Even if you aren’t where you want to be yet, God has a purpose for you where you are now. One of the most quoted Bible verses in the Old Testament is Jeremiah 29:11. But it is important to look at that passage within its proper context. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss Jeremiah 29 and its implications for leaders.
In this episode, Richard talks with his friend and literary agent, Robert Wolgemuth, about his new book, “Gun Lap.” Robert shares insights about running the last chapter of your life with purpose.
In this episode, Richard shares three of the major roles leaders play in an organization and why it’s important to tackle all three.
In this episode, Richard talks with long-time friend and FCA executive director Jeff Martin. His new book, Empower: The 4 Keys to Leading a Volunteer Movement, is out now and available at the links below.
All leaders have dreams and aspirations, but they may not always line up with God’s will. In this episode, Richard and Sam answer a listener question, “How can I discern the difference between my own desires and God’s call on my life?”
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.