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Lessons in MENTORING
Lessons in MENTORING
Introduction
If you have travelled a lot your will appreciate luggage with wheels and collapsible handles..
It makes moving your bags around easier, even though it still isn't fun.
And if you have multiple pieces, it can quickly get overwhelming.
Try pushing two of those bags together
One thing that is certain in life that is change… As you get a little older you find that change isn’t that easy… it is enviable part of life.
Change is happening in just about every area of our lives.... and especially in technology...
more I realize that I need to comfortable with change.. it is enviable part of life.
Change is happening in just about every area of our lives.... and especially in technology...
If you have travelled a lot your will appreciate luggage with wheels and collapsible handles..
It makes moving your bags around easier, even though it still isn't fun.
And if you have multiple pieces, it can quickly get overwhelming.
Try pushing two of those bags together
However, one company thinks it has a solution.
We've had luggage with wheels and collapsible handles for a while now.
It makes moving your bags around easier, even though it still isn't fun.
And if you have multiple pieces, it can quickly get overwhelming.
However, one company thinks it has a solution.
Enter the "smart suitcase," courtesy of Israeli firm NUA Robotics.
It's a small rectangular piece of carry-on luggage that can move itself around on flat surfaces.
It uses a built-in camera to follow you around, and you can pair it up with your smartphone via Bluetooth so you always know its location.
For bonus features, it can charge your gadgets and has an anti-theft alarm.
A huge part of my spiritual formation has been through godly mentors who have taken the time to make spiritual investments in me… These have come in the form of professors, colleagues and on going friendships.
Some times they have been formal mentoring and other times it has been more casual.
One of the blessings we have in the free church is a cluster of ministers who are resource for encouragement.
Each of us will benefit from a mentoring relationship.
Now, the actual practical value of this smart suitcase is up for debate.
It isn't going to be enough luggage space for anything more than a day trip, and the added tech is presumably going to add weight when you're lifting it into an overhead bin.
You'll also have to lift it upstairs, escalators, and curbs.
Still, it's an interesting idea, and NUA Robotics is hoping to expand the same tech to things like shopping carts.
Imagine a cart that follows you around the store instead of being pushed....
In this new series we are going to be talking about mentoring
In this new series we are going to be talking about mentoring
Who is in front of you and who is behind you?
A huge part of my PERSONAL spiritual formation has been through godly mentors— These are men and women of God who have taken the time to make spiritual investments in my life.
A huge part of my PERSONAL spiritual formation has been through godly mentors— These are men and women of God who have taken the time to make spiritual investments in my life.
Dr. Rod Cooper,
Klipwicks…
So who is behind you—a child, a non-Christian, a friend, a coworker?
(2) Good Deeds; Works; Rewards—The Bible says that our works do follow us—and that applies to believers and unbelievers.
—Someone is always following you.
So who is behind you—a child, a non-Christian, a friend, a coworker?
(2) Good Deeds; Works; Rewards—The Bible says that our works do follow us—and that applies to believers and unbelievers.
These have come in the from all the way back to S.S. and youth group… My Youth Pastor David Eden who met weekly a group of us youth and taught us how to study the Bible.
There have been pastors and professors, colleagues and on going friendships.
Men like Dr Ben and Doug Crandall - where I interned as a young pastor.. Dr Rod Cooper, Steve Kliwicks, Ginger Fox who headed up my mentoring program at seminary.
I still have these sound bites that come back… Rod Cooper would always say when it came to leadership… Slower is always faster… but when it comes to conflict faster is always better.
What we have in mentors is tried and tested wisdom…
A huge part of my spiritual formation has been through godly mentors who have taken the time to make spiritual investments in me… These have come in the form of professors, colleagues and on going friendships.
Some times they have been formal mentoring and other times it has been more casual.
One of the blessings we have in the free church is a cluster of ministers who are resource for encouragement.
Each of us will benefit from a mentoring relationship.
I encourage each of us to consider seeking out two kinds of relationship — 1st - someone to be our mentor and 2d identify someone to mentor…It’s been said that each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
professors, colleagues and on going friendships.
Men like Ben Crandall, Rod Cooper, Ginger Fox,
Ginger Fox who headed up my mentoring program at seminary.
Some times they have been formal mentoring and other times it has been more casual…there are men and women in our congregation that have rich experiences of faith…
Some times they have been formal mentoring and other times it has been more casual...
I encourage each of us to consider seeking out two kinds of relationship — 1st - someone to be our mentor and 2ns someone to mentor…It’s been said that each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
I would encourage each of us to consider seeking out someone to be our mentor and someone to mentor…It’s been said that each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
I encourage you to be thinking through the next several weeks about seeking out two kinds of relationship — 1st - someone to be our mentor and 2nd identify someone to mentor.
Each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
Some times they have been formal mentoring and other times it has been more casual.
I encourage each of us to consider seeking out two kinds of relationship — 1st - someone to be our mentor and 2ns someone to mentor…It’s been said that each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
There are different kinds of mentoring… and I would encourage each of us to consider seeking out someone to be our mentor and someone to mentor…It’s been said that each of us needs a Paul and a Timothy in our lives…
Paul Stanley and J. Robert Clinton state that
There are many benefits of being in a mentoring relationship.
Mentoring provides a way to share critical life truth in a way that applies it to the life of the individual being mentored
“Mentoring is a relational experience in which one person empowers another by sharing God–given resources.”
Stanley/Roberts
Cotton, R. (2001; 2005).
Effective Leadership Development.
James L. Fleming.
The purpose of mentoring is really reproductive in nature… It is to produce in us spiritual and healthy habits… It is passing on the batten..
A reproducible pattern: Mentoring provides a reproducible pattern that shows those being mentored how to reproduce their life and leadership in others, just as they have received.
A reproducible pattern: Mentoring provides a reproducible pattern that shows those being mentored how to reproduce their life and leadership in others, just as they have received.
The apostle Paul knew the importance of spiritual mentoring..
He said in
Cotton, R. (2001; 2005).
Effective Leadership Development.
James L. Fleming.
Now, there are basically three different kind of mentors...
3 Kinds of Mentoring
1. Intense Mentoring
- regular meetings with
Discipler - Enablement in basics of flowing Christ.
Spiritual Guide - Accountability, direction and insight for personal growth spirituality and maturity.
Coach - Motivation, skills, and application needed to meet a task or challenge.
2. Occasional Mentoring
Counselor Timely advice and correct perspectives on viewing self others, and ministry.
Teacher Gives knowledge, understanding, and insights regarding a particular subject.
(what we are doing today)
Sponsor Career guidance, protection and support within an organization.
3. Passive Models
Contemporary - A person whose life or ministry currently serves as an example and inspiration.
Historical: A past life that teaches dynamic principles and values for life, ministry and/or profession
What we are going to be doing the next several weeks is to camp out in the Passive middle…
This morning we are beginning a new series out of 2 Chronicles entitled LESSONS IN MENTORING (passive mentoring)Over the next several weeks we are going to dive into the lives of the Kings of Judah and each week we are going to be doing a of case study on each King -
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