Imagine a church where many of the needs of younger women are being met by trained older women. It would not be a problem-free church, but it would be a healthy church where pastors are free to focus on their biblical responsibilities.
Unfortunately, although younger women need the guidance of godly older women more than ever, older women remain the most untapped resource in the church today. Some feel dispensable, undervalued, or overlooked. Many simply don't understand the role God calls them to have with younger women, or know how to fulfill it.
Getting Back on Track is an invitation to discover from Scripture what the role of the biblical mentor is and how God wants to use older women to help move younger women toward maturity in Christ. It is solidly grounded in Scripture from beginning to end and is written for the older woman, church leader, or younger woman who aspires to be a godly older woman someday.