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The Making of a Mentor: 9 Essential Characteristics of Influential Christian Leaders Paperback – 1 Sep 2005

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"To read The Making of Mentor is like eavesdropping on a quiet conversation between old and seasoned friends. Together, Ted Engstrom and Ron Jenson focus on mentoring, a vital form of leadership. Rather than presenting a 'how to' book of simplistic formulas, they invite reflection on such biblical character traits as encouragement, gentleness, godliness, honesty, and servanthood. This wise book will inspire you to deepen your relationships biblically and mentor others for the glory of God."

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Sad Story 24 Dec. 2014
By doris m. tamblyn - Published on
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It does not seem right to say I liked it because it was a very sad true story about a Christian who founded World Vision and whom I knew as a very wonderful man. In the book, written by his daughter, even though she was sympathetic to her father, he turned out to be a sad disappointment, possibly because of mental issues. My sympathies were with his wife all the way and I grieved over the whole tragic story.
GREAT BOOK! Wish they would start publishing it again 18 Feb. 2015
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GREAT BOOK! Wish they would start publishing it again.
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good 8 Feb. 2008
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not a happy, feel warm and fuzzy book. Yet it tells you the truth. It is a good book to read for anyone going into Christian ministry. The truth is tough and people have been hurt. you will pry shed some tears. Yet you will know how to better treat your family when things get tough.
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