Full Service: Moving from Self-Serve Christianity to Total Servanthood

Full Service Moving from Self Serve Christianity to Total Servanthood Although servanthood is often discussed as an important part of leadership it is also the basic calling of every follower of Jesus Christ Siang Yang Tan takes a fresh approach to servanthood explori

  • Title: Full Service: Moving from Self-Serve Christianity to Total Servanthood
  • Author: Siang-Yang Tan
  • ISBN: 9780801065644
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Although servanthood is often discussed as an important part of leadership, it is also the basic calling of every follower of Jesus Christ Siang Yang Tan takes a fresh approach to servanthood, exploring it as loving obedience to God in and of itself, regardless of personal greatness, fulfillment, or success He lays out the biblical case and practical guidance to help allAlthough servanthood is often discussed as an important part of leadership, it is also the basic calling of every follower of Jesus Christ Siang Yang Tan takes a fresh approach to servanthood, exploring it as loving obedience to God in and of itself, regardless of personal greatness, fulfillment, or success He lays out the biblical case and practical guidance to help all Christians live out their foundational call of being a servant of God in all areas of life.Tan s focus on servanthood alone in contrast to the many books on servant leadership will appeal to pastors, church leaders, and all Christians interested in a biblical perspective on servanthood.

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    1. A well balanced book combining the findings from research literature, leadership specialists, devotional writers, theologians and the Bible. Reflecting the background of the writer: professor of Psychology in Fuller Seminary, and also a psychologist.The book brings togther the various perspectives about servant-leadership, examining how they are similar and how they differ. And the author also writes about his own personal anecdotes in the closing chapters of the book.Church leadership might fin [...]

    2. Highly recommend this book, I've read this book more then once to remind my self that I was created by God and for God, not for my own self serving interestDr. Tan says it so well "Self-centeredness is the fruit of the flesh, that horrible energy in every human soul that is unchangeably anti-God, that lie-believing conviction that recognizes no greater good than one’s own subjective sense of well-being, that passionate resolve to pursue one’s own interests with no thought that serving God mi [...]

    3. Dr. Tan seems to spend most of the book quoting from other sources regarding the topic of servanthood. His own thoughts are interspersed, but do not seem to draw all of the writings on the subject together in a very cohesive manner. Still it is helpful to have the various perspectives on an important subject.

    4. An excellent book on servant hood, something we as Christians all need to take more seriously. Although there was a lot of usage of other people's quotes I did in the end think that it was well bought together. It's easy to read.

    5. Good book. I only skimmed the parts not directly related to my thesis. But great stuff on the characteristics of a servant.

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