“We all mentor everyday – whether we realize it or not.”
What kind of mark are we leaving? What kind of difference are we making?
As many of you know, part of my (Ann) annual planning includes identifying a word for the coming year – one single word that becomes a sort of theme for me. And it’s surprising how relevant that word becomes as the year...
Thank you again for your interest in us and for the special role you play in our ministry. We feel very supported and encouraged.Yesterday I received a text message from one of my granddaughters who was feeling the weight of some issues in her...
After the unexpected detours that Donna and I have experienced over these past three months, we’re ready to complete our article on avoiding barriers. In the May issue of Fingerprint, we talked about the situational issues that can create...
Awarded a 4 out of 5 rating
“I have read many books on mentoring and this one would probably rank on my “top 5 list” for being practical for someone wanting to know how to be a better mentor.” ~ GoodReads.com
“I couldn’t stop reading until I reached the final chapter.” ~ Denise Ramsay, Book Manager & Purchaser for House of James
“This is the perfect book for any grandma, grandma wannabe, or grandma who finds herself raising her grandchildren — who wants or needs to understand the critical role she can play in the lives of future generations. You won’t want to put down this tribute to a great woman who saw herself as just someone doing what she needed to do and making the best of even the worst situations.” ~ Barbara Mang Koi, author, co-author of five books and more than 600 articles in the Chicago Tribune.
One of our greatest passions is to minister to people face to face at events like conferences and retreats. If you are looking for someone to speak at your event, the following information will help you learn more about how we can help you.
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