A Journey Through Ephesus

Journey Through Ephesus CoverEphesus was one of the most influential cities in the Roman Empire.  It also served as a base of operations for the Apostle Paul’s ministry to Asia Minor.  So when Paul wrote Ephesians, he wrote to a city that he knew would influence the entire region.   A Journey Through Ephesus begins with the history of Ephesus, then provides a narrative commentary on Ephesians, and concludes with an examination of what happened to the church Paul founded.  The entire context of The Greco-Roman culture of the city begins to emerge when we understand Paul’s purpose and audience in this comprehensive study of the book of Ephesians.

The book is now available for download at:


Apple iBookstore

Amazon Kindle

Amazon (Print edition)

Barnes & Noble Nook


Ten Essential Words

Can the relevancy of the Christian faith and the answers to so many complex questions we face today be Ten Words Flat Coveras simple as getting back to some of the basic tenants of the faith?  Can something like the Ten Commandments really shed much light on a world shaded by grey?  Ten Essential Words attempts to reclaim the original intent of the Ten Commandments given in their ancient context and brings them forward as a healthy and relevant way to live in today’s world.  In order to accomplish this, we must first let go of many preconceived notions regarding the Ten Commandments.  If God were re-introducing these commandments to us today, what words would God give us?  The answers may surprise you.

Available for download at:


Apple iBookstore

Amazon Kindle

Barnes & Noble Nook


Connected To The Vine

Conected-thumbThe Fruit of the Spirit listed in Galatians refers to the virtuous actions that characterize those who follow Jesus. But are these qualities that we can nurture within ourselves or are they simply qualities that God forms within us? This brief study examines each piece of fruit for its biblical meaning and modern application. It is also a great tool for personal devotion or group study.

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