Reflection & Discussion Questions
  • Read Titus 3:1-11

  • What stands out to you from the passage? 

  • How easy is it to follow Paul’s instructions in vv 1-2, particularly as it pertains to the government? 

  • Have you ever had an experience of representing Jesus to government? What was it like?

  • Paul acknowledges in vv. 3-8 that all of us are on a journey toward becoming more like Jesus. How can we be an encouragement and positive influence upon our various levels of government?

  • We don’t have to look far to find someone with a controversial opinion – particularly regarding the pandemic. How can we care for those who think differently?
            Reflection & Discussion Questions
            • Read Titus 2:1-8

            • Why is it important to be taught ‘sound doctrine’

            • What behaviours and marks of character as a Christian do you display
                    Reflection & Discussion Questions
                    • Read Titus 1

                    • What stands out to you from the passage?

                    • What can you tell about Paul’s intention in writing the passage?

                    • How do you see this text connecting to the wider Biblical narrative? What do we learn about our role as Christians from this passage?

                    • Paul writes about two groups of people – those who have potential to be Elders and those who are ‘false teachers’. Who are your role models in terms of becoming more like this group of Elders? These might be people you actually know, but they could be other authors, leaders, or Biblical figures that inspire you.