Exhausted and Renewed

Today’s recap of last weekend’s Mentor Summit comes from our Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . Exhausted and renewed . . . the two words I would use to describe how I felt after this last weekend’s Mentor Summit. It is amazing to see what God does in a room of 100+ men, amidst…

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trust

Disgust Leads to . . . Trust?

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Manager of Church Relationships and our newest team member Trey Brush. We are super excited to have him on board and wanted to introduce him to you and let you hear a little bit of his story . . . It’s often said that people only change because of…

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God

So . . . How Do You See God?

How do you see God? As judge? Police chief? Santa Claus? Genie in a bottle? Loving? Cruel? Distant? Available? Smiling? Angry? Irrelevant? Powerless? Be honest. How do you really see God in your mind? How we see God may be one of the most important decisions we’ll ever make. When we’re first confronted with this…

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Resurrection

Because of the Resurrection

The following headline popped up on my iPhone as I was rushing my family out the door to get to church on time . . . “45 Christians die in two separate bombing incidents in Egypt on Palm Sunday” I read it, but it didn’t make me slow down . . . didn’t make me…

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humility

Before Honor is Humility

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…

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God

For God or With God?

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Media & Marketing Manager Jackson Beetler . . .  If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, or if you’ve heard Regi tell his story, you know that when he was a young buck, his primary focus was on what he could accomplish at work. He wanted to go…

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leadership

A Lifetime’s Worth of Leadership Principles (Part I)

Recently I was asked to speak about leading in our current culture and how to prepare the next generation of leaders coming behind us. I made the mistake of saying ‘yes’ to the invite, requiring me to sort through the leadership principles I’ve collected and used over the years. So rather than sharing them with…

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Jesus

The Split Personality of Jesus

Okay, I know the title of this post makes you want to hit delete, but before you do, let’s take a deep dive into the personality of Jesus. All my life I’ve heard, Jesus referred to as fully man, fully God . . . 100% human and 100% divine at the same time. Going back…

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split personality

Split Personality

Ever feel like you don’t know yourself? “Did that actually come out of my mouth?!?” Someone cuts you off in traffic and words come out of your mouth you’d never use in prayer. Then you’re at a funeral wake and feel tears well up as you hug the widow and pray for her. The tears…

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