Ephesians: Paul’s guide to practical faith 05 – “It’s not about me”

Can you submit to someone you don’t agree with (as long as that person is not causing you harm)?  Whether it be a spouse, an employer, or some other kind of leader, what does it take to submit to their authority despite your differences?  In today’s message we’ll take a look at a difficult idea, that “it’s not about me”.  As we continue our series looking at the letter the apostle Paul wrote to the churches of Ephesus, we’ll see how he explains what it looks like to be a follower of Christ in the context of some different relationship situations.  We’ll find value in shifting our mindset to respect and learn from people we disagree with, and ultimately how to live in abundance as we relate to others.