MENTORING, COACHING & DISCIPLING

PASSING THE TORCH

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PASSING THE TORCH

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.”

 2 Corinthians 5:17

Most of us need help understanding how to live the life God offers. God recognizes that we need help in order to grow. One method He uses is mentoring, coaching or discipleship. Mentoring occurs when a more mature Christian trains and teaches others who are less mature.  When we are new in the faith, we are often considered to be “baby Christians” and constantly have need to lean on others to grow. If we have been “slow to learn,” we need to be moved from feeding on milk to feeding on meat or solid food. Helping to make that transition is a significant role of a mentor.  When becoming a Christian, you become a new person. You leave behind your old way of doing  things and find yourself being transformed by God’s Spirit to live a radically new life!  Even so, most of us need help understanding how to live the life God offers.

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