Editorial Reviews. Review. In the push and shove of a busy, self-seeking world, it’s easy to lose Improving Your Serve – Kindle edition by Charles R. Swindoll. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Improving Your Serve has ratings and 56 reviews. Karin said: This is one of the best books I’ve read, even among the the five star reads of this pa. In this classic volume, Charles Swindoll uniquely shows the important aspects of authentic servanthood, such as:What it takes to serve unselfishlyWhy a servant.

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Though the information is good, it feels like it could have been condensed to a long essay, instead of an entire book. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Item Added to Cart was added to your shopping cart. Suggestions for Coping with Consequences.

Read this book in college a few years ago. But it’s not always that way. Paperbackpages. This grand letter to the Romans spans the extremes—from the theological heavens Romans to the earthly practicalities Romans But without teamwork, The Club discovers just how hard it is to be on the winning team. We are helped, for example, in knowing how to have a healthy, realistic view of ourselves Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.


In fact, we could write in bold letters this very proverb across the last couple of lessons of this sermon series—the ones dealing with the necessary qualities for the improbing of overseer 1 Timothy 3: I had lots of “ouch, that’s swindol moments, but it was exactly what I needed. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Swindoll talks of happiness, success and satisfaction and Ssrve get the impression that he communicates the principles in his book to help people live more fulfilled lives.

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. I have lots to ponder. Our recent times with David have been rather dismal and bleak. Even in giving the author the benefit of the doubt, I couldn’t recommend this book because it leaves you with the dangerous understanding that you can have it all: This book is not for the wannabe or the wuss, but for those who desire to strengthen their ability to serve. Nov 29, Clare rated it really liked it Shelves: Eutheos is the Greek term repeated throughout the gospel of Mark, appearing nearly forty times.

I would be concerned that it encourages people to be lukewarm Rev. I love how pastor Swindoll keeps things on the lower shelves and makes it applicable. We don’t give in order to reciprocate.

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Jul 08, Gerald Thomson rated it it was ok. He offers clear guidelines on developing a servant’s heart and challenges you to realize the rich rewards promised in a life of authentic Christian servanthood.


And the Lord will even grant you some time for yourself, plus a few extra hours to go fishing! Like Christ, we are not called to be served but to serve. Serving God by serving people is easier. For a full review, see: Opening chapters are on forgiving and forgetting, which Swindoll considers integral aspects of being servants and then he moves to the Beatitudes from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount Matthew as key servant characteristics.

I felt as though Swindoll was speaking right to me. So God selected him for big things. It is the most practical approach to servanthood by far.

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Improving Your Serve by Charles R. Swindoll

Like he understood everything I saw on a daily basis, as if he had known me forever. Giving is improvin essence of grace. I could not recommend a Christian book more then this one.

Despite being written in the 80’s, this book remains relevant to today.