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Ephesians 6:10-24

Rev. Mark Witte of Grace Lutheran Church in Monroe, MI joins Dr. Taylor of St. John's Waltz to talk about the conclusion of Ephesians. The conversation focuses in on the armor of God and how it can be looked at in the context of our Baptismal identity. The ask the pastor question is: "Would it be a sin to fight someone to protect yourself?"

Ephesians 5:22-6:9

Rev Lee Cullen of Lutheran Highschool Westland joins Dr. Taylor to talk about the conclusion of Ephesians five and the beginning of chapter six. The conversation focuses in on the fact that each and everyone of us must submiti to one another out of reverence for Christ. The ask the pastor question is: "When was the Bible written?"

Ephesians 5:1-21

Pastor Tim Loewe of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Lambertville joins Dr. Taylor of St. John's Waltz to talk about the beginning of Ephesians chapter five. The focus of the conversation is living the Christian life and walking in the way of God. The ask the pastor question is: "Why does God save some people who are sick but not others?"

Ephesians 4:17-32

Pastor Jeff Heimsoth of Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Monroe, MI joins Dr. Taylor of St. John's Waltz to discuss the second half of Ephesians 4. The conversation dives into what it means to have 'new life' in Christ Jesus. The ask the pastor question is: "Why did Adam and Eve sin?"

Ephesians 4:1-16

Pastor Todd Seaver of Holy Ghost Lutheran Church and School in Monroe, MI joins Dr. Taylor of St. John's Waltz to discuss the beginning of chapter four of Ephesians. The primary topic of conversation is how the Church is to be as united to one another as each believer is to Christ. The ask the pastor question is: "What's the difference between a Baptist and a Lutheran?"

Ephesians 3

Pastor Mark Flory of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Petersburg, MI joins Dr. Taylor of St. John's Waltz to discuss the third chapter of Ephesians. The conversation focuses in on how the good news to all creation is found solely in Jesus Christ and him crucified. Since Christians have received this gospel, they are made an enemy of both the devil and this world - therefore, they should be fast to pray for strength. The ask the pastor question is: "What does the name Jesus mean?"

Ephesians 2:11-22

Rev, Ken Huner of Thrivent Financial joins Dr. Kurt Taylor of St. John's Waltz to discuss the conclusion of the second chapter of Ephesians. The focus of the conversation sticks to the relationship between the Christian and Jesus, how one Christian is connected to the community of faith, and how the Holy Spirit is the One who does all of this uniting. The ask the pastor question is: "When will God come back for the 'rapture'?"

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