Servant Ministry Paperback
A Portrait of Christ and a Pattern for His Followers
by Tony Horsfall;
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Tony Horsfall explores the potrait of Christ and the nature of discipleship for His followers
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Servant Ministry offers a practical exposition of the first 'Servant Song' based in Isaiah (42:1-9). Writing from many years of Christian teaching and mentoring, Tony Horsfall applies insights drawn from the Isaiah passage to topics such as the motivation for service and the call to serve; valid expressions of servanthood and the link between evangelism and social action; character formation and what it means to be a servant; how to keep going over the long haul in the harsh realities of ministry; the importance of listening to God on a daily basis and also over a whole lifetime.
Many people around the world have been inspired and refreshed by Tony Horsfall's teaching and mentoring. As well as working as an international freelance trainer and retreat leader, he has written a number of other books for BRF, including Rhythms of Grace, Mentoring for Spiritual Growth and Working from a Place of Rest. He also contributes to New Daylight Bible reading notes.
Servant Ministry by Tony Horsfall was published by Bible Reading Fellowship in March 2013 and is our 17638th best seller. The ISBN for Servant Ministry is 9780857460882.
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Servant MinistryJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
I believe the unhappiest people on the planet are Christians who don't serve. For in our regeneration, we are wired to serve. For Jesus is the one who said, "I am among you as one who serves". Intimacy with Jesus and activity for him make for the best combination of Christian usefulness.
Statistics would tell us that 'servant' is mention in scripture over 600 times, whilst 'leader' is only mentioned 3 times. This desperate imbalance is at the heart of our ability to make a prevailing Christian impact in our nation and beyond. Tony Horsfall's newest book speaks powerfully to this. He offers warm, faithful and close work in Isaiah 42, at the heart of this useful title. The pithy reflections following each chapter add significant value.
This new BRF offering is steadfast, engaging and challenging. The section on motivations is particularly helpful. When speaking of the servant's attentiveness, in the last chapter, around "listening and responding" I would have loved more here, as this was especially strong. The phrase from 1 Peter 2 will live on long, through Horsfall's faithful efforts here: "live as servants of God!"
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The Servant's Identity
1 Behold my servant
2 Emptied and humbled
3 Chosen and loved
4 Servants one and all
The Servant's Calling
5 The Spirit upon him
6 Justice, the suffering servant and the law of God
7 Justice, the compassionate servant and the needs of the world
The Servant's Character
8 The servant as leader
9 Humility, and the danger of pride
10 Gentleness, and the temptations of power
11 Faithfulness, and the challenge of pain
The Servant's Confidence
12 The God who speaks
13 God's presence to reassure
14 God's protection to guard
15 God's purpose to guide
The Servant's Attentiveness
16 Listening and responding
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Details for Servant Ministry
|Author / Artist||Tony Horsfall|
|Publisher||Bible Reading Fellowship (March 2013)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||28th July 2017|