Overview | Sermons | Bible Study | Books
In this series we’re looking at Paul’s letter to Titus, which although short, is wonderfully profound in the way it speaks of Christian communities living as family.
We’ve called this series ‘Tell Me What’s Good’ because, in just three chapters, Paul speaks of ‘goodness’ nine times – it’s kind of hard to miss the point!
|#1 Loving What Is Good||Titus 1:1-9||Outline|
|#2 Unfit For Doing Anything Good||Titus 1:5-16||Outline|
|#3 Eager To Do What Is Good||Titus 2||Outline|
|#4 Devoting Ourselves To Doing What Is Good||Titus 3||Outline|
Titus: The Good Life, Tim Chester
How People Change, Timothy Lane and Paul David Tripp (2008)
The Expulsive Power of a New Affection, Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847)
The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution, Carl Trueman (2020)