Connect with Her Feelings Connect with Her Feelings
Marriage

Connect with Her Feelings

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 1, 2018

Listening to your wife takes more than just hearing what she’s saying. One of the most helpless feelings in the world is for your wife to say “I just don’t feel like I have a voice.” Especially after you’ve explained a situation or decision to her for the third time and you’re sure you’ve listened…

Debt Perception Debt Perception
Grace

Debt Perception

Posted by Kevin Harris on October 29, 2018

As I’ve gotten older (42 now . . . but you know, age is just a number), I’ve begun to notice a few changes in my eyesight. I’ve had to add reading glasses of varying strengths to my briefcase, and I may even have to go back to wearing glasses when I drive. The change…

God’s Breath God’s Breath
Walking the Talk

God’s Breath

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 25, 2018

It’s Your breath in our lungs So we pour out our praise We pour out our praise It’s Your breath in our lungs So we pour out our praise to You only  You give life, You are love You bring light to the darkness You give hope, You restore Every heart that is broken Great…

6 Dads You Should Seek Out in Your Church 6 Dads You Should Seek Out in Your Church
Fatherhood

6 Dads You Should Seek Out in Your Church

Posted by Ryan Sanders on October 22, 2018

Today’s post comes from Ryan Sanders, the Director of Outreach for our friends at Manhood Journey, a fatherhood ministry helping dads build godly men. If you enjoy this post, check out their eBook Identify and Destroy. It covers these six obstacles and how to remove them in more detail . . . There’s one thing…

Do You Have a Giving Goal? Do You Have a Giving Goal?
Stewardship

Do You Have a Giving Goal?

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 18, 2018

Over the first 33 years of my life, I probably gave less than $2,000 to the church and charity . . . total! But when God showed up in my life, I quickly realized that He owned everything. My career, my wife, my kids, my health . . . everything. As I started to read…

Stealing Her Thunder Stealing Her Thunder
Marriage

Stealing Her Thunder

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 15, 2018

Ever have someone finish your sentences for you? Irritating isn’t it? I have a friend who finishes my sentences. Every single one. He doesn’t do it consciously, but it’s distracting just the same. When I noticed my friend’s habit, I started paying attention, and I soon noticed someone else doing it. You guessed it ….

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Community

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Posted by Kevin Harris on October 11, 2018

This summer there was a fair amount of attention on Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a documentary on the life of Fred Rogers. Confession: unless Mr. Rogers removed his red cardigan to take on spies in a foreign land, save the world or score the winning run, I knew I wasn’t going to watch this…

Radical Wisdom Radical Wisdom
Leadership

Radical Wisdom

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 8, 2018

If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time, you probably already know this, but . . . over the course of the sixty-five years I’ve been awake and conscious, I’ve been a collector of principles. Even before I became a Jesus-follower, I picked up “work smart and not so hard” from my boss…

Action vs. Analysis Action vs. Analysis
Leadership

Action vs. Analysis

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 4, 2018

Ok, here I go again, quoting my friend John Richie . . . “Action reveals options analysis will never find.”  I like this quote because it agrees with so many others woven into the fabric of my being. Like . . . “You can’t steer a parked car.” “Ready, fire, aim.” “Try it, do it,…

Mentor Mythbusters: Guys Can’t/Won’t/Don’t Read (Part 2) Mentor Mythbusters: Guys Can’t/Won’t/Don’t Read (Part 2)
Mentoring

Mentor Mythbusters: Guys Can’t/Won’t/Don’t Read (Part 2)

Posted by Kevin Harris on October 1, 2018

Last month, we began with the assumption that men aren’t readers . . . but went on to discuss a few observations about how Radical Mentoring groups can change that. Along the same lines, mentors often ask if the format of the book matters. Can my men listen to their books via Audible? Are e-readers…