In this commentary on Philippians and Philemon, Pauline specialist Todd D. Still presents engaging teaching on the deeply loved Letter to the Philippian church and the frequently overlooked Letter to Philemon. With clarity and care, Still explains the contents of these letters along lexical and socio-historical lines. He remains attentive to the rhetorical features, theological dimensions, and the pastoral possibilities of these texts. Dr. Still seeks interpret Paul’s thoughts and to capture the Apostle’s affections for a beloved congregation and for a recently converted slave.