As a mentor with more than twenty years' experience, Paul Wilcox is well equipped to explore both the construction process of making disciples and the personal journey of the mentor. Packed with dos and don'ts, practical tips, and pointed questions to aid reflection, Intentional Mentoring
shines a light on these precious relationships and gives confidence to those who just don't know where to start. With relatable autobiographical detail, considerable hands-on experience, and a lot of grace, this book affirms those who are already mentoring and spurs on those who are considering it.
With a storytelling style that is earthy and authentic, challenging and biblical, this little volume will be a well-thumbed resource for helping usher in God's kingdom in the lives of mentors and mentees alike.