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Why “Radical?” Why “Radical?”
Mentoring

Why “Radical?”

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 7, 2019

If you look up “radical” in the dictionary, one of the definitions reads “very different from the usual or traditional.” Different, extreme, and countercultural are among the synonyms. So, when I get asked the question,…

10 Things I Learned in 2018 10 Things I Learned in 2018
Things I Learned

10 Things I Learned in 2018

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 3, 2019

Every year for a long time, I’ve reflected on the past 12 months and netted out the most significant things I learned. Here’s this year’s edition (go here to see previous years’ lists) . ….

The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018 The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018
Walking the Talk

The Top 10 Books We Read in 2018

Posted by Radical Mentoring on December 31, 2018

I’ve you’ve been in a mentoring group or hung around us for any amount of time, you know we value reading. Disciples of Jesus are followers and learners, right? And reading quality books is a…

How Mentoring Increases Giving in Your Church How Mentoring Increases Giving in Your Church
Mentoring

How Mentoring Increases Giving in Your Church

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 15, 2016

Years ago, I served on the long-range planning team at our church. We wanted to compare our current level of giving to the congregation’s capacity to give. We studied the demographics of the surrounding community…

Why I Don’t Want To Lead A Mentoring Group Why I Don’t Want To Lead A Mentoring Group
Mentoring

Why I Don’t Want To Lead A Mentoring Group

Posted by John Richie on June 1, 2015

Today’s post is courtesy of one of my closest friends and mentors, John Richie. John has a long successful career as a corporate executive. We’ve worked together twice. First when he served as COO of…

Great Mentors Are Great Listeners Great Mentors Are Great Listeners
Leading at Home

Great Mentors Are Great Listeners

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 19, 2012

Jesus listened. He was in the moment, totally focused on whoever was in front of Him. Sometimes He was listening when no one thought He was, like when He overheard James and John debating who…

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