Mentoring Moments is biblically–based without being “preachy.” It’s thought–provoking, easy–to–read, and allows parents and other mentors to systematically cover with the young people in their lives fifty–two vitally important life lessons.
— Kirk Cameron, Actor, Producer
Young people are not being taught what they need to know in order to succeed in today’s world. Mentoring Moments offers fifty-two vital life lessons for dads, moms, and other mentors, so they can reclaim their rightful place as the primary teachers for their young people.
This book is useful for every role model on the globe, especially dads and moms with elementary through high-school-age children. Yet coaches, teachers, pastors, and any other mentors can use this book. With built-in questions at the end of each lesson, this resource offers meaningful connecting points for mentors and the young people in their care. Birthed in response to many requests from those who read Boy’s Passage, Man’s Journey or Girl’s Passage, Father’s Duty, this resource gives readers practical knowledge to mentor those in the next generation.
With four grown children of his own (and grandchildren too), author Brian Molitor pulls from his own experiences as he aims to help mentors impart life lessons, create meaningful teaching moments, and expand the worldview of those under their care.
Use the brief Bible passages included in each lesson to create a life-long habit of Scripture reading for the young people in your life. Capture key moments of impartation, bonding, and nurturing. Prepare your young people to enter the adult world with confidence and empower the next generation with the tools they need to take on life’s challenges.
BRIAN D. MOLITOR is the founder of the Malachi Global Foundation and the CEO of Molitor International. He is an international author, speaker, and thought leader in the areas of parenting as well as organizational development. He is married with four children and multiple grandchildren.
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