Guest Posting: Spirit-led Gatherings

Dave over at Searching God’s Heart asked me to guest post about the topic of Spirit-led Meetings.  Have you been part of a Spirit-Led Gathering?  How do you know? So many people have different ideas about what a Spirit-led gathering is that it’s hard to know.  Here’s a paragraph from the post:

Joy floods the room as everyone begins to glorify God.  Several brothers surround the man and begin to pray for him.  Plans are made for a baptism the next day, which interferes very little with everyone’s plans because most had planned to assemble together the next day anyways.  The gathering goes late into the night as others share about the greatness of Christ, the worth of following Him despite the cost, and the imminence of His return. You leave late into the evening encouraged by the supernatural work that has obviously taken place.

I’d like to encourage you to jump over to Searching God’s Heart and read the rest of the post.  This is the first in a series of three posts.  Join Dave, his readers, and myself as we discuss the importance of churches being corporately led by the Holy Spirit.

UPDATE: You can see all three parts of this series.  I will update the links as they come out:

Part One: Have You Met With Christians Like This? Part Two: What is a Spirit-Led Gathering? Part Three: A Case Study

Photo Credit: Holy Spirit Dove by John Kroll

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

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