Category Mentor

Serving Others as She Led

“First and foremost, Mother Theodore was a religious woman. In her humble way she sought to follow God’s will rather than her own. As a servant leader, she rolled up her sleeves and physically participated in her missions. She taught in the classroom, cared for the field animals, tended the crops in the garden, coordinated […]

Teach to the Child Not the Class

In elementary and high school, I wasn’t the best student. My grades were mostly Bs and Cs. In college, I got all As. The variety of classes, teachers, and formats offered classes that aligned with my learning style. We don’t all learn the same way, and good teachers teach to the child. Young students can […]

Modern Heroes

Our children are exposed to hundreds of role models every day via television, the internet, videos, books, magazines, and newspapers in addition to the people who are up close and personal in their daily life.They are learning how to treat others, lead, react, and speak from them. Unfortunately, a good number do not display admirable characteristics. […]

Team Players

Committing to a personal relationship comes with the expectation of being equal partners on a team. Nothing makes life richer than to have a partnership where both parties strive to have each other’s back, offer encouragement to reach their goals, share and mentor where possible, and allow each other to sort through their thoughts without being judgmental. […]