It is often said that the quest for the meaning of life— the need to answer (for one’s self) the question “What is my life for?”— is one that everyone undertakes at one point or another.
Two great leaders: one a celebrated leader of the universal church, the other a distinguished lay leader, serendipitously found themselves kindred spirits in their answer, “I will serve!”
Serviam was tasked with the challenge of linking resource providers with specific advocacies for community development. Since its inception, Serviam has called to like-minded individuals to become channels for societal change by identifying, allocating, and managing limited resources to improve impoverished communities. The guiding principle of this community, in the realization of its mission, is a working understanding of and conviction to practice good stewardship; an essential component of servant leadership.
The goal of Serviam Catholic Charismatic Community is to empower its members to lead Spirit-led lives by:
- Educating them to apply the servant leadership modeled by Jesus Christ into all facets of their lives;
- Equipping them to identify, process and overcome relational problems at home, at work and in society;
- Enabling them to minister to fellow community members either through prayers or acts of service; and
- Providing many opportunities for them to exercise their God-given gifts for the benefit of others.