The Heart of a Servant Leader: Letters from Jack Miller (Miller)

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These pastoral letters serve as models of compassionate leadership. Jack Miller taught that a Christian leader should be the chief servant, and that right attitudes come only from a heart changed by an encounter with God. Miller leads his reader into a deeper understanding of the gospel and a life of humility, faith, and prayer.

Miller gently challenges those called to serve as leaders to find their primary motivation in the glory of God alone.

 

Table of Contents: 

Part 1: Motivation for Serving: The Glory of God

Part 2: The Basics of Serving: Faith, Humility, and Prayer 

Matters of the Heart 

Practical Applications

Part 3: Persevering in Serving 

Preserving through Spiritual Warfare 

Preserving through Conflict 

Preserving through Change

Part 4: Encouragement

Encouragement for Sinners 

Encouragement for Sufferers 

Appendix: Recovering the Grand Cause 

Timeline of Jack Miller’s Life and Ministry 

 

Author

C. John Miller taught practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, was director of World Harvest Mission and led mission trips to several countries. He was the founding pastor of New Life Presbyterian Church outside Philadelphia, from which grew several other congregations. His other books include Powerful Evangelism for the Powerless, Come Back Barbara, A Faith Worth Sharing, and Repentance and Twentieth Century Man. 

 

Endorsements

“This is a book that will profoundly touch your life. It is wise, loving, and biblical. It reflects the heart of a man God used in such a wonderful way in so many lives, including mine. What a gift to the church!” – Steve Brown

“Jack Miller’s warm and personal letters are an extension of the man himself – a spiritual father to so many. Each letter caused me to search my heart and pointed me to Jesus. The wisdom contained in this volume is a gift to Christians everywhere.” – Susan Hunt