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Dean Elliott teaches the last in the “What’s Missing?” series from Titus 3:8-15.  The end of Titus focuses on the church’s responsibility to the outside world.  Does our attitude of humility produce actions?  Actions that we need to take for the world to listen to us and the message of the Gospel.

Dean Elliott continues the “What’s Missing?” series in Titus 3:1-8.  The operative principle behind the theory of evolution – is the idea that only the strongest, the fittest, the best survive.  We have been led to believe that it is also the operative principle in life – the best win.  To the extent which we believe that, […]

David denHartog teaches from Titus 2:9-15 in the fifth of the “What’s Missing?” series.  Just like women adorn themselves with jewely and make-up, Christians are to make more beautiful the teachings of God, our Savior, in a special way.  This gives us a platform for the declaration of the Gospel to the world in which […]

David denHartog continues the “What’s Missing?” series from Titus.  In the game of the Christian life, the way that the game is won is by God producing a Godly people, but we have an enemy who also has a game plan.  What is the game plan for the Christian?  How does God present holy and devoted […]

Dean Elliott teaches the third in the “What’s Missing?” series from Titus 1:10-16.  In this section, Paul tells Titus that the Elders are to silence those who teach and contradict sound doctrine, at least inside the walls of the church.  He explains what is toxic teaching, and what to watch out for.

David denHartog teaches the second sermon on Titus and what Paul writes about the church.  In Titus 1:5b-9, Paul gives the Biblical standard for leadership.  What are the character qualities that make a good leader?

David denHartog begins the sermon series on Titus, “What’s Missing?”  As you look at the picture above, can you figure out what is missing?  More important that what is missing from the picture above, we need to make sure that nothing is missing from the life of the church.  In Titus 1:1-5a, Paul explains the […]

Pastors David denHartog, Dean Elliott, and Don Hunt give a picture of where Cleburne Bible Church has been in the past, where we are now, and our plans for 2015.  They share the stories of people in the church who have chosen to “Join the Team” in various ministries.  Will you join the team in […]