Servant Leadership

The Biblical calling to be servant leaders has always been counter-cultural. But it has unique urgency for us today as we help our communities navigate many changes, especially losses of membership and cultural status. We can be much tempted by self-doubt and the anxious activity brought on by crippling comparisons to the gifts and ministries of others. John’s poised, joyful response – that Man must increase! I am very happy to decrease – to his anxious ministry team is a compelling picture of the way of true servant leadership that our servant leadership calling at 1Life will be curating towards.

Curated by Wilma van der Leek (MCS, Regent College)

Curator, Servant Leadership; Leadership Development Network

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Servant Leadership Collections

Servant Leadership Workshop

Let’s Talk About…..workshops from the Servant Leadership Calling are one-day intensive Biblical learning opportunities on a variety of

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Leadership Development Network (LDN)

Jesus said, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his

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Servant Leadership Calendar

Explore upcoming events below

Restore Worship & Prayer Conference

New Life CRC (Abbotsford, BC) 35270 Delair Rd, Abbotsford, BC

After all the sudden changes to ministry brought on by COVID-19, this Resonate conference offers a chance for leaders to be inspired and restored. The three day agenda focusing on... Read more »

Workshop: Making a Pastoral Visit

Fleetwood Christian Reformed Church 9165 160st, Surrey, BC

Elders visit congregants for a variety of reasons: to console, celebrate, teach, support, check in, disciple. Participants will learn how a pastoral visit differs from other visiting and receive tools... Read more »

Workshop: Discerning God’s Will Together

In-person & Online 9165 160st, Surrey, BC

A Biblical approach to discernment will be presented, based on the story of the church's first major decision (Acts 15.) Choosing companionship with the Spirit in times of choice, no... Read more »