He invites us to abide with him. Jesus, the Word, has placed his word in us. He invites us to abide in his word. It changes us from the inside out. As Jesus companions us, so we are invited to companion others. This is the stuff of lasting life change. May the fellowship of Spirit open up all around us ways and means of abiding, companioning presence with one another. Thanks Scott. Your thoughts are always a great encouragement and a call to stay with what is important.
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My own tendency is to enter into a limited relationship when I disciple; that way, I try to avoid the unknowns of time commitment, or getting into a situation where I lack the capacity to provide guidance, or where my true insufficiency might be revealed, or where there might be some long-lasting pain…in other words, I am seeking to protect myself before I seek to serve others and allow the Lord to work through me.
And yet, how wonderful and deep the abiding with Jesus becomes when I am unable to avoid my neediness! Thanks for pointing us to him. Michael, thanks for your reflections. We seem to kill ourselves running to meetings and programs but have insufficient time to just companion people — hang out. Quite the pickle. Bless you as you tend to others in your world. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Deep Mentoring: Guiding Others on Their Leadership Journey by Randy D. Reese and Robert Loane
He received his doctorate of missiology in In this season of life, Randy's heartbeat was for developing lay leaders in the church. He founded the ministry of VantagePoint3 in in an effort to help men and women discover more deeply who God is, who they are and what God desires to do through them. Randy was blessed to become the father of Liam in April of Randy loved coffee dates with Susan, chasing Liam, running, walking our dogs Cody, Kady and Rizzo, coffee times with family, projects around the house, coffee times with friends, riding horses, traveling and drinking coffee and reading and drinking coffee.
He simply enjoyed life and loved coffee. Reese, Randy D. Published Downers Grove, Ill. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 3.
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Author Reese, Randy D. Subjects Christian leadership. Mentoring -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
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Discipling Christianity Spiritual direction. Spiritual direction Mentoring - Religious aspects - Christianity Christian leadership Summary This book is designed to help you know better how to come alongside others as a guide and a friend, to invest in their spiritual formation and leadership.
If you want long-term impact on the lives of future leaders, how you guide must be as important as the content you impart. Only then will you see lifelong change and empowerment in those you mentor. Contents Noticing God's already-present action Paying attention Storied way: what we learn from editing our lives Learning from those who have come before us Foundation: a beginning Preparation: finding our way Contribution: leading out of who we are Multiplication: finishing well Guiding the formation of others Imitating Jesus?
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Way with others Christian leadership formation: the nature of our work Lessons from those who have come before us Big picture: getting a lifelong perspective Macro-observations from Clinton's leadership emergence study Practices for the long haul. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links