This week’s blog is brought to us by Traci Smith and her Faith at Home newsletter.
Traci explains in her article, Pentecost is a celebration of the Holy Spirit, a day we set aside to appreciate all the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Church that grew from that first experience. We don’t talk about the Holy Spirit nearly as much as the other two parts of the Trinity, I think because to our western, rational brains the Holy Spirit is a little too insubstantial a little too poetic. But anyone who has ever felt as strong gust of wind, you may not be able to see the wind, but you can most certainly feel it and see its effects – the Holy Spirit is like that.
I hope you enjoy her article as much as I did.
Director of Children & Young Family Ministries