Week #1: How to Have a Follow-up Conversation
In your group, sometimes you will need to take the initiative to meet with someone outside the group meeting to help them keep moving forward.
Week #2: How Do I Start a Mentoring Relationship?
You have finished mentor training, and you are ready to take the next step and actually mentor someone.
Week #3: 3 People Lists for Biblical Mentoring
Becoming a mentor using our online resources takes a bit of planning up front. Start by thinking through who is on your hit list, your active list, and your passive list.
Week #4: How to Mentor Co-Leaders
Mentoring co-leaders is a vital practice in raising up people who can help others pursue God and who can lead future small groups.