Mentoring Uniquely Defined

Writing Mentor for Life: Finding Purpose through Intentional Discipleship has given me the opportunity to address mentoring from a perspective of intentional discipleship. This is the definition I’ve offered:   In short, I’m addressing mentoring for God’s kingdom purposes as intentional discipleship. This is unique because: The mentoring stories and experiences shared are relational andContinue reading “Mentoring Uniquely Defined”

Mentoring Together through Relationships

It has been another long and cold weekend in North Carolina. We woke up this morning to a dash of snow and ice on the ground, but these past couple days have been filled with snuggles in bed and on the couch, warm teas and hot chocolate, aromas from the crock pots, and a gentleContinue reading “Mentoring Together through Relationships”

#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the third annual “Engage our Culture” forum at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Charlotte campus. The topic for this year’s forum was “Bridging the Great Divide: The Church’s Call to Racial Reconciliation” featuring Margaret Yu, National Executive Director of Epic Movement, the Asian American ministry of Cru (formerlyContinue reading “#EnageOurCulture: Race, Injustice, & the Church”