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Theology of Servant Leadership Term Paper

… Theology of Servant Leadership

It came as a surprise to me to learn that servant leadership is not a uniquely Christian concept. Robert Greenleaf, who is credited with creating the modern servant leadership movement, did not approach servant leadership from a Christian perspective, but from a secular one; Greenleaf was inspired by reading Herman Hesse's Journey to the East (Greenleaf, p. 21). To Greenleaf, one could be a servant leader without being Christian, and his inspiration for the notion of servant leadership came from the business community, not from the Bible. Furthermore, servant-leaders put themselves in an enabling role, rather than seeking to dominate or exploit their followers. Rather than looking for honor for themselves, servant-leaders rejoice in honoring others and seeing others honored. Because…. [read more]


Servant Leadership Does Service-Learning Experience Help Students Research Proposal

… Servant Leadership

Does Service-Learning experience help students promote characters of Servant Leadership at Fu-Jen Catholic University and National Taiwan University?

Leadership can be found in many forms. Some leaders are self-serving, seeing everything in their possession as a tool to be used for their personal gain. Other leaders seem to have a special spark that inspires people. These leaders have a strong desire to give something back to their community. They bring a sense of moral responsibility to their positions. These leaders are what researchers refer to as servant leaders. Spawning this type of leadership is the goal of most secondary educational institutions around the world. This research study will examine the effects of the service learning experience in two major Universities on the ability…. [read more]


Church Leadership Essay

… Church Leadership

What is leadership? Firstly we could say that it is the act of someone guiding the rest to accomplish particular tasks or to attain certain goals and objectives in a group setting. The person, who does this, is practically practicing leadership. On the other hand, leadership could also be taken as the art of motivating a group and getting people to see things in a particular same point-of-view and get them to achieve a common goal.' (Patrol, Troop, 1972).

It is also the act of serving people in different capacities, either in an organization, school institution, church, public office, etc. The leader makes important decisions, inspire, communicate, and supervise the activities in the group. One may born with leadership skills or acquire them…. [read more]


Personal Leadership Style Term Paper

… Carson's emphasis on honesty, self-honesty in particular. Her iteration of the quip "to thine own self be true" relates to humanistic leadership in a direct manner, reflecting both transformational and servant leadership. This emphasis on the character of the leader as it relates to her style reminds me of trait theories of leadership. Balancing "soft" traits like empathy and compassion with "harder" traits like persuasiveness, decisiveness, and goal-orientation, an effective leader will demonstrate an ability to get the job done. Goals should never be sacrificed; the members of the group do not always need to like the leader personally, so long as harmony is preserved. "To thine own self be true," because a leader can't please everyone.

From the theories taught in class, I can…. [read more]


Servant Leadership in a Conflicted Church Thesis

Applying Servant Leadership within a Conflicted Church: The Project as an Act of Ministry


My church, the South Iowa Chapel, like many modern churches, is a church in conflict. Conflicted churches are problematic because they drive parishioners away from the church, and, possibly, away from Christ. Conflict in a church can also be a difficult situation to remedy, because of the different personality types and leadership styles of people involved in the church. However, I feel that a significant part of the problem is that people are using traditional leadership styles in church. Jesus Christ was not a traditional leader. On the contrary, He was the epitome of a servant leader, one who leads through service to others. Obviously, He did a wonderful job leading…. [read more]


South African Leadership Morality Term Paper

… Nonetheless, significant progress has been made as South Africa evolves from a closeted society to one where the rights of the gay community are openly championed[footnoteRef:12]. [12: Dixson Pushparagavan, "The History of LGBT Legislation," South African History.]



