Mentoring Relationships

 “The church changes the world not by making converts, but by making disciples.” - John Wesley

Mentoring is our 5 month one-on-one discipleship program in which we follow the directive by Jesus to "go and make disciples of all the nations..." by equipping and encouraging using biblical models (like Paul and Timothy). These mentoring relationships will focus on spiritual growth working through a tailor-made curriculum for each Mentee based on our 5 Endless Growth Values that will extend far beyond the 5 months.

Engage > Equip > Established > Empowered > End Game

    The Win


    To be all that God wants us to be in Jesus and help others be that too! Mentoring is a way of raising up mature Christian disciples within the Body of Christ. In mentoring one-on-one we intentionally make disciples and create safe places for people to learn and grow, to be a vital part of community living in these practical ways: 


    1. Seeking God Daily in Meaningful Ways
    2. Pursuing Christ-Likeness Daily
    3. Becoming Self-Feeders
    4. Establishing Generous Life Habits
    5. Developing Focused Evangelistic Efforts
    6. Being Actively Plugged Into the Church Community




    • That there is a genuine connection and commitment between Mentor/Mentee as they invest time together.

    • Growth beyond the 5-months in pursuing Individual Development Plans for needed areas of growth or struggle.

    • A continuation of the Mentor/Mentee relationship socially with periodic check-ins, prayer support, accountability and counsel.

    • Encouragement to go through “next steps” such as baptism, volunteering, Life Groups, CKA's, Deeper Studies, partnership, Leadership Intensive Training, etc.


    How Can Someone Sign Up?


    Easy! As a new Mentee, you'll use the sign up link below to sign up with a Mentor that's on the list for the men or women (or you can write someone in for consideration) and then leadership will reach out to you to set up an initial meeting to see if it's a good fit. They will also go over the time commitment needed and some of the materials. After that, you'll sign The Mentoring Contract and you'll be on your way!