Lucado Study Guide: Ephesians (Life Lessons) Paperback – 20 Feb 2007
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More than 120 million readers have found inspiration and encouragement in the writings of Max Lucado. He lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy, in San Antonio, Texas, where he serves the people of Oak Hills Church.
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I believe I would have given this at least four stars if I had completed it with a group instead of self-study (I found the questions more discussion-oriented versus self-reflection).
Secondly, as in any bible study, I needed to look at what its done for me and how it has increased my knowledge of walking with and serving God. For me, I walk away from this study with an increased knowledge of how better to love my wife and family. Ive learned how better to serve the church, and how to be a better employee and leader. For a small book, Ephesians really makes a huge impact. Thanks to the understanding gained from this study, Ephesians in my study bible is almost all hi lighted!
Third, Max Lucado may not be for everyone. I know more than a few people that view him as sort of the rock star of Christian writers (meaning popular maybe, but not impactful as a writer). I disagree with this, since it is my third Lucado book, and I find his work to be solid, maybe not my persoanl favorite ( I prefer Dr Charles Stanley) but Max writes in a way easily digestible for the average reader. I walk away from this book having appreciated the depths it made me look into myself. Ill recommended this study to my church friends, and I would strongly consider revisiting the content in several years to see how my take on the questions may change. Whether you study this as a group or on your own, I believe there will be real and useable Christian growth within yourself and others at the completion of this study.
Great book! Joan