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How many times in your spiritual walk have you found yourself needing guidance or wish you had someone that you trust to talk about a problem you were having? Over the last few years, I’ve become more intentional about reading and studying the Bible and I’ve became very interested in what it takes to be a Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 woman.
One of the ways we are called to serve God is by mentoring other women. In Titus 2:4 wise women are told to train the younger women, also known as mentoring.
Have you ever thought about being a mentor or by being mentored by another woman?
I remember going off to college and wishing I had an older sister who had gone through Maybe you have just gotten married and a mentor could help you understand the changes between being a single woman and a married woman. If you just had your first child, wouldn’t it be wonderful to have someone who has experience she can share with you?
Some of the benefits of having a mentor include:
- A spiritually mature mentor will help you grow into a Godly woman by showing you love and grace.
- A mentor will pay attention to what is happening in your life and will help you stay accountable when you are off track.
- A mentor will pray with you and for you.
- A mentor has grown into the woman she is and she can guide you with resources to help you grow.
Titus 2 women can be hard to find! It seems everyone has their own “stuff” going on and it’s hard to find someone who will put themselves out there to help you. If you have felt this way, here are a few tips for you when searching for a mentor:
- Pray- Ask God for help finding the right mentor for you.
- Attend Bible studies with women of all age groups.
- Read- There are many authors who can guide you with their books. Authors such as Sally Clarkson and Elisabeth Elliot offer great wisdom in their books. I have read many of Sally’s books and have considered her a “mothering” mentor for a long time!
- Once you have a mentor, listen to her. Respect her and ask her questions. Use her experience as a guide for your growth!
Do you have a mentor? If you do, how did you establish that relationship? Do you know someone else that would be blessed by you mentoring them?
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