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Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture
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Mentoring Mythbusters: Memorizing Scripture

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 6, 2020

As I look at the results from end-season surveys, one of the most significant differences from group to group is the impact of the monthly Scripture memorization. For some groups, memorizing Scripture is the most meaningful element of the mentoring season, while others think it’s a weird question for us to ask since their groups…

You Hold the Cure You Hold the Cure
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You Hold the Cure

Posted by Kevin Harris on December 16, 2019

I recently read an article about Australian man James Harrison. To most, he’s an unassuming guy in his 80’s, but to some, Harrison is known as the “Man with the Golden Arm,” because he was a blood plasma donor of epic proportions. Harrison donated his plasma an astonishing 1,173 times over sixty years. Experts estimate…

How to Manage Your Meetings How to Manage Your Meetings
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How to Manage Your Meetings

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 2, 2019

In the middle of my mentoring meeting, I look down at my watch, and it reads ten minutes until 9:00pm. But I look at my Conversation Guide, and it says it should be 8:20pm. How did I get 30 minutes behind? What do I do now? The answer . . . take a break. What?…

Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It” Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It”
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Mentoring Mythbusters: “I’m Not Going to Make It”

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 4, 2019

One of the distinguishing characteristics of Radical Mentoring is its requirement that everyone attends every meeting and shows up on time. Like many things, this was born of one motive but then morphed with a wonderful but unintended consequence. In the beginning, I didn’t think it was fair for me, the mentor, to go to…

Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood
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Mentor Summit 2020: Spiritual Fatherhood

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 28, 2019

Over the years, several guys have circled back after their mentoring group and thanked me for being their spiritual father. Even though Radical Mentoring hasn’t used these words, spiritual fatherhood is often the result of our mentoring process. The idea is to come alongside another man in love, help him find and follow Jesus, and…

How to Recruit Your (Next) Group How to Recruit Your (Next) Group
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How to Recruit Your (Next) Group

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 7, 2019

One of the first questions we hear after a guy (or a church) has embraced the idea of mentoring younger men is, “Where will I get my mentees?” Even if you’ve led a group, there’s a little bit of angst. “Will anyone else want to do this?” Well, unless God calls you away from mentoring,…

Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor
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Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor

Posted by Kevin Harris on September 2, 2019

A Christianity Today article quoted leadership guru Peter Drucker as saying that the four hardest jobs in America are, in no particular order . . . President of the United States University President CEO of a Hospital Senior Pastor The article’s disclaimer creates some question as to whether or not Drucker actually said this, but…

Why I Don’t Call My Mentees Why I Don’t Call My Mentees
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Why I Don’t Call My Mentees

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 5, 2019

A few of the guys I’ve mentored have gotten their feelings hurt because I don’t call them. I could hide behind “I’m swamped” or “I’ve got a lot of mentees and not enough time to go around” . . . but I don’t. Truth is they have to call me. There’s a purpose here. Actually, there are…

Making Time for Stories Making Time for Stories
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Making Time for Stories

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 1, 2019

Over the last few months, I’ve been asked more than once if the Story Retreat matters. I hear things like, “My men are busy . . .” “We don’t have time to get out of town . . .” Over the last few months, I’ve also heard from leaders that the Story Retreat was the…

The Golden Buddha The Golden Buddha
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The Golden Buddha

Posted by Kevin Harris on June 20, 2019

In a remote village in Thailand stood a 10-foot golden Buddha statue . . . the largest in the world. In the late 18th century, during the Burmese invasion of Thailand, the village monks covered the figure in mud fearing the invaders would steal the statue. Unfortunately, the monks died in the invasion, and the…

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