Chapter:Mentoring 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.
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.