Deep, authentic human connections don’t happen automatically. Effective mentorship requires a lot of intentionality, some patience, and a whole bucketload of courage. 1 + 1 = 3 is designed for mentors and mentees who want to experience real, life-changing growth but aren’t sure how to make it happen.
In this book, you will find fifty-two unique conversation prompts on personal, spiritual, and relational topics. Each one includes thought-provoking discussion questions, related scripture references, and reminders to track prayer requests and responses. The journal-style format offers convenient space to record questions and insights, helping you trace your growth over time. All these elements are based on well-founded research on spiritual development, psychological needs, and social behavior patterns and are designed to help you grow faster and more authentically together.
With willing hearts and the right tools, authentic and life-changing relationships are possible. Take your mentorship to the next level and see how two people can become so much more together!
Available for purchase starting at $7.99!
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(But FYI, if you buy through my publisher, WestBow Press, I get a larger percentage of royalties and you pay exactly the same amount.)
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It’s official! My first book is out! And it’s a good one. 😉 Yes, I’m biased, but I think you’ll agree. Check out what a few of my early readers have to say…
…an essential workbook for anyone who is involved in a mentoring relationship—whether they’re new to such partnerships or have been involved in ones for years.
The questions you pose are open-ended, thoughtful, and will allow the participants to choose for themselves how much they would like to share during each session—which will help them maintain a comfortable atmosphere.
I appreciate that you included personal journaling as one of the options. [I] would have been too scared to find someone to go through this with [but] would still get to benefit from this.