"Older women likewise are to . . . teach what is good, that they may encourage the younger women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, being subject to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be dishonored."—Titus 2:3-5
Much is said and written today about mentoring. A mentor is a guide, a teacher, a counselor, an advisor; all words that apply to the Titus 2 woman. Becoming a Titus 2 Woman is a tool to train older women to successfully mentor younger women. Within these pages are many examples of how to disciple younger women. It is practical in its approach as it teaches how, by God's grace, you can develop the character that God wants every older woman to have.
"Becoming a Titus 2 Woman is the perfect sequel to her book, The Excellent Wife. It biblically and practically addresses the older woman's character as well as her mandate and privilege to minister to younger women. Martha's application questions at the end of each chapter can help any woman to be a 'doer' rather than a 'hearer only.' This book will bring great blessing to the lives of those who take its message to heart."
—Patricia MacArthur, Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California
Table of Contents:
IntroductionPart 1: When I Disciple a Younger Woman
- A New Philosopher of Life
- Three Areas to Mature
- Examples of Disciplining Younger WomanPart 2: How Does a Titus 2 Woman Act?
- Her Character
- Her Response to the Younger WomanPart 3: What Does a Titus 2 Woman Teach?
- To Love Their Husbands and Children
- To be Sensible and Pure
- To be a Worker at Home and to be Kind
- To be Subject to Her Own HusbandPart 4: Why Should a Titus 2 Woman Teach?
- So as Not to Dishonor the Word of God
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