Scripture demonstrates the importance of wise companions and caring persons to guide and encourage our growth in Christ. This training will assist you to develop and further practice your skills and abilities to mentor others in their relationships. Our sessions will include presentations and opportunities to practice some of the significant principles of mentoring including listening, asking questions, discernment, and how to develop a mentoring relationship. Whether you are experienced or simply curious about mentoring this seminar will offer helpful insights for you to use in your daily Christian life.
Free Audio from this Seminar:
•The Nature and Need for Mentoring in Today’s Church
•Cultivating Attentive Listening
•The Fine Art of Asking Questions
•Beginning and Developing a Mentoring Relationship
•Discernment of Experiences and “Call”
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Tom Schwanda is associate professor of Christian Formation and Ministry, Wheaton College and also teaches Christian spirituality in the Doctor of Ministry program at Fuller Theological Seminary. He also served as pastor in three churches for eighteen years. Tom is a trained spiritual director and has taught courses on mentoring at Wheaton as well as other colleges.