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Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Commencement? Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Commencement?
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Commencement?

Posted by Jackson Beetler on April 1, 2019

One of the best things about mentoring men the Radical Mentoring way is commencement. We used to call it graduation. But graduation says, “I’m done.” Commencement says, “I’m beginning.” Just like Jesus sent out His guys, commencement starts a new phase. So, what begins with commencement? Accountability is now self-imposed, as opposed to a built-in…

Mentor Summit Recap: This Way of Life Mentor Summit Recap: This Way of Life
Mentoring

Mentor Summit Recap: This Way of Life

Posted by Kevin Harris on March 28, 2019

When our team comes up with a theme for our annual Mentor Summit, we never really know how it will take shape over the weekend. This past weekend in the North Georgia mountains, men from across the country gathered for our 6th Summit. Some were mentors, some were pastors, some were invited by a friend…

Nobody Saw It Coming Nobody Saw It Coming
Theology

Nobody Saw It Coming

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 25, 2019

In a recent post, I shared some thoughts on Tim Keller’s assessment of modern culture. How people today are “living their truth” instead of “living the Truth.” Honestly, that post left me depressed and sad. The Christian life of meaning, contentment, and hope amid suffering sounds pretty lofty when compared to the notion of doing…

Identity or Theology? Identity or Theology?
Identity

Identity or Theology?

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 21, 2019

Okay, this may seem like a “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” kind of question, but which comes first . . . believing in God or knowing about God? Over the years, the church seems to have followed the logic that if we learn enough about God, we’ll believe in Him. So, we…

Your Truth or His Truth Your Truth or His Truth
Theology

Your Truth or His Truth

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 18, 2019

One of our board members recently spent time with Tim Keller, who has written numerous books, built a thriving church in New York City, and is now working on a church planting movement in the cities of America. He’s become one of the most respected voices on Christianity, the church, and modern-day culture. Here’s a…

Brokenness Brokenness
Priorities

Brokenness

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 14, 2019

Every committed Jesus-follower I know tells a story of brokenness. For some (like me), the brokenness led to true faith. We found ourselves in the middle of a marriage meltdown, or personal financial crisis. Or maybe we’re stuck in conflict with our boss and can see the handwriting on the wall, or we’ve realized that…

Following Jesus . . . in Eight Words Following Jesus . . . in Eight Words
Prayer

Following Jesus . . . in Eight Words

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 11, 2019

“Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me. Melt me, mold me, fill me, use me. Spirit of the Living God, Fall fresh on me.” – Daniel Iverson, “Spirit of the Living God” The words of this worship chorus have lived in the back of my head for decades. But recently, I stumbled upon…

How Wives Can Help Mentees How Wives Can Help Mentees
Marriage

How Wives Can Help Mentees

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 7, 2019

The other day, the wife of a leader in a church that just launched Radical Mentoring asked me what I thought she (and other wives) could do to best support their husbands as they go through a mentoring group. She added, “The obvious answer is to pray for them and we will, but is there more?”…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Survey Says . . . Mentoring Mythbusters: Survey Says . . .
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Survey Says . . .

Posted by Kevin Harris on March 4, 2019

If you’ve been hanging around us for a while, you’ll know that a few years back we shifted from equipping independent mentors to launch mentoring groups to equipping churches to launch mentoring programs. Why the shift? There were a few reasons, one being that churches have more capacity to launch sustainable programs that develop and…

The Bridge to Nowhere The Bridge to Nowhere
Decision-Making

The Bridge to Nowhere

Posted by Kevin Harris on February 28, 2019

As I’m sure you know, the city of Atlanta hosted this year’s Super Bowl. Officials estimated approximately 150,000 out of town guests and over 1 million total people would attend the game or the various events leading up to it. Two separate stories caught my eye during the week leading up to the big game….