The Chinese Christian, Watchman Nee wrote a book based on Ephesians called Sit, Walk, Stand. This passage tells us that we can walk humbly in submission and building each other up in love.
As we come to the end of Ephesians, we're told that the Christian life is a battle and we're to stand firm. But what does that mean and what do we do?
In Ephesians chapter 6, the Apostle Paul has something to say to slaves and masters. Raj speaks on how Christianity and the gospel message creates a world in which slavery becomes unimaginable.
When we look at the culture that Paul was writing into, we realise that Paul's teaching on marriage in Ephesians was radical. Is it still radical in our Western culture today and can it help us to develop strong and healthy marriages?