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Being a Servant Leader

Scholar and Educator Robert Greenleaf* offers what he calls “Attributes of a Servant Leader.” We have just celebrated Easter, the Resurrection of our Lord, and I consider Him just such a leader. 1. Listening as in communication; not just talking,...

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Easter: Journeying from End to Beginning

In the Church, we are commemorating the season of Lent, officially a time devoted to fasting, abstinence and penitence. Usually one is greeted, probably by a fellow believer, with “What are you giving up for Lent?” This comes from the...

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Love is a way of life! I start this month’s column by quoting Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 13:4–7), using the NIV translation: “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast,...

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Starting “anew” or “over again,” or at least thinking about it, on the first day of the New Year, is a habit I’ve practiced for a long time. I used to be a fan of making resolutions for the New...

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As a Christian, I view the occurrence of an election as referring to God’s choosing of individuals or peoples to be the objects of His grace, to fulfill His purposes in the world. As a Christian, I can easily view...

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I have always liked history. In fact, the genre of books, both print and online, are histories, biographies and historical novels. Perhaps it’s about who I am, as an individual, in that I love to be with and know about...

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