In the last blog post, I talked about mentoring essentially being an act of love – responding to God’s love for the world, and loving others as we do that through mentoring. But what does it actually mean to love our mentorees?
Is mentoring a ministry, a vocation or a profession? The short answer is, yes! This question was raised in one of our recent member ‘check-ins’, and it’s a great question to consider. One look at the ACMN website gives a clear indication that mentoring happens across informal, formal and professional levels.
Following from Tim Dyer’s insightful blog last month, here are a few additional thoughts in brief, dot-point form, about what kind of qualities help mentorees get the most out of their mentoring partnerships. Great Mentorees will: Be devoted to Christ: desire to be like Christ serve God wholeheartedly submit to the work of the Holy …
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