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Title: Intentional Mentoring Session 1 Introduction and Biblical Principles Paul Wilcox www.thementoringnetwork.net


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Intentional MentoringSession 1Introduction
and Biblical PrinciplesPaul Wilcoxwww.thementor
ingnetwork.net
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  • Exodus 211-14
  • - What is YOUR secret?
  • - Are you facing, or have you faced,
  • a burning bush?

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Galatians 5 - It is for FREEDOM that Christ has
set us free
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Mentoring is discipleship with a kick! Paul
Wilcox
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  • Background
  • Historically the word mentor comes from Homers
    classic The Odyssey
  • Today An experienced and trusted adviser
  • Oxford English Dictionary

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  • Types of Mentoring
  • Intensive mentors
  • (discipler, spiritual guide, coach)
  • Occasional mentors
  • (counsellor, teacher, sponsor, peer, internal
    and external)
  • Passive mentors
  • (contemporary and historical)

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And the things you have heard me say in the
presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable
people who will also be qualified to teach
others 2 Timothy 22, TNIV
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  • Mentoring is a dynamic, intentional relationship
    of trust in which one person (mentor) enables
    another (mentoree) by sharing their God given
    experience and resources, to maximise the grace
    of God in their life, and in the service of Gods
    Kingdom purposes
  • Arrow Leadership Programme

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  • Christianity is about relationship
  • Relationships unlock the
  • post modern heart
    Robin Rolls
  • Biblical images (vine, body)

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  • Greek word Koinonia - we have a
  • duty to love one another (John 1334)
  • John Wesleys General Rules for Methodist
    Fellowships Watch over one another in love
    (1743)
  • We NEED each other (Ecclesiastes 49-12,
  • Proverbs 2717)

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A person trying to make it on their own is an
accident waiting to happen Howard
Hendricks
strengthen your brothers Jesus words to
Simon, Luke 2232b We would add ...strengthen
your sisters
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Jethro and Moses
Moses and Joshua
Ruth and Naomi
David and Jonathan
Elijah and Elisha
Barnabas and Paul
Paul and Timothy
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Jesus - the perfect model, method and message for
mentoring
We must get to know - His being - His words -
His deeds
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So here's what I want you to do, God helping you
Take your everyday, ordinary lifeyour sleeping,
eating, going-to-work, and walking-around
lifeand place it before God as an offering.
Embracing what God does for you is the best thing
you can do for him. Don't become so well-adjusted
to your culture that you fit into it without even
thinking. Instead, fix your attention on God.
You'll be changed from the inside out. Readily
recognize what he wants from you, and quickly
respond to it. Unlike the culture around you,
always dragging you down to its level of
immaturity, God brings the best out of you,
develops well-formed maturity in you. Romans
121-2, The Message
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Leadership training cannot be done on a mass
scale. It requires patient, careful instruction
and prayerful, personal guidance over a
considerable time. Disciples are not manufactured
wholesale. They are produced one by one because
someone took the pains to discipline, to
instruct, and enlighten, to nurture and train one
that is younger. J O Saunders, Spiritual
Leadership
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I can see no way for effective discipleship
(mentoring) to happen in the 21st Century, apart
from through small groups and one-to-one
relationships. Bishop Graham Cray
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Invest in the few for the sake of the many
Leighton Ford
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  • Spiritual Parenting
  • An increasingly important contemporary model for
    mentoring
  • Emotional and spiritual orphans
  • Father Heart of God (Floyd McClung)

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