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Episode 18 -- The Servant

In this 10-minute podcast, Tom Mohr reflects on our call to servanthood– shared in word and song (“Humble Scraps”). It is the habit of our times to separate our world lives from our faith lives. But this is silliness. In this podcast, Mohr shares the story of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador. He was a leader and martyr whose goodness flowed from his deep and abiding faith in God.

Song Title:

Humble Scraps

Song Summary: 

Tom Mohr wrote this first as a poem, then turned it into a song. It’s about those prayer times when our minds are so distracted with chatter, we never even make a connection with God. Good news: He’s always connected, even when we don’t realize it. And He understands us. Robert Berry joins Mohr in instrumentals.



Tom Mohr is the author of the book "Letters to Rising Leaders". In his new podcast series, he builds on the themes in his book to explore leadership-- especially the connection between Christian faith and action. 

He has created this podcast series for one reason: you are the light of the world. From community to church to charity to nation to planet, God needs a new generation of leaders to rise. Not just any leaders-- leaders of goodness. And goodness doesn't just happen. It takes soul work. Which is why, to our next generation of leaders, Tom Mohr says this: "Come to God, make right your soul, and then go into this hurting world to serve."

Each 10 minute podcast will include stories, biblical reflections and music-- yes, music. Every week, the podcast will end with the song of the week. 

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