What makes a local church healthy? What doctrines or practices are foundational to a healthy church? What role, if any, does preaching play? Do good works alone make a church healthy? This topic is as old as the New Testament church, and the answers given have contradicted each other since the New Testament era.
In this book, Justin Huffman addresses the question using Titus 2 as a lens
through which to find the biblical answer. By bringing to bear the authority and
sufficiency of Scripture in relation to the topic of church health, he frames a
biblical paradigm for local church ministry.
About the Author:
Justin Huffman is a Christian, husband, father, pastor, speaker and author—and
thankful to God for each. A graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary, he has pastored in the USA for over fifteen years. His writing has been featured on The Gospel Coalition, For the Church, Third Millennium and elsewhere. He blogs at justinhuffman.org. Justin has been married for over twenty years to Chau, and they have four children.