Titus, An Introduction
The book of Titus was written to a church living in moral and doctrinal confusion. Paul charged Titus to set things in order by teaching sound doctrine and instructing his congregation in the character that should be manifested among those who profess faith in Christ. In this introduction to the book of Titus, we learn that Paul's encouragement to cultivate discernment and godly living is as relevant now as it was in the first century.
An Unashamed Worker
Pastors face constant pressure to swerve from the clear truths of the Gospel and to pursue the approval of others ...
Pastor and People
What does a healthy church look like? In 2 Timothy 2:14-19, we learn that one distinguishing mark is a ...
A Trustworthy Saying
Sometimes a hymn can help us understand important gospel truths. In 2 Timothy 2, the Apostle Paul quoted a hymn ...