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More time, spent with fewer people, equals greater kingdom impact.
Desiring to see God widely embraced as more than a remote concept, entrepreneur Regi Campbell began a deeply successful mentoring program years ago that has become one of his greatest joys. Though it seemed radical at firstspending more time with less people to further an all important messagehe soon realized this is the discipleship model Jesus set out during his ministry; today two billion people worldwide embrace the wisdom He entrusted to a small band of disciples two thousand years ago.
Mentor Like Jesus is Campbell’s revelation of what he now calls “next generation mentoring,” an exponentially rewarding process that is resulting in “lives changed, marriages saved, children dealt with in a more loving way.” Readers of any age and in any situation will clearly understand how the return on a meaningful investment in another person is truly immeasurable.
|Publisher:||B&H Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
James R. (Regi) Campbell is an experienced investor and entrepreneur who has intentionally sought to make a difference for God's kingdom in the marketplace since becoming a Christian in 1983. As president and CEO of Async Corporation, he was recognized as Georgia's high technology Entrepreneur of the Year. Regi then founded InterServ Services Corporation in 1993, growing revenues to $50 million in four years. Since 1997, Campbell has helped launch eight more start-up companies through his Seedsower Investments. He also serves as an elder at North Point Community Church and has mentored eight different young executives each year since 2000.
Regi and his wife, Miriam, have two children and three grandchildren.
Richard Chancy is president and founder of Next Generation Mentoring, a nonprofit organization that partners with churches and Christian ministries to develop dynamic mentoring environments. He spent seven years developing leaders with INJOY, John C. Maxwell's church development division, where Chancy served as executive director of client development. He and his wife, Kristy, are members of North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and have a daughter.
Table of Contents
Foreword Andy Stanley xi
Chapter 1 Mentoring on Purpose 15
Chapter 2 It's Not about Me 27
Chapter 3 The Secret Sauce: A Group 39
Chapter 4 Handpicked for History 55
Chapter 5 Starting Now, Ending Then 71
Chapter 6 Truth at the Core 81
Chapter 7 Prayer as a Practice 97
Chapter 8 Teaching by Doing 109
Chapter 9 The Context of Wherever 119
Chapter 10 A Mutual Commitment 129
Chapter 11 Pay It Forward 141
About the Author 153