he majority of our time today will be spent reviewing Paul's letter to the Ephesians. This bird's-eye view approach will help us to see Paul's dual purpose in writing his letter. Toward the end of our time together, we will carefully unpack Ephesians 6:21-24. These final few verses serve to remind us of the importance of God's church functioning as a relational community, with the lives of God's people intimately interwoven. This is germane for healthy Gospel growth in the local church! Furthermore, we will see that one of the marks of a healthy church is a commitment to pray for one another. I pray that the Lord has used and will continue to use our time in studying Ephesians to move God's people at MCC to more deeply commit to following Christ, loving and serving His church, and pursuing God's great commission task of making disciples!