All Leaders (675min // 11.5hrs Total // 2.8hrs weekly)

Read/Listen: Systematic Theology, Ch. 30 (The Work of the Holy Spirit) - Grudem [audio teaching] (60min)

Read/Listen: Systematic Theology, Ch. 34 (Regeneration) - Grudem [audio teaching] (30min)

Read/Listen: Systematic Theology, Ch. 39 (Baptism and Filling of the Holy Spirit) - Grudem [audio teaching] (60min)

Read: Intercessory Prayer- Downtown Hope (15min)

Read: Ministry and Character - Keller (45min)

Watch: The Holy Spirit- Third Mil (90min)

Complete: PDP (60min)

Complete: Fruit of the Spirit Assessment (15min)

Complete: To Whom Am I Sent Questionnaire (15min)

Exegete: John 16:5-15 (using the Abbreviated Exegetical Worksheet) (60min)

Outline: Luke 13-24 (daily following DH reading plan, use the Book Outline Worksheet) (4hrs)

Assessment Questions to Answer

Where do we find the deity and personhood of the Holy Spirit in the Bible?

How would you explain to someone from Scripture that the Holy Spirit is both God and a person, not an impersonal force?

How would you describe the work of the Spirit in relation to God the Father and God the Son?

Define the following biblical terms:


baptism in the Spirit

sealing of the Spirit

indwelling of the Spirit

filling of the Spirit

fruit of the Spirit

gifts of the Spirit

witness of the Spirit

Spirit intercedes for us

What part does humble persistent prayer have with the empowering presence of the Holy Spirit? Are there any biblical examples or explicit promises in Scripture?

Give an example of  how you live in step with the Spirit’s presence, exhibiting fruit of the Spirit in gifts of Spirit?

Two people in your church community have been debating each other as others listen in. One has been saying that gifts like prophecy, healing, tongues, and other such gifts are no longer operative, but ceased with age of the apostles and the completion of the New Testament. The second person is saying that all those gifts are operative for today! This person also goes on to say that the first person’s problem is that he is a believer but not yet “baptized with the Spirit.” The debate has heated up. How will you handle this?

A woman in your church with an ongoing physical infirmity was recently prayed for by a couple known to be “prayer warriors” in your church however, this woman didn’t experience healing. She comes to you and is clearly discouraged and confused because those who prayed over her said that in Jesus she is already healed but she needs to believe it to experience it. What will you do, say, or what guidance will you give this woman with the physical infirmity? How would speak to the “prayer warriors”?