CHHSM Advancing the Healing & Service Ministry of Jesus Christ



The Rev. Shari Prestemon »

June 14, 2016

"Being a servant leader means providing a consistent example of deep integrity and faithful effort, while always having enough humility to realize you alone don't have all the answers."


The Rev. Jim Moos »

May 13, 2016

“Leadership is never an end in itself, but a means to accomplish a greater good. In servant leadership, the greater good is justice and mercy for those in need.”


The Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess »

April 14, 2016

“To paraphrase an old friend, servant leadership is kind, patient, not envious, boastful, jealous or rude. It doesn’t insist on its own way. Servant leadership bears, believes, hopes, endures all things, and rejoices in doing right.” 


Joyce Alms-Ransford »

March 15, 2016

"To be a servant leader means to serve the families and individuals that we take on as residents, not just to provide a decent, safe and sanitary place to live, but to recognize the whole person, who has needs beyond the physical space. To seek methods and the funding to support a program of enrichment to help them achieve a higher degree of stability, self sufficiency and self improvement."


The Rev. Bonnie Condon »

February 16, 2016

"A servant leader listens carefully to the voice of those who are being served and engages them in creating mutual solutions to address needs or problems."


Rev. Monica Wedlock Kilpatrick »

January 15, 2016

A servant leader takes seriously the commandments to love God and love neighbor.  It is one who strives to see the world as God intended and joins in service to others to bring about that vision – a vision of hope, justice, love, joy, and peace for all.”

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