Raising 3 kids on my own wasn’t always easy. Experiencing God’s never-ending love during my years as a single mom is something I’m passionate to share with as many as I can. At The Life Project, I’m able to fulfill my dream of helping those who are stuck in depression, hopelessness, and despair to find the freedom that God offers.
I have the privilege of working with a team of like-minded people who share the common goal of making online mentoring the best it can be! Determining the goals and needs of this mentoring ministry together is thrilling.
Mentors are the backbone of this online ministry. One of my key duties is identifying individuals who would make good mentors and providing them the guidance and direction needed to enhance their ministry experience. I love the words of Theodore Roosevelt (inspired by Jesus washing His disciples feet): “People don’t care what you know, until they know how much you care.” Good mentors know they need to earn the right to be heard. I help them to build rapport through good listening skills, acknowledging the person's pain, and asking clarifying questions. This builds trust and opens doors to share the hope of Christ.
"Mentoring enriches my daily life, and the most important fact is that my personal relationship with Christ Jesus is growing! ... Thank you for your encouragement, advice, and leading!" — Elsa (mentor, legally blind)
There are millions of people walking around without purpose, joy, or hope. The World is online. Our mission is to help them know Jesus.
I invite you to share in this adventure with us, through prayer and/or financial assistance. Perhaps you’d like to become an online mentor yourself.
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