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Christianity

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1998

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What's It All About? (Dictated Memo), C. William Pollard Aug 1998

What's It All About? (Dictated Memo), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this dictated memo, Pollard reflects on a recent trip to the Middle East and Eastern Europe, emphasizing in particular how such travels confirm both his call to stewardship and the role that ServiceMaster plays in that call.


Steer For Open Water, C. William Pollard May 1998

Steer For Open Water, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this reflection on Exodus 33, Pollard encourages the graduating class of Emmanuel Bible Institute (Oradea, Romania) to "steer for open waters" by serving their Romanian context with confidence that their vocation is a means of implementing their faith in daily life.


Bridging The Gulf (New Haven, Ct), C. William Pollard May 1998

Bridging The Gulf (New Haven, Ct), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Delivered at the Yale Berkeley Seminar (hosted by Berkeley Divinity School at Yale) in New Haven, CT, this speech asks how Christians might bridge the gulf between work and faith (or God and profit). Pollard posits that the link between the two is to be found in people, all of whom are made in the image of God. In this framework, the corporate firm may be construed as an institution of moral formation.


Leadership That Serves - An Intangible Ingredient Found In Every Successful Ministry, C. William Pollard Apr 1998

Leadership That Serves - An Intangible Ingredient Found In Every Successful Ministry, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at the 1998 Business and Professional Ministries Conference (Omni Hotel - Dallas), Pollard asks how Christians might lead in both the church and the business world while the world around them is rapidly changing. He concludes that one profitable avenue may be found in servant leadership.


Built To Last - Leadership Principles That Are Timeless, C. William Pollard Feb 1998

Built To Last - Leadership Principles That Are Timeless, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this address at the CMA Conference in Nashville, Pollard outlines the primary characteristics of a servant leader and argues that only people-focused institutions are "built to last."