The Spirit-Filled Life: New Series Starting This Sunday on Pentecost

This past Sunday we concluded our Eastertide (the 50 days following Easter) series called The Risen Life, in which we studied the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus from the perspective of what His risen life shows us about what it means for us to live as people who have died with Christ and been risen to new life.

You can watch and listen to that series here.

This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday, and we are taking this opportunity to kick off a 5-week series, looking at the person and work of the Holy Spirit.

Schedule

  1. May 23, 2021 (Pentecost): The Promised Helper
    1. The person and work of the Holy Spirit
  2. May 30, 2021: The Work of the Spirit in the Life of a Believer
    1. The Spirit of adoption
    2. The indwelling and empowering of the Spirit
    3. Grieving and blasphemy of the Spirit
  3. June 6, 2021: Walking In the Spirit
    1. The leading of the Spirit
    2. Walking in the Spirit vs. walking in the flesh
  4. June 13, 2021: The Fruit of the Spirit
  5. June 20, 2021 (Fathers Day): The Gifts of the Spirit

In-Person and Online

You can join us for this series either in person at our physical location in Longmont, Colorado: 2950 Colorful Ave. Longmont, CO 80504 – at 8:00, 9:30, & 11:00 AM on Sunday mornings, or online at 9:30 & 11:00 AM on our website, YouTube channel, and Facebook page. You can also keep up with us by subscribing to our podcast.

I hope these messages will be a blessing to you!

“Heap Burning Coals on Their Head” – What Does That Mean?

Every week, Mike and I sit down in front of the camera to film a sermon-extra: a further discussion about the text we studied at White Fields on Sunday.

You can find those videos on the WhiteFields YouTube channel and Facebook page, or you can get the audio on SoundCloud. Check those out and subscribe so you can get keep up with those discussions and content.

Here’s this week’s video in which we discuss the somewhat confusing phrase in Romans 12:20 – “if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head”: