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If there are two words to describe the letter of Titus, they might be “pastoral” and “practical.” The book of Titus is the brief letter of an older pastor (Paul) giving some solid and tangible advice to a younger pastor (Titus). Paul gets right to the point and doesn’t “mince words.” He is passing along words of wisdom as Titus leads his congregation and attempts to instruct them in the ways of Christ.
This high school Bible study provides a complete walkthrough of the book of Titus. It was written for use in the spring of 2020, during the time of social distancing, but can be used interchangably as an online or in person study.
Published: May 27, 2020
Author: Shannon Greene
Source: Church of the Resurrection
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