Mentoring Program Plan
1.For this assignment,imagine the Senior Pastor at your church has asked you to develop a Mentoring Program for adult members of the congregation. You want to make sure the program incorporates elements of spiritual formation and growth. 2.Complete this template to develop the outline for a mentoring program for a specific group,e.g.,single adults or single parents. I. Mentoring Program Ministry Guidelines: List 5-7 ministerial guidelines thosewho act as mentors must follow. Remember to consider the specific situations that a mentor might encouter with the selected group. For instance, is it wise to have a married mentor work with a group of single mentees? Provide a brief explanation of why you feel each guideline is important,as well as a biblical passage that supports the guideline. II. Mentoring Program Ministry Plan: Make a ministry plan for the mentoring program by listing a few topics mentors might discuss with the group, i.e., prayer, studying the bible, loving others, etc. Under each topic, provide some examples or strategies on how the mentor could provide guidance on the topic. Provide biblical passages that support your examples or strategies, as well as explanations of church traditions that might be helpful. III. Application of Spiritual Formation: In 200-300 words write a Mentoring Program Purpose Statement that conveys to future mentors the purpose and structure of the mentoring program. Make sure the statement expresses how the mentoring program will help others grow spiritually.
Mentoring Program Plan Name Course University Date Mentoring Program Plan The vision for Believers Christian Church single`s group is to effectively and efficiently provide mentoring services to the single parents of the church. Our mentors will be a consistent and dedicated team of individuals who will make it their goal to work on a personal basis with a church member or individual concerned. * Mentoring program ministry guideline * Always be on time for every appointment. It is always respectful to be there in time since this will help the single parent realize that you value him or her. * Signing-up to be a mentor requires one to be a dedicated, self-less person and it is done on a voluntary basis. This means that, one has to deny his or her time in order to meet up with a single parent if need be. * One must make it his or her goal to meet a single parent three times in every single week. Scriptures tell us to encourage each other daily as long as it is called â€˜today`. Therefore, it is important to always be in close-contact with a single parent. * Follow-ups after every encounter are important. Each m...