In this episode, Richard takes a look at the life and legacy of Augustus, considered the first emperor of Rome, and applies lessons learned for leaders today. 

In this episode, Richard sits down for a conversation on faith and creativity with Dr. Marcus Buckley, fiction writer and lead pastor in Ormond Beach, FL.  

Much of who we are today is a result of the encounters we have had with people along the way. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the important role relationships play in a leader’s life.

The people God has used throughout history have been those who have known him the most intimately. The better you understand how awesome and powerful God is, the greater impact it will have on your leadership. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Moses.

Some people seem to cause trouble wherever they go. No matter how good things are, they always find a way to stir up discontentment and negativity. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss worthless men.

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Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), an English philosopher, declared in his book Leviathan that the life of man was “. . . solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” Though we might be put off by his pessimistic outlook on the nature of humanity, notice what God said about society during the time of Isaiah: “For your hands…

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