Popcorn helps us to understand pentecost

If you are looking for a creative way to explain what the Holy Spirit and Pentecost is all about then this may help

Honest about my faith

Jesus had ascended to heaven and his followers had returned to Jerusalem where they spent time praying together. On the day of Pentecost there was a roaring wind and the disciples saw what looked like small flames appearing above each of their heads. They were filled with the Holy Spirit: Gods presence entered into them and began to work through them. They were so excited that people thought they were drunk. They stopped looking inwards and began to rush outwards. The Jewish festival of Pentecost involved thanking God for the harvest and remembering the giving of the 10 commandments (giving us a way to follow God). God chooses this day for a new start. He gives the Holy Spirit, who is available always and not just seasonally, as something to really give thanks for and the Spirit being available for all believers shows the opportunity for a new way of knowing…

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About honestaboutmyfaith

Hi, my name is Graeme and I’m married to a very patient wife. We have 4 children, 2 rabbits, a terrapin (and not a lot of peace and quiet!). I’m a Regional Minister for the Eastern Baptist Association in the UK (the views expressed in this blog are my own) and I am especially interested in making Church accessible to people who have no church background and also in how we disciple people in order to equip them to live out their faith in the 21st Century.
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