Encouragement for Women Investing in the Next Generation of Women

Tim Tebow . . . Bringing Faith, Hope, and Love May27

I love Tim Tebow, the professional football player.  He’s very open about his faith, and uses his influence to “bring faith, hope, and love to those who need a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.”  At every game, he spends time before and after the game with a young child who has a […]

Joni . . . A Woman Warrior May13

Many of us know the story of Joni Earekson Tada, who at the age of 17 had a horrible diving accident that left her a quadriplegic for the rest of her life.  I’ve seen and met Joni several times over the years, and was with her last week.  At the age of 58, she still […]

Generous with your L-I-F-E May6

Recently, my husband and I had the opportunity to attend an event on generosity.  At this event Mark Batterson, pastor of National Community Church in Washington, DC, spoke from Acts 10:2, where Cornelius is described as a man who, “gave alms generously to the people, and prayed continually to God.”  As a result, God showed […]

The Most Unlikely Mentor Apr29

Guest blog from my friend, Lawanna St. Clair.  Widowed at age 47 and remarried for 13 years to Barry St. Clair.  She’s the mom of one, step-mom to four, and grandmother to eleven.  Lawanna and her husband lead a ministry called Reach Out Youth Solutions (www.reach-out.org), equipping leaders globally as they influence the younger generation […]

Growing Beautiful Roses Apr22

I love beautiful roses, but have always had difficulty growing them.  Dr. Henry Cloud, author of several great books including “Boundaries”, may have taught me how! Several weeks ago, my husband and I enjoyed a dinner with Henry.  During dinner, we discussed the truths shared in his book “Necessary Endings.”  He said that, in some […]

Your life is a treasure chest Apr15

Andy Stanley, pastor of North Point Community Church, recently concluded a series titled You’ll Be Glad You Did.  In the last part of the series, he addresses people who are over forty, and talked about their lives being a treasure chest of wealth to share with the generation after them.  It was a great message […]

End It Apr9

By Daniel Kosmala on April 8, 2013 [Today is ‘Shine a Light on Slavery’ Day. We have a guest post written by Daniel Kosmala, Media & Marketing Manager for Radical Mentoring. He is 23 years old and a member of Passion City Church in Atlanta, GA. He is engaged and will marry later this year.] […]

Ordinary woman, extraordinary God Apr8

I have to remind myself constantly that it’s not about what I have to offer younger women, but what Jesus has to offer through me.  It’s not about my abilities, but about allowing the Spirit of the Living God to be released through my life. Young women today have so much more information and helps […]

Safe Haven Apr1

No, not the movie “Safe Haven”, but your mentoring group is to be a Safe Haven for women.  A place where they can put it all “on the table” – the good, the bad, and the ugly . . . with no fear of rejection or judgement.  We all need to feel safe when we […]

The Accidental Investments of Mentoring Mar25

I would like to introduce my good friend of 28 years, Kitti Murray, a woman who’s had an incredible impact on the women God has brought into her life, mine included!  I’ve asked Kitti to share her perspective on mentoring with us.  Kitti and her husband, Bill, live in a refugee community on the ragged […]

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