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Mentoring in religious education

by Leona M. English

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Published by Religious Education Press in Birmingham, Ala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mentoring in Christian education.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementLeona M. English.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV1533.5 .E54 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 228 p. :
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL360148M
    ISBN 100891351078
    LC Control Number98020191
    OCLC/WorldCa39122757

      What does the Bible say about mentorship?" Answer: The word “mentor” is defined as “a wise and trusted counselor or teacher.” Of course, God has filled the body of Christ with many potential mentors besides those who are named as elders or shepherds. The official church leaders cannot personally meet all the mentoring needs of everyone. This book is written for professionals in the field of religious education, to develop them as mentors in order to provide skills for new professionals and renew experienced religious educators.

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Mentoring in Religious Education fills a vacuum in the discipline of religious education by addressing the currently popular issue of mentoring. Other books speak to the issue of being a spiritual mentor or guide to others; this book speaks more specifically to the issue of mentoring the religious by: Mentoring in Religious Education.

English, Leona M. This book considers every phase of the mentoring process, offering basic principles and concrete practices to establish and nourish an effective mentoring program for religious by: Introduction to mentorship -- Mentors from the religious tradition -- Educational research findings on mentorship -- Basic guidelines for mentorship -- Establishing the basis for mentorship -- Recruiting, selecting and matching mentors and mentees -- Preparing mentors and mentees -- Compensating the mentors -- Maintaining the mentorship relationship -- Evaluating the mentoring program.

Biblical Counseling, Discipleship, Mentoring, Teens. “Mentoring” is a buzzword in our current culture. A quick google search on the words “mentoring teenagers” yields dozens of articles, blogs, organizations, and curricula to mentor teens in both the secular and Christian realms.

Biblical mentoring sets Mentoring in religious education book apart from many other mentoring strategies because it is not a program or a. Christian Mentoring at Mentoring in religious education book 4 What is Christian Mentoring. book. Our ground rules Having said that, whilst we’re hoping mentoring relationships will de-velop organically and arrangements will be the responsibility of individu- education, healthcare, youth work, and restorative justice.

Over the pastFile Size: 1MB. A Christian Perspective on Mentoring. The author has spent his professional life in education. He began by teaching Religious Studies in a He is Book Review Editor for the International.

outreach efforts of a local Christian church. The mentor training process and some outcomes of the training program are presented. Implications of the training and the need for additional research are presented.

Keywords: mentoring, education, discipline, faith-based programs. Bishops, Duties Faith, Growth In Christian Conduct Respect, For God's Character Imitating Good People Bishops, Qualifications Maintaining Faith elders, in the church Leadership Imitating Others Remembering People Gospel, Transmission Of Being a Model Consistency Teaching In The Church Ministry, In The Church Confidence And Self Esteem.

This Introduction to Mentoring was produced as a general guide for prospective mentors and mentees who are interested in engaging in professional developmental relationships.

5 MENTORING DEFINED A mentor is an individual with expertise who can help develop the career of a mentee. A mentor o en has two primary functions for the mentee. Mentoring relationships take various forms.

Those most familiar is a senior to a junior. However, peer on peer mentoring is also a viable approach. I encourage an open mind allowing God to lead. He is perfect in His wisdom and will bring the people together that He desires in a mentor.

book that shows the importance of mentoring in all levels of education, from faculty in higher education, members of the school board, to the faculty and principals in. A resource for a Mentoring program I am developing for our church -- From the publisher: A great little book packed with wisdom and instruction to add to the successful series from John C.

Maxwell. This book explores the timeless principles /5. Best of all, Dr. Donovan's teachings are presented in terms that any man can understand and apply.

Men Mentoring Men Again is a resource designed to assist Christian men in fulfilling Christ's commission. It is not merely information - it is an action-oriented guide Pages: Debbie Stuart, Director of Women’s Ministry at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, TX, shares her training handout used in the women’s mentoring ministry.

She has it printed out in booklet form using attractive fonts and formatting. After the training session, the booklet is kept as a reference by the ministry participants. Purpose: Spiritual growth through friendship Two are better than. relevant areas.

Mentoring is a broader term describing the process of helping a man or woman realizes his or her potential in every pursuit: of spiritual, vocational, organizational and relational. The processes of coaching and mentoring involve the coach/mentor in guiding the learner towards Size: KB.

One caution, though. Christian mentoring is somewhat different than secular mentoring. Christians are constantly striving to be like Christ, but do not attain perfection in this life.

Paul urged the Corinthians to "Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ" (1 Corinthians ). Christ is the ultimate model we should follow. The mentor, who has been specially trained by the Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA), helps to guide the participant through the Religious Education Credentialing program.

You hear a lot about the value and wisdom of seeking out older mentors to walk beside you on your Christian journey.

Here are some thoughts and ideas about who should seek a mentor and who should be a mentor to the younger generations. Transcript Does wisdom come only with age. Wisdom comes with age, absolutely.

At least, biblically, we’re told that wisdom is with the aged. Essential Approaches to Christian Religious Education Learning and Teaching in Ugandaaims at two things: First, it is an effort to d e-scribe the essential methods that should be used in the teaching of Chris-tian religious education at the lower secondary school level in a plural-istic religious society such as Uganda.

Our editors have compiled the best on Mentoring topics from the archives. Here you'll find fresh, relevant, and honest articles that makes Today's Christian Woman a mentor.

out of 5 stars Vickie Kraft was the maven of mentoring & this book Vickie Kraft was the maven of mentoring & this book a textbook for anyone interested in beginning or establishing a ministry.

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