The good news about offering all of our resources online for free is that all of our resources are online and available to you to use for free. The bad news is that it’s a lot of stuff, and while we’ve worked hard to make sure the process is manageable and the resources are presented clearly, there are still inevitably questions that arise.
So, today’s Manifesto is all about your questions. What questions do you have about Radical Mentoring? The process? The methodology? The results? We want to know what’s holding you back from getting your church involved or leading a group yourself? And we’ll do our best to answer your questions as well as we can.
We’ve seen this process work in churches of all shapes and sizes, led by mentors of all backgrounds and personalities, and we’re confident it can work for you. It may take some adjustments, but that’s why all of our resources are available to customize to fit your unique context. We know the process, you know your people, so let’s work together to figure out how to create mentoring environments where men can go deep with each other and with God.
Below are three articles that answer some big questions we’re often asked. You’ll also find a link to a form where you can ask us any other questions about Radical Mentoring.
We’re grateful to be in this with you!
What questions do you have about Radical Mentoring? Our team is here always here to guide and support you. While you can reach out any time, here’s a great chance to ask us your questions. We’ll do our best to answer, and we’ll be happy to schedule a follow-up time to connect if helpful.
Often we’re asked, “Why do you call it ‘Radical’ Mentoring?” Or “What makes it ‘radical’?” Radical means “very different from the usual or traditional.” In this article, RM President Kevin Harris shares a few reasons our mentoring process lives up to the name.
Sometimes, mentors ask why we have guys sign a covenant to be in a mentoring group. Such a religious word! And fraught with doctrinal conflict. In this post, RM founder Regi Campbell explains why the word covenant is so important.
Another question we get is “Why isn’t there more Bible in Radical Mentoring?” Short answer, it’s more present than it may seem at first glance. Longer answer, while we think deep Bible study is great, mentoring is a different type of environment.
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Small group mentoring can help you engage your men, build your core group of leaders, and transform your church. Our free resources equip you with all the tools you need to launch a sustainable mentoring program.