Portrait of a Servant of God is a devotional book based on the life of Theodore Bubeck and the letters he wrote to his family over a period of thirty years. Ted and his wife were pioneer missionary church planters from 1928 to 1960 in the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of Congo). After Ted’s death, his daughter Naomi found their correspondence and excerpted impressions and stories to form the basis for this book.
Part one gives the basis for biblical servanthood and external factors that influenced Ted. Part two includes qualities of a Christian servant. Part three describes the results of being God’s servant, some perils and benefits.