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Living among the Dead Oct16

Living among the Dead Guest blog post by Kathy Neighbors I recently ran into a store to grab something and there was this guy just browsing his phone walking circles in the front of the store. He was totally unaware of his surroundings. I got what I needed, circled back around to the front of […]

The Qualities of a Disciplemaker Oct9

The Qualities of a Disciplemaker “I’ve made too many mistakes.” “I’m not qualified.” “I don’t know the Bible well enough.” “People at church haven’t acknowledged me as a leader.” Sound like any thoughts you’ve had as you’ve wrestled with being a mentor?  Well, I’ve got some good news for you friend – you are not alone. […]

Discerning your Mentees Oct2

Discerning your Mentees It’s the beginning of the school year and it’s possible you and/or your church has just kicked off Titus2 groups.  If that’s the case, one of your first jobs as a mentor is to develop relationships with your mentees, which is not a quick process.  It takes time, commitment, and intentionality to […]

Don’t Build Bridges Sep25

Don’t Build Bridges Blog post by Amanda Caldwell, Titus2 alum and Board Member “Don’t Build Bridges”….. I heard these words many times from Regina Williams, my mentor and the founder of Titus2 Mentoring Women.  I know why I heard these words so often – it’s because my tendency is to consider the “what ifs” of […]

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 4 Sep18

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 4 (click for part 1, part 2, or part 3) Being a mentor is what gives us permission to confront. Trust is what allows us to confront. Speaking truth is why we confront. Love and grace is what fosters growth when we confront.   As mentors we are challenged with speaking […]

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 3 Sep11

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 3 (click for part 1 or part 2) A fence sets a boundary line between where you are allowed to go and where you are not allowed to go.  It is a physical structure that limits freedom…or does it? There was a study done to discover the effects […]

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 2 Sep4

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 2 (click here for part 1) Accountability and confrontation. Two of the hardest words when it comes to being a mentor.  Words that require action, but to be effective also require respect.  My mentor was able to speak into my life, nudging me towards more Christ-likeness, and I […]

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 1 Aug28

The Hard Words of Mentoring – part 1 Mentoring is a privilege, a joy, and a blessing.  Oftentimes mentors lives are touched just as much as the mentees.  It is a community of hearts bonded together, pursuing God with intentionality and vulnerability.  A beautiful journey. But it’s not all roses and rainbows.  There are definitely some […]

You can be a Catalyst Aug21

You can be a Catalyst Repost by Regina Williams, Titus2 founder 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 2013, I attended the Passion conference in Atlanta, GA; a gathering of 60,000 college students for the […]

The Power of our Words Aug14

The Power of our Words Guest blog post by Kathy Neighbors The words we speak have power, do you know this and believe it to be true? I suppose this is what has been on my heart most recently. The impact of the words I say and hear are more lasting than I ever thought […]

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