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Confession

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 11, 2019

  Nowadays, we talk about transparency. But for centuries, it was called confession. It’s the idea of telling another Jesus-follower your failures and misdeeds. Confessing sin to one another was a huge part of the early church and perhaps a big part of its profound power and influence. Over the years, private confession to a priest replaced…

Stuck in the Roundabout Stuck in the Roundabout
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Stuck in the Roundabout

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 7, 2019

My counselor friend Kathy is one of the smartest people I know. Not just book smart, she’s street smart too. I was telling her how every married couple I know struggles with sex, money, or extended family (parents, in-laws, siblings, cousins, etc.) She said those were manifestations of a problem but not the real problem….

Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It” Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It”
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Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It”

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 4, 2019

One of the distinguishing characteristics of Radical Mentoring is its requirement that everyone attends every meeting and shows up on time. Like many things, this was born of one motive but then morphed with a wonderful but unintended consequence. In the beginning, I didn’t think it was fair for me, the mentor, to go to…

Change Culture or Create New Culture? Change Culture or Create New Culture?
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Change Culture or Create New Culture?

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 31, 2019

I’ve never really been into Halloween. And as horror movie images become more connected to real-life happenings, I find it harder to be lighthearted about macabre murder scenes and bloodied faces. And while I’m not a doomsday kind of guy, I have to confess that our current culture is getting to me a little bit….

Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood
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Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 28, 2019

Over the years, several guys have circled back after their mentoring group and thanked me for being their spiritual father. Even though Radical Mentoring hasn’t used these words, spiritual fatherhood is often the result of our mentoring process. The idea is to come alongside another man in love, help him find and follow Jesus, and…

Known and Needed Known and Needed
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Known and Needed

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 24, 2019

Following Jesus was never intended to be an individual sport. Jesus always had His guys walking with Him. As He helped His disciples develop their faith, He sent them out . . . not alone, but together. Two-by-two. Jesus knew how hard it would be for us to follow Him. Living selflessly, humbly, generously, forgiving…

Getting Humble Getting Humble
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Getting Humble

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 21, 2019

When people strive to be somebody, they’re often trying to be somebody else. But look around at the people you admire most, and you’ll find humility. Humility may be the most revered character trait from God’s perspective. “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven,” said Jesus. So how do…

Gaining Perspective Gaining Perspective
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Gaining Perspective

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 17, 2019

Sometimes I say stuff and think, “Hmm, that sounded pretty good! I wonder if I made that up?” Usually, it was from Andy Stanley or another person smarter than me. But to make sure, I google it. If the author doesn’t pop up, maybe I did come up with it. So, here’s one . ….

Magic Words Magic Words
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Magic Words

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 14, 2019

Every husband would love to have magic words that light up his wife’s heart. There aren’t any. But I recently picked up a couple of phrases that have helped us avoid contention and communicate better. Here’s the kind of conversation that can set me off . . . Miriam: “Regi, if you would put the…

Is Your Marriage Worth the Risk? Is Your Marriage Worth the Risk?
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Is Your Marriage Worth the Risk?

Posted by Kevin Harris on October 10, 2019

We’ve all heard Newton’s Third Law, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” When I bounce a ball, the force of the ball on the ground causes a reaction, and the ball bounces back. When I shoot a gun, the gun kicks back. It’s a principle of physics we know and understand…

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