Ep. 84: Regi Campbell of Radical Mentoring

We are so honored to have Regi Campbell on this episode of the CKM Podcast! Regi is the founder of Radical Mentoring, an intensive program designed to help men become husbands and fathers of integrity and character. He is playing a huge role in creating a culture amongst men that is founded on vulnerability instead of the toxic ideas of "being a man" we hear in today's society. This man is so wise, and we are excited for you to hear him!

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TWEET-WORTHY:

“The difference between transparency and vulnerability is that vulnerability has to scare you.”

“If you only tell the Sunday School version of your story, the people you are mentoring will do the same.”

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Ep. 79: Carlos Whittaker (Part One)

On this episode of the Clayton King Ministries Podcast, Clayton sits down with author and speaker Carlos Whittaker to chat about his new book Kill The Spider: Getting Rid of What's Really Holding You Back. This guy has an amazing approach to eliminating sin out of our lives, and we can't wait for you to hear him! This is part one of a two-part conversation, so check back for the next episode!

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Ep. 73: Mo Isom

On this episode of the CKM Podcast, we have special guest Mo Isom. 

Mo Isom is the New York Times bestselling author of Wreck My Life and the author of a new book, Sex, Jesus, and the Conversations the Church Forgot. She was an All-American goalkeeper for the Louisiana State University soccer team and holds the school’s all-time goalkeeper record. She’s been featured in Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated, Ellen, CBS, The 700 Club, and many other media outlets for her accomplishments. She is also a wife and mother of two kids and she currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her family.

Her, Clayton, and Sharie discuss her new book, the conversations surrounding sexual sin in the church world, and how her faith came into play as a collegiate athlete. You don't want to miss this episode! 

Ep. 72: Dan Lian (Live from CRWC18)

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Dan Lian has preached at events and churches all over the world. He has more than fifteen years of ministry experience as a pastor, Bible lecturer, and itinerant speaker, and he has a Master’s degree in church practice from Tabor Bible College. He now lives in Anderson, South Carolina with his wife and kids and is a teaching pastor at Newspring Church. 

On this episode of the podcast, Clayton and Dan have a conversation where he answers questions like:

What are practical ways students can share the gospel in their communities?

You’ve been in ministry for a long time. What advice would you give to a youth pastor or leader that might be currently struggling in their ministry?

You’ve seen a lot of churches and ministries around the world. If you could say one thing to every church member around the world, what would you say?

Ep. 71: Algernon Tennyson (Live from Crossroads Winter Conference 2018)

This week on the podcast we have another live recording from our ministry's biggest event yet, Crossroads Winter Conference 2018, with our great friend Algernon Tennyson. Algernon is the founder and president of Awaken International Ministries, an organization dedicated to ending human sex trafficking. He also speaks at churches, conferences, student camps, and college campuses all around the US, including many CKM events. Him and CKM staff member Greg Wells discuss Algernon's powerful testimony, the biggest issues he sees students facing today, and his passion for rescuing sex trafficking victims. This guy is hilarious and will inspire you to live out your faith in a bold way! 

Ep. 70: Zach Dickson & Brian Burgess (Live from CRWC18)

Recorded live from Crossroads Winter Conference 2018, this episode of the CKM Podcast features CKM Speakers Zach Dickson and Brian Burgess. 

Brian chats with Zach about his new counseling service Hopetown, why treating mental health issues is so important, how ministry leaders can shepherd people well regarding mental health, and how God plays a role in the healing process. This is an important conversation that you don't want to miss! 

Ep. 69: Songwriters in the Round (Live from Crossroads Winter Conference 2018)

Recorded live from Crossroads Winter Conference 2018, this edition of the CKM Podcast features four of our friends that have led worship at our ministry's events for years: Carl Cartee, Jared Barber, Mandi Moseley, and Mack Brock. This dream team sat down and played their original songs for our conference attendees, and needless to say, our minds were blown. Grab a cup of coffee, put on your best set of headphones, and enjoy the Songwriters in the Round from CRWC18! 

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Ep. 67: Jefferson Bethke (Part One)

You might know Jefferson Bethke from his viral YouTube video Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus, one of his New York Times Bestselling books like Jesus > Religion, It's Not What You Think, or his newest book that he co-wrote with his wife Alyssa, Love That Lasts. On this episode of the podcast, Clayton sits down with Jefferson to discuss his work/life balance and raising a family while doing ministry, as well as his new book on relationships, Love That Lasts. Clayton and Jefferson also dive into the issues culture is facing right now, and how we can respond as Christians. This guy has some incredibly valuable insights for anyone - single people, married people, parents, and those called into ministry. 

But sure to check back for part two!

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