: John 14:15-21

The Holy Spirit, who raised Christ from the dead, comes to live inside Christ-followers forever!

Isaiah: Behold the Conquering Servant King, Part 2

Spiritual Blindness

Date:

Speaker: John Leconte

Text: Isaiah 6

The Holy Spirit opens our eyes from spiritual blindness in order to see God in his holiness.

Together in Christ, Part 5

A Community Marked by God’s Spirit

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: 1 Corinthians 12:1-11

The Holy Spirit empowers us to declare that Jesus is Lord and gives us gifts for our common good.

Romans, Part 10

Future Glory and God’s Steadfast Love

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Romans 8:18-39

Paul ransacks his imagination for all images that might pose a threat to the believer’s security and dismisses each of them.

Romans, Part 9

Life in the Spirit

Date:

Speaker: Robin Boisvert

Text: Romans 8:1-17

This is one of the great chapters in Scripture. It features the Holy Spirit, with references to Him fifteen times in the first seventeen verses alone. But, it has been remarked that the theme of the chapter is the absolute security of the believer, from the “no condemnation” of verse 1 to the nothing “will be able to separate us” of verse 39.