The Women's Ministry is excited to offer an opportunity for mentoring relationships to be formed at Intown. Following the Titus 2 model of older women mentoring younger women, we are looking for women of all ages to participate.
WHAT IS A MENTOR?
A mentor is a person who has followed Christ longer than you have and is willing to share her life lessons. A mentor acts as a trusted guide, a teacher or coach.
WHAT DOES THE MENTORING RELATIONSHIP LOOK LIKE?
Mentoring is the sharing of one's life, being willing to be transparent and vulnerable. It is passing on the love and wisdom you have received out of gratitude for what you have received. Mentors meet with their mentee a minimum of once a month in an informal, relaxed setting and as often as the two decide. The mentor and mentee make a one year commitment to meet together.
WHAT MENTORING IS NOT
• It is not a replacement for a discipleship group or Bible study.
• It is not a therapy or professional counseling.
• It is not only spiritual guidance but provides practical guidance as well.
If you are interested in being mentored or becoming a mentor, please fill out the form here.
Please contact Jean Joiner (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.