For those who did not receive our Christmas ecard yesterday, I’ve copied the text
below for you. Please check your junk and/or spam folder for this and let me know if it’s not there, so we can update our mailing list! ************ We want to thank you for all that you do as volunteer mentors! You share your time, compassion, and wisdom and expect nothing in return. You are on the front lines of this ministry, showing others that people do care, and that gives them hope. Sometimes hope is just what people need to open up their heart and receive God’s love and salvation that changes their lives forever! Your dedicated service to Jesus Christ in this way is an inspiration to us all. We thank you for sharing your gifts! We pray that God will touch you in a very special way and fill you more and more with His love and His Presence during this Christmas time and in 2015! May the timeless message of Christmas fill your heart and home with joy now and throughout the coming year! Blessings from the Mentoring Team: Warren, Terri, Kim, Lauren, Wes, Winsome, and Doris
On Wednesday, Dec 10th, everyone (except for the different languages) was sent an email from Kim Koteles addressed to your personal email address. The subject line was: “Ready, Set, GO! New Mentor Training!” The email is regarding the new mentor training
and software. If you did not receive this email, please let me know and I will forward it to you right away! FYI: My husband’s surgery went very well and his recovery is also going well. Everyday he gains more strength and stamina, which we are both thankful for. Thank you very much for your prayers and support! Terri
Dear Mentors and CLs
In August of this year, my husband (Les) was diagnosed with prostate cancer and will be undergoing a Radical Prostatectomy on Monday, November 24.
We are very thankful it was caught early and anticipate that after surgery he will be cancer free!
We appreciate your prayers for Les and me and our family as we journey through this together.
I will be out of the office between, Monday, November 24 Wednesday December 3rd.
If you need mentoring assistance during this time, Kim Koteles and Warren Heinrichs will be happy to help.
We now have 7 gospel presentations for you to choose from on a new page called: Share This!! http://thelife.com/series/share-this This is a super simple way to
share the gospel on your own Social Media page. Just click on one of the 7 gospel presentations and paste the link provided in the ‘Take Action’ section on your Facebook or Twitter page! You can also choose the one(s) you like best to share with your mentees. Each presentation speaks to a different audience or issue. For example, Picture Perfect is for people seeking identity, The Void (Easy Evangelism) is for people who are feeling like something is missing, Plastic Jesus is for Christians who need a boost in their relationship with Christ. Check it out! Terri
One of the most meaningful things we can do to encourage others and help them understand the authenticity of virtual ministry is to tell stories…real stories…your story! Mentors are some of the most valuable assets to this ministry. We believe that the internet is the biggest and most diverse mission field, and we know that your story will have a great impact on how others view virtual ministry. We need to cialis online hear these stories so we can share them with each http://cialis7pharmacy-online.com/ other and with financial donors who help keep us going with their giving. These stories spur
us on and give us the staying power needed to continue to do what we do. So with that in mind, would you mind answering a few questions for me? 1. cialis soft online We have mentors from so many countries and cultures! How and when did you first become a mentor? 2. We have all grown and learned so much through online mentoring. What have you gained from being a mentor? 3. It’s an amazing and unique job being an online mentor. What do you find most rewarding about being a mentor? What makes it all worthwhile? 4. We are always looking for more great mentors like you, but many people are intimidated by the task! If you were talking to someone who was interested in becoming an online mentor, what would you tell them? 5. Which of these age groups do you fall within? 20-35 35-50 50+ I appreciate you so much, and hope that you will help us continue thriving as a ministry by sharing your story with zoloftonline-generic.com our community here. God Bless you and your mission as a mentor! Terri