Serve Others out of Love

How to Amaze Your Audience

Great leaders know how to love those with whom they work. Whether you work/serve in the secular world or in a Christian environment, the way you treat others reveals your true colors.

The crowds were amazed at Jesus’ teaching because he taught with authority, not as their teachers of the law (Matt. 7:28-29). His teaching authority was based in his love for the people. He demonstrated that love by giving his life for us. When you bring love into your workplace/group by selflessly serving others, you will amaze your audience.

Share your experience: What is one of the most loving things you’ve seen a boss or leader do? What impact did it have?

Laura Savage-Rains–coach, speaker, writer–is the founder and author of WomensMinistryCoach.com who is using her 30+ years of ministry and leadership experience to teach women how to lead with passion. She is a native Texan who has also lived in foreign places such as Alabama and Romania. She makes her home in Lakeway, Texas, with her husband, Mark. She loves to write, speak, and teach the Bible. She is also a women’s ministry team member, choir member, stepmom, and Grammy to 3 little girls. She loves dark chocolate with caramel, “The Sound of Music” movie, and Barbra Streisand’s music.

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2 thoughts on “Serve Others out of Love

  1. I’m thinking of a boss who, no matter how busy she was, stopped everything to listen with empathy and encourage me when I was discouraged or troubled. (Of course, I tried not to take advantage of that :>) One of the impacts was that I did everything in my power not to disappoint her, and I tried to be just as available to her when she needed a listening ear.