Mentors can only provide help where and when the mentee would like to receive help.

By asking good questions, being patient, and praying for your mentees, you will be able to see more clearly where God wants you to guide them. Another component of mentoring is being there just to be there. Sometimes a simple email or text of encouragement may be exactly what a mentee needs.

Mentoring is different than discipleship.

Mentoring is walking alongside your mentees as they progress in their professional, personal, and spiritual development – all while applying a Christian perspective to situations arising in the workplace, with family or in other settings.