By Lance Witt on Aug 15, 2016
Respect is a big deal to me. I am so blessed to have a wife who has always affirmed her respect for me. I can’t begin to tell you how life-giving that has been. Through the years as a pastor, the most consistent message I have given to wives is this…”Your husband can do without a lot of things, but the ONE thing he cannot do without is RESPECT.” It’s not just true in marriage, it is also true in leadership.
By Nicholas Mcdonald on Apr 16, 2014
"How in the world do each of these talks end up consistently blowing me away?"
By Ron Edmondson on Nov 16, 2015
Ron Edmondson: "Many times it’s the seemingly small things which cause the most damage to a leader’s reputation and damages respect."
By David Padfield on Jan 15, 2016
People today have very little respect for preaching—maybe it's because they don't know the purpose of preaching.
By Pete Wilson on Apr 1, 2014
Pete Wilson has keen insights not only for speakers but for listeners as well.
By Dayton Hartman on Jul 30, 2013
Only 50% of the next generation of Christians have any respect for the text of Scripture. How do you preach the Bible to them?
By Rick Ezell on Apr 16, 2018
When you preach, in many respects, you are the message. If your personal life is not congruent with your words, then a mixed message is delivered.
By Ron Edmondson on Nov 20, 2017
"All of us make mistakes and occasionally need someone to help us become better at what we do. This should always be the end goal of correction."
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jan 24, 2018
If you want to attract and keep great people, value them.
By Lance Witt on Jul 18, 2016
I know that on Sundays we walk into our churches, we smile, we shake hands, and we make nice. We pastor people and we preach from God’s Word. We are very respectable.
But I know myself and I’ve worked with pastors way too long to believe that life is that neat and tidy.