A great number of South Africans are becoming sympathetic to the plight of the gay community. LGBTQ violence which has included corrective rapes and the killing of a lesbian couple has been met with uproar from the general public as they become more aware of issues that the LGBTQ community faces in South Africa. While tolerance towards the gay community has been growing, it is still noteworthy that there are tremendous risks associated with being part of the LGBTQ community in South Africa that stands…. [read more]


Ethics and the Church in Today's Culture Essay

… Ethics and Church in Today's Culture

ethics and the church in today's culture: a pastoral perspective

Ethics involves applying universally valued principles such as honesty, fairness, objectivity and compassion to one's behavior. The church is an institution that is perceived as having a high level of integrity and responsibility. The people in its service, including pastors are also highly regarded in the community and carry a great religious and spiritual responsibility in their shoulders. It is imperative that they demonstrate ethical conduct to inspire their community members, more so in an environment where religious intolerance and bigotry are becoming important social problems.

Ethical Conduct and Professionalism of the Pastor

Pastors and ministers of the church bear a very responsible duty towards the welfare of the…. [read more]


High Degree of Misinformation Essay

… Discuss the changes.

Prior to taking this course, in many ways I considered Christianity to be a static religion. I had not given thought to the notion that Christianity changed rapidly in the first few centuries of its practice. I noticed several critical changes in the practice of Christianity in the first century AD and its later practice. The first change was the idea of a Christ centered church with Jesus as the only leader. The second change was the idea of a church with multiple elders to focusing power on a single leader. The third change was the idea that church leadership should remain local to the shifting of power to leaders located away from the church's physical area. The fourth change was a…. [read more]


Ethnic Conflict II How Does Mertus Research Paper

… Ethnic Conflict II

How does Mertus explain ethnic conflict in Kosovo/a? Identify the bones of contention in ethnic conflict. What is the KLA? Discuss why its role was significant in Kosovo/a during the 1990s.

The conflict in Kosovo in the 1990s is still mired in mysteries, as scholars continue to debate the root causes of the conflict. Julie Mertus spent years covering the conflict in Kosovo and found out, as she says in an article she wrote for OpenDemocracy (2006), that the conflict was based on nationalism, more specifically myths. "To explain the ethnic animosities in Kosovo required exposure not of truth, but, rather, truth as myth," she says. "Serbs and Albanians based their behavior on what they believed to be true, not on what…. [read more]


Role of Women Essay

… At the same time, those who hold these beliefs see no conflict between this idea and the fact that there are many female teachers and lecturers with both males and females in their classrooms. The question is then, are these teachers disobeying biblical and hence Christian teachings by being instructors of both males an females? Furthermore, this limitation appears to be based upon no more than gender, which is surely not acceptable in any context today. Paul does not claim that women are less able to teach men, but rather that they should be restricted on the basis of the fact that they are women and should be regarded as subordinate to men.

In today's world, my personal opinion is that Paul, being human, operated…. [read more]


Western Civilization Mercantilism Was a Direction Essay

… Western Civilization

Mercantilism was a direction of economic thinking that promoted governmental control over industry and trade in the interest of national strength. National strength was to increase, with government-regulated exports being greater in volume than imports.

Adam Smith, on the other hand, promoted a paradigm of commercial interdependence, and trade according to the greatest strengths of a country's industries. In this way, he disagreed with ideal of Mercantilism to provide governmental forces with full control of trade. Smith held that it would be more beneficial and appropriate for the governing authority to establish a laissez faire policy regarding industry and trade. At its basis, Smith's theory related to the economy and the self-interest of individuals. Individuals dedicated themselves to gaining the greatest economic reward…. [read more]


Guinevere Depictions of Guinevere in Medieval Texts Research Paper

… Guinevere

Depictions of Guinevere in Medieval Texts: From Silent Companion to Active Adultery in the Span of a Century

The Arthurian legends have been a subject of intense fascination and inspection by readers and scholars alike since they first appeared towards the end of the eighth century or perhaps the beginning of the ninth century BCE (Bruce, 319). Appearing to refer to events of the sixth century BCE, and without any clarity as to the actual existence of the hero or his true connection to the literary character introduced in the horribly inaccurate historical writings of the Welsh monk Nennius, it cannot be said with certainty whether Arthur -- if existed -- was truly a king or more of a general, though it appears certain…. [read more]


