Misfits on a Mission, Finding Identity in Jesus

Posts by T. C. Moore (Page 12)

“A Place of Power” (Acts 19.1-20)

Power is one of the main themes of the New Testament book called “Ephesians,” written by the apostle Paul for circulation among the churches of “Asia.” For example, in chapter one Paul prays for Jesus’s disciples to have power like the power God exerted in raising Jesus from the dead (v.19-20) and praises Jesus for…

Historical and Cultural Context on Ephesus

In the first century, when the apostle Saul/ Paul 1 traveled to Ephesus (now in modern-day Turkey), a city with a long and illustrious history. Dating back to the Greek migrations of 1200 BC, Ephesus underwent several rebirths. In Greek times, it was the birth place of a great pre-Socratic philosopher named Heraclitus. It was…

Introduction to the Radicle Series

Radicle: Ephesians for Misfits Fall Teaching Series & Small Group Study Introduction Rad•i•cle Noun (Botany) – A part of a plant that develops into the primary root. 14 For this reason I kneel before the Father, 15 from whom every family in heaven 
and on earth derives its name. 16 I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you