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August 03, 2015


This is nicely stated. As I was reading, I allowed my mind to wander a bit and it led me to the following thoughts: to administer also has implications for the development of the skill of listening. Listening to the needs of the community that is being served; listening to the direction and messages of the Holy Spirit; listening to the vision and mission of the ever-changing, dynamic and evolving Church. It appears to me that managers, administrators, and most persons in leadership also develop the gift of followership by listening to those they serve. For me, calling others to ministry is also an invitation to silence, contemplation, and the development of an intimate relationship with the Creator. From these quiet moments is birthed the patience, understanding, and love leading to program development and implementation. Thanks for your insights, Dan.

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