This Spring we are going to be jumping into the book of Ephesians as a church. Ephesians is a wonderfully beautiful book. Throughout history, the church has had trouble even describing it’s power and magnificence.
Commentator Klyne Snodgrass wrote: “Pound for pound Ephesians may well be the most influential document ever written.” Can you think of a more significant claim you can make about a book?
Welcome to the By the Book resource page. Here we’ll distribute notes, resources, and put up audio of the sessions.
Last Friday night, EBC hosted an Acts 29 event called Exploring the Angles of God's Mission in the West with pastor, author and speaker Tony Merida. All I can say is, if you didn't make it along to the event, make it a priority to listen to the audio here.
Commitment is not exactly a sexy thing in our culture. Maybe the one thing modern Aussies are committed to is the ideal of being noncommittal. We love freedom, options and flexibility, and so the concept of covenanting to walk the ups and downs of life with a community is perhaps more counter-cultural than ever.