A Little Guidebook For The Servant-Leader

A Little Guidebook For The Servant-Leader

by Charles Weber

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ISBN-13: 9781432727000
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 09/25/2008
Pages: 64
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.13(d)

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A Little Guidebook For The Servant-Leader 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SusanMcMahon More than 1 year ago
I liked this book very much. It is well written and organized. The writer, Charles Weber, has a style that is straight-forward and easy to understand. I felt all the information was useful, but Chapter 5 - Christian Character Qualities spoke to me in a very powerful way. This little book contains a large amount of useful teaching. I also liked how the author offered numerous scriptures as I believe that the bible is, of course, our authority for designing our walk. This is a book that cannot be read once, but once you read it, you will continually refer to it. Thank you Charles Weber!
ReviewYourBook.com More than 1 year ago
Charles Weber
Outskirts Press, 2008
ISBN: 9781432727000
Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com, 11/08
5 Stars
We are all ministers¿
Charles Weber begins his book by defining salvation and offering six evidences of salvation. One of the most important chapters in this book emphasizes prayer. Weber identifies the five types of prayer: Praise, Thanksgiving, Confession, Intercession, and Petition. I found the chapter on Spiritual Fruits very interesting, since I had recently studied them.
A Little Guidebook for the Servant-Leader is a small book that is large on wisdom. Weber¿s style is easy to understand and read. I am not sure what I expected when I began reading this book. The title made me think the focus was for Pastors, Deacons, or Elders; however, what I found inside was pertinent to all Christians.
As I continued pondering the title and text, I realized that Weber, like me, considers all Christians to be ministers. His purpose was to remind us that we serve the risen savior and salvation is ours if we accept it. He reminds us that the world is watching how we act and react. Our behavior reflects upon the church. Well done, Mr. Weber.