Ron Edmondson

4 Types of Anonymous Critics

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  • Posted on April 15th, 2014

I’ve received my share of criticism. It comes with leadership. If you aren’t receiving criticism, you probably aren’t leading. I’ve also received my share…

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Ron Edmondson

About This Author

Ron Edmondson is Senior Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, KY. A nationally known Christian leader with an impressive history of church planting and church growth, Ron heard God's call to ministry after twenty years in business. Ron received a Master’s degree in Counseling from Luther Rice Seminary, and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Eastern University. He and his wife, Cheryl, an accountant, are passionate about people “getting it” when it comes to faith. They both highly value discipleship and mentoring. They have two grown sons.

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