Mentoring

Mentoring is an informal training model, which has taken on a significant role in training of church leadership in the last two decades.  We work with both seasoned and emerging leaders to provide a mentoring experience for individual needs.

  • We encourage leaders to familiarize themselves with the nine types of mentoring influences (discipler, spiritual guide, coach, counselor, teacher, sponsor, contemporary model, historical model, and divine contact).
  • We define, model and teach the dynamics of basic mentoring. Stanley’s constellation model of mentoring (upward, lateral, and downward) is studied.
  • Mentoring includes self-paced online training (1o1, 2o1), facilitated live-group training , our online community forms and then practitioners.

Resources:

  • The Mentor Handbook, Dr. J. Robert Clinton, Barnabas Publishers, 1991.
  • Lessons in Leadership, Randal Roberts, Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, 1999.
  • Mentor Like Jesus, Regi Campbell, B&H Publishing, 2009.
  • The Joshua Portrait, Dr. Robert Clinton.
  • Daniel Generation, Godly Leadership in an Ungodly Culture, Dr. Erlacher, 2018.

Contact:

  • Brent Heishman: mentortfomn@gmail.com
  • Katrina Miller:

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