We've heard about the Holy Spirit. He flickers in and out of the Old Testament like a ghost. In the New Testament, He's a supernatural force that gives ordinary men the power of God. He appears throughout the Bible as wind, smoke, fire, and even a dove. But what does the Holy Spirit look like today? In this series, we learn about the Holy Spirit, and His purpose in our lives.

An Update Is Available

Pastor Steven Furtick

Most Christians can probably give you a quick and accurate description of who God and Jesus are. But what about the Holy Spirit? This part of the Trinity is a little more difficult to explain. Is it your conscience? Is it karma? Is it those goosebumps you get during a good worship song? Or is it something much more? In the first part of our series Ghost Stories, Pastor Steven pushes us to stretch our thinking about how we see God and His activity in our lives through the Holy Spirit.

The Spirit Cycle

Pastor Steven Furtick

Many Christians struggle with not only defining who the Holy Spirit is, but what His purpose is in our lives. Is He supposed to be our life's good luck charm? Is He the road map we should follow for life's directions and decisions? Is He our long-distance connection to God in Heaven? Or does He do something else altogether? In the second part of our series Ghost Stories, Pastor Steven redefines for us the true purpose of the Holy Spirit and the cycle the Spirit follows in our lives.

Creating Space For The Spirit In Worship

Pastor Steven Furtick

The Divine Reminder

Pastor Steven Furtick

As Christians, we tend to have selective memories. But our spiritual growth often times has less to do with learning something new or deep, and more about remembering what we already know. Remembering the goodness of God and what He's done in our lives. Remembering our righteousness given to us through the saving grace of Jesus. Truths we already know - but we often forget. In the final sermon from our Ghost Stories series, Pastor Steven shows us how the Holy Spirit serves as our divine reminder of who we've become in Christ.