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The Dead Sea and Me The Dead Sea and Me
Walking the Talk

The Dead Sea and Me

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 24, 2018

What in the world could a smelly, salt-filled lake in the Middle East have to do with me and my life? A lot. It’s a great metaphor, illustrating a couple of important principles . . . The Dead Sea is ‘dead’ because the fresh water flowing into it gets stuck. It has nowhere to flow…

Do-Overs Do-Overs
Walking the Talk

Do-Overs

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 20, 2018

Usually, when we say, “I sure wish I could get a ‘do-over’ on that one,” we’re talking about something we’ve screwed up. Something we regret. But maybe it’s time we looked at things we’d do exactly the same way if we got a do-over. Maybe we’re so critical of ourselves that we’ve forgotten about the…

8 Steps to Living “This Way of Life” 8 Steps to Living “This Way of Life”
Walking the Talk

8 Steps to Living “This Way of Life”

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 6, 2018

It’s so easy to ‘speak Christian’ but not really communicate. When we tell people to follow Jesus, it may feel like we’re telling people to stand in the corner of a round room. Phrases like “Give your life to Christ” and “Surrender to Jesus” describe a decision . . . a specific event, not a…

There Are No Jokes There Are No Jokes
Leadership

There Are No Jokes

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 30, 2018

I used to think I could poke fun at people about their foibles. About height, weight, lack of athleticism, mispronounced words, and personal idiosyncrasies. Hey, we’re all big boys, right? We can take it so why not dish it out? I’ve learned that it’s not true. There are no jokes when it comes to peoples’…

Knowing All You’re Supposed To Knowing All You’re Supposed To
Theology

Knowing All You’re Supposed To

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 13, 2018

I don’t know about you, but every now and then, I get hung up on something and struggle to get by it. Sometimes, it’s a theological question, like if God is all good where did evil come from? I spent three months in a funk brought on by that question. When my wife’s sister died…

Unwholesome Talk Unwholesome Talk
Character

Unwholesome Talk

Posted by Dave Katz on August 9, 2018

7Today’s post is from Dave Katz, an executive with Coca-Cola Consolidated in Charlotte, NC. Since going through one of Regi’s Radical Mentoring groups, Dave has paid it forward and led or co-led 7 RM groups. You can listen to him on the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast talking about what it means to accelerate culture within…

A Three Word Legacy A Three Word Legacy
Death & Dying

A Three Word Legacy

Posted by Kevin Harris on August 2, 2018

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . I’ve never been much of a funeral guy . . . not that anyone is. The first one I remember was for my father when I was a sophomore in high school. I’ve attended plenty since then, but not until my 40’s…

You Win Some, You Learn Some You Win Some, You Learn Some
Walking the Talk

You Win Some, You Learn Some

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 23, 2018

No, that title is not a typo. It’s a line from a country song. We’re used to hearing “you win some and you lose some.” But what if we never lose? What if life isn’t a competition to win or lose, but a race of endurance? What if the challenge is to finish well and…

Love Big, Be Well Love Big, Be Well
Walking the Talk

Love Big, Be Well

Posted by Kevin Harris on June 28, 2018

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . I am a reader and podcast listener. My reading habit began in 2002 during my Radical Mentoring season when I read a book a month for 12 months. My podcast habit started in my prior career when I was on the road…

High-Fiving Out of Your Comfort Zone High-Fiving Out of Your Comfort Zone
Influence with Others

High-Fiving Out of Your Comfort Zone

Posted by Kevin Harris on May 28, 2018

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . For those of you who don’t know me . . . I’m an introvert. According to an old Myers-Brigg test, in 1997 I was an extrovert, but I can’t really remember what that felt like so I will go with a more…