When God Breaks Your Heart… When God Breaks Your Heart…
The Least of These

When God Breaks Your Heart…

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 5, 2015

I’ve been challenged with the question “What does your heart break for?” It’s not “What breaks your heart?” Things like not buying Apple stock before it went crazy, the ding in the door of your new car, innocent people being hurt or killed, a lot of things break your heart . . . for a…

End It End It
The Least of These

End It

Posted by Daniel Kosmala on April 9, 2013

[Today is ‘Shine a Light on Slavery’ Day. We have a guest post written by Daniel Kosmala, Media & Marketing Manager for Radical Mentoring. He is 23 years old and a member of Passion City Church in Atlanta, GA. He is engaged and will marry later this year.] It’s ‘Shine a Light on Slavery’ Day…

Exposure Cures F-O-M-O… at least for a while Exposure Cures F-O-M-O… at least for a while
The Least of These

Exposure Cures F-O-M-O… at least for a while

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 13, 2012

On Monday, I laid out a five-step treatment plan for FOMO….the fear of missing out. I said we’re all running around mindlessly seeking “more”, “more”, “more”. If one nice car is good, two is better. If we’re going to re-carpet one room, we’re driven to do the whole house? If a neighbor’s kid is playing…

Dilution is the Solution to Pollution Dilution is the Solution to Pollution
The Least of These

Dilution is the Solution to Pollution

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 29, 2012

When 172 million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, one of the environmental experts put this out.  Greenpeace was appalled, but the principle stands. The reverse is true too. And it can help us understand “the more you have, the less you care.” When people struggle to stay alive, not…

The More You Have, The Less You Care The More You Have, The Less You Care
The Least of These

The More You Have, The Less You Care

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 24, 2012

Spend time in developing countries and you’ll find extremely poor people giving up what little they have to help others in need. Jeff Foxworthy volunteers at an inner city ministry here in Atlanta. Last Christmas, he gave each of the ‘down-and-out’ men $50. Then he placed a bucket on the floor and offered the guys…

The Poor Will Always Be With You The Poor Will Always Be With You
Stewardship

The Poor Will Always Be With You

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 1, 2011

The words of Jesus almost take away the urgency to help, don’t they? In the moment, Jesus was teaching his disciples the difference between the temporal and the eternal, between the practical and the divine. We’ve taken his words out of context and used them to set ourselves free from taking the needs of the…