Tag Archives: Servanthood

One Who Serves

Are you sitting or serving? Jesus served, and he taught us to do the same. If you are a leader, take note: “For who is greater, the one who is at the table or the one who serves? Is it … Continue reading

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Practising Humility

Jesus made a choice to put himself in a humble position, even when he knew that as the creator of the universe, he was entitled to more. I didn’t create anything, so taking a seat of less honour should be … Continue reading

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Harvest Workers

The Lord sends. And when he asks us to pray for workers, he is asking us to pray for people to join us. Those who follow the Lord are already in the harvest field working. The prayer isn’t for others … Continue reading

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Fear of the Lord VII: Serving With Reverence

Serving the Lord is a trust. We are entrusted with our duties. And God is present when you serve him. He is present when you represent him. Every moment. So today, we are encouraged to let our awesome reverence and … Continue reading

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Servanthood: Path to Greatness

Many young and new leaders suffer from wanting to bloom before they grow. Jesus taught, “Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant.” Serve people. Focus on serving instead of focusing on the status of achieving a … Continue reading

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Redefining Greatness

Jesus redefines greatness and servanthood and lived it out. “Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all.” This is what Jesus taught his followers, and he was committed to this for you … Continue reading

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Qualified to Serve

A leader must be first tested before they serve. Yes… serve. Leaders serve others.  Further, the test and proof that you are qualified to serve is only the beginning. The follow-through is the ultimate proof that you were a good … Continue reading

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