Titus Chu began serving the Lord full-time in 1968. Since then, his ministry has grown to serve many churches across the United States and internationally. Today, his burden has mainly been to strengthen and train believers with the view toward the building up of the Body of Christ in the local churches. Most of his spoken ministry is given in conferences and trainings that are held throughout the year.
Dr. Rex Beck
After getting his PhD in Physics, Dr. Rex Beck felt the Lord calling him to serve in a full-time capacity. The author of over 10 books, he has discipled college students, spoken on many college campuses on topics such as science and faith, the validity of the Bible, and the way of salvation, and has led regional youth conferences.
This website serves to make the ministries of brother Titus Chu and of his fellow workers in the Lord available via the internet. It is our sincere desire and our prayer that the Lord will use this website as a means to transform many of God’s children to become sweet savors of Christ. To that end, we hope God can use these ministries to convey the riches of Christ; to bring us into more and deeper experiences of Himself in His human living, death, resurrection, and ascension; and to bring us into a fuller realization of His purpose for the building up of the Body of Christ.
Many of the messages presented on this site were originally given through spoken messages given during church gatherings or ministry meetings. Being primarily an online archive of these messages, we have retained the spoken form of the messages with minimal editing for clarity purposes.
Why A Sweet Savor?
A lot of consideration was given to finding a good name to capture the common theme in all of these ministries, especially that of Titus Chu, who would have the most content on the site. There many proposals for names from a range of topics, backgrounds, and inspirations. Among them was A Sweet Savor, inspired from a set of verses in Second Corinthians, which reads:
But thanks be unto God, who always leadeth us in triumph in Christ, and maketh manifest through us the savor of his knowledge in every place. For we are a sweet savor of Christ unto God, in them that are saved, and in them that perish; to the one a savor from death unto death; to the other a savor from life unto life. And who is sufficient for these things? For we are not as the many, corrupting the word of God: but as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God, speak we in Christ.
– 2 Corinthians 2:14-17, ASV
With such a portrayal of what it means to be “a sweet savor,” our realization was that this term really captures a central desire of these ministries: that all believers might manifest the savor of Christ in the knowledge of God. From this, the website adopted the name, A Sweet Savor.
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It is our desire that the materials on this site would be freely available to all of God’s children, and that as many believers as possible would have access to them. Therefore, all of the electronic materials on this site may be freely downloaded, forwarded, copied, reproduced, and printed out. However, material posted on this site may not be copied and posted to another site. Rather, we would ask that you link to the entry on this site. Also, no changes may be made in any of the content, and the attributions and web addresses may not be altered or removed regardless of the format the materials are transferred to.