Mentoring His Way

 

MENTORING HIS WAY  . VOLUME 2
Personal Characteristics of a Godly Life

by Dr. Roy Comstock

16.95

This is the second of a three-volume series called, Mentoring His Way – Disciple Twelve based on the “Twelve Characteristics of a Godly Life.”

In this second book, we learn about the four “Personal Characteristics if a Godly Life.”

Being Physically Pure:  I belong to God and honor Him with every part of my body

The first personal characteristic of living a Godly life is about how we are to use our bodies. To exemplify the person of Christ, we need to control our bodies by putting them under the control of the Holy Spirit. The body manifests the values of the spirit and soul. Our values and character are developed deep within our soul. Our character is manifested through the body by our behavior. When the body is under the control of the Holy Spirit, it is an obedient servant.

Being Love Motivated - I love my family more than I love myself

The second personal characteristic of a Godly life is understanding the importance of the family. In no other place is it more important to remember that our purpose as Christians is to conform to the image of Christ. To have a Godly life, we need to make love our motive in all relationships, especially relationships within our family. Love needs to be the golden thread that holds our families together

Being Extremely Valued:  I know and love who I am in Christ. I am extremely valued

The third personal characteristic of a Godly life is about the person - primarily our self-image. As others emulate our lives, it is important that we exemplify a positive attitude about who we are in Christ. To do this, we must first know how special we are to our Heavenly Father, because of our relationship in Christ.

Being Christ-actualized:  I am Christ-actualized rather than self-actualized

The fourth personal characteristic of a Godly life is learning how to apply motivation. Motivation is the inner drive in each of us that keeps us continuously striving toward the attainment of the goals we have set until such attainment is achieved. Having a Godly Life means that we are motivated to become like Christ.

Volume One covers the “Spiritual Characteristics of a Godly Life.”
Volume Three covers the “Lifestyle Characteristics of a Godly Life.”

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MENTORS GUIDE . VOLUME 2
Personal Characteristics of a Godly Life

by Dr. Roy Comstock

24.95

Each Mentor's Guide is a tool to equip you in sharing your knowledge of the “Twelve Characteristics of a Godly Life” with others. The content of the Mentoring His Way study books are completely embedded in the Mentor’s Guide. It is laid out by sessions, just like the study books are. Although, the guide has additional mentor information throughout the content.

At the beginning of each session, you will find a breakdown which reviews last the prior weeks study, and the homework assignments and memory verse for the current week. You will also find a list of Scriptures that are referenced and an outline of the chapter. At the end of the chapter, you will find questions and answers that are a part of the homework assignment. There is also a preview and the homework assignments for the following week.

This study is versatile. It can be used one-on-one for specific mentoring or within a group setting for mentor training purposes, or with couples for marriage or pre-marital mentoring. This is not a psychological counseling program. We believe that God’s Word is all that is needed to mentor or disciple individuals, as well as, married and pre-marital couples.

As you go through each chapter, you will find key points you should touch on underlined and bold to highlight during the discussion. You will also see “Touch Points”, “Mentor Notes”, and “Conversation Questions” these phrases are all in “CAPS”.

The “Touch Points” are follow-up statements or additional information that relates to the underlined points in the material.

The “Mentor Notes” are tips for you, the mentor.

The “Conversation Questions” are to stimulate interaction between you and your mentee.

These are suggestions or discussion starters that enhance the material at that point. There is a full explanation at the beginning of the Mentor’s Guide on how to successfully use it.

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