Who’s Your Master: Discovering “servant” in Servant Leadership

Abstract The activities of a leader are a reflection of their nature.  While leadership activities may be learned, the character and nature from which they proceed must be formed.  In the formation of one’s nature a reference point, or master, will become the principal influence. The result is a natural reflection of the nature and priorities of…

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Pluralism Is Here

Whether we like it or not, the American culture is changing rapidly. Over many years, the trend toward pluralism has been growing and now is becoming reality. The idea that Judeo-Christian principles will be understood, much less accepted as de facto, is fast disappearing. Although there are clearly exceptions, the trend around us is unmistakable.…

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Should I or Shouldn’t I?

COVID-19 Vaccination Many people are raising questions concerning the vaccinations being released to the general global public. Some question the wisdom of receiving these vaccines. A variety of suspicions create reticence in people. Here are some considerations to encourage you in availing yourself of this God-given response to the pandemic. Should I get a vaccine?…

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Holiness Manifesto

Written By: Wesleyan Holiness Study Project, Azusa, California, February 2006. The Crisis We Face There has never been a time in greater need of a compelling articulation of the message of holiness.  Pastors and church leaders at every level of the church have come to new heights of frustration in seeking ways to revitalize their…

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Fresh Eyes on Holiness: Living Out the Holiness Manifesto

Written By: Wesleyan Holiness Study Project, Azusa, California, March 2007. As leaders press forward in living out holiness in their ministry, the following represents themes they will need to consider carefully in future years.   We offer this as an invitation to engage together in unity around the transforming message entrusted to our care. Dimensions of…

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