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Ron Edmondson
Works at Immanuel Baptist Church
Attends Ron Edmondson is a pastor and church leadership consultant passionate about planting churches, helping established churches thrive, and assisting pastors and those in ministry think through leadership, strategy and life. Ron has over 20 years business experience, mostly as a self-employed business owner, and has been in full-time ministry for over 10 years. The greatest times for Ron are with his wife Cheryl and two amazing adult sons, Jeremy and Nate.
Lives in Lexington, KY
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There are times when a pastor is launched into the role of being a community pastor. At this point, it doesn’t matter the size of the church or the notoriety of the pastor. The community is looking for the pastor to lead. Here are a few examples: An influential person in the community — or …
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I encounter many leaders who claim to want delegation to be a part of their leadership. They know the value. But they are often frustrated with the results they receive on delegated projects, so they tend to control the project — which isn’t delegation — or they do everything themselves. Many times I hear two …
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Every pastor needs at least one good pastor friend. I’m thankful to serve and have served in churches with a good number of staff members I consider not only co-laborers, but friends. It’s a blessing to do ministry with people you actually enjoy being with each week. But, I also have several good friends who …
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What an impact a father has on his family. I can honestly say I have never met a woman who would not faithfully serve the Lord if her husband did. Most women I know, even very independent women, welcome their husband assuming the spiritual leadership of the home. Women are freer to serve Christ and be fruitful for the Kingdom when they have a supportive husband who surrounds her with unconditional love.
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Marriage is hard work. Great marriages are even harder. I don’t know if I’d claim to have a great marriage. My wife reads my blog — some days. (She’s the one that finds most of my typos.) And, my wife is the relational queen — the best I’ve ever seen — so her expectations for …
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Is about behavior modification. Preached every Sunday in most churches.
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I have been writing about the times of crisis — especially from the viewpoint of leadership. My hope is that if you are in crisis-mode right now you are beginning to see the end of the tunnel. I pray God brings you through this time quickly. You’ll want to read the first two posts HERE …
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In my profession, I encounter a lot of people in crisis. Since this is mostly a leadership blog, I tend to think of leaders I know who are currently or have been in crisis. They may be a personal crisis or within a group or organization in which you lead, but the way you respond …
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There is a day every leader has to face. But, no leader necessarily wants to. I have walked through this with dozens of leaders over the year sand it’s never a fun process. It’s the day when it’s time to no longer be the leader. That hurts. Just seeing it in print may sting a …
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What an impact a father has on his family. I can honestly say I have never met a woman who would not faithfully serve the Lord if her husband did. Most women I know, even very independent women, welcome their husband assuming the spiritual leadership of the home. Women are freer to serve Christ and be fruitful for the Kingdom when they have a supportive husband who surrounds her with unconditional love.
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  • Ron Edmondson is a pastor and church leadership consultant passionate about planting churches, helping established churches thrive, and assisting pastors and those in ministry think through leadership, strategy and life. Ron has over 20 years business experience, mostly as a self-employed business owner, and has been in full-time ministry for over 10 years. The greatest times for Ron are with his wife Cheryl and two amazing adult sons, Jeremy and Nate.
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