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A Father's Day Tribute to A.B. Sherman. My Grandfather, My Mentor, My Leader: Motivational Speech

Updated: Jul 11, 2023

Servanthood is powerful and necessary.


In podcast episode 35, Reginald D the host of Real Talk With Reginald D podcast pays tribute to his grandfather, A.B. Sherman, and highlights the importance of servanthood.


A.B. Sherman was a man of integrity, compassion, and love who understood the power of serving others. He owned a convenience store with a meat market, built his own churches, and was a carpenter by trade, despite only having a third-grade education. A.B. Sherman capitalized on opportunities and understood that even the smallest opportunity could lead to the biggest opportunity.


One example of A.B. Sherman's servanthood was when his wife started selling breakfast out of the back door of his house. He saw the opportunity and built her a store next to his house called Sherman Grocery.


A.B. Sherman knew that having a great name was critical in life and that it was more valuable than money. He lived a life that made his name great, and people respected him for it. He was always trying to bring the best out of people and understood that serving others was necessary.


A.B. Sherman was a man of faith who trusted and empowered others. He had faith in his grandson, Reginald D and trusted him. This faith and trust empowered Reginald D and made him feel capable of achieving great things. A.B. Sherman's belief in Reginald D gave him the confidence he needed to succeed.


Servanthood is powerful and necessary. A.B. Sherman's life is a testament to this fact. He understood that serving others was the key to success and happiness. A.B. Sherman's compassion, love, and integrity made him a respected member of his community. He was always trying to bring the best out of people and understood that his purpose was to serve others.


In conclusion, A.B. Sherman's life is a reminder that servanthood is powerful and necessary. His example shows us that serving others is the key to success and happiness. A.B. Sherman's life is a testament to the fact that even the smallest opportunity can lead to the biggest opportunity. He understood that having a great name was critical in life and that it was more valuable than money. A.B. Sherman's compassion, love, and integrity made him a respected member of his community, and his life is an inspiration to us all.


You can listen to this episode of Real Talk With Reginald D Podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify or any of the other podcast networks. Or listen on our podcast website at https://realtalkwithreginaldd.buzzsprout.com or click the link below to open in Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/real-talk-with-reginald-d-motivational-and-inspirational/id1650658574




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