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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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How do we find balance in a cluttered world? In this message, I share 4 suggestions:  Do a time assessment.  Intentionally de-clutter Learn the power of No! Find your best yes.  Uncluttered – Finding Balance from ron edmondson on Vimeo. Related posts: Uncluttered – The Series, Part 1 Finding Family Time in a Busier Than …
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I was running recently on a route I’ve run many times, but I missed this sign until this particular run. It was too “good” not to stop and take a picture with my phone. I saw the sign and the first word that popped in my head was “Closed”. As another sign I saw in …
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I work with young leaders everyday. I have two incredible young leaders as sons. (Here’s my picture with them a few years ago — taken the day we moved to Kentucky.) Occasionally, when I am talking to a young leader something becomes apparent. They often think what they are experiencing is unique. And, more surprising …
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I recently wrote a post about 7 things you may not know about your wife. It was a popular post and I committed to write a companion post for the wives. Here are 7 things wives need to know — but may not know — about your husband: His ego is more fragile than you …
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I occasionally like to correct a myth I have heard all my life. How many times has someone said to you, "God will never put more trials on you than you can bear"? I challenge you to show me that in the Bible. The problem I have with this myth is that it keeps so many believers wondering why they can’t handle their problems, falsely believing they should be able to, because someone once told them the lie that God would not put more on them than t...
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I occasionally like to correct a myth I have heard all my life. How many times has someone said to you, "God will never put more trials on you than you can bear"? I challenge you to show me that in the Bible. The problem I have with this myth is that it keeps so many believers wondering why they can’t handle their problems, falsely believing they should be able to, because someone once told them the lie that God would not put more on them than t...
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Excellent explanation Ron. Great way to bring attention to a commonly used phrase. 
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Sure I’m a leader. So this may appear to be a self-serving post. I understand — and accept — the risk. The fact that I am a leader, however, gives me a certain credibility in speaking on behalf of leaders. I wrote this post several years ago, but decided to edit it and post again. …
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I occasionally like to correct a myth I have heard all my life. How many times has someone said to you, "God will never put more trials on you than you can bear"? I challenge you to show me that in the Bible. The problem I have with this myth is that it keeps so many believers wondering why they can’t handle their problems, falsely believing they should be able to, because someone once told them the lie that God would not put more on them than t...
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Amen! I can do all things [only] through Christ who strengthens me! Phil 4:13
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In this message we are considering living in a busy world. If not careful, it can have 3 results: Our soul is cluttered. Relationships suffer Ultimately – God is crowded out. Uncluttered – Busyness from ron edmondson on Vimeo. Related posts: Wrestling Series, Part 3 Wrestling – The Series – Part 2 Relationship Series: Parenting …
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