Titus 2 Counseling on the go

Titus 2 Counseling on the go

Latest Episodes

Cotg_047 Freedom in the Lord
December 18, 2019

This is about our freedom in the Lord. The motivation is to live for the Lord. And this gives freedom though it may differ from another Christian.

Cotg_046 Listening as a ministry
December 11, 2019

This is about listening as a ministry to others. When you listen, you show respect and share in their suffering and thereby minister to them.

Cotg_045 Listening as a reflection of character
December 04, 2019

This is about listening as a reflection of your character. Your listening will reveal the type of person you are.

Cotg_044 Listening as a decision
November 27, 2019

Today, I want to talk about listening….as a decision you make -a decision that is often NOT made -as most people are quick to speak and slow to listen

Cotg_043 Grieving the Holy Spirit
November 20, 2019

This is about our emotional relationship with the Holy Spirit. Sin impacts our relationship and one way to express it is through grief.

Cotg_042 - Calling down fire from heaven
November 13, 2019

This is about being patient and merciful when you interact with the unbelieving world. It would be easy to pass judgment and demand justice. But now is not the time.

Cotg_041 - Regular visits
November 06, 2019

This is about regular visits with loved ones, lest the heart grows hard. And when the heart grows hard, it can lead to misunderstandings and distortions of facts. The purpose of the visit is the soften the heart.

Cotg_040 - The not-so-obvious man
October 30, 2019

This podcast is about delaying your assessment about others, because first impressions are not always accurate. There is wisdom in letting time pass until the “real” person is revealed.

Cotg_039 Bad guys seem to win
October 23, 2019

This is about good guys and bad guys and how it seems like the bad guys always win. Listen to get the bigger picture.

Cotg_038 Meditating day and night
October 16, 2019

This podcast is about Psalm 1:2 where it describes the believer as meditating on the law day and night. Is that realistic to meditate day and night? What does that mean?