Theologian Miroslav Volf said, “‘We are the church’ doesn’t mean, ‘We meet occasionally’ or ‘We cooperate in a current project.’ Instead, we actually become part of one another.
One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts. (Psalm 145:4)
In fact, mentorship as a method of discipleship is deeply rooted in the Scriptures
It’s time to pass the mantle and invest your life into someone else. In the first century a rabbi’s goal was to place their WHOLE life in inside of a disciple. Their time, energy, passions, and love were meant to be shared and share it they did with their disciple.
Some of you need love shared with you. You need the investment of a mentor and some of you are ready to be a mentor. The generations below us and those desiring to grow in maturity in Christ need the guidance that you have to help shape them more and more into the image of Christ.
Our mentorship ministry strives to create more and more relational bonds within the church as we continue to proclaim God’s wonderful deeds to the next generation.