Entries by elizabeth

Report – Manitoba trip / May 2018

Each month Ralph ministers for a week in Southern Manitoba. The cities of Winkler and Morden are the main centers in which he works but he is often in smaller centers in the region ministering to house churches and discipling or mentoring individuals.  In May Ralph began meeting with business leaders as well with plans […]

Mentoring – Part Six

Mentoring is not about coming to know something. Teaching to mentoring is the way that many leaders approach the whole idea of mentoring others or even mentoring one-on-one. This is not to deny that during the mentoring process those being mentored learn things. Of course they do. But this is not the prime purpose of […]

Mentoring – Part Five

In his book “Apple Confidence, Owen W. Linzmayer tells of the interaction between John Scully and Steve Jobs, the founder and chief of Apple Computer. Scully, then the legendary CEO of Pepsico, tells how he repeatedly turned down Job’s compelling offer to come head up Apple. Until one day when Jobs said something that rocked […]

Mentoring – Part Four

We are looking at the basic six reasons that every believer needs a mentor and why every believer should be mentoring someone on a regular basis. So far we have see: 1> Jesus did it, and He told us to do it as well 2> We will find greater and deeper meaning and fulfillment in […]

Mentoring – Part Three

Before we look at the elements of mentoring as seen in the life and ministry of Jesus and His relationship with His original twelve disciples (listed and briefly explained in the previous blog in this series); let’s look at six reasons we should all, as dedicated followers of Jesus, be involved in both being mentored […]

Mentoring – Part Two

Mentoring has become a buzz word these days in the Church world. However, it is not a new concept. Jesus mentored twelve men for three years sharing life and ministry with them on a daily basis. As a result, He had a tremendous impact on their lives – their world perspective, their beliefs, their priorities, […]