Title Thumbnail

Servant of All

Reframing Greatness and Leadership through the Teachings of Jesus

Ralph E. Enlow, Jr.

144 pages
Lexham Press
What did Jesus really mean when he said, "Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, the servant of all" (Mark 9:35)?

Servant leadership is commended by popular leadership writers and scholars. However, much of the practical, theoretical, and even theological commentary on servant leadership doesn't do the Bible justice. It fails to account for the context and history of interpretation around this often-quoted saying of Jesus. This context has everything to do with a truly biblical understanding of servant leadership, and that's what Servant of All unfolds.

In a culture where greatness is often confused with fame or competence, Servant of All is a much-needed correction.

This useful guide includes personal and group reflection questions, ideal for ministry training and discipleship.
Author Bio
Ralph E. Enlow, Jr. serves as president of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (www.abhe.org). Previously, Dr. Enlow served for 28 years as an educational leader at his alma mater, Columbia International University, culminating in a six-year stint as senior vice president and provost. A founding member of Global Associates for Transformational Education (www.gateglobal.org), he has been involved in international teaching and consulting in over a dozen countries.