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Celebration, A Gift of Mentoring Aug7

Celebration, a Gift of Mentoring I’m convinced a big part of why mentoring can be so life transformational is because it leaves no place for comparison.  With our peers, comparison is unavoidable.  We see the people around us, in our same stage of life, and instinctively notice what they have that we don’t, what they […]

Learning to Listen Jul31

Learning to Listen Blog post by Laura Smith 12 years ago this month I married my best friend. A young, naïve girl said “I do” to a sweet and handsome young soldier. We were kids when we started dating, barely on the cusp of adulthood but we knew our love was deep and we knew […]

Along for the Ride – part 3 Jul24

Along for the Ride – part 3 It’s month 3 for my Titus2 group!  We met a couple weeks ago and went over month 2’s topic of prayer.  It was such a rich discussion and while they all thought the book was a hard read (Teach us to Pray by Andrew Murray), they all seemed […]

The Sinful Woman Jul17

The Sinful Woman My church recently read through Mark together.  One of the themes that stood out to me was how it seems everywhere Jesus went, the Pharisees followed.  They were “followers” of Jesus, but not in the same sense as the disciples were.  Instead of following Him to learn and out of love, they […]

How my Relationship with Jesus is like my Relationship with my Husband Jul10

How my Relationship with Jesus is like my Relationship with my Husband Hi Titus2 friends and mentors!  My friend wrote this up (for a different purpose) and I think it’s such a great analogy that I wanted to share it with you… Ok, so now Keith and I are married. What is the strength of […]

A Mentor Blessed Jul3

A Mentor Blessed Naomi and Ruth.  A mother and daughter-in-law who found themselves walking together through life because of unfortunate circumstances that came their way.  While life was uncertain and seemed hopeless, God drew them together at a time they both needed each other.  It’s most often mentioned how much mentoring impacts the lives of the […]

Along for the Ride – My Titus2 Journey part 2 Jun26

Along for the Ride – My Titus2 Journey part 2 I started a Titus2 Mentoring group late April this year and have invited you all along for the ride.  Will you join me? In case you missed my first post, check it out here to be fully up to date – http://titus2mentoringwomen.com/2017/05/along-for-the-ride-my-titus2-journey-part-1/ We met mid-May for […]

Into the Deep Jun19

Into the Deep Shallow water is comfortable.  It is safe.  Even people who don’t know how to swim will walk into shallow waters.  Why?  Because their feet are still touching the ground.  They are still in control.  But deep water? Not so much.  It’s unknown, unsafe, unsettling.  Yet deep waters are where life is found. […]

The Power and Privilege of “Mothering” Jun12

The Power and Privilege of “Mothering” Women wear many different hats – in previous decades as well as in today’s society.  And one of the hats a lot of women have in common is mothering.  Even if you don’t have your own children, you are likely still seen as a mother figure in the lives of […]

The Need for Mentors Jun5

The Need for Mentors Repost by Regina Williams, Titus2 founder 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 […]

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