Mentoring happens when two friends walk the same road together, guided by the hidden presence of Another. (Luke 24)
Mentoring is not an academic program. Rather it is a shared journey between Mentor and Mentee that (1) develops skills and techniques, as well as (2) broadens and deepens spiritual vision, in order that the Mentee becomes (3) a prayerful master of a sacred art.
There is no formal program for Storytelling Mentoring — no application form, no prerequisites, no classes, no graduation.
Each Mentee’s journey is unique, and the differences between Mentor and Mentee are more important than their similarities. This is a relationship that tests and challenges both of them to grow both professionally and spiritually.
I learned this long ago as a Catholic whose most important spiritual guides were not other Catholics... but a Seventh-Day Baptist, a Secular Jew, and a Russian Orthodox priest.
— Robert Béla Wilhelm, Th.D.
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