In Titus Chapter 2, we are instructed in how to “mentor”. The older men and women are to guide the younger in how to live as Christians (and the younger are to accept guidance). How logical! Instead of buying a book from Dr. Phil on self esteem…what if our mom and dad had set a Christian example for us in business…romance…family….finance…?

      Why aren’t parents teaching their children how to work these days?

      Aren’t mom and dad capable of teaching one about sex?

      Why do grandmas dress like teenagers?

      And are Christians mentoring one another? My elders should lead me, the middle aged Christian! I should have advice for the young believer. And, the young believer should have the stamina and courtesy to help the elder believer. Think about it!

      Need your comments………………..


2 responses to “

  1. Mentoring is a delcate and learned art. Rather than “shoulds” it is better to simply do. Moreover, instead of focusing on what is lacking why not lead by example and do? There are man fine resources to learn and develop the art.

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