Avoid Foolish Debates

Key texts: Titus 3:8-15
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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In this message, Dru wraps up our study of Paul’s letter to Titus. Along with encouraging concluding words, Paul has a sobering warning for the church. Listen for a timely reflection on division and prejudice in the church.

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Slippery Slopes and Sanctification

Key texts: Titus 3:1-8
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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It’s not uncommon to hear people warn of slippery slopes. But are they really dangerous? In this message, Dru shares some practical thoughts on how to evaluate what kind of ground we’re standing on – and how to communicate concerns effectively.

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Here’s the video of the message, along with Abram sharing about the Five Solas of the Reformation.

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Disobedient, Deceived, Enslaved

Key texts: Titus 3:1-8
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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The grace of God doesn’t mean much if we haven’t come to grips with our own sinful hearts. Listen here for the next message in our Titus series.

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The Grace of God Has Appeared

Key texts: Titus 2:1-15
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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What does the grace of God look like in real life? Paul doesn’t want Titus to engage in mere rhetoric when preaching the gospel; instead, he believes that declaring God’s grace will make real differences in everyone. Listen below:

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Sound in the Faith

Key texts: Titus 1:9-2:1
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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When Paul starts name-calling, you know it’s time to pay attention. In this week’s message, we look at what prompted Paul’s concern – false teachers – and what the solution is: sound teaching. Listen below:

(Note – this message was recorded from home; the audio is not the best, but should be tolerable. We’re working on getting better audio solutions!)

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