Ephesians (Interacting With God Series)
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The best Bible study doesn't just give you information about God . . . it helps you achieve intimacy with God. In Ephesians: Enjoying Right Relationships, you'll discover self-paced lessons with stories, outlines, word studies, and questions that will draw you more deeply into God's Word and help you put spiritual truths into practice. This combination study guide and workbook format is ideal for small groups or personal study. Paul's letter to the Ephesians could be a response to today's headlines as he warns against sexual impurity and urges believers to strengthen family relationships and prepare for spiritual warfare. This study will shape your worldview and help you live a worthy life for Christ in your relationships, career, and church.
Dr. Gene Getz, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, has been involved in a variety of experiences, including Christian education, music ministries, and college and seminary teaching. He has authored more than fifty books and has directly or indirectly helped launch seventeen churches in the Dallas metroplex. Currently, Gene serves as senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church North in Plano, Texas; director of the Center for Church Renewal; host of Renewal Radio; and adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Claude V. King entered college with plans to become an archaeologist, but God called him to begin working with people. While he was studying to become a pastor, God led him to become trained to equip lay people for ministry. Claude's degrees in theology and adult education prepared him to work as a design editor of discipleship courses at LifeWay Christian Resources. In this role he worked with Henry Blackaby to develop Experiencing God and other discipleship studies.
The widespread success of those works led to other writing opportunities. Claude has written or coauthored 20 books that have sold more than five million copies in aggregate. While writing Made to Count Life Planner, Claude served with the North American Mission Board as the prayer-strategy coordinator in New York City for New Hope New York. He has recently returned to work at LifeWay as an Editor-in-Chief of undated resources.