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"From a distance, things can look perfect. It is when we are in relationship—when we are up close and personal—that we begin to see each other’s flaws. "

MENTORING: A WITNESS TO “WITHNESS”

MENTORING: A WITNESS TO “WITHNESS”

Originally Posted on dr.abc Date of Original Post | Nov 2, 2015 “Jesus appointed twelve–designating them apostles–that they might be withhim…” (Mark 3:14) Essential to every mentoring relationship is a connectedness that comes from being “with” someone. “Withness” is a core ingredient in mentoring. The ministry of identifying and being present in each other’s life experiences allowsContinue Reading MENTORING: A WITNESS TO “WITHNESS”

Lonely In The Pew

Lonely In The Pew

Originally Posted on Center for Pastoral Excellence Date of Original Post |  Jul 28, 2014 Mental health is an integral part of self-care. In the church we are reluctant to discuss depression. Yet many suffer in silence. Often called the “common cold”, depression quietly lurks in the shadows. One of the contributing factors to depression isContinue Reading Lonely In The Pew