On this episode of Rainer on Leadership, Thom and Sam are joined by Kevin Harris, President of Radical Mentoring. We take some time to discuss how your church could benefit from a strong mentoring ministry.
In 2002, Kevin Harris, underwent a dramatic change as husband, father, and Jesus-follower through his experience as a mentee in a Radical Mentoring group. He is now the President of Radical Mentoring, a non-profit focused on equipping churches and mentors with resources and coaching to create disciple-making environments where the next generation can develop deep relationships with God and others. Before joining Radical Mentoring, Kevin led a sales team at Wells Real Estate Funds and served in sales positions at CNL and Atlas Energy. He and his wife Susan have two boys and live in Atlanta, GA.
- Why is it important for churches to have a mentoring ministry?
- What is the difference between mentoring, discipleship, and leadership development?
- What’s the ideal outline/process for disciple-making?
- What makes mentoring groups successful?
- What Kingdom impact are you seeing from the churches you serve?
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast:
- Radical Mentoring
- Radical Mentoring Known Collective
- Mentoring Launch Checklist
- Free 30-day trial Church Answers Silver membership
- How Your Church Can Reach People In A Post COVID World
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