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Church Leadership & Administrative Philosophy

Leadership is a duty and calls for a person who is in charge to take charge with courage and character and to risk leading people where they need to go and how they need to be led. It is a position that seeks vision, opportunities, and needs and then motivates others to get it done through the resources, talents, and time they can contribute.

It points toward a reliable and trustworthy pathfinder to the road that others can follow by example and instruction. It is the ability to initiate, empower, equip, and train, but it does not stop there, because a good leader also prepares people by example as he/she guides, inspires, supports, influences, and positively challenges the team for the mission or task at hand. It will be obvious that the person is meant to be there if they accomplish this by enhancing the quality of the mission's direction by mature control of the individuals and/or the organization as a whole. It is not about personality or charisma; it is more about being a positive and motivating "coach" who loves what he/she does so that people feel cared for and inspired to step up and move forward for mutual benefit and positive goals and outcomes.

DRWC strongly expects and holds his leaders accountable to be godly, faithful, and Fruitful for our Lord's glory. Copying the best example found in John, chapter 10:1-42, where Jesus is called our "Good Shepherd"; The Christian Leader is a Shepherd, the person whose job is to guard and care for the sheep-in this case, indicating God's people. Just as the actual sheepherder who owned the sheep had a vested interest in them and would do all it took to protect them, as his family's livelihood depended on them, God anoints such leaders for His people. In contrast, a hired person had no vested interest and as soon as danger would come, they would scram (Gen. 31:39; Num. 27:15-23; 1 Sam. 17:34-37; 2 Sam. 5:2; Psalm 78:71-72; Isa. 63:11; Jer. 3:15; Ezek. 34:1-24; John 10:1-21).

Administrative Philosophy

DRWC administrative philosophy is to support and strength the church vision and mission; laying down strategic, realistic, measurable and achievable plans to aid an environment where DRWC members, friends and partners can excise various God-given gifts to minister and enhance the kingdom of God.
We seek to support and uphold only that is in line with the church mission and vision and whose policies, practices, statement of faith are in line with those of DRWC.


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