As I enter this season of my life and ministry, the example of Jesus weighs heavy on my mind and heart.
Namely, the fact that He spent most of His time with a group of people who “got” what He was teaching, realizing how unique it was during their time.
And they wanted more.
At bottom, I’m a problem-solver who seeks to add value to the lives of God’s people, especially in those areas which are rarely talked about or addressed.
As my ministry on the deeper Christian life has increased in scope over the last 5 years, I’m being pressed about with speaking invitations, demands from publishers, and interview requests.
This all on top of my normal routine of producing a podcast, blogging , producing new courses, writing new eBooks, and answering hundreds of emails. Not to mention the on-the-ground work that I’m engaged in with the poor and needy.
All told, I’ve got to make a change — I can’t keep all of these plates in the air.
That brings me to a deep need that many of you have expressed.
Over the years I’ve received many requests from Christians in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, asking me to mentor them.
In my post on mentoring, I outlined a number of ways in which you can receive mentoring from me right now.
That said, I’ve created a Network where I mentor people virtually, as well as in person (via a live annual conference) and where connections are made with others on the deeper journey.
If interested, check out THE DEEPER CHRISTIAN LIFE NETWORK.
In closing, here’s where I’ve discussed the subject of mentoring in the past. Check them out as I believe they will be helpful to you.