Left to oversee the fledgling churches on the island of Crete, young Titus received a letter from his mentor and father in the faith, the great apostle Paul. Titus had been handpicked to help steady new congregations of believers tossed to and fro by the waves of cultural and religious relativism. His parish included young and immature believers, passive and lazy island dwellers, strong and stubborn legalists, and those who taught the truth but lived a lie. Sound a bit like today?
Tough Grace in Difficult Places: A Study of the Book of Titus will help you find answers to relevant questions such as:
How do I deal with hypocrites in the church?Where do I find a proven model of discipleship?What’s the most attractive way to share my faith?
Believed by the great reformer Martin Luther to contain all that was necessary for Christian knowledge and life, the book of Titus will challenge and inspire you to engage the culture with integrity, strength, and grace.
(123 page paperback book)