Servant Leadership

If it were always easy to be a leader, I suppose everyone would be a leader. I was volunteering for Field Day at South Euless Elementary School, a school we have adopted as a church. We mentor kids, run a once-a-week after-school program, and many other things. It has been a joy and blessing toContinue reading “Servant Leadership”

Leadership Meadership

I had a sadly disturbing conversation recently. I did much more listening than talking in this particular conversation, but that’s not what made it sad or disturbing. I was visiting with someone considerably older than I and someone who is close to death. This person is aware that death is near, and is, for theContinue reading “Leadership Meadership”


Here is a striking example of the kind of (un)leadership we have in Washington D.C.: Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin said, of the failed bail-out bill yesterday, ?Most of us say, ‘I want this thing to pass, but I want you to vote for it, not me.’” If you want something to pass, vote FORContinue reading “(Un)Leadership”