In this episode, Richard shares how reflecting on Easter gives us hope for the future. No matter how dark the day is, there is always hope in Jesus.

In this episode, Richard unpacks Matthew 10:16 in which Jesus tells his disciples to be ‘wise as serpents and innocent as doves.’ What does this mean for today’s leader?

In this episode Richard speaks with his oldest son, Mike Blackaby. Mike is a church planter, author and father of 4 of Richard’s grandchildren. Mike shares some of the challenges and victories of church planting, especially during the past two years of the pandemic. 

In this episode Richard reviews the book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. He draws out lessons that all leaders can apply when leading extroverts and introverts.

In this episode Richard speaks with Adrian Bracy. She has had a long and fascinating career spanning professional sports teams to non-profit and coaching. Adrian shares some wisdom learned from the path God has taken her down.

It’s not enough to simply understand the culture we’re in but we are called to make a difference in that culture. In this episode Richard talks with his second son, Daniel Blackaby. They discuss the importance for leaders to engage with culture, not just consume or abstain from it.

In this episode Richard exams how Jesus assembled a diverse group of leaders to be his twelve disciples and what lessons we can learn from that today.

In this episode Richard revisits the importance of people skills for leaders to be effective. 

In this episode Richard discusses the signs that a leader may be ready to leave their current assignment and how one can best do that when the time comes.

In this episode Richard shares leadership lessons from the life and legacy of Harry S. Truman.

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