Ephesians 4:11-16When we come to Christ are born again by God’s Spirit. But although we have new life, we are just spiritual babies. God’s goal for us is that we, and the whole church, grow to mature adulthood.
variousWhat is baptism with the Spirit? Is it a second experience we should seek, or something that has already happened? And what is being filled with the Spirit? And how do the two relate together?
Ephesians 4:17-24As we start the New Year, what better New Year’s resolution than to put off the old self and put on the new?!
Ephesians 1:15-23 Maybe we think we should pray, but when it comes to knowing what to say, we find it a lot harder. What should our priorities be? How do we even know God will listen? Listen in as we hear Paul tell the Ephesian church just how he prays for them.
Ephesians 2:11-3:21 Our society longs for a world marked by unity, but all too often we find a world (and a church) marked by division. Listen in to what Paul has to say about God’s plan for unity and his plan to break the cause of so much division- our toxic obsession with ourselves.
Ephesians 1:1-2:10 Maybe you’ve heard before that the word gospel means ‘good news’, but sometimes you wonder- ‘just how good is the good news?’ Doesn’t Christianity seem just a bit too ordinary and like it doesn’t really make a difference? Listen in as we hear Paul tell the Ephesian church just how extraordinary Christianity really is.
Ephesians 2:11-22 The world is full of conflict, whether religious or atheistic. But Jesus Christ promises a way to genuine peace – the security, wholeness and harmony of what is called ‘shalom.’ Be prepared to be provoked and inspired by the one they call the Prince of Peace.
Ephesians 6:10-22 “Onward Christian Soldiers, marching as to war, with the cross of Jesus, going on before”. As Christians we are soldiers in a battle against spiritual forces of evil. But how do we fight and engage in spiritual warfare?
Ephesians 6:10-23 For many Christians spiritual warfare is about the sensational world of deliverance ministries and naming demons and driving them out of believers. But that is not the spiritual warfare we find in the New Testament letters. Instead it’s about putting on the armour God has provided for everyday Christian living. That is how we stand firm against the forces of evil.