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Titus: The Gospel-Centered Church

What does it look like for a church to move from youth to adulthood? It would have to develop godly leaders, an engaged congregation, and solid, gospel-centered theology. In short, this is what Paul charges Titus to help the church in Crete become, and what we learn about in the letter of Titus.

A Reminder

A Reminder Preached by Jason Abbott We’ve reached the final installment in our series through the letter of Titus. And, we’ve learned that Crete was not an easy place to do pastoral ministry. Cretans had a really ugly reputation as liars, slothful gluttons, pirates, and brutes. Little is known about …
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Gospel Vital Signs

Gospel Vital Signs Preached by Benjamin Vrbicek This morning we are continuing our sermon series through the letter called Titus. Pastor Jason will finish the series and the letter next week. Then in May, we’ll begin a new series for the summer in the book of 1 Samuel. If you …
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Living the Good Life…

Living the Good Life… Preached by Scott Dunford The full text for this sermon will be posted soon.

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Character, Not Charisma

Character, Not Charisma Preached by Jason Abbott A bus hits the elder team as we’re walking across Derry to 3B’s ice cream. (Benjamin was bringing his own coconut, non-dairy, non-sugar ice cream along because he’s a team player.) Thus, Community Free Church is looking for leaders and begins by conducting …
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Grace and Peace, Oh How Can This Be?

Grace and Peace, Oh How Can This Be? Preached by Benjamin Vrbicek This morning we are beginning a new sermon series. We are going to spend five weeks in the letter called Titus. We are calling the series, “Gospel-centered Church” because of the way the letter continually connects belief and …
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