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You Are a Winner! You Are a Winner!
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You Are a Winner!

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 16, 2019

We all want to win. Including the golfers that are teeing off this morning at the 2019 Radical Mentoring Golf Classic (depending on when you read this, they may even be playing right now). But only one team will be this year’s champs. Since humility is a defining characteristic of a mentor, I like to…

Anavah Anavah
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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…

Names Names
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Names

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 4, 2019

I’ve never liked my name. Maybe it’s because it was so different from everyone else in my totally segregated, South Carolina elementary school. Or maybe because it was spelled weird . . . Regi. Anyone else would have spelled it phonetically R-e-g-g-i-e. But not my parents. I got half of Reginald. R-e-g-i. Maybe it was…

Kids and Adopted Kids Kids and Adopted Kids
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Kids and Adopted Kids

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 13, 2019

So, I see a pontoon boat on the pond beyond my house. In it are five kids along with a couple of guys. As they draw closer, I notice it’s three black kids, two white kids, and two white dads. It’s a good guess that an adoption occurred somewhere! These couples wanted more kids, but…

“I’m An Idiot!” “I’m An Idiot!”
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“I’m An Idiot!”

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 10, 2019

Have you ever called yourself an idiot? After accidentally dinging the shiny new car next to you, what comes out of your mouth? When you drop your mug and coffee spills everywhere, what do you say? Are you repeating what your dad or an old coach or your ex-wife called you? Maybe it didn’t stick…

Identity or Theology? Identity or Theology?
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Identity or Theology?

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 21, 2019

Okay, this may seem like a “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” kind of question, but which comes first . . . believing in God or knowing about God? Over the years, the church seems to have followed the logic that if we learn enough about God, we’ll believe in Him. So, we…

You Can’t Put the Toothpaste Back in the Tube You Can’t Put the Toothpaste Back in the Tube
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You Can’t Put the Toothpaste Back in the Tube

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 18, 2019

What’s done is done . . . you can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube . . . it’s no use crying over spilled milk. I believe it’s a gift from God . . . this dark black line between the past and now. It’s why He gave us His grace the way He…

The Power of a Name The Power of a Name
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The Power of a Name

Posted by Kevin Harris on December 24, 2018

A few months ago, this quote from Lebron James showed up on SportsCenter . . . “I still regret giving my 14-year-old my name. When I was younger, obviously, I didn’t have a dad. My whole thing was, whenever I have a kid, not only is he gonna be a Junior, but I’m gonna do…

And When He Came to Himself . . . And When He Came to Himself . . .
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And When He Came to Himself . . .

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 17, 2018

“And when he came to himself . . .” These six words might be the most important words in the world. They come from Jesus’ story of the prodigal son, recounted in Luke 15 (King James Version). The young man decides he doesn’t want to be who he’d started out to be . . ….

Which Version Do You Believe? Which Version Do You Believe?
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Which Version Do You Believe?

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 14, 2018

Your coherent narrative is the story of your life. It’s usually chronological . . . starting with where and how you grew up and the big things that happened to you leading to big changes in you. Then, where you are now, and where you see yourself going from here. It starts with remembering. In his book The Rest…

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