Mentoring Millennials to Be Cross-Cultural Kingdom Workers

Thursday, 3:30 – 4:45 PM

Presented by: Greg Carter & David C.

As the Church prepares the next generation of Kingdom workers it desires to produce servants who are spiritually mature, emotionally healthy, and relationally secure. Millennials are especially receptive to local church leadership that is intentional in providing mentoring that is experiential. Offered within the context of loving accountability, this training will develop missionaries who are able achieve this level of maturity and stay long in their adopted country. Church leadership will have observed how the prospective missionary relates to his spouse, assigned him to work as part of various ministry projects, taught him financial skill and seen him show personal initiative. With a participating mentor the Millennial will be led through intentional development steps that build both confidence and competence.

Primary Audience: local church leadership

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