New Testament times were occupied by all manner of Caesars and Herods and other authority figures and attention-seekers. Some of them even used religion as a lever for position and power. It's not much different today, when we have an abundance of self-proclaimed experts, leaders and celebrities, all scrambling for the spotlight. In the midst of it all, the biblical principle of servanthood is remarkably conspicuous by its absence. In these pages, Charles Swindoll re-introduces you to the gentle art of living unselfishly. He offers clear guidelines on developing a servant's heart ... and challenges you to realize the rich rewards promised in a life of authentic Christian servanthood. Book jacket.