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Get any group of people together long enough and they will develop a culture. They will develop patterns, traditions, values and goals. The best possible culture is a Kingdom Culture where Jesus has molded and shaped it to look like Him. The new believers living on the Island of Crete desperately needed to develop a Kingdom Culture. To do this they needed to follow good leaders and reject bad leaders. Our passage takes a look at bad leaders.