Ron and Cindy Wofford

Ron and Cindy Wofford have written and presented successful seminars on a variety of subjects applicable to family, ministry and leadership. Their seminars have brought laughter, insight and revelation throughout the United States and Canada, in both casual and classroom environments.

Family Matters

Realizing the attack that the modern family is under, this seminar addresses issues that every family faces and offers practical tips for maintaining a spiritual sanctuary in the home.

Doctrine Matters

In a post-Christian world, there is an ever-increasing need for strong doctrinal teaching in our churches. These seminars include topics such as The Way of Holiness, Christian Character, Wisdom’s Storehouse, Living the Blessings of the Beatitudes, The Book of Romans, and several others. Individual requests for specific topical teaching can also be accommodated.

Leadership Matters

Effectively embracing and communicating a vision is vital for any growing church. This seminar focuses on strengthening the servant leader regardless of what leadership role they have in the local assembly. Topics include 10 Essential Qualities of A Leader, Overcoming Obstacles, Five Essential Links to Visionary Leadership, and others.

Marriage Matters

Strong marriages build strong families, which in turn build strong churches. This seminar (also known as, “Always Kiss Me Goodnight”) is designed to help couples understand how to better communicate with their spouse. Topics include Keeping the Heart in Your Treasure, Butterflies and Buffalos, The Five Love Languages.


We have been immensely blessed by the ministry of Ron Wofford. His practical teaching, approachable style, and charming wit have been a hit with our congregation. We’ve had him for several years to both preach and conduct leadership and marriage seminars. You’ll be glad you invited him!

Jay Jones

Pastor, Pentecostals of Kentwood

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