This past Sunday was Pentecost and what a great time to remember the work of the Holy Spirit as we conclude the final week of Easter. Today we are featuring a blog post from Robin Floch about how the Holy Spirit works in the lives of Children. You can check out her blog post here.
In the Anglican church we speak of Easter as a season and not just a day. The Easter season, or Eastertide, lasts for 50 days and takes us from Jesus’ resurrection to his ascension to the right hand of the Father and then concludes with the sending of the Holy Spirit to the Church the Read the full article →
The other day the magical algorithm that animates social media sent something my way titled “Introvert Bingo.” I prefer a movie night at home by myself. I made small talk with no one today. I had a pang of anxiety as I decided if I would answer my ringing phone. People are wonderful…and exhausting. BINGO! Read the full article →
We were honored to have Bishop Todd Hunter join Restoration for Pentecost Sunday. He preached on the amazing gift of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. Whether you come from a church background that completely ignored or excessively emphasized the power of the Holy Spirit, he is essential in our relationship with God. Read the full article →
Today is Ascension Day! On this day in the Easter season we celebrate the occasion when Jesus was with his disciples, offering final instructions about what to expect when he went to be with the Father, and then was taken up in to the clouds and was gone. Celebrating the absence of Jesus seems odd but Read the full article →
Matthew Westerholm’s blog post Come, Lord Jesus on the website Desiring God struck a chord with me this past Sunday for I regularly pray for Christ’s return. I pray for him to return soon just as John prayed at the end of Revelation (Rev. 22:20) in response to Jesus telling him, he will return. Jesus’ imminent return Read the full article →