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SERIES: The Holy Who?

This last Sunday in the MORE series, Pastor Aaron referenced a series he did in 2012 called The Holy Who?. Below you will find the description of the series and links to the audio of each message if you would like to dig deeper into the person, power, and presence of the Holy Spirit.

Ask around and chances are that you will get some good responses to who God is...creator of the universe and each one of us, initiator of a plan that would resuce the world, judge, defender and Father. Ask about Jesus and the list would include Savior, Lord, Redeemer, Son of God, Messiah, King. When the question is asked about the Holy Spirit the answer might be...the Holy Who?

The truth is the Holy Spirit is God and is alive and active in our generation. He is not an optional add-on but a necessity for following Jesus. So why don't we know more? Has the Holy Spirit been neglected or maybe even avoided? Are we uncomfortable with the mystery of the Spirit or have we seen or experienced things that seem "off"? Have we thrown the baby out with the bath water?

Use the links below to listen or share audio from this series. 

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