Encouragement for Women Investing in the Next Generation of Women

The Value of Disconnecting Nov16

As a mentor and a child of God, it’s important we continue to pursue godliness, and continue to grow in our own personal lives.  None of us have arrived! We need to have those quiet times in our lives where we’re intentionally disconnecting from our to-do list, our social life, media input, and all the […]

Beyond Reciting the Verses Nov2

As mentors, we bring hope and courage to younger women when we share from our personal experiences about how God has been faithful to provide everything needed . . . in every situation we’ve faced.  The depth of our mentoring is much deeper, and more insightful and discerning, if we’ve truly experienced God’s presence and […]

Am I Qualified to Mentor? Oct19

One of the saddest things I hear is this statement:  “I desperately want and need someone to mentor me, but I don’t know of any older women who want to do that.”  As I look around our churches today, they are filled with older women who have years of experience and hard earned wisdom to share, […]

Who likes to be called an “older woman”?! Oct5

In Titus 2:3, “older women” are challenged to “encourage younger women.”  So who are the older women?  I’m often asked, how old do you need to be to become a mentor?  Being an older woman has a little to do with age, and more about what season of life you’re in.  The key is being […]

A Fragrance of Christ Sep21

Mentoring . . . it’s a word used in so many contexts.  What we’re calling women to do through Titus2 Mentoring Women is to walk alongside younger women, encourage them, be available to them, and challenge them to grow in all of their relationships, especially their relationship with Christ. As one Titus2 Mentor said, “Mentoring […]

What’s Your “-” (dash)? Sep7

Carol, my first mentor and close friend, went home to be with the Lord when she was just 50 years old.  On her tombstone is her date of birth and date of death with a “-” (dash) in between.  Even though the dash is visually small, the dash is HUGE because it represents her life. […]

Pointing to Jesus Aug24

There are so many hurting people who desperately need to know they are deeply loved by the God who created them!  During the first week of January, I attended the Passion conference in Atlanta, GA; a gathering of thousands of college students for the purpose of “uniting students in worship and prayer for spiritual awakening […]

Value of a Mentor (from my son, David) Aug10

[I thank my mom for allowing me to share a bit of my journey with you today.  My prayer is that it blesses our Father and encourages you in your own journey.  David]  Growth Seasons.   When I look back on my journey and connect the dots, I see my walk with the Lord in “seasons”. […]

A Light that Shines Brighter Jul27

“The path of the righteous is like the light of dawn, which shines brighter and brighter until full day.”  Proverbs 4:18 When a person gets into their 50’s and beyond, many people don’t tend to think of their lives as getting brighter and fuller.  We tend to think of going downhill because that’s the way […]

How has Titus2 Ministry and having a mentor impacted your life? Jul13

Guest blog from a Titus2 graduate, Rachael Walkup.  Rachael has been married for 9 years.  She and Greg have two children — a 6 year old son and 3 year old daughter.  She loves to write, cook, spend time with family, and serve others. When I learned about the Titus2 Ministry, I was immediately intrigued.  […]

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