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Sessions with Ephesians is a nine-session study unit designed to explore Paul’s response to a young congregation in need of a definable doctrine and a theological document to meet the needs of an expanding church that was literally being invaded by divisive and contrary philosophies. Each session is followed by thought-provoking questions that allow for a deeper experience of the scriptural passages.
Ephesians has been called “the most contemporary book in the Bible.” Strip it of just a few first-century references and it would be easily applicable to the modern church. It was, however, directed to the church of Paul’s day that struggled with issues of inclusion and moving beyond the constraints of ancient Judaism. In this letter we see where God wants to take the church, and, if we truly internalize its words, we see our own unique role in God’s plans.
The Sessions Series is a set of Bible studies designed to encourage a deeper encounter with Scripture. Each volume includes eight to ten lessons as well as resources to facilitate preparation, class discussion, or individual Bible Study. The Sessions series editor is Michael D. McCullar.
William L. Self is Pastor Emeritus at Johns Creek Baptist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Dr. Self is a graduate of Stetson University (BA), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (BD), and Candler School of Theology (ThD). The McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University has established the William L. Self Preaching Lectureship in his honor.
Michael D. McCullar is the executive pastor of Johns Creek Baptist Church, Alpharetta, Georgia. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama-Birmingham, New Orleans Baptist Seminary, and Oxford Graduate School. He is the author of the James Annual Bible Study, A Christian’s Guide to Islam, Sessions with James, Sessions with Corinthians, Sessions with Timothy & Titus, and co-author of Building Blocks for Sunday School Growth and Sessions with Mark.