Servants for His Glory: Cultivating Christlikeness in a World of Performance
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Servants for His Glory: Cultivating Christlikeness in a World of Performance

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Title: Servants for His Glory: Cultivating Christlikeness in a World of Performance
By: Dr. Miguel Núñez
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.52 (inches)
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 1087741882
ISBN-13: 9781087741888
Stock No: WW741889

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Being is greater than doing.
 
We all come into the world with a certain emptiness in our lives—an emptiness that leads to a search for meaning. And the world tells us that search for meaning can be solved by doing. Unfortunately, an overemphasis on doing has led many people away from cultivating an interior life that allows them to sustain their exterior life. 


This explains the many failures we continuously see in day-to-day life. When a person’s inner life—who he or she is—is not prepared, that person's character does not have the maturity or the strength to sustain them in the long run. 
 
In this book, Miguel Núñez points us to Scripture and experience to show us how being is more important than doing. He teaches us how to cultivate the foundations of our lives, so that we can be what we need to be, in order to do what we need to do.
 

Author Bio

Dr. Miguel Núñez, MD, DMin serves as the senior pastor of the International Baptist Church in Santo Domingo, and is the founding president of Wisdom & Integrity Ministries, which seeks to impact today’s generation with God's revelation in the Spanish-speaking world. In addition, he is the president of the Wisdom and Integrity Institute, as well as a member of the teaching staff, a council member of the Gospel Coalition, and Vice-president of the Coalición por el Evangelio.

Miguel is a medical doctor by trade with specialties in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. In the area of ministry he has several graduate degrees, including a Doctor of Ministry from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Miguel has authored more than a dozen books and articles and is a frequent conference speaker throughout Latin America and the United States. He lives in Santo Domingo, with Dr. Catherine Scheraldi-Núñez, his wife since 1981.

Editorial Reviews

To be a spiritual leader requires a biblical understanding of being a servant. This excellent book by Miguel Núñez shows us the way. I wish I could place it in the hands of every pastor. They would serve Christ and their church more faithfully.
Daniel L. Akin, president, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

The world measures success by metrics and outcomes. Sadly, worldly success has influenced the church and even how Christians approach serving the Lord. In Servants for His Glory, Dr. Miguel Núñez argues that God calls us to a different standard. Our doing should flow out of our being. And if we are to serve the Lord in a manner that seeks to make him, not us, famous, we must do so in a manner that reflects his character. If you long to be a useful servant that lives for God’s glory, I encourage you to pick up this book.
Juan R. Sanchez, senior pastor, High Pointe Baptist Church, Austin, Texas and author of The Leadership Formula: Develop the Next Generation of Leaders in the Church

So much of the literature on Christian leadership puts the proverbial cart before the horse, focusing on the "how" of leadership but skipping over some fundamental questions of identity. That’s why Servants for His Glory is so important. Miguel Núñez has given Christian leaders a clear and urgent call, reminding us that godly and effective leadership is most profoundly anchored in what it means to know and follow the risen Christ.
Matthew J. Hall, provost and senior vice president of Academic Administration, 
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

This book of wisdom, distilled from the pages of Scripture and decades of faithful service in the church, offers help to those in the pulpit and in the pew to learn how to be a servant. May this book help all God’s people learn how to serve from wellsprings of humility, courage, conviction, and grace. Ultimately, may it encourage us all to be sanctified servants, growing in holiness for the glory of God. 
Stephen J. Nichols, president, Reformation Bible College and chief academic officer, Ligonier Ministries

In an age that has so much pontificating but so little learning, this text is full to bursting with wisdom. Written by a godly man who is an experienced pastor-theologian, it is surgically discerning and continually convicting. This is, quite simply, one of the best books on the Christian life I’ve ever read. 
Owen Strachan, author of Reenchanting Humanity and Always in God’s Hands and professor, Midwestern Seminary
 

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