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Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part II) Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part II)
Fatherhood

Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part II)

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 19, 2014

Here’s the last half of “10 Things you must teach your kids about compassion” from All Pro Dad1   6.   Furry Friends Do you have a family pet? Animals teach many great qualities. Compassion is…

Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part I) Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part I)
Fatherhood

Teaching Compassion to Your Kids (Part I)

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 15, 2014

Suffering with another person shows you care about them. In the communities where we grew up, everyone showed compassion when someone was sick or hurt or their house burned down. People chipped in, cooked food,…

Dinner Together Dinner Together
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Dinner Together

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 3, 2014

I can count things my wife has been insistent about on one hand, but dinner together was always one. “When will you be home?” she’d ask. “I’m tied up…it’s going to be a little while”…

Daddy and the Checkered Flag Daddy and the Checkered Flag
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Daddy and the Checkered Flag

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 12, 2013

It’s crazy how much influence our dads have on us. If they’re involved in our lives, they shape us at the core. If they’re not, their absence shapes us at the core. No one escapes…

Fresh Friday Fresh Friday
Fatherhood

Fresh Friday

Posted by Daniel Kosmala on October 18, 2013

I’ve been thinking a lot about Fatherhood lately, specifically as it pertains to a relationship with our Heavenly Father. Being an adopted son of the God of the Universe is one of the most profound…

How Will You Define ‘Normal’? How Will You Define ‘Normal’?
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How Will You Define ‘Normal’?

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 7, 2013

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….

Mad, Sad or Glad Mad, Sad or Glad
Fatherhood

Mad, Sad or Glad

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 29, 2013

Few things in life matter more than the emotional connection between a kid and his dad. It has to start early and be refreshed often. If Dad isn’t there to talk about little things with…

Clear the Decks Clear the Decks
Fatherhood

Clear the Decks

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 15, 2013

Ever thought about where the phrase “Clear the decks” came from? Pretend you’re interested even if you aren’t, okay? The phrase comes from the navy. It means ‘remove everything from the decks of the ship…

Fire Your Father Fire Your Father
Fatherhood

Fire Your Father

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 17, 2013

So it’s the day after Father’s Day. You gave him a call, a dozen golf balls, or maybe lunch out with the family. Now fire him. That’s right…fire him! If you’re an adult, you’re out…

Mentors and Fathers…Two Different Things Mentors and Fathers…Two Different Things
Fatherhood

Mentors and Fathers…Two Different Things

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 13, 2013

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’…