The Rev. Dr. Larry Buxton has been an ordained United Methodist minister since 1975. He has extensive experience in leading non-profit, volunteer and religious organizations through times of stability and crisis.
Larry’s second and most recent book, 30 Days with King David, is a character-focused study of the historical King of Israel. He utilizes insights and examples from David’s life to inspire and guide leaders today. Leadership based in character and integrity will have the single greatest impact on families, business, government and congregational life.
As one public figure has said, “If you have integrity, nothing else matters. If you don’t have integrity, nothing else matters.”
Larry began Larry Buxton Coaching in 2012 and holds the ACC credential from the International Coach Federation and the BCC credential from the Center for Credentialing & Education. He is also a certified Resilient Leadership coach, drawing on the work of Murray Bowen, Ed Friedman, et al. to improve leaders’ functioning in organizations.
This grounding in the spiritual and ethical dimensions of work life guides his coaching, writing and speaking. He teaches part-time at Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C., where he earned his doctorate. In addition, Larry holds degrees from the University of Virginia and Yale Divinity School.
He is married to the former Beverly Mease, an executive coach in leadership development and public speaking. They have two married sons and two grandchildren. Larry enjoys travel and Washington Nationals baseball. He is a sought-after speaker, coach and educator.