What does this mean?
INFORMAL Mentors are those who offer mentoring on an informal basis to a small number of people and do not seek any remuneration for this ministry.
FORMAL Mentors are those who offer formal or vocational mentoring (perhaps as part of a role responsibility) in a structured way, usually with a written agreement, but do not receive any direct remuneration for this ministry. Professional indemnity insurance is recommended but not required for mentors in this category.
PROFESSIONAL Mentors are qualified mentors who offer formal, structured mentoring with written agreements and who receive remuneration for this ministry. Professional indemnity insurance is required for mentors in this category
- Face-to-Face & Online
- By appointment
I have a background in pastoral ministry in pentecostal churches and Churches of Christ. Currently I walk alongside ministers from many denominations in my Church Relationship role with Alpha Australia. I'm actively involved in my local church and also supervise ministers for Churches of Christ Vic/Tas.
I'm passionate about walking alongside leaders and seeing them grow and flourish in God's calling.
I'm currently pursuing further Supervision training with St. Mark's Theological College.
Spiritual formation and self-care
Emotional and relational health
Marriage and relationships
Creativity and the Arts
andidate: Master of Ministry, Professional Supervision Charles Sturt University
Accredited & Endorsed Minister, Churches of Christ Vic/Tas
Supervision Training - Churches of Christ Vic/Tas
The Art of Spiritual Mentoring - Fresh Hope Training Institute
Graduate Diploma in Theology -Harvest Bible College
Bachelor of Contemporary Arts (Media) -Deakin
- By appointment