Caught Not Taught Caught Not Taught
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Caught Not Taught

Posted by Kevin Harris on November 19, 2018

You know the scene . . . the one in Home Alone when the McCallister family wakes up and realizes they all slept through their alarms and are about to miss their flight to Paris. The chaos begins . . . Clothes thrown everywhere. Food shoved down throats or not eaten at all. Quick showers….

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

The World Cup of Parenting The World Cup of Parenting
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The World Cup of Parenting

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 26, 2018

As I’ve shared in the past, we’re a baseball family. It is in our genetic makeup . . . my dad played college ball and some of my fondest memories of him involve learning how to catch his infamous knuckleball. However, the World Cup recently captured our attention. Freddie Freeman and Mike Trout jerseys were…

The Voice of Dad The Voice of Dad
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The Voice of Dad

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 19, 2018

Ask guys about the first thing they remember, and there he’ll be. Somewhere in the picture is their dad. In my first memory, I’m standing in front of the mirror wearing my brand-new white short-sleeved shirt with a big blue and red stripe across the front. First-grade school pictures are today. My dad is combing…

The Difference Between Fathers and Mentors The Difference Between Fathers and Mentors
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The Difference Between Fathers and Mentors

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 2, 2018

Fathers can be mentors, but mentors aren’t necessarily fathers. Mentors choose to mentor, but once a man becomes a father, he is always the father. I believe that’s why God chose the father-son paradigm to explain the relationship He wants with us. God as the permanent, perfect, never going away, never giving up, always giving and forgiving Father. And…

940 Saturdays 940 Saturdays
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940 Saturdays

Posted by Mark Butler on June 7, 2018

Today’s post comes from one of my good friends, Mark Butler. Mark survived my group in 2010, has served on our Board of Directors, and recently graduated his 2nd mentoring group. He is President of CXO Staffing, a boutique search firm focused on finding the best marketing talent for Atlanta-based companies. He’s deeply in love…

You Get What You Glorify You Get What You Glorify
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You Get What You Glorify

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 8, 2018

Have you ever watched as a young girl is ‘made up’ by her mom, being introduced to makeup, rouge, eyeliner, and lipstick while still an innocent little girl? Then she’s told how beautiful she is, not because she is, but because she (or her mom) are trying so hard. Have you been to a little…

The Missing Milestone The Missing Milestone
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The Missing Milestone

Posted by Jeff Henderson on November 20, 2017

Today’s post is from Jeff Henderson who leads Gwinnett Church in North Atlanta. Jeff and his good friend David Salyers have seen a need and met it with outstanding results. If you’ll ever have a middle school son or grandson, don’t miss this! Over the years, as our kids have grown older, people have often…

Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 2) Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 2)
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Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 2)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 28, 2017

If you missed Part 1 of Parentectomy – Cutting Yourself Loose on Thursday, you can view it here. I’d always thought of the parentectomy as the child ‘cutting the cord’ from the parent. Until recently, I’d never thought about the other side of the parentectomy . . . the need for the parent to cut…

Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 1) Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 1)
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Parentectomy – Cutting Your Kid Loose (Part 1)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 24, 2017

Ever heard of a parentectomy? I’m sure you can guess what it means . . .  the removal of a parent(s) from their kids. According to MecidineNet, the term was coined by Dr. M. Murray Peshkin when he worked at the Children’s Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver, CO. He observed a number of patients…

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