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…

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
Fatherhood

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…

Take Good Care of Your Mother Take Good Care of Your Mother
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Take Good Care of Your Mother

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 18, 2017

“Take good care of your mother . . . and remember to be kind.” – Jackson Browne, The Only Child Last Sunday was Mother’s Day. Hopefully you made a phone call, sent a card, flowers, bought lunch or went to visit. But that was almost a week ago by the time you read this. What…

Saying No Saying No
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Saying No

Posted by Regi Campbell on March 12, 2015

Today’s post is from Ben Ackerman, a mentee from my 2012 group. Ben is President of Southern Experience, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises. Experience is a fan experience technology company serving over 200 properties in the live entertainment industry. Ben and his wife Dawn have three beautiful children and live in Alpharetta,…

Elevator Buttons Elevator Buttons
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Elevator Buttons

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 16, 2015

“Friends are like elevator buttons,” says my friend Brian Moore. “They’ll take you up or they’ll take you down…Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future,” he says. “New friends will meet you right where you are,” says Rusty Gordon. “But they won’t leave you there. Over time, they’ll take you up or…

History Gives Permission History Gives Permission
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History Gives Permission

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 9, 2015

Years ago, I had a debate with a good friend about how much of your past you share with your kids. He’d used a fair amount of drugs while in school and thought, “I need to be transparent about it. When I tell them my story, they’ll see that drugs aren’t the best way to…

Developing a Family Constitution Developing a Family Constitution
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Developing a Family Constitution

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 4, 2014

The U.S. Constitution stands as one of the most brilliant pieces ever written. It dances gracefully on the edge between law and grace. Freedom and responsibility. It’s the ultimate arbiter of disputes in our local, regional and national political systems. It’s a beautiful thing. Several years ago, I stumbled across the idea of developing a…

“This way of life…” “This way of life…”
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“This way of life…”

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 10, 2012

Being all wrapped up in mentoring, I ‘light up’ when I find a Scripture that says something related to disciple-making. As I neared the end of the book of Matthew the other morning, I knew I was about to read the ‘great commission’. I’ve quoted it forever. But reading The Message paraphrase by Eugene Peterson,…

Are You a Thermostat or a Thermometer? Are You a Thermostat or a Thermometer?
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Are You a Thermostat or a Thermometer?

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 10, 2012

Most of the marriage conflict I hear about comes from a husband or wife getting upset about something the other one said. A moment of insensitivity, a thoughtless comment, a selfish reaction to a spouse who wants to do something you don’t want to do and BAM! You’re upset. She’s upset. Someone’s not speaking. The…

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