Service Saturdays

512px-hands_4_holding“Service” can sound difficult and – to be honest – sometimes boring. Right? After all, most of us serve someone Monday through Friday, and Sunday belongs to God. So many of us are strongly tempted to see Saturday as our one day in the week.

In this weekly series, I invite you to journey with me in seeing service to others as one of the greatest ways to experience the joy of Christ. For that reason, I will be equipping and encouraging you for loving relationships with the people God has given you.  We will alternate a mini-series on principles and techniques for leadership and a mini-series on principles and techniques for counseling.  But I will also provide reviews of Christian movies and books that you can enjoy with family and friends, example apologetics (how to defend the Christian faith to non-believers), to other Christian websites to help your loved ones, devotionals and other articles, links to Christian comedy, and more.

When they had finished breakfast, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?” He said to him, “Yes, Lord; you know that I love you.” He said to him, “Feed my lambs.” (John 21:15)

Check out the following for a visual image of serving our Lord and others.

 

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One Response to Service Saturdays

  1. Stephon Calhoun says:

    Excellent!Thank you CH Dillard. I will study your comments carefully… I look foward to speaking with you soon… Dea. Calhoun…

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