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Dealing with your Doubt Dealing with your Doubt
Theology

Dealing with your Doubt

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 14, 2019

We all experience doubt about our faith. It will wax and wane, but it’s never going to be completely extinguished. So, what do we do in those moments of doubt? We have to choose to believe. Here are a few things I try to remember and choose to believe when I’m experiencing doubt . ….

Conviction Keeps Us on Track Conviction Keeps Us on Track
Theology

Conviction Keeps Us on Track

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 26, 2019

On the news one night, I watched a criminal’s sentencing after he was convicted of a crime. The judge ranted, calling the guy shameful, subhuman, and despicable, among other things. Maybe he deserved it, but I was struck by the impact those words had on him. He was weeping, his head hung as low as…

Transactional Faith Transactional Faith
Theology

Transactional Faith

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 26, 2019

I’m an evangelical. I want everyone to find and follow Jesus. I believe He’s a choice you can make, not an inherited relationship that’s handed down from your parents, your church, or your christening as a baby. Salvation is an invitation you can accept. (Calvinists and Reformed peeps . . . please cut me some…

What God’s Love Is (Part 2) What God’s Love Is (Part 2)
Theology

What God’s Love Is (Part 2)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 12, 2019

On Thursday, we talked about two things: 1) how we can trust those we know love us, which explains why we have a hard time trusting God if we don’t fully appreciate His love. And 2) we talked about what God’s love isn’t. Now let’s unpack what God’s love is . . . Individual and…

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1) What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)
Theology

What God’s Love Isn’t (Part 1)

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 8, 2019

“Jesus loves the little children, All the children of the world. Red and yellow, black and white, They are precious in His sight. Jesus loves the little children of the world.” But does God love you? Does God love me? How do we know? And what does that really mean? As I wrote a few…

The Personal Theology Statement (Part 2) The Personal Theology Statement (Part 2)
Theology

The Personal Theology Statement (Part 2)

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 15, 2019

In my last post, I introduced you to the Personal Theology Statement and challenged you to write one for yourself.  I’m going to put myself at great personal risk and share mine here. Please . . . I don’t intend to create a theological battle. I’m not trying to convince you that my theology is…

The Personal Theology Statement (Part 1) The Personal Theology Statement (Part 1)
Theology

The Personal Theology Statement (Part 1)

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 11, 2019

I lived for years with a distorted view of God and some really poor theology, in part, because I never really confronted what I truly believed and what I didn’t. And now it’s become a burden as I see the same thing in others all the time. People stay away from God because He didn’t…

Faith vs. Trust Faith vs. Trust
Theology

Faith vs. Trust

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 8, 2019

As I spoke with a friend the other day, these words came out of my mouth . . . “I’m leaning hard on my faith.” I paused and thought. “Man, that puts a lot of pressure on my faith,” which, in a way, puts a lot of pressure on me. I don’t know about you,…

How the Devil Works How the Devil Works
Theology

How the Devil Works

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 27, 2019

We don’t talk much about Satan these days. It’s easy to ignore or discard things we don’t understand, especially unpleasant, scary things. Because books, movies, and TV shows have put such an outlandish picture in our heads, it’s easier not to think about the devil than to try and understand him. One of the first…

Something’s Broken Something’s Broken
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Something’s Broken

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 24, 2019

In today’s post-modern culture, people are questioning everything. The need for God is stronger than ever, yet the way we speak with people far away from God seems philosophical and even irrelevant. Maybe there’s a more direct, compelling way to get people’s attention – a way to surface their need for God and bring awareness…

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