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Sex (Part IV)

Today’s post is another written by Benj Miller, a former Radical Mentee. Benj is a brand and culture consultant that founded an agency in Atlanta called eyespeak, which was recently acquired by Syrup Marketing. Erica and Benj have been married for 15 years and are the proud parents of four awesome kids. We’re sharing Benj…

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Sex (Part III)

Today’s blog is by Erica Miller. Erica and Benj have been married for 15 years and are the proud parents of four awesome kids. We’re sharing Benj and Erica’s posts on Christian married sex because it’s one of the things that most often trips up young couples. Men and women have such different levels of…

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Sex (Part II)

Today’s post is another written by Benj Miller, a former Radical Mentee. Benj is a brand and culture consultant that founded an agency in Atlanta called eyespeak, which was recently acquired by Syrup Marketing. Erica and Benj have been married for 15 years and are the proud parents of four awesome kids. We’re sharing Benj…

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Sex (Part I)

Today’s blog is the first in a series of guest posts written by Benj Miller, a former Radical Mentee, with complementing posts from his wife, Erica. Benj is a brand and culture consultant that founded an agency in Atlanta called eyespeak, which was recently acquired by Syrup Marketing. Erica and Benj have been married for…

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Curriculum vs. Community

Old people think they’ve seen it all. But if you keep looking, you can keep learning. Through a men’s group I’m a part of, I’ve learned that people, especially men, can avoid having to open up and truly connect with others. Always having a book to read and discuss or homework to do and share…

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Thanking and Trusting

Watching my little granddaughters play basketball, there’s the constant question – “Am I playing offense or defense?” “Who has the ball?” It’s so funny to watch them stand in their defensive positions with their hands up as their teammate dribbles by them with the ball. They know something isn’t right, but they can’t quite figure it out. In…

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Clean Conviction

“My Spirit convicts cleanly, without crushing words of shame” quotes Sarah Evans in Jesus Calling. There’s been (or is about to be) a sin, an infraction . . . a screw-up – something done or said out of selfishness or judgment or thoughtlessness. We think “I shouldn’t have said that.” “That was so insensitive of me.” “I owe…

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Crackerjack

Last Tuesday, the movie I’ve been involved with for the last few years was released to the public. Crackerjack, starring Wes Murphy and Bethany Anne Lind and narrated by Jeff Foxworthy can now be streamed from any of the major movie outlets including Amazon, Apple, Comcast, DirectTV, etc. You wonder “How did Regi Campbell get involved in a movie?”…

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He’ll Never Let Go

So a kid goes to a rock climbing place for a birthday party. His dad watches as the staff puts his son in the harness and tightens it up. The belay rope is attached and checked. The staff guy is an experienced rock climber . . . you know because he has long hair and…

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Eyes to See

My friend Dave brought me into the controversy around this picture that went viral on February 26th. Is the dress blue and black? Or gold and white? 10 million Tweets in just the first week. I say blue and black. Easy-peasy. What’s the big deal? I show it to my wife and she says “Gold…

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