2002 – 2008
- 30 Titus 2 Retreats, three of them sponsored by districts for clergy wives
- 2 retreats led by college-age women
- 7 Titus 2 training retreats
- 7 Titus 2 workshops at conferences
- 7 purity sessions (boys and girls separate)
- 24 wives of seminarians in attendance at retreats
- 110 wives of pastors in attendance at retreats
2005 – 2008
- 23 “Dressing for Life: Secrets of the Great Cover-up” purity lifestyle shows
- Approximately 4000 girls and women in attendance at these events
- Funds raised totaling $35,000.00 at these events (these funds were divided between T2-4Life, Word of Hope and local pregnancy centers)
2009 – 2014
- 17 Titus 2 Retreats in homes, congregations, or caring pregnancy centers
- 1 Titus 2 Training Retreat
- 3 “Mini-Retreats” for young moms or mother/daughter events
- 7 Titus 2 Keynotes or presentations to women’s conferences or pro-life events
- 8 “Mistaken Identity, Compromised Purity” presentations with pastors’ panel
It’s A Fact that:
- Titus 2 for Life is funded completely by donations.
- One appeal letter is sent per year.
- Retreat expenses are covered by the local hosts through fundraisers, matching funds and congregational support
- Titus 2 for Life’s first published book, The Failure of Sex Education in the Church: Mistaken Identity, Compromised Purity, was funded by donations to T2-4Life and any profits will be returned to T2-4Life.
- LFL of Iowa and South Dakota hosted eight regional book topic presentations with “pastors’ panels” in the Fall of 2014 with a total of approximately 270 pastors, parents and teachers in attendance.
Please visit Our Identity Matters to learn more about
The Failure of Sex Education in the Church: Mistaken Identity, Compromised Purity.
Find out what people are saying about the book and discover why:
- It has been described as a “catechism” for parents, pastors,and teachers.
- It is helpful for those struggling with sexual temptation and all who are concerned about the sexualization of children.
- It offers hope for men, women, marriage, and family.