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.

What are you willing to do to go deeper with God? You can’t give to others what you don’t have yourself. You can’t give people spiritual steak if you’re still subsisting on spiritual milk. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss practical ways leaders can experience more of God than ever before.

Who am I really? We are on a lifelong quest to answer this important question. In this book club episode, Richard and Sam discuss “The Gift of Being Yourself” by David G. Benner, a psychologist and spiritual life coach.

In this episode, Richard discusses a very special book project that he’s been working on. The Solomon Promise has been updated from the original title Holiness by Henry Blackaby. In it, they share the path to a renewal of faith in America and the restoration of holiness to God’s people.

Every once in a while a leader must example their life and see what needs to be taken out and what needs to be added. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the importance of not only culling bad habits but also adding what is beneficial.

In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life, leadership and legacy of Jonathan Edwards.

Some leaders have an over estimation of their ability and others have an under estimation of themselves. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss how facing challenges will bring clarity to a leader’s abilities.

It is what it is . . . or is it? In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can stay grounded in reality while also striving to make positive changes. DONATE: If you have enjoyed this podcast and want to support what we do, click here. UPCOMING EVENT: Richard and Daniel Blackaby will be…

A leader’s outlook typically evolves over time. When we’re young, we’re driven by the future; when we’re old, we’re driven by the past. In this episode, Richard and Sam glean some lessons on perspective from the life of Moses.

Leaders can live in fear or step out in faith knowing what God has called you to do. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss how playing it safe is not an option for leaders.

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