There are many good reasons to seek a mentor… which are yours?

30 Jan

imageI believe a mentor can help me develop spiritual disciplines and form a closer relationship with God.

I need to gain a clearer sense of focus in life and ministry.

I am conscious that in my life and ministry I need insight and accountability in relation to issues of sexuality, use of money and use of power.

I want to develop as a relational leader.

I want to understand and develop my unique mix of ministry gifts and skills.

I need to become more accountable for the time and effort I put into marriage and family relationships.

I struggle with stress in ministry.

There are specific ministry and life skills I would like to acquire (and these are …… ).

I am moving through a time of decision and exploring options for the future.

I need someone with whom to debrief critical ministry situations.

I need to resolve or manage interpersonal conflict.

I need some ways of objectively reviewing my life and ministry and get a ‘fix’ on where I am and where I need to develop.

I want someone to keep me on the growing or cutting edge.

My ministry changing and I would like to manage this transition well.

I need to be held accountable for specific commitments in my life and ministry.

I would like to be better organised for effective ministry.

I want to maintain an ongoing commitment to learning and growth.

I would like to equip, lead and develop the leaders around me.

I need to find time for recreation and use it well. 

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