Caring Federal Leaders Term Paper

… ¶ … close scrutiny of books; journal articles, and materials from internet sources on caring leadership, employee bereavement, and connections(s) between them, in six (6) key areas. These were: (1) bereavement and funeral policies and procedures that currently exist, for United States military personnel and their families (but not for personnel and/or families of other branches of U.S. government); (2) the history of military funeral honors practices, policies, and procedures (3) relationships between caring leadership and attitudes, practices, and policies concerning empathy and support for employees in general, and employee bereavement in particular; (4) caring leadership as demonstrated by managerial support of, and help for grieving employees; (5) workplace attitudes and best practices having to do with support for and management of bereaved employees; and…. [read more]


Women and the Home Front Term Paper

… From the beginning of the secession crisis President Abraham Lincoln viewed the supposedly loyalist mountain regions as an ideal base for military operations into vital Confederate territory, and a place to drive a wedge into Southern unity. Politically, not to mention logistically, the mountain regions turned out to be less hospitable, and certainly less cooperative, than Northerners hoped. The Southern Appalachians, however, proved equally troublesome to the Confederate command. After an initial burst of wartime fervor, many mountain residents grew increasingly resistant, and then violently hostile, to coercive Confederate mobilization policies. The mountain regions also provided havens for deserters and increasingly fertile ground for bushwhackers, bandits, and resistance movements. At the same time, the war was particularly cruel to the Southern Appalachians, and residents suffered…. [read more]


Ivan the Terrible Term Paper

… Ivan IV or Ivan the Terrible deserves the moniker attached to his
name. However, he does not necessarily deserve the modern interpretation
of the word "terrible". Certainly, Ivan did terrible things both in his
position as the first true tsar of Russia and his position as the leader of
a family. Nevertheless, the translation for the Russian word Groznyi into
English by our modern standards is not quite accurate. In Russian during
Ivan's time, Groznyi meant something closer to formidable or fearsome.[1]
Through his political and social actions, a nation and the world had reason
to view Ivan as formidable and fearsome.
The baby destined to be Ivan IV was born to Tsar Vasily III and his
second wife, Elena Glinskaia. Vasily III was much…. [read more]


Book of John Thesis

… John Gospel

The Holy Spirit as Introduced and Described in the Gospel of John

Modern Christianity is the product of twin evolutions, which have caused both a refinement of the teachings of Christ and an infinite splintering of sects devoted to his teachings. From their earliest incarnations within the Jewish faith though, the provocations of Jesus have instigated innumerable interpretations of the meaning of the content in the New Testament. Much of our understanding of the life of Jesus and the implications of his suffering is derived from the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

The first three of these are known as the synoptic gospels, so-called for providing the canonical basis for the synopsis of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus,…. [read more]


Inquisitions Research Paper

… Legally, it was required that there be at least two witnesses available as to the alleged heresy but in most cases the tribunal demanded far more. In the early days of the Inquisition the testimony of witnesses who had previously been convicted of heresy could not be used against the accused but as the fervor surrounding the Inquisition increased this standard was relaxed and the Inquisition tribunals began accepting a heretic's offer of evidence at nearly full value. Under Inquisition procedure, the accused was denied both the right to know the identity of their accusers and the right to confront them personally. Worsening matters further for the accused is the fact that defense witnesses were a rarity as well because of fear by said witnesses…. [read more]


Circle Around. I Am Interested Essay

… Theme III: Organizing Priorities: The Individual v. The Group

In the discussion of the formation of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, in chapter 8 of Better Together, Putnam demonstrates the creation of social capital based on the strength of human relationships and visceral emotional connections. What was fascinating about the creation of the union was that it used a relationship-based strategy even with hostile administrators and it did so successfully. In other words the union, without attacking, set a tone which placed equal importance on the grievances suffered by the individuals as they did on the proposed remedies and the pursuit of solutions with the Harvard administration. The different iterations of the HUCTW and its previous failures present a critical strategy question…. [read more]


