Leadership, in so many ways, feels a lot like driving a bus. We’re taking responsibility to steer an organization or team or group. We will be held in some way accountable for what takes place, the success or failure, the growth or decay, the profit or loss.
If we can’t be counted on to be diligent to wash our hands for the sake of “the least of these,” what hope do we have of ever learning to wash their feet?
I’ve never had the terrifying experience of a child with a life-threatening illness or injury. I can hardly imagine what I might do to find an answer—a cure or a procedure or a treatment. I can imagine that I would have some hard, not-at-all-pretty prayer conversations with God. I expect most of them would not […]