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The Missing Milestone The Missing Milestone
Fatherhood

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)
Fatherhood

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)
Fatherhood

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…

Which Way Did They Go? (Part 2) Which Way Did They Go? (Part 2)
Fatherhood

Which Way Did They Go? (Part 2)

Posted by Kevin Harris on August 17, 2017

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . On Monday, we covered three of the ways we often go about raising our kids . . . My Way, Your Way and Their Way. Today, I want to talk about the fourth way . . . His Way I know what…

Which Way Did They Go? (Part 1) Which Way Did They Go? (Part 1)
Fatherhood

Which Way Did They Go? (Part 1)

Posted by Kevin Harris on August 14, 2017

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . If you were to sit down with my wife and I and interview us on the current state of our marriage, you would find that the greatest area of stress for both of us – more than money or sex – is…

What the Best Negotiators Do What the Best Negotiators Do
Decision-Making

What the Best Negotiators Do

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 27, 2017

So, there’s the dad who comes home from work and is greeted by two whiny kids. “Daddy, I need this orange for my school project and Danny won’t let me have it!” Dad looks at Danny “But I need this orange for my science homework” he screams. Dad knows exactly what to do. He grabs…

Antichrist? Seriously Antichrist? Seriously
Fatherhood

Antichrist? Seriously

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 13, 2017

“This is how you can recognize the Spirit of God: Every spirit that acknowledges that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God, but every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is already…

Fire Your Father Fire Your Father
Fatherhood

Fire Your Father

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 26, 2017

Last week, I was interviewed on the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast. During the interview, I mentioned firing my father. It brought a good laugh but I wanted to take the chance to further explain myself, especially since Father’s Day just passed. On Father’s Day, you probably celebrated your dad in some way. You gave him…

The Father You Want to Be The Father You Want to Be
Fatherhood

The Father You Want to Be

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 19, 2017

I ran across this commercial while watching tv the other day and in light of Father’s Day yesterday, I wanted to share with all of you. After you watch it, I think you’ll see why I felt it didn’t really need to be accompanied by many words. Enjoy . . . Scripture: Fathers, do not…

The Curse of Criticism The Curse of Criticism
Fatherhood

The Curse of Criticism

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 26, 2016

“You need to control yourself!” “You’re screwing up!” “People in our family don’t do that!” All parents say stuff like this and it’s usually well-intended. We want our children and grandchildren to grow up to be good people. We also want our spouses to see ‘the error of their ways’ and our employees to do…