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Stand strong in your identity. Know where you belong. Live out your purpose.
We may know who we are in Christ, but how do we live this out every day? What does a transformed life look like in practice?
This resource for individuals, small groups and churches looks at Ephesians 4-6. It is ideal stand-alone, or as the follow-on from Transformed Life which looks at Ephesians 1-3.
In the second half of his letter to the Ephesians, the apostle Paul focuses on the unity and purity of God’s people. He shows us how living in relationship with Jesus can help us stand firm during spiritual warfare, find our unique place in the Church, and strengthen our relationships at home and in the workplace.
Building on the amazing truths found in Ephesians 1–3, this 50-day journey unpacks how you can live in the light of what Christ has done for you. Explore Ephesians 4–6, verse by verse, and begin truly living out your transformed life. Throughout each day of your fifty-day journey, Transformed Life explores a bite-sized chunk of Scripture, breaking it down into practical sections that can be applied to life.
The whole church can join in! Transformed Living is a seven-week church programme that comes with free online sermon outlines, small group studies and video teaching. To find out more about this church programme and to access these resources visit www.transformed-living.info.
'Provides profound insights helping us to grow in service to Jesus Christ.'
- Written by Dave Smith
- Ideal for individual, small groups and churches
- 50-day devotional that underpins the whole series
- Can be started any time during the year
Meet the Author
Dave Smith is the Senior Paster at KingsGate Community Church in Peterborogh. Dave and his wife Karen planted the church in 1988 and since then it has grown into a lively and thrivig church, featuring on both Songs of Praise and BBC Radio 1.