Tag Archives: Bob Russell

The Lean

I just attended a ministers’ appreciation luncheon hosted by Kentucky Christian University. Some ministers’ spouses were also in attendance. The speaker, Bob Russell, talked about some of the mistakes he made in ministry, and how he had learned from them. … Continue reading

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The Captain

Bob Russell likes to tell the following story. I hope it blesses you. An old, experienced fisherman was sitting on the bank of the Ohio River years ago, hoping for some action on the end of his line. A young … Continue reading

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Time to Shine

Many people agree that our nation is in a noticeable period of moral decline that has been going on for decades and shows no sign of improving. Just when we think we have hit rock bottom, society lowers the bar … Continue reading

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Taking a Stand

Bob Russell preached at the Friday morning session at the North American Christian Convention in Orlando. In his sermon, Bob reminded us that the church must not try to become more like the world in an effort to be accepted … Continue reading

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With the Great Ones

We had some wonderful speakers at the North American Christian Convention in Orlando this week. I felt privileged to get close to some of them. I sat just a few feet away from Reggie McNeal as he presented a seminar. … Continue reading

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Keep Your Focus

In his book When God Builds a Church, Bob Russell remembers a time when he visited a restaurant called The Pancake Factory. He says that the luncheon special that day was a grilled chicken sandwich with spicy Mexican sauce. He … Continue reading

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