From Roberta C. Bondi’s excellent book To Pray and to Love: Conversations on Prayer with the Early Church.
Pachomius, one of the founders of Egyptian monasticism, recounted his first encounter with Christians. When he asked someone what a Christian was, he received the following response.
Christians are people who bear the name of Christ, the only Son of God, and they do all manner of good things for everyone, putting their hope on him who made the heaven and the earth and us [human beings]
This is great: Faith + Service. Recognizing Christ as both Lord and Saviour… and in that order.