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2 responses to “Why Your Teens Need “Gap-Filling” Mentors”

  1. Melody says:

    Yes, yes, yes! Me too. And I am so thankful that God has provided godly mentors in both of my teenagers lives. Many times I’ve wanted to force it and ask someone to be their mentor but I have prayed in the background and asked God to bring someone wise and godly that they enjoy being around to influence them. God has provided that for both my kids. One is about to move away and I’m asking God to raise up another mentor close by.

  2. Hannah Holmes says:

    I am just now reading this. I am so, so grateful to have had you and Amilee as my small group leaders, even if for just a short period of time. It truly opens the door of communication to have someone besides your parents who you can talk to that want the best for you. It is an odd but beautiful combination of mother, confidant, friend, teacher, counselor…yet someone you can have a blast and be silly with all at the same time! The impacts really stick around. I may not remember specific words you spoke to me, but I will always remember how you made me feel and your general encouragements and teachings in certain areas. I am also thankful that, because of that relationship in the past, we can always pick up right where we left off (for example, I am texting you now about questions regarding Santa and Jesus and my new baby!). Love you, Katie!

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