“This is a must read for inspiration, motivation, knowledge, and growth in Jesus Christ.” (Dr. A. D. Beacham, Jr., Presiding Bishop)
What does the Holy Spirit do? Of course, Pentecostals point to the empowerment that comes as a result of Spirit baptism, and the fruit and gifts that adorn the Christian’s life, but is there something more to the Holy Spirit’s role in the world, the church, and the believer?
In his seventh book, Discovering the Job Description of the Holy Spirit, Dr. Frank Tunstall offers a provocative but profoundly biblical answer: the Holy Spirit is first and foremost a teacher with the singular curriculum of Jesus. He writes, “The Spirit’s objective is to make [Jesus] known in the church. Everything else the Spirit does in some way grows out of that job description.”
Now, thanks to a partnership between EVUSA and World Missions, the IPHC is pleased to offer this “comprehensive and thoroughly Pentecostal must-read” as a series of video lessons, taught by Dr. Tunstall himself.
In these video lessons, Dr. Tunstall presents the material from his book: a comprehensive look at the Holy Spirit’s work with the incarnation of Jesus as the cornerstone. He reviews the Bible’s teaching on the Holy Spirit from the Old Testament, to Jesus’ life and teachings, to Acts and the early church’s ministry, before turning to the epistles and Revelation.