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New ‘Be’ Resolutions New ‘Be’ Resolutions
Character

New ‘Be’ Resolutions

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 14, 2019

You don’t need me to tell you how few people live out their New Year’s resolutions. And apparently, people’s expectations for resolutions aren’t even particularly high. According to an article I read in Business Insider, 94% of people say you should keep your resolution for at least a month. By March, the number is down…

Why Belonging Matters Why Belonging Matters
Church

Why Belonging Matters

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 10, 2019

We all want to belong. God made us to belong. From Eden to everyman, there’s a deep need for attachment and belonging. We want to be included in things with other people. Someone asked famous writer and poet Carl Sandburg what his least favorite word was. His answer? Exclusive. I smile at the number of…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why “Radical?” Mentoring Mythbusters: Why “Radical?”
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why “Radical?”

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 7, 2019

If you look up “radical” in the dictionary, one of the definitions reads “very different from the usual or traditional.” Different, extreme, and countercultural are among the synonyms. So, when I get asked the question, “What makes it Radical Mentoring?” a few answers come to mind . . . One-on-one vs. group: For most people,…

10 Things I Learned in 2018 10 Things I Learned in 2018
Things I Learned

10 Things I Learned in 2018

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 3, 2019

Every year for a long time, I’ve reflected on the past 12 months and netted out the most significant things I learned. Here’s this year’s edition (go here to see previous years’ lists) . . . Stop protecting God and get comfortable with the gap. I often hesitate to pray for certain things because the…

The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018 The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018
Walking the Talk

The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018

Posted by Radical Mentoring on December 31, 2018

I’ve you’ve been in a mentoring group or hung around us for any amount of time, you know we value reading. Disciples of Jesus are followers and learners, right? And reading quality books is a great way to learn. So, our team wanted to share with you some of the best books we read in…

Behaving to Believing Behaving to Believing
Community

Behaving to Believing

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 27, 2018

Most evangelicals (myself included) have lived under the idea that a person comes to believe in Jesus and then their behavior will change. A true statement, but it doesn’t always happen that way. Yes, there are those who have a Damascus road experience leading to immediately transformed lives. But stories abound of men and women…

The Power of a Name The Power of a Name
Identity

The Power of a Name

Posted by Kevin Harris on December 24, 2018

A few months ago, this quote from Lebron James showed up on SportsCenter . . . “I still regret giving my 14-year-old my name. When I was younger, obviously, I didn’t have a dad. My whole thing was, whenever I have a kid, not only is he gonna be a Junior, but I’m gonna do…

When Tears Appear, the Spirit is Near When Tears Appear, the Spirit is Near
Theology

When Tears Appear, the Spirit is Near

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 20, 2018

Here’s a new one for you . . . when tears appear, the Spirit is near. Ok, it’s not in the Bible. My words, not His. But it’s my experience. Let me explain. And don’t go ‘deep theology’ on me, at least not until you’ve heard me out. There are two kinds of spirits people…

And When He Came to Himself . . . And When He Came to Himself . . .
Identity

And When He Came to Himself . . .

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 17, 2018

“And when he came to himself . . .” These six words might be the most important words in the world. They come from Jesus’ story of the prodigal son, recounted in Luke 15 (King James Version). The young man decides he doesn’t want to be who he’d started out to be . . ….

Don’t Be a Sheepdog Leader Don’t Be a Sheepdog Leader
Leadership

Don’t Be a Sheepdog Leader

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 13, 2018

When I visited New Zealand years ago, I saw a demonstration of the well-trained working sheepdogs who daily move the sheep from place to place. Incredibly quick and extremely tenacious, the dogs reminded me of some of the bosses I’ve had and unfortunately, of some of my own leadership early on. I thought I was…

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