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Moriah Calderon

on 27 August 2013

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“Teens are 17% more likely to stay in school, attend class, go to college,
and possess hope about the future when they are exposed to a mentoring relationship.” – “Helping Young People Become More Like Jesus” Pamela Erwin

1.To bridge the gap between the high school and college/career aged youth.
2.To promote community
within our youth church.
3.To include and
empower the
4. To help them
their goals.
5. To help them
realize that
God is FUN!
6.To push them
into a deeper
relationship with
Proverbs 22:6
"Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it."
The mentees would consist of group of juniors from the ages of 12-18, who have been preapproved by their parents to be part of the program.

The mentors will be a group
of youth that have been put
through and interview
process and approved by the

The panel will be sister Moriah,
one parent of a junior,
the youth pastor, and a youth.

What will a mentor/mentee relationship consist of ?
a. The mentor will constantly be encouraging their junior via text, facebook, email, etc.

b. Fun hang outs to build relationship.
c. Mentors will supply both spiritual and emotional support.
Everyday! It is the mentors responsibility
to truly pour into their youth with daily prayer and constant encouragement.

Monthly hangouts are required

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to show your junior you care!
Anything from playing basketball to dinner and a movie would suffice.


Our juniors are being mentored by everything and everyone BUT US!!!

We as the older youth in this youth church
have the responsibility to pour into our juniors because their salvation and the future of our church depend on it.

“One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts.”

Psalm 154:4
We are looking for youth that have a solid foundation in Christ.

Youth that know who they are in Christ and are willing to help the juniors find their identity in Christ.

Youth that are baptized and adhere to the doctrine taught by our pastor.

Youth that are willing to invest their time and prayer in seeing their junior’s life transformed!

Mentor Expectations
A mentor must:
Be the example! You are 100% of the time influencing and teaching your juniors.
Through every post, picture, and word you say they are being influenced. We as youth are not perfect but we must strive to speak encouragingly, positively, and respectfully. And to act with motivation, conviction, and integrity.

Invest in your junior. Through prayer and conversation you can pour into your junior.
This doesn’t take a lot of time or effort. It just takes a little extra.

Sit and write out monthly goals with them, at the end of the month discuss those goals (i.e were they met, not met, how could they have been met).

Hang outs. ATLEAST once a month do
something not at all related to church!
You could ever pair up with another mentor
mentee couple. HAVE FUN!

You are now pouring into another person so make sure to stay filled up!!!
Seek someone who can pour into you.
This can be anybody that you see as a spiritual leader for you.

Help plan events for the mentorship program.
(These events will only be every 3 months and will range from anything such as movie nights to think tanks, get creative!)

“Be imitators of me,
as I am of Christ.”

1 Corinthians 11:1
Mentor/Mentee Evaluations
Every 3 months
How are you doing as a mentor?
Are you performing at the level of excellence that we require?
What can you do to better your mentorship?
After 2 bad evaluations a mentor wil no longer be able to mentor. They can reapply when they feel they are ready.
Juniors will be evaluated by their mentor.
Evaluated on their
strengths and how they've grown.
We are trying to make them realize their worth!
Juniors will evaluate their own weaknesses and share with us how we can help them grow.
“So, being affectionately desirous of you,
we were ready to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you had become very dear to us.”

1 Thessalonians 2:8


Once a year.
Hosted by the mentors for the mentees and their parents.
Testimonies, awards, etc.
A time to brag about how amazing your mentee is. we want their parents to realize this!
“Iron sharpens iron,
and one man sharpens

Proverbs 27:17
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