“Servant leadership” is a popular buzzword in Western culture. At first glance, this may seem like a contradiction. A servant performs duties on behalf of others, often for those in positions of power. The individuals who occupy those positions of power are usually considered leaders. If this is the case, how can someone be a "servant leader"?
Dr. David K. Bernard examines what the Bible says about being a servant and explains how serving others is the highest form of leadership.
For more information on this topic, see Dr. Bernard's book Spiritual Leadership in the Twenty-First Century, available at PentecostalPublishing.com.
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