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Stewarding Your Interpersonal Relationships By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

A Call to Steward Well Your Interpersonal Relationships For me, interpersonal relationships are both rewarding and challenging, especially as a steward leader. Creating strong collaborations. Fostering trust and unity. Becoming open and inviting and curious. All of this encompasses what I understand good leadership to be. Steward Leadership These are essentials. Moving beyond good leadership…

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The Time to Become Less By Howard Rich

Stewards Know When It is Time to Become Less Take a moment and think back to a time when you were placed in a new leadership where someone was willing to become less significant because of your new assignment.  Was there an advocate that believed in your abilities?  Did someone push you along? Our Advocates…

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Be Still By Zenet Maramara

The Gift of Being Still Be still, cease from striving, rest, relax. Prior to the Corona virus pandemic, these were luxuries we hardly afforded ourselves. We had more work than the actual hours of the day. We were so caught up in the busyness of the life, work demands, expectations, as well as self-imposed pressures.…

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Unexpected Encounters By Jon Lewis

Stewarding Unexpected Encounters One of the key lessons I’ve been teaching in my Steward Leader seminars for African audiences is the importance of stewarding encounters and relationships with other people. I usually start out by highlighting what typically goes wrong in relating to others.  We either consider them as: means to our own ends, or…

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Stewards of Well Done By Howard Rich

Well Done: Good and Faithful Stewardship Well done. If you are anything like me, when you think about entering Jesus’ presence in heaven I am sure you desire to hear what He said to the good stewards in the Parable of the Talents, “Well done my good and faithful servant.” Have you ever thought about…

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Stewards of Our Emotions By Howard Rich

Stewarding Our Emotions as a Leader In its essence, leading as a steward requires alignment with the will of the Father. Jesus demonstrated this through intense agony and overwhelming emotions in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36-46) the night before his crucifixion.  This passage of Scripture shines a bright light on the humanity of Jesus…

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The Servant Leadership Style By Prem Kumar Devasahayam Lee

Steward The Servant Leadership Style I have always struggled with the dominant leadership style, that seems to automatically be practiced by everyone. I am the leader or the head, and it is my vision, and I get things done. Where is the Servant Leadership style that Jesus taught? The Vision as a driving force for…

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How Do You Steward Your Words? By Tami Heim

Use the power of your words for good! Your words carry with them the power to bring life and truth or take them both away. As a leader, any notion that what you write and say doesn’t matter is simply not true. A day doesn’t pass where your words aren’t influencing the thinking, behavior, or development…

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The Unplanned Life By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

Stewarding an Unplanned Life 2019 is proving to be a year of the unexpected and unplanned for me as well as for many friends I know. Quite frankly, it’s been hard, exhausting, and confounding. Perhaps you are in the same boat. The truth is when I pause and reflect on the past, every season of…

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Your Response to Crisis By R. Scott Rodin

The Strange (and Christ-like) Response to Crisis Think back to the last time you faced a significant, critical need or crisis with woefully inadequate resources to meet it when you had to accomplish something great and your assets to achieve it was meager. Was it last year, last month, last week, this morning? Every leader…

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