MENTORING
MENTORING

 

Spiritual mentoring is having an intentional relationship with another to encourage spiritual maturity. Spiritual maturity is the process of becoming like Jesus, so that one’s life reflects His grace and truth and produces the fruit of the Spirit.

This happens when we walk side-by-side, life-on-life with another person in humility and authenticity, with respect and compassion. The mentor must have an examined life and be aware of their own need for the guidance, support, and encouragement of others. The mentor shares life experience received through struggle, God’s grace, and His word.

Interested in becoming a mentor?

Look for our next training coming soon.

 

Spiritual mentoring is having an intentional relationship with another to encourage spiritual maturity. Spiritual maturity is the process of becoming like Jesus, so that one’s life reflects His grace and truth and produces the fruit of the Spirit.

 

This happens when we walk side-by-side, life-on-life with another person in humility and authenticity, with respect and compassion. The mentor must have an examined life and be aware of their own need for the guidance, support, and encouragement of others. The mentor shares life experience received through struggle, God’s grace, and His word. 

 

 

Interested in becoming a mentor? 

Look for our next training coming soon.

 

 

I'M A MENTOR
I'M A MENTOR

 

Thank you for committing to helping another person grow.

Who should I mentor?

Look around you. Is there a person in your life you see potential in? Is there someone who wants to grow in their love for Jesus? Do you know things they want to know? Mentor them!

Check this out for more tips on how to be a good mentor: 24 Steps to Becoming a Mentor So Your Legacy Outlives your Life

 

 

Some ideas to help you walk with another person:

  • Read a book together
  • Teach a practical skill - it's amazing the conversations that will open 
  • Spend time praying together
  • Pray for your mentee

 

 

 

I'M LOOKING FOR A MENTOR
I'M LOOKING FOR A MENTOR

 

What should I look for in a mentor?

Look around you. Is there a person you admire? Someone who knows things you want to know? Who has a relationship with Jesus like the one you want?

How do I ask someone to be my mentor?

Approach them and ask if they would prayerfully consider being your mentor! You'd be surprised at the number of people who would love to help you grow.

 

 

Check out this great article from Lifeway.com:  10 Tips for Finding the Mentor You Need