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Why Become a Servant Leader?
“My coach encouraged each of his players to “live life with no regrets.” I can honestly say that a year of service at His Mansion, far beyond simply not being a regret, is one of the greatest choices I could have ever made.” ~ Daniel Barnhart Read More
Servant Leader Commissioning Service
Servant Leader Cake Day
At the end of a Servant Leader’s commitment with His Mansion, he or she has a “Cake Day” during which they are honored for their time of service and given the opportunity to share a personal reflection. Following are some of these reflections.
“As a man who pridefully came here to be a savior, to rescue, to fix, and to generally be the best at whatever he did, it’s been a total surprise and complete shift to realize none of that stuff really mattered, and that what was of true importance was being an instrument in the Redeemer’s hands. And as he used me to help redeem others, he saw fit to redeem me as well in ways that I could not have even imagined. Our God is strange and glorious.” Dan, Servant Leader 2016 Read More
“I stepped onto this little hill in New Hampshire on August 29th, 2015, full of fear of what the next year was about to bring…. I didn’t know how to just be with people and not feel the need to say anything or do anything. I remember … a Servant Leader when I first got here said, “Becky, you need to just be a person.” And I said, “But what does that mean?” I … learned that it meant to just be a presence with people and not put any expectations on myself.” Becky, Servant Leader 2016 Read More
Other Comments from Servant Leaders
“It’s been very rewarding…to be part of [the Residents’] growth and to use the gifts God has given me for His glory. For the first time in my life I feel that what I’m doing has meaning and a purpose.” Casey, Servant Leader 2016 Read More