Mentoring Month

January is Mentoring Month. At Lakeside Christian School, we’re big believers in mentoring. We believe it allows older believers to share wisdom with younger people, which encourages them in their search for or relationship with God. Many of our teachers serve in either the church’s AWANA program or the Lakeside Community Chapel youth group. When students attend these, they have the opportunity for mentoring with one of our teachers. We interviewed our own Mrs. Thayer and the student she mentors- Heather. Read below about how their mentoring relationship has affected them!
Kayla: “I desired to mentor a student because I myself had a mentorship relationship when I was in high school.  However, the relationship with my mentor was nowhere near the depth and regularity that I have with Heather.  I wanted an opportunity to give godly advice to someone in this way because I’ve been in their shoes.  High school can have some real challenges and I felt God leading me this way as a form of ministry.  My relationship with Heather has grown tremendously and much of that comes from consistency and the Lord.  He has helped shape our relationship and has helped me use my own experiences to give sound, godly advice.”
Heather:
“My desire to grow in my relationship with the Lord made me want a mentor. I wanted to have someone that I could meet with on a regular basis who could help keep me accountable. Her mentoring has helped me greatly to grow in my relationship with the Lord. The book we have been going through has been very helpful in learning how to become a more godly woman. Meeting with Kayla on a regular basis has allowed for her help keeping me accountable on things that I need to work on in my life. Her mentoring has also provided a wonderful relationship between us where I know I can go to her with anything and she would be more than willing to provide godly advice.”
At Lakeside Christian School, we believe that mentoring relationships such as these greatly enrich the lives of those involved and impact them for eternity, which is, after all, what we care about most. Please contact us today and set up a tour. Find out why Lakeside Christian School is so different!

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