Servant: A Portrait of Christ and a Pattern for His Followers

Author(s): Tony Horsfall


In this book, Tony Horsfall explores servanthood as the model for ministry, especially for those working in leadership roles. He provides practical encouragement and insight for those in Christian service, whether in professional roles or as lay people and combines insights from the life of Jesus and exposition of other relevant Bible passages with application for Christian work and witness today.


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I believe the unhappiest people on the planet are Christians who don't serve. For in our regeneration, we are wired to serve. For Jesus is the one who said, 'I am among you as one who serves.' Intimacy with Jesus and activity for him make for the best combination of Christian usefulness. Statistics would tell us that servant is mention in scripture over 600 times, whilst leader is only mentioned 3 times. This desperate imbalance is at the heart of our ability to make a prevailing Christian impact in our nation and beyond. Tony Horsfall's newest book speaks powerfully to this. He offers warm, faithful and close work in Isaiah 42, at the heart of this useful title. The pithy reflections following each chapter add significant value. This new BRF offering is steadfast, engaging and challenging. The section on motivations is particularly helpful. When speaking of the servant's attentiveness, in the last chapter, around 'listening and responding' I would have loved more here, as this was especially strong. The phrase from 1 Peter 2 will live on long, through Horsfall's faithful efforts here: 'live as servants of God!' Reviewed by Rev'd Dr Johnny Douglas

Tony Horsfall is a freelance trainer and associate trainer with EQUIP, a missions programme based at Bawtry Hall near Doncaster, England. He is an elder of his local church in West Yorkshire, and , regularly travels abroad leading retreats and Quiet Days. He has written a number of other books for BRF, including Servant Ministry (2013), Rhythms of Grace (2012), Working from a Place of Rest (2010) and Mentoring for Spiritual Growth (2008). He also contributes to New Daylight Bible reading notes.

General Fields

  • : 9780857460882
  • : Bible Reading Fellowship
  • : Bible Reading Fellowship
  • : March 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Tony Horsfall
  • : Paperback
  • : 144