Paul left Titus in Crete, in order to set things in order in a new church.
Paul is giving Titus instructions in how to have order in a church, but he doesn’t
go into detail regarding how it might work practically.
What works in PNG may not work in Australia, and vice versa.
Paul is wanting to focus on something central, and he is discipling people in the Gospel
and he is leaving Titus to focus on the specifics of how it might work in the local church.
Paul outlines the character traits of an elder or deacon in verses 6-9, and how men should act like men.