Mentoring Part 3

Developing a relationship is important when it comes to mentoring.  In fact as the saying goes, people don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.  When you develop relationship with people then they will give you permission to speak into their lives. In a mentoring relationship a commitment has to […]

Mentoring Part 2

  We began talking about loving others through mentoring relationships.  Last time we took time to define mentoring.  Now let’s look at some biblical examples of mentoring relationships. Elijah and Elisha God told Elijah to anoint Elisha to succeed him as prophet.  God gave Elijah a mandate to mentor and train Elisha for succession (1 […]

Mentoring Part 1

Encouraging others through a mentoring relationship   Let’s first define mentoring.  The word mentor comes from the Greek meaning steadfast and enduring.  To mentor means to serve as a teacher or trusted counselor.  Mentoring is the relationship between two or more individuals in which the mentor (teacher) helps the mentee (student) to develop and succeed. […]