This captivating, historical narrative continues the events of the book of Acts, first begun in The Silas Diary. Told from the viewpoint of Titus, one of apostle Paul's traveling companions, The Titus Diary is a firsthand account of Paul's journey.
Join this journey as Paul sets out once more - this time with Silas, Timothy and Luke - and learn of the founding of the churches in Philippi, Thessalonica, Corinth and Ephesus. Look on as Paul meets Aquila and Priscilla for the first time and quickly gains an appreciation of their passion for the Lord and His church.
On this journey Paul faces persecution for his teaching and contends with the plots of Blastinius Drachrachma, who vows to destroy Paul's work. You'll read about a miraculous prison escape and Paul's gripping warfare. God's abundant provision and overwhelming peace support the believers throughout.
The Titus Diary is the second of a five-book series entitled "The First-Century Diaries." (The Silas Diary, The Titus Diary, The Timothy Diary, The Priscilla Diary, The Gaius Diary.)