Titus 3

by Andrew Munneke

To start the year, we will be teaching through the epistle of Titus. When we read through it, we echoed Paul’s words in chapter 3 verse 14: “Here is another way that our people can learn to engage in good works to meet pressing needs and so not be unfruitful.” This brief letter was written to (you guessed it) Titus, who was sent to start a church on the island of Crete, a notoriously immoral place. But in this darkness, Paul reminds Titus to teach, live in, and reach out with the Truth.

Titus 2 Christ in Us

by Andrew Munneke

To start the year, we will be teaching through the epistle of Titus. When we read through it, we echoed Paul’s words in chapter 3 verse 14: “Here is another way that our people can learn to engage in good works to meet pressing needs and so not be unfruitful.” This brief letter was written to (you guessed it) Titus, who was sent to start a church on the island of Crete, a notoriously immoral place. But in this darkness, Paul reminds Titus to teach, live in, and reach out with the Truth.

Titus 1 Defining Success

by Andrew Munneke

To start the year, we will be teaching through the epistle of Titus. When we read through it, we echoed Paul’s words in chapter 3 verse 14: “Here is another way that our people can learn to engage in good works to meet pressing needs and so not be unfruitful.” This brief letter was written to (you guessed it) Titus, who was sent to start a church on the island of Crete, a notoriously immoral place. But in this darkness, Paul reminds Titus to teach, live in, and reach out with the Truth.

Advent 2018: Love

by Andrew Munneke

The King has come, and He will come again. This is the hope and eager expectation of Advent, a Latin word which means “coming” or “arrival.” Advent is a time when we take a close look at the coming of Jesus Christ in humility as a baby and anticipate His future second coming in glory. It’s a time for watching and waiting and remembering and rejoicing in God’s fulfilled promise of the Savior.

Advent 2018: Joy

by Andrew Munneke

The King has come, and He will come again. This is the hope and eager expectation of Advent, a Latin word which means “coming” or “arrival.” Advent is a time when we take a close look at the coming of Jesus Christ in humility as a baby and anticipate His future second coming in glory. It’s a time for watching and waiting and remembering and rejoicing in God’s fulfilled promise of the Savior.