Servant Leadership, an attitude and approach

Servant Leadership, an attitude and approach

Sunday 2A.   Margaret started the discussion by saying, “I was touched when I heard about Fr Damien Veuster a priest in 19th century who went to minister among the lepers in Molokai and in becoming close to the people contracted leprosy himself.  To me that is a true...
Choosing ethical leadership.

Choosing ethical leadership.

The Justice and Peace members in the group asked, “How does God choose or appoint leaders, or does he?  One can’t help but wonder who does and on what grounds?  Is it through money spent on election campaigns, or being a fiery speaker or are there people, or a group...
How will our leaders lead?

How will our leaders lead?

Amos, an amateur political scientist in the group spoke up, “Looking at the political situation in many countries today can be quite frightening.  What do people really want? What do their voting patterns show?    Do they want to be ruled by a president, king or chief...
Taking Responsibility for our Common Home

Taking Responsibility for our Common Home

Bruce explained, “The Israelites, God’s people, fought many wars after entering the promised land.  They believed that God approved and was always on their side, but they learned a hard lesson.   When the Philistines beat them they thought that bringing, the Ark of...
The Sounds of Silence

The Sounds of Silence

Promise referred the group to a famous song called ‘The Sound of Silence.’  “In one’s mind it creates almost a frightening picture. The words include “people talking without speaking, people hearing without listening.”  But in the silence one imagines destruction, no...