Spiritual Growth

Devotional-style readings to help you grow and develop wisdom as a husband, father, friend, leader, and most importantly, as a Jesus-follower.
A Smile on His Face A Smile on His Face

A Smile on His Face

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 9, 2020

I find Psalm 139 intriguing. In it, David says things like, “You hem me in behind and before,” and “Where can I flee from your presence?” and “Before a word is on my tongue you,…

The Goodness of God The Goodness of God

The Goodness of God

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 30, 2019

Back in July, I wrote about my cancer’s comeback. Radiation therapy didn’t stop it. It’s now in other places. Only one treatment option remains, and it’s a Hail Mary pass. Lots of people are praying…

Another Year, Another Christmas Another Year, Another Christmas
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Another Year, Another Christmas

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 26, 2019

So, what do we do now that Christmas is over? How do we get back from the tornado of food and wrapping paper? Short days of early winter. Slow work schedules and hours of football. What do…

Come to Him Come to Him

Come to Him

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 23, 2019

Christmas. It’s the beginning of a new day. A new era. Instead of saying, “Go, perform well by following the law” (which no one could ever do), Jesus arrives and simply says, “Come!” For all of…

Time to Reflect Time to Reflect

Time to Reflect

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 19, 2019

Years ago, at a Christmas gathering, I was asked a question I’d never been asked before . . . “What do you enjoy about Christmas that no one else knows about?” My answer was weird,…

Grace is the Answer Grace is the Answer
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Grace is the Answer

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 12, 2019

I believe in God, I have an idea of what He’s like, and I want to do well by Him. I know He loves me, accepts me, and when I die, I’m going to heaven….

The Other Voices The Other Voices

The Other Voices

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 9, 2019

We hear voices in our heads all the time. Hearing voices doesn’t make us crazy (at least not all of us). Most of the time we’re hearing ourselves . . . we’re giving ourselves instructions,…

Value from the Inside Value from the Inside

Value from the Inside

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 5, 2019

We often assign value to people from the outside. We meet people (or read about them, read what they write, or hear them speak) and we assign them value based on what’s on the outside . . ….

A Thanksgiving Question A Thanksgiving Question

A Thanksgiving Question

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 28, 2019

One question: “Who or what are you most thankful for?” Take a second and think about it. Be honest with your answer. Now say it out loud. If you didn’t say, “Jesus,” there’s a problem….

Going Full-Time Going Full-Time
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Going Full-Time

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 25, 2019

Organizations of all types have flocked to part-time employees. To management, they offer flexibility and lower cost, in part because they typically don’t get benefits. It works well for the part-time employee too. Fewer on-duty hours and…