The Ministry of the Holy Spirit by Pastor Kevin Sadler (Online Chapel – May 6, 2021)

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The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

by Pastor Kevin Sadler

(Online Chapel – May 6, 2021)

Many of us most easily relate to God as our heavenly Father and to Jesus Christ as our Savior. But, what about the third member of the triune Godhead, the Holy Spirit? Join Pastor Kevin Sadler, president of Berean Bible Society and graduate of Berean Bible Institute as he expounds upon the crucial role of the Holy Spirit in helping believers indeed be “More than Conquerors”.

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