Servant leadership is more than washing your wife’s feet once in a while or vacuuming before she returns home from a trip to the mall. It’s more than washing dishes, running a load of laundry, or filling her car with gas. We have neighbors who would do these things for us in a pinch.
Serving isn’t something we do–it’s something we are.
We can’t just act like a servant from time to time, whenever it happens to suit our purposes. Rather, we need to become a servant–our minds transformed to think like one, and our hearts transformed to submit like one–all of the time. Jesus became a servant. We, too, must become servants.
How do we do that?