Chapter:Mentoring Conversations Mentor Skills Mentor Support Groups
Scripture abounds with examples of mentoring. A mentor is someone who establishes an intentional relationship with another by sharing experiences, knowledge, wisdom, and God-given resources. By walking alongside each other, a mentoring relationship provides the opportunity for instruction, support, and mutual encouragement as we help each other draw closer to Christ and His Body.
Mentoring is a term that can be used in many different contexts.
These resources provide a picture for what mentoring might look like in a church context.
Listen in as mentors talk about their experiences and mindset toward mentoring.
There are many skills associated with effective mentoring. This section contains resources to help identify and refine these skills.
Mentor Support Groups
Sometimes mentoring will happen in a small group context. These resources provide information and instruction in this area. You will also find information about some of our group courses.