While servant leadership is a timeless concept, the phrase “servant leadership” was coined by Robert K. Greenleaf in The Servant as Leader, an essay that he first published in 1970. In that essay, Greenleaf said: “The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. ThenContinue reading “Servant leadership”
Every Saturday night at 8pm we are serving a soup run at GPO (Dublin City Centre). As one can imagine, all the preparations are being done some days ahead, while most of the food is being prepared on the day or the day before. Please watch this video posted on Facebook and see our display.Continue reading “Posts and duties for a soup run”
When was the last time you received a handwritten letter? Or an encouraging personal message? Words have great potential. They can create a serious impact on the lives of people. For some, personal words of encouragement were the difference between life and death. That is why we are inviting you to take part in this new project:Continue reading “Handwriting a letter | 50 Days of Grace”
Ingredients: 10kg of Carrots 3kg of Sweet Potatoes (5 medium pieces) 5-6 Chillies Fresh Ginger 4 cans of Coconut Milk Veggie stock Salt Oil
27 February 2021, GPO. At 8:30pm. One of our volunteers, minding the queue at GPO, received the following note from one of our friends. Dear members of the committee, Just to say thank ye all very much for the Adventist soup run. I deem it quite the best in town.
When ACS Dublin started this ministry (2017) all we needed was a couple of boxes for some 100+ sandwiches. Brought every week to Hope in the Darkness, that would easily fit in any car. One time, an ACS volunteer brought the sandwiches in two bags, coming herself with a bus and then walking towards theContinue reading “We need a VAN”
Some two thousand years ago, a small boy gave up his fish and bread, and with them, fed five thousand. He was a humble servant coming near to a great Leader, Jesus Christ. Such is the story we are looking for.
Jesus Christ commissioned His disciples to spread the Good News to the entire world. For such an overwhelming task, He must have taught them a successful method, right? Most probably, He lived it.