Everything in the world is working against men being godly husbands and fathers. On the heels of Father’s Day, Richard and Sam discuss what it means to be a godly man.
Leaders are often more vulnerable after a success than after a failure. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can stay grounded when they experience success.
Like every leader, he had both strengths and flaws. In this installment of the “Leaders in the Bible” series, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of King David.
In this episode, Richard shares from John 17 on what it means to give an account of what you have been entrusted with by God.
Ecclesiastes states that there is a time to be silent and a time to speak. Words are one of a leader’s most powerful tools. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can use their words effectively.
In this episode, Richard answers a listener’s questions about excelling in leadership while maintaining a healthy relationship with family.
We tend to talk more about what Christ does than who he is. But what he does is based on who he is. In this book club episode, Richard and Sam discuss the book “Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers” by Dane C. Ortlund.
As a child in Missouri, he was held back several years in school and deemed the “second stupidest” student in his class. As an adult, he had many business failures and was hopeless at managing money. He ended up becoming one of the most successful creative visionaries of all time. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Walt Disney.
Leadership inevitably involves relating to people. Great leaders have great people skills. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss some tangible ways leaders can improve their interactions with others.
People who are successful at business are not always as successful at home. Unfortunately, many young people today are abandoning the Christian faith in droves. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss some practical ways leaders can leave a godly legacy for their families.