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Behold Apr17

Behold As last year was coming to a close and this year was beginning, I kept coming across the word “behold.”  It’s a word we don’t use anymore and one I’ve honestly never paid attention to, but it’s all over the Bible.  Because I kept hearing it, seeing it, and seemingly not able to escape […]

Carry, don’t Lift, Burdens Apr10

Carry, don’t Lift, Burdens Guest blog post by Courtney DeFeo One of the biggest reasons we don’t mentor is because we are full with our own junk. Well, that’s my excuse. I have so much on my own heart, with my own family, that I fear I cannot emotionally or physically manage anyone else. The […]

Discipleship in India Apr3

Discipleship in India How am I bold in my faith?   How does my faith make me stand out from the people & culture around me? Am I seeking God?  Or seeking to be entertained?  Is simply God alone enough?   Am I desperate for God, no matter the cost?   These are some of the questions I am pondering […]

Our Gifts Mar27

                                                     (image credit ~ Pinterest) Our Gifts Guest blog post by Laura Smith  “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace […]

The Call to Mentor Mar20

The Call to Mentor Are you on the fence about becoming a mentor? Maybe you are currently mentoring but not sure if you are making a difference?  Or feeling totally unqualified and wondering if this is the right call on your life? When we accepted Jesus into our heart and chose to follow Him, we were […]

A Story of Freedom Mar13

  A Story of Freedom Guest blog post by Elizabeth Englehart Freedom is something we all seek. As mentors, we hope to nurture and encourage our mentees to find freedom from “old prisons” that can keep them from a fruitful walk on their journey. God led me to find freedom from food addiction because he […]

What are you Pursuing? Mar6

   What are you Pursuing? The world around us celebrates happiness, success, achievement, and material possessions.   While none of these things are bad, as followers of Christ, they themselves cannot be the object of our pursuit.  We are called to run our race solely after the One true God – wherever He leads, whatever […]

For God Loves a Cheerful Giver Feb27

For God Loves a Cheerful Giver Guest blog post by Laura Smith We give our time, attention, love and wisdom to those we mentor. We open our homes and open our hearts to them. We intentionally pray for them and diligently plan study tools and one on one sessions. In addition, we also spend time […]

No Shortcuts Feb20

No Shortcuts We all love shortcuts – finding the quickest way possible to get us somewhere or something. The route with less traffic. Buying online and picking up at the store. Watching a movie instead of reading the book. Being hired for a management job without having to work up the ladder. Buying on credit before we […]

Being a torch-passer Feb13

                         Being a Torch-Passer Today’s guest post is from John Ortberg, author of If You Want to Walk on Water, You Have to Get Out of the Boat,  Everybody’s Normal Till You Get to Know Them, The Me I Want to Be.  John is a pastor at Menlo Park Presbyterian […]

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