1. We must recruit the most influential and entrepreneurial students, then envision them for servant leadership -- it's the hope of the world.
  2. We ensure students are doing servant leadership, not just studying it. This begins during First Serve & continues through Residency.
  3. By their senior year our grads aren't thinking "What am I going to do with my life?" It's become obvious.
  4. Healthy & growing organizations are starved for the right kind of leaders.
  5. Our students are ready and willing to roll up their sleeves and step into the fray of leadership.
  6. If we have a grad who says they want to serve but cannot find a place, then we seek to resolve that.
  7. The pipeline of exceptional leadership is drying up. This is on us. What we do and how we do it affects outcomes & drives mission.
  8. We must ensure the next generation of leaders are ready to go: educated well, spiritually formed, skills ready to deploy for the Kingdom.
  9. We are not the only ones addressing this issue, but we will do all we can where we are embedded in the Kingdom.
  10. We pray daily for prospectives, students, and alumni to answer their particular call, their "something more." (John 4:35.)