I love this message bellow shared by the Quaerentia blogist Mark.
In a way, it tells people who want to get a long well that, they should be able to relate with each other on a same level; even great leaders should with their followers. Feeling superior and trying to show it are as pride, the begining of ones downfall.
We could call them the ‘pastor’s power pitfalls.’ There are many. Too many. It’s actually scary how much power a pastor wields – for good… and ill. It’s one of the key issues that has preoccupied me a lot about in the last few years while writing my culture of suspicion book (out VERY soon at all GOOD bookshops!). And I’ve witnessed (and struggled) under power-trip pastors. The worst thing, though, is how blissfully unaware they are of it. As one friend said of a church boss he struggled under for several years, “he’s like a drunk driver who never looks in the rear-view mirror.”
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