Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was, without a doubt, a great leader.
But he was a great follower first.
Widespread cynicism of work has had terrible consequences.
Both before and after graduating from college this past May, I found myself continually hearing murmurs of “transition” and “change.”
I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I’m a “two-talent person.”
Leadership. Even the word sounds complicated and nebulous.
I used to think a leader was someone who knows a lot, talks a lot, and works a lot.
Old friends. Mom’s home cooking. Your favorite pair of jeans. There’s something undeniably comforting about the familiar.
In the middle of one of my many job interviews, time stopped for a second.
I was visiting with some ministry partners recently. They told the story of their visit with a young woman who works with a different campus ministry.
So many of us have experienced it. We hear an inspiring sermon or we encounter Jesus at a retreat and cannot wait to do more for him.
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