Everyone has the potential to be a servant leader, but what are the characteristics we should look for? How might we develop ourselves to become a servant leader? The Bible gives us examples of great and not so great leaders. This series will look at the difference between a mediocre servant leader and a great servant leader and discover ways to help us pursue our own calling to leadership.
October 18 | Servant Leaders Own Up to Their Mistakes | 2 Samuel 12:7-14
Nobody is perfect or exempt from mistakes. It is hard to admit when we are wrong. While it takes him some time, King David comes to see that he has made a big mistake and finally admits that mistake. His admission is an act of repentance. This Sunday, we will talk about the strength that comes from admitting when you’re wrong.
October 25 | Servant Leaders Choose Humility | 2 Samuel 24:17-25
There are a lot of powerful people in the world. While some of those people got there by pushing others down, the servant leaders are those that put their own pride aside for the betterment of others. King David, with all his faults, makes decisions to put his pride aside and focus on God. Join us this week as we talk about the power in humility.
November 1 | Servant Leaders Have Faith | 2 Samuel 15:19-26
Servant leaders possess the quality of faith: faith in God and faith in the possibilities others hold. This week’s message will focus on the need for faith to be at the center of our leadership and for servant leaders to cultivate faith in the abilities of others.