What Is Mentorship?
The Scripture tells us that older women are the ones who are to teach the younger women how to effectively live out their callings under God. Sadly, in today’s culture it is not always easy to find an older woman eager to invest the time and effort into discipling or mentoring those younger. Wouldn’t it be great if those seeking to apply God’s word throughout every area of life and thought had a woman to approach in order to ask questions, receive counsel, or just gain from her life experiences?
Titus 2 Mentoring Online is designed for those women who don’t have such a person close at hand. Making use of available technology (phones, email, chat sessions) this is easily remedied. In the 21st century, establishing a mentoring relationship doesn’t require living in the same neighborhood or attending the same church.
Andrea Schwartz has been active in homeschooling circles since the early 1980s, and now that her children are raised has taken to mentoring other women, as she herself was mentored in her early years of being a wife and mother. Her goal is to help women see that there is a direct, practical correlation in applying the Word of God to all the roles God has given: daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She was blessed to be mentored by a godly woman who taught her much of what she now shares.
Maybe mentoring is right for you. (See testimonials.)
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make inquiries regarding being mentored?
Make use of the Contact page and send an email with any questions.
Is there any charge for this service?
No, but you may make a donation to the ministry sponsoring it.
How often will I meet with a mentor?
That is determined by factors particular to your desires and circumstances. They can be as frequent or infrequent as you like.
It is only one-on-one, or is there a possibility for groups to get together for discussion?
That would fall under the category of our Online Webinars. These can be arranged but would be limited to 10 people so that it could truly be a discussion.
What if I don’t have Skype? Are you willing to talk via phone?
Sure thing. All methods of communication that allow for genuine interaction are acceptable.
Where can I find out more about you?