A Little Guidebook for the Servant-Leader

Christian - Living
64 Pages
Reviewed on 03/11/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

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.

Rickey W. Williams

I have read your book.A little guidebook for servant-leader,I fine that chapter 2 and 4 stand out for me,because when someone that have studied the bible,then aquaint themself with chapter 2,because salvation represents the whole work of God.by which he in Jesus Christ,rescues man from the eternal ruin and doom of sin,and bestows on him the riches of his grace including eternal life now and eternal glory in heaven.Also chapter 4 along with chapter 2 are like left and right hand,because for a person to communicate with God.he or she must have salvation in there lives so we can talk to God.because John 15:7.If you abide in me ,and my words abide in you,ye shall ask what ye will,and it shall be done unto you,so in order to communicate with God.We must have salvation.I bid you God speed,Mr Weber.