Mentoring – Servanthood

Jesus turned the disciples’ thinking upside down one night with a symbolic act of love. Peter was so perplexed that he actually challenged his Master, “what are you doing, no you shall never do this”. What was this act? Jesus washed the weary, dusty feet of his...

Mentoring – Communication

We all know the feeling of being misunderstood or misheard. It is almost always frustrating when it happens. Without clear communication our world would fall apart. Our friendships, marriages and trades would all disintegrate into a mess of confusion. Norm Wright...

Mentoring – Our walk with God

Our personal, growing, living relationship with God is the basis for any mentoring relationship we might form. Our walk with God must be of first priority. In 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Paul writes the following: “You’ve all been to the stadium and seen the athletes...

Mentoring – self control

“Be what you would have your pupils to be.” – Thomas Carlyle. Our lives call for the need of self-control and self-sacrifice. Proverbs 25:28 says, “Like a city whose walls are broken down is a man who lacks self-control.” In other words if you don’t have...

Mentoring – comforting

Encouragement implies supporting, sustaining and comforting other people. In fact the Greek word wish the Bible usually uses for encouragement, is the same words which the Greeks would your for re-enforcements in battle or a support for a building which was falling....

Mentoring – encouragement

There are a number of characteristic which we need to develop to become a good or better mentor. Today we will start by looking at encouragement. Yesterday we seen that mentoring is giving encouragement to those who rely on your wisdom and knowledge which God has...

Pin It on Pinterest

Malcare WordPress Security