Here's what to expect

Join a community of parents on an exploration of the sacred responsibility to disciple our children.

  1. 1
    • Welcome to this Ephesiology Master Class

    • Study Overview

    • Introducing Raising Resilient Children

    • How to use this course

    • Before we begin...

  2. 2
    • Raising Disciples Podcast

    • Resources from Josh McDowell Ministry

    • Little Ephesiologists

    • Join the Conversation

  3. 3
    • Taking the Fear out of Theology

    • Go Deeper

    • Theology and the Formation of Identity

    • Go Deeper

    • Being Equipped to Disciple Your Children

    • Go Deeper

    • Suggested Books

    • Join the Conversation

  4. 4
    • A Child's advice for discipling your children

    • Go Deeper

    • Raising Children to be Missionaries

    • Go Deeper

    • Are you enjoying this study?

    • Join the Conversation

  5. 5
    • Talking about Race with your Children

    • Talking about Critical Race Theory

    • Talking about Pornography with Parents and Children

    • Join the Conversation

  6. 6
    • What Pastors Want Parents to Know about Discipling their Children

    • Go Deeper

    • The Spirituality of Generation Z

    • Join the Conversation

  7. 7
    • Want to go further? Here's what's next.

    • Invite us to speak

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go...

    • One more thing ...

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The Ephesiology Podcast

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Join our podcasters each week for a captivating discussion about a New Testament movement that started in Ephesus and impacted all of Asia Minor for 13 centuries. We dig deeply into the missiological theology of the New Testament in order to understand what a movement might look like today.

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The journey includes the following benefits:

  • Hours of on-demand video

  • Articles and blogs written by our facilitators

  • Accessibility 24/7 from your phone, tablet, or computer

  • Personal and group reflection questions to help you digest and apply the content

  • Discussion forums to do theology in a community with others in your cohort and around the world

  • Earn a certificate of completion for continuing education credit

What are you waiting for?

We do not just simply fill your heads, but your hearts so that your hands are motivated and equipped to lead movements.

Meet Andrew, Matt, and Michael

Andrew, Matt, and Michael are joined by a host of others in this personal, sometimes emotional, and always vulnerable conversation about discipling children.

Associate Pastor, Neartown Church

Andrew Johnson

Andrew is a proud husband, father and pastor in the Bayou City, Houston, TX. Previously, he’s ministered in Chicago, Flagstaff and Tempe in a variety of church contexts. After graduating Phoenix Seminary, he, his wife and three kids moved to Houston join the growing ministry at Neartown Church, a church geared towards starting and supporting other strong local churches via church planting. When not at work, he’s an avid disc golfing, ultimate playing, Spider-Man following/collecting fellow. Go Pacers.

Professor of Missiological Theology

Michael T. Cooper

Dr. Cooper earned a PhD in Intercultural Studies with a focus on religious movements and a minor in theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He currently serves as a missiologist for a missions agency where he focuses on missiological research and equipping missionaries for effective cultural engagement. He has thirty years of missions experience, including ten years as a pioneer church planter in Romania after the fall of communism and has equipped church planters and leaders in Africa, Europe, North America, South America, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. He is a guest faculty at Torch Trinity Graduate University, adjunct faculty at Mission India Theological Seminary, Asia Graduate School of Theology Nepal, and Ebenezer Bible College in Katmandu, and affiliate faculty at Kairos University. He has written and contributed to more than 30 books and academic articles and has presented conference lectures at the London School of Economics, University of Bordeaux, Loyola University, Baylor University, and many others. His recent book, Ephesiology: A Study of the Ephesian Movement is a best seller at William Carey Publishing.

Assistant Professor of Discipleship

Matt Till

Matt is a gospel-centered pastor, teacher, and communicator. Together with his wife Mary, their purpose is to lead the church in the ways of Jesus and the mission of Jesus. Matt holds a Masters of Biblical and Theological Studies from Knox Theological Seminary, a Bachelor of Arts in Television Production and Directing, and is a 2018 residency graduate of Reach Chicago, a church planting network through the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). Matt also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity International University in Deerfield, IL.