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Who Do You Follow? Who Do You Follow?
Leadership

Who Do You Follow?

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 19, 2019

I’ll bet the word “follow” is used a billion times more today than it was ten years ago, before Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Back then, we played games like follow the leader. And we thought about following the directions or not following too closely when we were driving. Or we got nervous if we felt…

Time for a Laugh Break Time for a Laugh Break
Rest

Time for a Laugh Break

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 15, 2019

After writing blog posts all these years, I’ve learned a bit about listening to that little voice in my head. Sometimes it’s God. Sometimes it’s just my soul reminding me to take a break, be human, and laugh a little. So, I’ve dug up the following quotes from around the internet with only one intent…

What God’s Love Is (Part 2) What God’s Love Is (Part 2)
Theology

What God’s Love Is (Part 2)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 12, 2019

On Thursday, we talked about two things: 1) how we can trust those we know love us, which explains why we have a hard time trusting God if we don’t fully appreciate His love. And 2) we talked about what God’s love isn’t. Now let’s unpack what God’s love is . . . Individual and…

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1) What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)
Theology

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 8, 2019

“Jesus loves the little children, All the children of the world. Red and yellow, black and white, They are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world.” But does God love you? Does God love me? How do we know? And what does that really mean? As I wrote a few…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why I Don’t Call My Mentees

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 5, 2019

A few of the guys I’ve mentored have gotten their feelings hurt because I don’t call them. I could hide behind “I’m swamped” or “I’ve got a lot of mentees and not enough time to go around” . . . but I don’t. Truth is they have to call me. There’s a purpose here. Actually, there are…

Defining Normal Defining Normal
Fatherhood

Defining Normal

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 1, 2019

Mentoring young husbands and fathers gives me the chance to hear lots of people’s stories. I love guys in their early 30’s. They’re young and energetic, yet they’ve begun to know what they don’t know. One of the biggest things they have to decide is how they will define normal for themselves and their families. Will…

Anavah Anavah
Identity

Anavah

Posted by Dave Adamson on July 29, 2019

Today’s post is an excerpt from Dave Adamson’s book 52 Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know. He is an Australian pastor, photographer, author, content creator, and YouTuber living in Atlanta. After spending a decade as a TV reporter in Australia, Dave now serves as the Social Media Pastor at North Point Ministries. He is married…

The C-word and a Prayer Request The C-word and a Prayer Request
Prayer

The C-word and a Prayer Request

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 25, 2019

If my health records were still on paper, the stack would resemble what you might find in the office of a professor grading term papers. I won’t begin to list all the stuff this old body’s been through. Of course, the biggest deal was my lung transplant in November 2015, which restored my vitality and…

Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 2) Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 2)
Community

Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 2)

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 22, 2019

As I mentioned in my last post, I recently saw Rocketman, the Elton John biopic, whose narrative centers around his major stint in rehab as a completely broken man. As I wrote about in Part 1, Elton’s father wound was a prominent theme in the movie. But there was another striking theme I found relevant…

Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 1) Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 1)
Fatherhood

Lessons from the Rocket Man (Part 1)

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 18, 2019

The opening scene of Rocketman, the movie chronicling Elton John’s life, takes place in a rehab facility at his lowest point. It flashes back to a young Elton, then still Reginald Dwight, waiting at the top of the stairs for his dad to come home from work. When his dad finally arrives, his only words…