I need some help. I would be tickled pink if you would take a look at the poll to your right and vote. Then, if you're feeling especially interested, take a moment and look at my post from yesterday, about mentoring. I would appreciate any comments you might have on the subject. Thanks!
As for what's next, I will be posting another interview this weekend. This time it will be with the Project Lead and creator of Ubuntu Christian Edition, Jereme Hancock. I'm really looking forward to it!
Next week I will discuss a little more about mentoring, but we'll focus on what it means to the church. I'll also focus a post on the upcoming US Navy Evaluation cycle for E6 Sailors. It's that time of the year!
We'll do more posts too, but that's a brief look ahead.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts on mentoring and seeing the results of the voting!
Do you have to personally know the person you are learning from for them to be a mentor?
I'm going to have to write a post on this. That's a good question! Without a doubt it is possible to learn a great deal from people whom you don't know personally. I've read the likes of Rick Warren, Larry Crabb, and George Barna, to name a few, and learned a great deal from them.
Still, they are not my mentors. My mentor in the Christian community is someone who knows me and helps me evaluate where my life is now. None of those men mentioned above can do that.
So, unfortunately, the answer is no, at least as far as terminology goes. I hope that helps! Stick around and I'll do a post on that soon.
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