Posts Tagged ‘Asian Theological Seminary’

Shalom Leadership By Zenet Maramara

A Steward Leader Pursues Shalom Leadership The steward leader approach is closest to shalom leadership. Bakke Graduate University describes shalom leadership where the leader pursues reconciling relationships between people, people and God, people and their environment, and people and themselves. The leader works toward the well-being, abundance, and wholeness of the community as well as…

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Jesus: The Steward Leader by Zenet Maramara

JESUS AS THE MODEL OF A STEWARD LEADER The term “steward leader” suggests that the leader is not the owner but a trustee of the leadership responsibilities entrusted to him or to her. He/she is a steward leader and as opposed to an owner-leader. Jesus is the perfect model of a steward leader. His heart…

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The Day I Stopped Fundraising By Zenet Maramara

Stop Fundraising! I was a fundraiser for Asian Theological Seminary in Manila for ten years. I began that job at the time when the American-founded seminary began to nationalize its leadership and faculty after twenty years. It made sense that funding needed to be nationalized also and to start local fundraising. I had no formal…

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Donor Fatigue? by Dr. Zenet Maramara

By Dr. Zenet Maramara That God owns everything and that we are only stewards of all resources is a biblical truth which Christians believe, but not as popularly practiced.  I teach my fundraising-students that these two basic principles of divine ownership and human stewardship should guide their ministry. To believe that God is the owner…

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