Podcast: The Value of Simple Mentoring
There is something in the air recently at our church and others, regarding mentoring and discipleship. In this All Saints conversation, Brock Bingaman talks with Roc Bottomly, who has a lifetime’s worth of experience in the value of mentoring.
Mentoring doesn’t have to be complex, difficult, or intimidating. Many people have reservoirs of wisdom to share with others — wisdom gained through doing life with God, over time. You don’t have to be perfect or without struggles to be a good mentor. In fact, just the opposite: broken people who have walked through hard times make good mentors.
How do you get started? We’ll give some practical help for
• how to start a mentoring relationship
• what to talk about during meetings
• how often — and for how long — to meet
The process isn’t complicated, and the results can be life-changing—and life-bringing.