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Pastor of World's Largest Church Convicted; Lose Employees' Respect; Thank You Billy Graham |
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David Yonggi Cho, Founder Of World's Largest Megachurch, Convicted Of Embezzling $12 MillionHuffington Post Religion

This is such a sad thing to read. There is some discussion going on about what happened, but the fact is that there is a conviction and the reputation of the church is harmed. Again.

16 Ways to Lose the Respect of Your EmployeesGeoffrey James

Good advice for people with employees—a reminder I need. Actually, I read a couple of them that I need to work on.

Thank you, Billy Graham: My hero, Daddy BillBoz Tchvidjian

My friend Boz passes on some neat info and shares about a new family book.

New York Times bestselling author and speaker Stephen Mansfield joined me to discuss a wide range of topics, such as the faith of past and sitting presidents, church leadership, and manhood. In this clip, Mansfield explains the difference between righteous and dominating manhood. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:February 4, 2014 at 7:00 am

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