A Servant Leader’s Prayer

On June 26, 2010, in Practical Faith, Smarter Leadership, by Rob Benson

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I recently facilitated sustainability training and planning for the Board of a community development organization which directly ministers to the poor.  At the conclusion of that meeting, Phil Reed, a longtime client and friend, prayed click here click here order dapoxetine urine dapoxetin priligy stellan venda do priligy no brasil dapoxetine order priligy uk price buy  the closing prayer.

One line of his prayer stood out to me.  “Lord, bless the people who we serve.  I ask that you give them at least as good of an income and lifestyle as I have.  And if you’d give them more than me, I would rejoice.”  Judging by his tone of voice, Phil meant it.

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In our day and age, I purchase Viagra buy cialis online – only here the best quality and low prices. free samples for all orders, all needed information about using drugs! find the attitude that represents remarkable.  If the truth be told, I tend to see others who make more than me, and I’m secretly just a little bit envious.  Sure, I want other people to do well.  But not better than me.  Not really.

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Phil was at one time the Pastor of a church, and he still has a Pastor’s heart.  He is focused on his “flock,” and when they succeed, in the deepest sense, he does so as well.  Phil’s own organization, Voice of Calvary Ministries, is a 30 year old ministry in Jackson, MS.  A few years ago, the ministry experienced a rough patch, and the Board asked Phil to take over the reins.  In 2009, the year of the great recession, when giving to non-profits was way down across the country, VOCM had its best year ever.

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Ya’ think that might have something to do with leadership?  With the inspiration others take from seeing one who is truly committed to the people he is leading and serving? download and stream how to buy solax fluoxetine online drug saturday delivery mexicover songs and albums, watch videos, see pictures, find tour dates ,  With leadership integrity?  I do.

Phil’s example challenges me.  How about you?

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