I’ve found myself, lately, wanting a mentor.

So much of my days are spent either working (I’m in a sales position) or leading my family.  I am also getting to participate in some volunteer leadership at my church.  My point is that I get to give a lot of advice.  Some of it is good.

But who do I go to when I’m in a tough spot?  When I’m questioning how to handle my family responsibilities and at the same time make sure I’m excelling in my career, who do I turn to?

The good news is that as far as leadership goes, I’m a low-middle leader at best.  Meaning that there are many people above me in almost every area, except my home, where there’s only One.

So I did something that, in hindsight, was probably a little unwise.  I went on Facebook and asked the whole world if anybody wanted to be my mentor.  It turns out that a lot of people want to mentor me.  Some of them I’m excited about.  Some of them… I’m less excited about.

But as it turns out, if you want some help with accountability and discipleship, there are a ton of people in your local church that will help.  Just walk up to them and ask.

Could you use a mentor?


Author: Oscar S.

My name is Oscar. I'm a husband to a beautiful wife, and I have four amazing children.

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