Toward Effective Pastoral Mentoring
August 11, 2010
Updated March 27, 2023
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When a pastor is just beginning ministry, everything is new and in some ways, unknown. It’s exciting, but can also be a time of uncertainty. Having someone to walk alongside a new pastor is key to developing good ministry practices and self-care. The CRCNA requires all pastors to be in a mentoring relationship for the first five years of ministry. The pastors (mentees) are able to choose their mentor—which is key since a good fit is a must.
Toward Effective Pastoral Mentoring is a practical resource for mentors and mentees as they together explore ministry. Topics range from time management to difficult people to nurturing Kingdom passion. Each topic has discussion questions and a resource list.
You can order free copies of Toward Effective Pastoral Mentoring in English, Korean, or Spanish below or by calling Faith Alive Resources at 800-333-8300.
Toward Effective Pastoral Mentoring is written and published by Pastor Church Resources.
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