10 Power Principles for Christian Service

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Baker Books, Jul 1, 2010 - Religion - 144 pages
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In a church culture that is rapidly losing its unique, intergenerational make-up in favor of small groups and even entire churches designed to target specific age groups, it can be difficult for ministers to relate to those who are not in their own demographic. But Warren and David Wiersbe, representing two generations, believe that generational differences should not keep ministers from relating to their congregations. In this thoughtful and practical book, they offer ten principles for Christian service that always work, at all times and in all places, inviting ministers to get back to the basics of serving others. New and seasoned pastors alike will find this a welcome source of inspiration and instruction on how they can relate and minister to people of all ages.

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Good for maintaining personal Christian service

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The means of maintianing successful christian service put forth in this book are based solidly on bibical principles and are presented in an easy format to read and study. Read full review

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10 POWER PRINCIPLES FOR CHRISTIAN SERVICE One should stretch oneself, not imitate oneself. One: Character Character is the raw material of life, out of which we either by diligence construct a temple ... Read full review


Preface to the Second Edition
The Foundation of Ministry Is Character
The Nature of Ministry Is Service
The Motive of Ministry Is Love
The Measure of Ministry Is Sacrifice
The Authority of Ministry Is Submission
The Purpose of Ministry Is the Glory of God
The Tools of Ministry Are the Word of God
The Privilege of Ministry Is Growth
The Power of Ministry Is the Holy Spirit
The Model of Ministry Is Jesus Christ
Two Open Letters
Subject Index

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About the author (2010)

Warren W. Wiersbe is a pastor, author, and editor of more than 150 books, including 50 People Every Christian Should Know, On Earth as It Is in Heaven, and Through the Year with Warren W. Wiersbe. Today his primary ministry is serving others through writing. He lives in Nebraska.

David W. Wiersbe is the author of Gone but Not Lost and has more than two decades of pastoral experience.

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