How to Have 100% of Your Prayers Answered How to Have 100% of Your Prayers Answered
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How to Have 100% of Your Prayers Answered

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 17, 2018

I don’t know about you, but sometimes a single Scripture verse trips me up so bad I can’t get by it. It’ll keep cycling and cycling. Eventually, I roll on because I believe the Bible is true and I know God loves me. So, I just leave it . . . but not really. Number…

Learning About Prayer in a Foreign Land Learning About Prayer in a Foreign Land
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Learning About Prayer in a Foreign Land

Posted by Doug Starr on April 30, 2018

Today’s post is from Doug Starr, a Radical Mentor, and longtime friend. He currently serves as EVP – Marketing at Allure – A Christie Company. He’s deeply in love with Jesus, his wife Wanda, his adult children and his five grandkids. Doug lives near Atlanta, GA. A few years ago, I had the fortune of…

What’s Your Watts? What’s Your Watts?
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What’s Your Watts?

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 8, 2018

Walk into a dark room and flip the light switch. Darkness disappears, replaced by light. In fact, darkness isn’t really a ‘thing’ in and of itself.  Just something that happens when there’s no light. Genesis 1:4 recounts the creation of light . . . “And God saw the light, that it was good: and God…

Resolutions? Resolutions?
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Resolutions?

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 19, 2017

A long time ago, I used to make New Year’s resolutions. They were mostly stupid. “I’m going to eat no more than 2200 calories a day.” “I’m going to the gym and workout every day.” “I’m going to go a whole year without arguing with my wife.” “I’m going to have a quiet time every…

Before . . . Before . . .
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Before . . .

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 14, 2016

Last post was about praying and then resting after you’re done. This one’s about the other end of it. What do you do first? What precedes your prayer? If you’re a music person . . . especially if you like praise and worship music, I highly recommend a young artist named Lauren Daigle. She sounds…

Pray . . . Then Rest Pray . . . Then Rest
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Pray . . . Then Rest

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 11, 2016

I’ve always had this tension about prayer. Here’s the part I ‘get’ . . . Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you (1 Thess. 5:16-18 ESV). This is ‘abiding in Christ’ . . . ‘walking with God’ . . . living a life…

God at His Typewriter God at His Typewriter
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God at His Typewriter

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 10, 2015

Imagine God at His typewriter. He uses a typewriter because He loves it . . . there’s no ‘delete’ key because He never makes a mistake. No white out. No correction paper. When He writes our stories, they happen just as He envisions them. Amazing. But when does He write them? No one knows. Did…

Tension and Trust in Prayer Tension and Trust in Prayer
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Tension and Trust in Prayer

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 30, 2015

C.S. Lewis, in his Letters to Malcolm . . . “Well, let’s now at any rate come clean. Prayer is irksome. An excuse to omit it is never unwelcome. When it is over, this casts a feeling of relief and holiday over the rest of the day. We are reluctant to begin. We are delighted to…

The Scriptwriter and the Timelessness of Prayer The Scriptwriter and the Timelessness of Prayer
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The Scriptwriter and the Timelessness of Prayer

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 4, 2014

Okay, I’m going to be really, really honest with you. What I’m going to say, I’d like to keep this between us, okay? I’m trusting you here . . . I’ve had my doubts about prayer. When I first hit my health issues, I thought, “I don’t know whether to ask people to pray for…

5 (More) Thoughts on Prayer 5 (More) Thoughts on Prayer
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5 (More) Thoughts on Prayer

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 23, 2014

With the goal of ‘emptying my bucket’ on the subject, here goes . . . 1. Some of my prayers, if answered, might not be in my best interest or in the best interest of others. Sometimes, suffering is both necessary and productive, although it’s hard to see it from our limited human perspective. I…

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