Mentor For Life
: Today's Christian women do not simply want nice fellowships and cookie-cutter answers about how to deal with life. Though churches are filled with good ministry programming-activities, outreach events, and an endless selection of options-many churches neglect the fundamental mission...
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Today's Christian women do not simply want nice fellowships and cookie-cutter answers about how to deal with life. Though churches are filled with good ministry programming-activities, outreach events, and an endless selection of options-many churches neglect the fundamental mission of women in the church: making disciples.
Christian women today want to mentor and to be mentored. The church must rise to the challenge and develop creative ways of equipping modern women to do this. In Mentor for Life, Natasha Robinson lays a solid foundation for a ministry of mentoring that is based on God's kingdom vision, challenging women to consider the cost of discipleship and the high calling they have received in Christ. It shows how to develop mentoring relationships that function communally in existing small groups, groups that are diverse and inclusive. It also presents a mentoring framework with a theological focus on knowing and loving God, our identity in Christ, and how to love our neighbor. It also encourages women to think theologically and develop a basic Christian worldview.
Filled with examples from Robinson's experience in the military and business world, this resource gives readers the training they need to disciple others and as a foundation for kingdom service.
Natasha Sistrunk Robison is the Assistant Director of the Center for the Development of Evangelical Leadership (CDEL) at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary s Charlotte campus. She is a blogger, speaker, non-profit, and ministry leader, wife, and mom. Connect with her at www.asistasjourney.com and Twitter @asistasjourney. <P> A
- :part I: The Time Is Now Chapter 1: Mentoring: Mission Critical This Chapter Gives A General Overview Of Mentoring And Clearly Defines Mentoring For The Christian As Intentional Discipleship. Chapter 2: Mentoring: Connecting Evangelism And Discipleshipthis Chapter Shares How Our Western Approach To Evangelism Is Incomplete Without Discipleship. The Commitment To Mentoring Intentionally Bridges This Gap By Making The Connection Between Evangelism And Discipleship. Chapter 3: Influences And Indulgences: Culture And The Churchthis Chapter Addresses How Culture Shapes Our Character, And How We, As Believers In The Church, Can Glorify God And Change The Culture By Mentoring Or Making Disciples. Chapter 4: Mentoring And Multiplying: The Kingdom And The Priesthoodthis Chapter Contrasts The Kingdom Of This World With The Kingdom Of God. It Acknowledges That Christians Have Responsibilities To Both Kingdoms And That As The Priesthood Of All Believers We Impact The Kingdom Of This World By Making Disciples Who Mentor And Multiply. Part Ii: The Teaching And Training That We Need Mentoring: It?s About Presencechapter 5: Presence With God Knowing And Loving God Is The Foundational Mentoring Pillar. Mentors/mentees Are Encouraged To Draw Near To God Through Reflection, Solid, And Silence. Chapter 6: Presence With Othersknowing Our Identity In Christ And Loving Our Neighbors. It Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary Of This Mentoring Principle.mentoring: It?s A Call To A Disciplined Lifechapter 7: Discipleship Of The Mindtheological Reflection And Developing A Christian Worldview Must Be Taught To Mentees. This Teaching Includes Bible Reading And Study. Chapter 8: Discipleship Of The Soulthe Disciplines Of Prayer, Fasting, Journaling, And Spiritual Retreat Are Important Components Of Mentoring. Chapter Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary.mentoring: It?s About God?s Missionchapter 9: Mission Accomplishment And Troop Welfareand The Apostle Paul Teaches That Disciples Of Christ Are Indeed Called To A Disciplined Life, And Must Therefore Train Themselves To Live Godly Lives. Chapter 10: Rallying The Troopsmentors Are Intentional About Drawing Women Into Mentoring Relationships. Chapter Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary..mentoring: It?s A Call Into Communitychapter 11: Becoming Our Sister?s Keeperwe Have The Christian Duty To Look Out For Each Of Our Sisters. Chapter 12: The Distinct Voice And Our Trustmentoring Relationships Require Mutual Trust. Chapter Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary.mentoring: It?s Relationalchapter 13: Unity In Diversitymentoring From The Kingdom Perspective Of Making Disciples Of All People Groups Means That We Value Unity In Diversity And Across Generations. Chapter 14: Embracing All Of God?s Womenthere Are Many Issues That Divide Women In The Church. It Is Important That We Enter Mentoring Relationships With Women Who Are Different. It Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary.mentoring: It?s A Commitment To Lovechapter 15: The Mission Is Sacrificialmentors Must Remember Their Kingdom Purpose For Mentoring Which Is To Equip Disciples To Live Life On Purpose For God And To Equip Others For His Kingdom Work.chapter 16: Spiritual Gifts And Christian Charactermentoring Actually Develops Character And Prepares Mentors/menteess For Leadership Anywhere. It Includes The Practical ?this Is How We Do It? Summary Of This Mentoring Principle.epilogue And Appendices