We’re only a couple of weeks into the fall semester at Southeastern Seminary, and already I’ve met with several students seeking a mentor. I’m pleased with that request because I’m convinced all of us need a mentor. Seminary is a great place to find a mentor, but that search must begin in the home and the local church.
With that need in mind, here are several previous posts that I hope will challenge you to find and be a mentor:
By the way, SEBTS now has a Doctor of Education degree in Discipleship and Mentoring. Dr. Jim Shaddix and I have the privilege of teaching the mentoring classes. If you’re interested, contact me at email@example.com.