God, The Gospel & His Glory

May 3, 2022 • Paul Goffin • Titus 1:1–9

This letter is from Paul, a slave of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ. I have been sent to proclaim faith to those God has chosen and to teach them to know the truth that shows them how to live godly lives.

The Danger Of Drift

May 10, 2022 • Lee Venning • Titus 1:10–16

It is important to remember that this is not just the job of the Church Elders. Whilst it is primarily their responsibility to safeguard the Church we all have a need to safeguard ourselves and our walk with God. This does not just involve refusing to listen to falsehoods when we hear then but also raising the red flag of concern with the Elders if we hear things that do not align with the Word of God.

Doctrine and Conduct

May 17, 2022 • Chip Kawalsingh • Titus 2

Paul identified himself as the author of the letter to Titus, calling himself a "bond-servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ" (Titus 1:1). The origin of Paul's relationship with Titus is shrouded in mystery, though we can gather that he may have been converted under the ministry of Paul, who called Titus "my true child in a common faith" (1:4). Titus accompanied Paul on his third missionary journey, during which the apostle sent him to Corinth at least once (2 Corinthians 2:12–13; 7:5–7, 13–15; 8:6, 16–24). Paul clearly held Titus in a position of great respect as a friend and fellow worker for the gospel, praising Titus for his affection, his earnestness, and his bringing comfort to others.

Society and Government

May 24, 2022 • Ian Mann • Titus 1:5

We continue our study of Paul's letter to Titus, where he encourages and instructs Titus in his important work in Crete.