Leadership Theology of Trump's Base Literature Review

… This, Jones who also recalled similar voting behavior of the evangelicals toward another Republican candidate, George W. Bush 2001, believed, reeked of being partisan than of value. He revealed that the values voting and morality which the evangelicals was known for, has dissipated to "transactional and utilitarian political ethics." He pointed out that the evangelical's attitudes towards political issues and their alliance with Republicans can best be described "elect our guy." In other words, the narrative among the leading figures of the formidable Christian groups in America has now wholly been shifted from morality sake to pure partisanship.

Also, in trying to make sense of the evangelicals choice of Trumps amongst several other Republican candidates at the primary election, and over Clinton at the…. [read more]


Messiah in Old Testament Term Paper

… Messiah in Old Testament

The Messianic prophesies and their fulfillment

The history and tradition of the predictions of a Messiah can be found in many passage of the Old Testament. The Messiah is in most instances closely related to the purpose that God has in the world. These prophesies and intimations about the Messiah start with the first book of the Bible and there are many references to the coming of a Messiah in the earlier books of the Old Testament, before the more extensive references to the Messiah in the book of Isaiah

For a long time before Isaiah was born, the Hebrews had believed Yahweh's purpose in the world would be realized through them and it involved their establishment in the land of…. [read more]


Analzying Christianity and the Torah Dissertation

… Christianity and the Torah



History of Christianity



Basic concepts in Christian theology



History of the Torah



Christianity and the Torah



Torah observance at the Table 130



The Significance of the Torah to Christian in modern day 134



It is the Powerful Word of God 134



It Leads Christians to Jesus the Messiah 136



It Deals with the Questions of Life 139



What we Understand about The Law 141



Interpreting and Applying the Law 143



Suggested Christian approach towards the Torah 144



Identifying what the specific law…. [read more]


Christianity in the Modern World Term Paper

… The MBC had become disillusioned because of the lack of individual rights, especially in terms of individual experiences of grace.

In fact, some of the settlers had begun to move against Winthrop's leadership. The war provided Winthrop with the opportunity to demonstrate his capabilities as a leader and to reaffirm his claims that the MBC had a covenant with God and were on a "divine mission."

Their Puritan's mission may have been divine, but their actions in the Pequot war were far from what modern Christians would consider holy. One example of this is the massacre at Mystic village. The Puritans surrounded the Pequot village, Mystic, set fire to all of the dwellings, and killed anyone that attempted to escape. The massacre resulted in the…. [read more]


Persona Christi an Analysis Essay

… " Lay piety in the late Middle Ages was high indeed as the tales of confession by Caesar of Heisterbach and the preaching of Jacques de Vitry make plain. The Renaissance had not yet come along to displace the old world religion for the new world science of man. The trade that grew out of Christendom's conflict with the Saracens of the East had not yet raised the merchant classes of Italy to a place of utmost prominence. Art and science were still practiced by the monks of medievalism; and scholasticism ala Thomas Aquinas was the height of rational thought and theology.

The Fourth Lateran Council, called by Pope Innocent III at the beginning of the thirteenth century, was hailed as "a turning point in…. [read more]


Protestant Devotion to the Virgin Mary Dissertation

… Protestant Devotion to the Virgin Mary

One of the most controversial topics in religion today is how one should answer the question: does Mary play a significant role in modern Protestant religion? The answer to this question begets several ancillary questions, the most important one being: if Mary does not play a significant role in modern Protestant religion, is this an error? In short, is there a need for a more significant place for Mary in present Protestant liturgical traditions? Some experts believe that giving Mary a more prominent role in the practice of Protestantism would endanger the very nature of Protestantism by introducing an intermediary between God and worshippers. Others disagree vehemently with such statements and suggest that embracing Marian devotion may be the…. [read more]


