Why is it that when some people speak, everyone listens? In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can build trust with others and grow their influence.

Where the world sees problems, the Church sees possibilities. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the best ways for leaders to respond to a crisis.

He came from an insignificant town and became the greatest prophet in the Old Testament. He called fire down from Heaven and was one of the two people God the Father chose from all of history to encourage Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Elijah.

Why are some people influential and others are not? In the age of social media, everyone is jockeying to be heard. But not everyone has something valuable to say. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss practical ways leaders can become people of influence.

He spent 40 years as the number two guy to the greatest man of God in the Old Testament, Moses. God ultimately asked him to do something even Moses failed to do—lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Joshua.

Why do some people succeed, and others don’t? Despite popular wisdom, a high IQ and talent do not necessarily guarantee success. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss Angela Duckworth’s popular book “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.”

He is a towering figure in human history who rose above the other ambitious men of his age, commanded legions of soldiers, and won many difficult battles. For better or worse, the world was never the same after he arrived on the scene. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Julius Caesar.

You may not be a pastor. You might not even be an elder or deacon. But you’re a leader. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways lay leaders can use their valuable skills to have a positive impact on their church.

He delivered the Israelites out of Egypt, founded the nation of Israel, and wrote the first five books of the Old Testament. In this first episode in the “Leaders in the Bible” series, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Moses.

When problems arise, many leaders panic. They react without thinking, bail out, quit, or walk away and undo years of solid leadership in a matter of moments. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss strategies leaders can use to avoid hitting the panic button and making hasty decisions they will later regret.

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