SERMON FROM SEPTEMBER 9, 2018
Pastor Dan Brenton opens this series in Titus by looking at Titus 1:1-4. Eternity is real and God has given us a mission. Paul has written this letter to Titus so we will be prepared for the return of Christ.
SERMON FROM SEPTEMBER 16, 2018
In this continuing message from the book of Titus, Pastor Dan Brenton teaches from Titus 1:5-9. In this passage, Paul gives Titus the most important instructions to preserve the long-term health of the church.
SERMON FROM SEPTEMBER 23, 2018
Pastor Dan Brenton continues the series in Titus by looking at the passage from Titus 1:10-16. In this message, he teaches how we must combat those who would introduce false doctrine into the church. Rather, we should cling to the truth and strive for unity.
SERMON FROM SEPTEMBER 30, 2018
In Titus 2:1-10, Paul instructs Titus in how the body of believers should conduct themselves in community. Continuing in this series in Titus, Pastor Dan Brenton teaches what it means for us as we interact with one another as the body of Christ.
SERMON FROM OCTOBER 7, 2018
Pastor Dan Brenton, continuing in this series in Titus, looks at Titus 2:11-15. We, as a church, are to remember God's grace through Jesus, look forward to him redeeming us, and look in at our own attitudes and response to that grace.
SERMON FROM OCTOBER 14, 2018
Pastor Dan Brenton continues in this series in Titus, this time looking at Paul's instructions to Titus and the church from Titus 3:1-5. A Christian is called to be an insider, influencing the world for God's glory, without losing their allegiance to God.
SERMON FROM OCTOBER 21, 2018
In this message from Titus 3:5-11, Pastor Dan Brenton looks further at Paul's counsel to Titus and the church on how to live in the world but not of the world. We are reminded that God has not left us alone in our efforts to live as we should.
SERMON FROM OCTOBER 28, 2018
In this final message of the series in Titus, Pastor Dan Brenton looks at Paul's final exhortation to Titus. But before that, he examines Paul's instructions in Titus 3:9-11 and how he says our behavior should benefit all around us. He is telling Titus not only to live in a way that brings glory to God, but also to avoid useless topics and those who slander and cause disunity.
And finally, Paul tells Titus to attend to pressing needs in the church. There is always more than we can do and we must not ever settle into a comfort zone.