servolutionToday, many blogs are posting about Dino Rizzo’s new book Servolution. I got my copy recently and couldn’t wait to dive into it.
I was asked to ask Dino a question about the book/movement and he answered it below:
 
GREG: What kind of potential does the servolution vision have if it is trully embraced by the Church (capital C)? 
 
DINO: Greg thanks so much for being a part of this tour.  You’ve been an inspiration to so many with your heart for the Church (capital C) and that makes me all the more thankful for your question.
 
In John 13, Jesus was getting ready to hand off the work of the ministry to His disciples, and He wanted to make sure they got serving right. If they were going to be the ones to establish and continue the work after He returned to Heaven, they needed to really grasp the concept of serving.  And so He chose to demonstrate it one more time to them through a footwashing lesson.  These men would revolutionize the world – and the book of Acts story shows that they got His message.  If you want to be great, be the least.  Serve each other.  And this truth has the same potential today for the Church as it had then.
 
Serving isn’t a new idea – Jesus launched the Church with a serving lesson.  When a serovlution culture gets in a church serving gets in people’s lives, and when that happens, the potential is there for them to live out the story of the book of Acts.
 
The more we serve others, the more we look like the Church Jesus had in mind.
 
***Find out how to get your copy of the book HERE.
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