A Discussion on the Spirit in the Modern Age
Does having a ‘Holy Spirit-type church’ mean that it would be destined to be a small, unappealing, and culturally irrelevant church? Do you feel that to lead a true and unashamed life led by the Holy Spirit, you may have to choose between being a successful business person, a thriving politician, an admired doctor, a flourishing entrepreneur, or a Spirit-filled ‘nut job’? Have we somehow placed the Holy Spirit in the ‘crazy box’?
Kevin Kringel’s introduction to the Holy Spirit came at a young age, but in pastoring a church for over a decade he has learned that without the leading of the Holy Spirit, we are limited to our own individual potential – but with the Holy Spirit every facet of our ministry can be effective and limitless. He has written this book not only for pastors of spiritually hungry churches, but also for the believer who is eager to walk in the gifts and callings of God’s Spirit. Relevant Acts is a conversation; it is a ‘how-to’ book, and it is a discussion about the Truth as we consider the Holy Spirit in our lives and churches.