Tip of the Week

The purpose of the Tip of the Week is to provide weekly insight for Pastor’s and Men’s Leaders into the Biblical Design for Men, Issues Facing Men, and How to Build an Engaging Relationship with men that results in Authentic, Biblical manhood. We provide this insight because every man and every church deserves an environment for an engaging Ministry with Men.

Spiritual Mentoring: Committed

by | Apr 27, 2022

Spiritual Mentoring – Big Idea

Spiritual Mentoring can be formal or informal, however, one thing is for sure; it is intentional. We intentionally share time, energy, and the spiritual growth process in a relational environment.

“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals, and to prayer.”

— Acts 2:42 NLT

“They devoted themselves”: To grow and be good at anything you must devote yourself to it. Any acquired skill, habit, or even more importantly your relationships, must be intentional and must be a priority. When it comes to your commitment to spiritual growth, how would you rate yourself on a scale from 1 to 10 (with 10 being the best)?

Related Resource

Additional content found in the book The Spiritual Mentor by Dr. Jim Grassi.

The Spiritual Mentor - Jim Grassi