The Holy Spirit in Ministry
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The Holy Spirit in Ministry
Compiled by Peter Earle and edited by Geoff Waugh
Welcome to this Study Guide on The Holy Spirit in Ministry.
The modules for this subject
Module 1: The Holy Spirit & His Ministry. This module encourages the student to know the ways of the Holy Spirit, to understand how He works through humankind, and how we can build a relationship with Him so that we are able to hear His voice more clearly and follow His leading.
Module 2: Gifts of the Holy Spirit – Part One. This module deals with the Gifts of the Holy Spirit – in particular the Speaking Gifts, the Prophetic Gifts, the Revelation Gifts, and the power, faith and spiritual authority believers have through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
Module 3: Gifts of the Holy Spirit – Part Two. The last module deals with Signs, Wonders, Miracles and Healings available through the power of the Holy Spirit, both in the past and in the present.
Module 1: The Holy Spirit & His Ministry
- Knowing the Spirit
- The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
- The Anointing .
- The Ways of the Spirit
- Building in the Spirit
- Listening to the Holy Spirit
Module 2: The Gifts of the Holy Spirit – Part One
- The Speaking Gifts
- The Ministry of the Prophetic
- The Revelation Gifts
- Power, Faith & Spiritual Authority
Module 3: The Gifts of the Holy Spirit – Part Two
- The Power Gifts
- Healing & Miracles
Upon completion of this module, students should be able to:
- Identify biblical themes concerning the Holy Spirit in Ministry
- Evaluate theological and historical approaches to the ministry of the Holy Spirit
- Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of differing approaches to ministering in the anointing and empowering of the Holy Spirit
- Assess the significance of current practices in ministry
- Apply insights from this study to the practice of ministry
We all can learn more together about effective ministry. That learning is enhanced and expanded rapidly when we share our experiences and learning together. The ‘teacher’ usually shares from his or her experiences, but others can do also. So the more that our ministry education fosters mutuality, the more we can learn from one another.
We call this open education, or open ministry education. It is open to everyone and everyone can be involved. It is not just for leaders. Our leaders can help us, but their main job is to equip the saints for the work of ministry for building up the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:12). We can do these things in classes, small groups, seminars, training courses and home or church groups.
Some Related Books1. Signs and Wonders – Blog Signs and Wonders – PDF READ SAMPLE * .