“To God be the glory” is a frequent Christian catchphrase, but what does it truly mean? In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can glorify God.

In this episode, Richard talks with entrepreneur, business leader and author, Mark McClain.

Few things are more gratifying than nurturing a plant from seed to fruit. In this episode, Richard and Sam unpack six important lessons leaders can learn from gardening.

Good leaders see things other people miss. In this special LIVE episode, Richard unpacks the five viewpoints of leaders.

What do you do when the bad news keeps on coming? When all eyes turn to the leaders, they cannot afford to be unprepared. In this episode, Richard and Sam unpack 12 things leaders should do during a crisis.

The Church wasn’t designed to save itself; it was designed to give itself away. In this episode, Richard sits down (virtually) with Jeff Christopherson, co-founder of the SEND institute, co-vocational pastor of The Sanctuary Oakville, and author of the new book Venal Dogmata, to discuss the future of the Church and how striving for preservation won’t be enough.

He was born into a poor family, the illegitimate child of a publicly shamed mother in the West Indies. He grew up to become George Washington’s right-hand man and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Alexander Hamilton.

In this episode, Richard talks with global business leader and friend of the podcast, Brett Pyle. 

Obedience to God does not guarantee an easy life. In fact, our life may actually get more difficult when we follow Him. Each time the greatest prophet of the Old Testament completed a difficult assignment, his life got harder. God often does His best work in a crisis. In this episode, Richard and Sam continue looking at the life and leadership of Elijah.

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.

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