JR. Forasteros - February 9, 2014

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The Mentorist

We're taught by our culture that we should be self-sufficient. But God never designed us to do life alone. Elijah's struggles in the wake of his victory at Mt. Carmel demonstrate that the answer to our sense of hopelessness isn't more God-moments; it's others to share our journey with. We should look for those who are Before, Beside and Behind us. We'll call these intentional, life-giving relationships "mentoring relationships". Welcome to The Mentorist!

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We're taught by our culture that we should be self-sufficient. But God never designed us to do life alone. We don't find success in chasing one more God-moment. Rather, we should look for those who are Before, Beside and Behind us. We'll call these intentional, life-giving relationships "mentoring relationships". What do these relationships look like? How can we foster them in our daily lives? Welcome to The Mentorist!

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We’re taught by our culture that we should be self-sufficient. But God never designed us to do life alone. We don’t find success in chasing one more God-moment. Rather, we should look for those who are Before, Beside and Behind us. We’ll call these intentional, life-giving relationships “mentoring relationships“. What do these relationships look like? How can we foster them in our daily lives?

Welcome to The Mentorist!

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