Being Human

What are human beings that you think about them; What are human beings that you pay attention to them? Psalm 8:4, CEB I’ve noticed an alarming trend lately in Christian culture as we continue to wrestle with what it means to be human. There seem to be two distinct viewpoints vying for our attention as … Continue reading Being Human

Fall 2021 Ministry Update

We only notice the changing of the seasons here in Tucson as we see the colors and smells of pumpkin spice come out in the coffeehouses and stores all around town. Let me tell you, we may not have much of a fall in the desert, but it has been an exciting summer as we've … Continue reading Fall 2021 Ministry Update

Caution, Adventure Ahead!

Hello Friends and Family! Some of you may know that Catherine and I have transitioned as we respond to God’s call on our life regarding family and ministry. Over this past season, God has been calling Catherine and me to step out into independent ministry in partnership with Catherine’s brother and his wife, Chris and … Continue reading Caution, Adventure Ahead!

Servant Leaders Build Teams

Leaders must involve others to reach a shared goal, and they fail when they put too much trust in their own efforts and those efforts alone…. You cannot lead unless others are just as moved by the vision and sense of mission as you are. And it’s up to you to create that vision/mission and … Continue reading Servant Leaders Build Teams

Servant Leaders Empower Others

This week we again focus on a servant leader’s responsibility to those they lead. Matthew 28:18-20 shows how Jesus commissioned that group of followers in whom he had invested. Jesus models empowering those He equipped and sending them with a commission to impact the world. No matter which field or endeavor in which you are … Continue reading Servant Leaders Empower Others

Servant Leaders Equip Others

This week, we focus on a servant leader’s responsibility to those they lead. Ephesians 4:11-13 teaches us that God raises up leaders to prepare and equip the church for the work of ministry. Servant leaders are called to build up the whole body, to help them realize the unity of faith and knowledge of Jesus, … Continue reading Servant Leaders Equip Others

Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 3

The last of the three activities we want to look at is the act of service. Service helps leaders develop a deeper heart of compassion for others. Jesus summed up the core of the Law with two commands; love God with everything you are and everything you have, and love others selflessly (Matt 22:36-40). These … Continue reading Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 3

Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 2

In this article, we look at the key inner discipline of prayer. Prayer is vital to developing servant leader character as it reflects our hearts before God. Remember that Proverbs 4:3 says that the heart, or our inner life, is the wellspring of life, and Proverbs 21:2 reveals that God weighs our hearts when considering … Continue reading Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 2

Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 1

There are key inner disciplines that develop servant leader character to build on previous articles. Proverbs 4:3 says that the heart, or our inner life, is the wellspring of life. Proverbs 21:2 reveals that God weighs our hearts when considering our actions. Even Jesus drew attention again and again in the gospels to the importance … Continue reading Three Activities of a Servant Leader, Part 1

Three Characteristics of a Servant Leader

Servant leadership is a condition, not a style. It is a condition of the leader in her identity. At the risk of confusing you, servant leaders can use various styles of leadership and be effective, because servanthood is not in competition with leadership styles—it is fundamental to them all, especially in a Kingdom context. You … Continue reading Three Characteristics of a Servant Leader