Women’s Study of Titus

The Letter of Paul to Titus:
According to His Mercy. Justified By His Grace.


Join other women at Faith Baptist for a close look at the New Testament’s Letter to Titus. Over eight weeks, you will investigate what the text says, what it means and how it should change you. We will start out slowly, learning a step-by-step study process using the first chapter of Titus. Then you can try the process out on your own with lots of help from your leaders and fellow group members. The study process we follow is outlined in Jen Wilkin’s Women of the Word and will help you study other books of the Bible in the future.

Childcare will be provided for all sessions to give you a chance to focus on God’s Word.


  • Due to COVID-19, we decided to delay the start of this study. We plan to relaunch registration late in the summer of 2020 and start in the fall of 2020.

Study Materials

CLICK: To view the workbook here!

CLICK: To view the Study Process Cards here!


The cost of the study is $20 for materials and to make childcare available for moms. Please make checks payable to Faith Baptist Fellowship and bring payment during the first two weeks of the study. If you are unable to pay in this season of life, please let your study leader know or pay what you are able.


You are more than welcome to attend any session regardless of where you attend on Sunday morning. If you’d like to attend a morning session but go to West campus, please join us at the South campus group. God willing, we plan to offer a morning session again at West campus in the future.

What Faith Baptist Women Have Said About This Study Process?

“I loved the completely different format of this study—it went so much deeper than many others I’ve done.”

“It was helpful slowly going through the study method at first then having the accountability each week to do it on my own. It helped me realize the inductive study method wasn’t as intimidating or difficult to implement as I thought. :)”

“It has helped me to be more conscious of the background and context of scripture and has encouraged me to look up meanings, cross references, etc. It has also reminded me of the importance of prayer in connection to the studying of the Word.”

“I loved how rich the application part was after spending so much time comprehending and interpreting the text. The application came so much more easily and meant so much more after having spent significant time studying the text. I’m so glad to have joined this study this fall. I learned a lot, was able to connect with others from my church, and grew spiritually, too.”