Sociology History of Business Science Research Proposal

… Delimitations

Today, modern business systems help an increasingly globalized world function in seamless ways. In fact, English is rapidly becoming the lingua franca of the business world and transnational borders and cross-cultural factors no longer operate as major barriers to commerce. Further, a wide range of financial instruments exist such as letters of credit and bills of lading whose purpose and operation are readily understood by businesspeople from New York to New Delhi. Business correspondence too has a fairly standardized format that businesspeople all over the world both use and understand and all of these features have helped create a modern business system that is both efficient and effective in achieving the movement of goods and services around the world. All of these business systems,…. [read more]


Rise of Islam Term Paper

… Islam

Rise of Islam: An Overview

Religion

Mohammed (570-632)

Conquest (632-732)

Reasons for Success

Opposition to Papacy (600-1054)

Doctrine/Women and Iran

The Rise of Islam

This paper provides a historical and philosophical review of the rise of Islam. Provided is an overview of the core beliefs of the Islamic faith, a history of the prophet Mohammed, his conquests and the opposition Muslims have had with the papacy, especially during the time between 600 and 1000 a.D. It was during this time that many Christian leaders attempted to unify their own disjointed faith, without much success. Part of Islam's success may be attributed to the fervent belief and ardor followers have for the Qu'ran, the sayings of the prophet of Mohammed and their beliefs about their…. [read more]


Illegal Immigrants in the U.S Term Paper

… ¶ … illegal immigrants in the U.S. And the possibility of legalizing their status. The article shows: how illegal immigration is currently being dealt with, the views of people on the issue and the flexibility being exhibited by the government. The author makes it clear that while illegal immigration has always been a problem for the country and most people feel country must be protected against such immigration, still illegal entrance into the U.S. should not be criminalized. Very few, if any, percentage of people interviewed supported felony status, the rest felt that while it was not correct to let illegal immigration prosper, there was also no particular need for categorized it as a crime or serious offence.

Illegal immigration is a problem, which the…. [read more]


Transforming Culture Term Paper

… Transforming Culture

Sherwood Lingenfelter, the anthropolist and author of Transforming Culture, begins with his perspective on culture. He sees culture as "of the world," and therefore basically sinful. His view is in contrast to other scholars who see culture as a neutral tool for spreading God's word. Culture, according to Lingenfelter, is a prison which keeps people from seeing and understanding diversity and blinds them to other ways of thinking and doing things. Culture, in his view, tends to limit the richness of experience. Because we are blinded by the "rightness" of our own cultures, we tend to impose our cultural ideas, attitudes, and customs on other cultures when we bring the gospel to them. Furthermore, we are often unconscious of our cultural assumptions. The…. [read more]


Business Culture and Expansion Trends Research Paper

… , Mrs., Miss plus the complete name is deemed respectful; sincerity is considered the very best policy hence no overselling is required; it is considered inappropriate to speak in a loud tone as well; politics, sports, and weather condition are great conversational subjects, and could be fiercely discussed and in order to be a great conversationalist, it is important remain present and notified on crucial subjects; it is also recommended to avoid complicating New Zealand and Australia as part of one nation, as they are 2 unique nations. If you are not knowledgeable about New Zealand, hang around prior to your journey to find out about the history and culture (Trevor-Roberts et al., 2003).

c. Religion.

In New Zealand, simply over half of the populace…. [read more]


Roles of Women in the Mexican Revolution of 1910 Research Paper

… Forgotten Yet Essential Soladaras

In 1910, the Mexican people reached their point of tolerance with the long rule of dictatorship of President Porfino Diaz and declared a revolution. The middle and upper classes were dissatisfied with the power in the hands of a select few, and the working and lower classes no longer could tolerate the poor working conditions, low wages, inferior housing, ever-rising inflation, and lack of social services for themselves and their families. What is not well-known about this revolution, however, is the role that women played in restoring democratic rule and stability to the country. These women, called Soldaderas, or "soldier women," were involved in politics, strong advocates for social and political causes, and participants in the wars' numerous battles. The term…. [read more]

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