Ron Edmondson

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  1. Thoughts on Firing People in Ministry

    Blog Thoughts on Firing People in Ministry

    This is a difficult post. About a difficult issue. One we don’t necessarily like to talk about. But sometimes we must. I came out of a business background, so some things…

  2. Can the Church Learn from the Coffee Shop?

    Blog Can the Church Learn from the Coffee Shop?

    I believe the church is to be a cultural change agents in our communities, but the truth is that many coffee shops have taken some of that responsibility. Starbucks supposedly…

  3. 7 Criteria to Be a Change Agent Leader

    Blog 7 Criteria to Be a Change Agent Leader

    In my observation, many leaders want change and know they need to lead change, but they haven’t been able to actually produce change. I think there are reasons for this. The …

  4. 7 Reasons I’m Dumping Delegation

    Blog 7 Reasons I’m Dumping Delegation

    I’ve always strived to be a delegator. I know I’ve written posts on it before…how to do it successfully…that kind of garbage. But, that’s before I…

  5. Do You Want a Leader or a Manager?

    Blog Do You Want a Leader or a Manager?

    I was talking with a board of a Christian nonprofit recently who wanted my help as they begin their new search for an executive director. It’s been a difficult decade of…

  6. 10 Ways to Remain “Favorite” Pastor

    Blog 10 Ways to Remain “Favorite” Pastor

    I’ve read that leadership expert Peter Drucker once said the hardest jobs in America (not necessarily in order) are President of the United States, university presidents…

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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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