If you're interested in thinking about and chewing over Ephesians a bit more, one way I'd recommend is to use the vast resources of the web to download other sermons to listen to.
The "other All Souls" (!) in London, for example, has a huge stock of online sermons - dating back to the heyday of John Stott's ministry as Rector in the 1960s through to the present day. Good stuff here and they had a series on Ephesians earlier this year themselves. Downloads are free, very easy to search/navigate and there's over 3000 online. You have to register (free) and there's a limit to how many you can obtain a week, but other than that it's an absolute goldmine.
Good to have Tors' sermon from Sunday, looking at the last few verses of Ephesians 2 online. Having missed it because I was leading Soul Time, I'm looking forward to downloading it and listening myself.
You can access the previous Ephesians sermons by clicking on the logo.
We were looking at Ephesians 2:11-18 and why it was so important for Paul to show the believers of Ephesus and the area that believing involved belonging too... and the challenge to us as to how we view others, both within and without Christian community.
Sorry about the sound quality on this recording of yesterday's sermon on Ephesians 1:9-10. Not Mark's fault, just a button pressed (probably by me) that scuppered things. Still listenable to, just not what we normally send your way!