Goodness, For God’s Sake: From Paul’s Letter to Titus
An Emmaus Study Course
By: Christine Schneider
Goodness. We admire the trait, but sometimes it seems too sweet. Can I really be good? What does it mean to be good? And to what purpose?
The apostle Paul filled his letter to his young co-worker, Titus, with practical teaching and convincing motivation on being good. Join Christine Schneider at her kitchen table in this inspiring study especially for women. Discover how Paul’s instructions to believers on a Mediterranean island in the 1st century relate to you and me today. In addition, you will examine the excellent women in Proverbs 31 for down-to-earth applications that will bring the teachings of the books of Titus into your home and church.
Yes, we can and must be good Ð and for the same reason 1st century believing women were to be: to honor God and His Word.
Faith that Molds Character
Ambassador Of Hope
Authority To Lead
The Dangers of Not Knowing the Truth
The School of Good Character
The Syllabus for “Teaching What is Good,” Part 1
The Syllabus for “Teaching What is Good,” Part 2
“There, But for the Grace of God, Go I”
Good Deeds Meet Needs
Motivated By Hope
The titles in the Emmaus Group Study Guide series:
Seeing the Invisible God
God’s Comfort for the Believer’s Heart
Living for God in an Ungodly Culture
To God be the Glory
Run the Race
Faith on Trial
The Seven Last Things
Lessons in Trust from Women in Messiah’s Family Tree
Goodness for God’s Sake
Christine Schneider and her husband, Floyd, spent 15 years as missionaries in Austria, where they planted three churches. They have planted a fourth one in Dubuque, Iowa. Christine has enjoyed watching women grow in their faith, as she teaches them to nourish their souls with God’s Word and then to pass on to others what they have learned. She is now making her own study notes available in the Kitchen Table Studies series.
Publisher: ECS Ministries
Weight: 0.25 lbs
Author: Schneider, Christine