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Dealing with Your “Stuff” Dealing with Your “Stuff”
Decision-Making

Dealing with Your “Stuff”

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 16, 2020

Years ago, a young friend of mine was screwing up his marriage so bad, I could hardly watch. If there’s a list of things to do wrong, he checked every box. My friend John is the one I always go to when I don’t know what to do. So, I asked John how I should…

The Unhurried Life The Unhurried Life
Priorities

The Unhurried Life

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 13, 2020

If you’ve been tracking new book releases in both the Christian and the secular space, you may have noticed a theme . . . a bevy of titles focusing on distraction and hurry. Our inability to disconnect from email, social media, and our devices is leading to wandering minds and meaningless relationships. In his book…

A Smile on His Face A Smile on His Face
Prayer

A Smile on His Face

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 9, 2020

I find Psalm 139 intriguing. In it, David says things like, “You hem me in behind and before,” and “Where can I flee from your presence?” and “Before a word is on my tongue you, Lord, know it completely.” It’s like he’s trapped by God . . . but he loves it! When I read…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 6, 2020

As I look at the results from end-season surveys, one of the most significant differences from group to group is the impact of the monthly Scripture memorization. For some groups, memorizing Scripture is the most meaningful element of the mentoring season, while others think it’s a weird question for us to ask since their groups…

10 Things I Learned in 2019 10 Things I Learned in 2019
Things I Learned

10 Things I Learned in 2019

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 2, 2020

Every year I put together a net-out of the biggest, best-est things I personally learned over the year. Below is my list for this year (view past years here). I hope it might help you or at least be interesting . . . God wants me to become more aware of His presence . ….

The Goodness of God The Goodness of God
Theology

The Goodness of God

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 30, 2019

Back in July, I wrote about my cancer’s comeback. Radiation therapy didn’t stop it. It’s now in other places. Only one treatment option remains, and it’s a Hail Mary pass. Lots of people are praying for us, asking for a miracle. When praying for a miracle, it’s easy to get desperate and pray things like…

Another Year, Another Christmas Another Year, Another Christmas
Walking the Talk

Another Year, Another Christmas

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 26, 2019

So, what do we do now that Christmas is over? How do we get back from the tornado of food and wrapping paper? Short days of early winter. Slow work schedules and hours of football. What do we do next? In a word . . . worship. Matthew 2:1-2 says, “After Jesus was born in Bethlehem ….

Come to Him Come to Him
Grace

Come to Him

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 23, 2019

Christmas. It’s the beginning of a new day. A new era. Instead of saying, “Go, perform well by following the law” (which no one could ever do), Jesus arrives and simply says, “Come!” For all of history, the children of God were told, “Go, and take heed unto thy steps as to the path in which…

Time to Reflect Time to Reflect
Rest

Time to Reflect

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 19, 2019

Years ago, at a Christmas gathering, I was asked a question I’d never been asked before . . . “What do you enjoy about Christmas that no one else knows about?” My answer was weird, but I couldn’t lie. “I enjoy reflecting.” As the end of the year approaches and Christmas softens my heart, I…

You Hold the Cure You Hold the Cure
Mentoring

You Hold the Cure

Posted by Kevin Harris on December 16, 2019

I recently read an article about Australian man James Harrison. To most, he’s an unassuming guy in his 80’s, but to some, Harrison is known as the “Man with the Golden Arm,” because he was a blood plasma donor of epic proportions. Harrison donated his plasma an astonishing 1,173 times over sixty years. Experts estimate…

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