Study Ephesians

Study Ephesians

There are precious treasures ahead for TCBC in 2024! This Sunday we begin our 7-month, verse-by-verse study of Ephesians. This New Testament epistle is rich in doctrine and prescriptive instruction for Christian living. Notice two overarching themes. First, in Christ, we are called according to His purpose. Second, in Christ, we walk according to His calling.

We have been set apart in Christ by the grace of God for his glory, therefore let us live accordingly.

In order to help get the most out of your study of Ephesians we have some resources available for you. Explore, use, and share them with others.

Sermon Series. Make it a priority to gather for worship each week.

  • Use as a guide to ponder, pray, and practice on Saturday night or Sunday morning to prepare your heart.
  • Use to follow along with the Big Truths and Big Ideas from the sermon. If you have elementary kids, grab the Kids Worship Guide for their grade in the lobby before you come in as a tool to train your kids to pay attention, engage, and take notes during the gathering.
  • Use the Know, Do, Feel, Want points at the end of the notes page as practical application from the sermon throughout the week. Discipline yourself to be a doer of the Word.

Bible Resources. Make it a priority to be in the Word.

  • Use the Reading Plan to take you through a reading of the New Testament alongside study of Ephesians with the sermon series.
  • Use for recommendations of other resources such as commentaries, sermons, FDP guides, articles, study labs, and songs to help you as you go deeper into your Ephesians study.

Community. Make it a priority to follow Jesus alongside others.

  • Use your groups: Go Study Groups, Go Fellowship Groups, or Equip tables as a place to talk about what you’re learning in the Word and accountability to put truth into practice. Do you want help with something? Ask!
  • Use the Resource Center to find some of our recommended Ephesians resources along with Blueprint Guides that can help you take a next step as a disciple-maker.

For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10

Daniel Broyles

Elder / Pastor Teaching/Vision

Daniel Broyles has served as the Leadership Pastor and Elder at Tri-Cities Baptist Church since 2012. He is married to his wife Amy and they have a daughter named Lena.