Free Youth Series on Ephesians


This youth series on Ephesians will teach your students the context of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians while studying how Jesus saves us, blesses us, and transforms us.

Paul wrote this letter to Greeks living in a thriving city called Ephesus. They were as Greek as Greek could be. They celebrated Greek philosophers, loved the Olympics, and ate a lot of feta cheese. More importantly, Ephesus was one of the religious capitals of the ancient world. Thus, they were well acquainted with the mysterious Greek gods and goddesses. 

The Ephesians worshiped Greek gods and made sacrifices to ask them for physical blessings like rainfall, beauty, and wealth. However, Paul introduced the people to Jesus. For the first time, the Ephesians learned about the true God whose glory wasn’t found in material items, but in the spiritual realms.

Paul carefully penned his letter to the Ephesians to explore one central topic — the life-changing power of Jesus. Yes, that’s powerful, but it’s also very practical. He wanted his audience to know that Jesus was the one true God and that he reigned supreme. But he didn’t leave it there. He also examined how that truth would change their lives.


Sermon Series: This 3-part sermon series on Ephesians will help students learn how Jesus saves us, blesses us, and transforms us.

Small Group Guides: This 3-part written message series and small group discussion guide can be used in conjunction with the “Ephesians” sermon series, or as four stand-alone small groups.

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