The Heart of a Servant

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The Heart of a Servant

The Heart of a Servant
James Sewell
RBP5378 • ISBN 978-1-59402-656-0
6 lessons • Paper • Retail $7.99

The Heart of a Servant
Everyone seems to be talking about “servant leadership” these days. But what does the Bible teach us about being a true servant? What are the characteristics a servant should display? These six lessons will help you develop the qualities that all good servants have:

  • Humility
  • Sacrifice
  • Dedication
  • Teamwork
  • Dependence
  • Consistency

Study through the Bible and learn how God instructs us to function as faithful servants of the Lord Jesus Christ.

James Sewell (PhD, Bob Jones University) is professor of Bible, theology and Biblical creationism at Baptist Bible College, Springfield, Missouri. He has been a professor at the college since 1972. He is also the seniors’ pastor of Graceway Baptist Church, Springfield, Missouri.

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The Heart of a Servant
James Sewell
RBP5378 • ISBN 978-1-59402-656-0
6 lessons • Paper • Retail $7.99

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