Ron Edmondson

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  1. Make Sure Your Marketing Matches Your Market

    Blog Make Sure Your Marketing Matches Your Market

    A friend and I went to a Reds game recently. It was a cold night for baseball. It had been raining for several days and thankfully stopped in time for the game. But, it made for a …

  2. Do You Lead or Control People?

    Blog Do You Lead or Control People?

    In my years leading in business and churches, I have known many people who claim to be leaders, but they are actually nothing more than controllers of people. There is a huge…

  3. 7 False Assumptions Made About Introverts

    Blog 7 False Assumptions Made About Introverts

    I am an introvert. Some people can question whether they are or not. I don’t. I’m certified in Myers Briggs, so I know the language well. I’ve studied the…

  4. 7 Common Energy and Time Wasters for Leaders

    Blog 7 Common Energy and Time Wasters for Leaders

    Wasting time and energy may be one of my biggest pet peeves as a leader. Some days I leave work and feel I never got off the treadmill. It’s physically and mentally…

  5. Recruiting Warm Bodies

    Blog Recruiting Warm Bodies

    When I was in retail, we sometimes hired people at Christmas just to have more employee presence on the sales floor. I was in retail when customer service really meant something…

  6. The Safety Briefing Card and Church Vision Casting

    Blog The Safety Briefing Card and Church Vision Casting

    The airline safety briefing card… Doesn’t mean much to a frequent flier. But to a first time flier…it’s gold. Church, what can we learn from…

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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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