Debt Perception Debt Perception

Debt Perception

Posted by Kevin Harris on October 29, 2018

As I’ve gotten older (42 now . . . but you know, age is just a number), I’ve begun to notice a few changes in my eyesight. I’ve had to add reading glasses of varying strengths to my briefcase, and I may even have to go back to wearing glasses when I drive. The change…

Unclaimed Grace Unclaimed Grace

Unclaimed Grace

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 27, 2017

When I was 23 years old, I got my first promotion with AT&T, was put over the business office in Greenville, South Carolina and given responsibility for managing Betty, Mary and Janie. A few months into it, I was called into my boss’ office on a Monday morning for what seemed to be an important…

Eucatastrophe Eucatastrophe


Posted by Regi Campbell on June 29, 2015

It seems like every day there’s another catastrophe. Another massacre, beheading, tornado or capsized ferry. With instant news and constant repetition, we’re hit in the heart with shocking events and bad news. But the God of the universe is good . . . all the time! He hasn’t lost His way. He hasn’t gone bad….

Counting on the Curve Counting on the Curve

Counting on the Curve

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 11, 2015

Do you remember when a teacher or professor would grade on the curve? They’d give the test, take the scores and scale them out on a bell-shaped curve, declare the top 10% “A’s”, the bottom 10% “F’s” and spread the rest of us into “B”, “C” and “D” categories by default. I liked my chances…

Amused and Amazed Amused and Amazed

Amused and Amazed

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 9, 2015

Psalm 139 is intriguing. David says things like “You hem me in – before and behind,” and “Where can I flee from your presence?” and “Before a word is on my tongue, you know it completely.” It’s like he’s trapped by God . . . but he loves it! There’s a smile on David’s face….

Winning Winning


Posted by Regi Campbell on October 1, 2014

We all want to win. These four guys won the Radical Mentoring Golf Classic on Monday. Tops among 22 teams. Since a defining characteristic of a mentor is humility, I remind these guys that the gap between their ‘low net’ of 50 and par 72 was filled by effort and skill for sure. But also…

Bitter or Better? Bitter or Better?

Bitter or Better?

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 30, 2014

One of the most gentle people I know has a customer who hates him. He’s made up his mind and there’s no changing it. My friend goes the extra mile and then 7 more for his customers. I can’t imagine anyone hating him. Heck, I can’t imagine any one not liking him. But this customer…

The Motivation of Grace The Motivation of Grace

The Motivation of Grace

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 23, 2014

This post is taken from John Lynch’s book On My Worst Day and used with permission. John rocked our world at Radical Mentor Bootcamp in February. We highly recommend his books and all the materials at TrueFaced.com. I start every mentoring group with Bo’s Café . . . an awesome read!   Pyracantha is nearly…

How Are You Defined? How Are You Defined?

How Are You Defined?

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 12, 2014

A young dad pours out his heart over his teenaged son. The kids’ been taught to do the right thing . . . loved consistently, mentored, challenged and developed to be a college freshman who doesn’t make the same mistakes as his dad. He goes off to college and what happens? He finds women, alcohol,…

Scot-Free and Debt-Free Scot-Free and Debt-Free

Scot-Free and Debt-Free

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 12, 2014

Imagine you have a teenage son. You’ve told him what he’s to do. It’s for his own good . . . for his protection . . . because you love him. But let’s say he does what all teenagers do at one time or another – he disobeys. Let’s say he rear-ends another car while…

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