The Secrets to Mentorship are at your Disposal
It is within our very nature to want to share anything new we have learned (especially if we are excited about it) with others. A toddler will learn a new word and will repeat it over and over in excitement and even an adult will call up his/her best friend to tell them about the new thing they have learned.
Mentoring others is a natural gift that God has given us as human beings, but there comes a difference between a mentor and a good mentor. A mentor will teach you what he knows and that is it. A good mentor will travail long with you until you reach the goal that has been set, you have gained all that you are supposed to, and even for you to surpass them!
Before I continue, let me ask you this question: "What trainer are you right now, and what kind of trainer do you want to be?"
God has placed you in a fivefold ministry office and He has given you the ability to train up others in that calling as well, but first, you need to know just how to do that you need to know how to pull that gold out of them!
Inside this kit, you will find many tools and truths about the difference between mentoring someone in prophetic training vs. the apostolic, and even what to look for in a disciple!
- Discover what it means to call someone to discipleship
- Why it is important to lay out the ground rules
- How to get your disciple to admire you
- The dangers of mentoring for yourself rather as well as them
- How to be a good disciple
- What happens after the mentorship is finished
There is much more to learn, but God has called you to train up His mighty men, so you better be prepared and have all the tools you need in order to do just that!