Elevated To Serve

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Check out the resources I mention in this video:

  • The story of the 10 disciples being upset with the other two disciples is found in Matthew 20:20-28 
  • The story of Jesus taking on the position of a servant to wash the disciples’ feet is found in John 13:3-5, 14-17 
  • The chapter I quote from in my book is called ‘The Wrong Ladder’
  • Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter is available in print or ebook, and in audiobook through either Audible or Apple

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One Response to “Elevated To Serve”

  1. Craig T. Owens Says:

    “Servant leaders are focused on the needs and the personal growth of those under their care. The servant identity is a lifetime identity for the leader, not a passing stage or a probationary period until that leader is promoted to a higher position. The godly kingdom leader continues to grow into greater humility and service, rather than into recognition and privilege.” —‘Images of Leadership’ reading plan on YouVersion


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