Ron Edmondson

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  1. 7 Warning Signs a Leader is about to Crash

    Blog 7 Warning Signs a Leader is about to Crash

    I’ve been there. I’ve faced burnout and frustration in my work. Thankfully, I’ve never “bottomed out”, but I’ve felt near the bottom in my…

  2. 7 Ways Christians Should Behave Online

    Blog 7 Ways Christians Should Behave Online

    I have had an online ministry for over 15 years. God has humbled me with the way He has chosen to use this influence He has given me. I try not to take it for granted. One thing…

  3. 7 Suggestions for When God Is Silent

    Blog 7 Suggestions for When God Is Silent

    Elijah had been used of God to hold back rain from the people for over three years, because of their sins. Obviously, he was not well liked as a preacher. I can imagine the stress …

  4. 7 Things You Shouldn't Do When a Church is in Decline

    Blog 7 Things You Shouldn't Do When a Church is in Decline

    Part of my ministry involves working with other churches. Sometimes when I hear from a church they have been plateaued or in a season of decline for several years. They are often…

  5. When People Leave a Church

    Blog When People Leave a Church

    One tough reality of being a pastor is when people you thought were supportive leave the church. For a variety of reasons, people will leave. Make any change and someone is not…

  6. 5 Don'ts of Healthy Communication

    Blog 5 Don'ts of Healthy Communication

    In my career, I work with a lot of people in a lot of settings. You might say my job involves a lot of relationships. And, in the process, I have learned the key to healthy…

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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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