Leadership Styles : Jesus As A Servant Leader Essay

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Leadership Styles
Jesus as a Servant Leader Leadership from a Christian perspective focus on theological expositional, worship facilitation and communication skills. Many leadership styles pass over the one role model Jesus Christ, who should be the main focus of any leadership style. The focus of growth on each individual and their achievements and full potential distinguishes servant leadership from all other leadership styles. The service of the followers is the main concern of the servant leader. Jesus submitted himself under the will of God for sacrificial service. Jesus made the choice to serve others freely by doing so. Jesus was God’s son and the most powerful leader than any other in the world. He was a leader that healed the sick, casted demons out, and was also recognized as the teacher and Lord. Jesus had power over everything including the wind and the sea. Jesus exemplified servant leadership when he washed the feet of his followers, which was the responsibility of the servants. Jesus was a lover for his followers and fully aware of his position as a servant leader. God revealed himself to man through Divine Revelation, by sending to us his beloved son, our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. God chose to reveal himself to Christians so that we are given the opportunity to partake of his divine nature. 2 Peter 1:4, “Through these he has given us his very great and precious promises, so that through them you may participate in the…

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