Starting a church revolution through serving
by Dino Rizzo;
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A movement is rumbling through the body of Christ—a revolutionary army of people giving hope to a hurting world through practical, personal acts of service.
In Servolution, Dino Rizzo shares the story of his relentless pursuit of ways to bless the lost, poor, and hurting people of his community in Jesus’ name. You’ll be amazed and inspired by the incredible ways God has used Healing Place Church to meet the needs of thousands of people. Each chapter includes practical suggestions and resources for use in any church.
Be encouraged by the testimony of how God’s Spirit can use a simple passion to serve to revolutionize your approach to ministry. Wherever you are and whatever your gifts, you can play a vital role in this revolution through serving.
Dino Rizzo is the founding pastor of Healing Place Church in Baton Roude, Louisiana – a church with over 7,000 people in 11 campuses and 18 weekend services. HPC has been named one of America’s Top 25 Most Innovative Churches – a reflection of his overwhelming drive to reach the unreachable and to engage with others to show God’s love to the poor and hurting – wherever they are. Dino also co-founded the Association of Related Churches, which has planted 63 churches across the country, and Go Global Missions, a group designed to develop missionaries and connect and support mission organisations.
Servolution by Dino Rizzo was published by Zondervan in April 2009 and is our 7405th best seller. The ISBN for Servolution is 9780310287636.
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Details for Servolution
|Page last updated||29th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Dino Rizzo|
|Items in Pack||1|
|Publisher||Zondervan (April 2009)|
|Number of Pages||208|