Category: About Mentoring

Mentoring in Groups and Between Peers: Alternatives to the One-to-One Mentoring Model

by Rick Lewis.    Where experienced, competent mentors are hard to find, a group-mentoring model may be attractive. Compared with a one-to-one approach, groups for mentoring among peers have both advantages and disadvantages. Advantages: a greater number of perspectives are available; a greater variety of ideas may be generated; members experience strong accountability due to peer

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Mentoring High Capacity People

Rev Chris Danes – Syndal Baptist Next Generation Pastor, and director of Full Contact Leadership Coaching, led a high energy session on Thursday evening at our Formation 2104 conference on Mentoring High Capacity People. Chris presented a fascinating integration of the five levels of leadership with the Life, Death, Resurrection cycle in developing leaders. See

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Faith Hope and Love–Bible Studies

The three Bible studies which shaped our Formation 2014 conference were given by Glenda Holbrook from New Penninsula Baptist Church(Faith), John Morse, Principal of Tabor College Tasmania (Hope) and Ric Benson, Kenmore Baptist Church (Love). Faith Hope Love

Anne Klose–Mentoring for Spiritual Formation

Participants in Anne’s two workshops at Formation 2014 really appreciated her insights into spiritual formation and the ways in which mentoring can shape a spiritual journey. Anne’s workshop covered Knowing God, Knowing Ourselves, Participating with God as he changes us, Participating with God in prayer as he changes our mentorees. You can connect to Anne’s

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