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The Bible and Servant Leadership – Part 2

The Bible and Servant Leadership – Part 2

The Bible and Servant Leadership – Part 2

A servant leader must have Christ as his focus; it is key to make Jesus the sole source for strength to love God and others (Fischer, 2010b). Servant leaders are man-centered or Christ-centered (Liberty University, 2014c). Leadership occurs when influence is demonstrated, and servant leadership is a mandate for followers of Christ (Blanchard & Hodges, […]

The Bible and Servant Leadership – Part 1

The Bible and Servant Leadership – Part 1

Servant leadership is a new form of leadership rooted in thousands of years of leadership principles. Robert Greenleaf coined the term in the 1970’s after reading a novel entitled Journey to the East and concluding that people have an inherent desire to serve. This desire then produces a desire to lead others. Leaders are then […]

Why Lead Like Jesus?

Why Lead Like Jesus?

The culture of an organization if not monitored can be focused on personal success instead of lasting significance. The four main challenges to leading like Jesus are the same as the reasons to lead like Jesus.  The first reason and challenge for the servant leader are told to seek first the kingdom of God (Why […]

Don’t Damage Your Leadership Ability

Don’t Damage Your Leadership Ability

The desire for recognition can be a major battle for those trying to be servant leaders. The need for recognition does not always manifest itself as a pride issue, but can cause an individual to constantly examine if their contribution to their work, family, or ministry is having any type of impact on others (Fischer, […]

Servant Leadership Lessons

Servant Leadership Lessons

Servant Leadership What have you learned through the rough seasons/failures of life? Failure is my greatest motivator in life. One recent instance of failure occurred when I was trying to broker a land swap with a developer her in Las Vegas. Our church was looking to get a better piece of property closer to public […]