Rick Holland brought the BOLD Church Conference to a close with an exposition of Titus, in which he outlined nine essential characteristics by which to evaluate the health of the church. Read guest blogger Aaron Armstrong’s notes on this closing session:
We need to understand how the Church should sound when it’s healthy and when it’s unhealthy. Are we Ecclesiologists who can diagnose what’s wrong and what’s right in the church?
In Titus 1, Paul instructs Titus on how to set up healthy parameters in the church, how to create healthy self-diagnostics, how to recognize what sounds indicate something wrong and what sounds indicate what’s right.
Self-diagnosis is almost unheard of in the church today. When there’s trouble, people typically leave.
How do you self-diagnose in the church? That’s what Paul’s writing to Titus in this letter. What I want to do is look at this entire epistle at a lightning fast pace—so we can get our marching orders for having a healthy church.
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