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Life as God's People

How should Christians live, given who God is and what He has done for them? As we look at the second half of Paul's letter to the Ephesians we'll be getting plenty of practical answers to these questions.

A People Who Walk

2018-01-14 - Luke Davydaitis

Walking is a key word to understand how to live the Christian life. It might seem unspectacular but it can have profound and glorious consequences.


Praying in the Spirit

2018-01-21 - Dan Hudson

In Ephesians 6:18, Paul instructs us to "pray in the Spirit, on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests." Corrie Ten Boom once asked the question "Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tyre?" As we read Ephesians we realise prayer was Paul's steering wheel (see Ephesians 1:15-17, 3:14-21, 6:10-20).


A People who are Different

2018-01-28 - Matthew Clifton-Brown

In Ephesians 4 Paul is reminding his hearers that they are no longer clothed with their 'old nature', but have been made new in Christ when they believed.


A People who Display the Gospel

2018-02-11 - Luke Davydaitis

Marriage is about much more than two people loving each other: it was established by God to show the world the glorious relationship between Christ and His Church.