Book Shelf | Cultivate: Forming the Emerging Generation Through Life-on-life Mentoring (For Educators)

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The hearts of young adults are our treasure, and Cultivate is the treasure map. –Josh & Sean McDowell

Amazing! I have read extensively on mentoring, but Cultivate is by far the most useful guide for those who are serious about mentoring the emerging generation. –Brad Voeller, CEO, CollegePlus!

Reading Cultivate was an ‘Aha!’ moment that meaningfully explained my experiences as a Christian school teacher. –Kim Woody Teacher, Faith Heritage Christian Academy

Product Description

Cultivate: Forming the Emerging Generation through Life-on-life Mentoring
In our postmodern world of broken homes and technology-mediated relationships, the emerging generation needs positive, life-on-life influence from older adults more than ever to truly thrive. Based on four years of research and work with more than 1,500 Christian schools and churches around the world, Cultivate renews the ancient art of mentoring to help today’s busy Christian educators spark spiritual growth, personal motivation, academic engagement, and positive social interaction in young adults (12-year-olds to 20-somethings).

About the Authors

Jeff Myers, Ph.D. is the founder of Passing the Baton International, a global ministry that has mobilized more than 100,000 adults to mentor, coach and disciple the next generation of leaders. He also serves as an Associate Professor at Bryan College, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in leadership and communication, and is the Chairman of Summit Ministries in Colorado. He has authored numerous books, including Handoff: The Only Way to Win the Race of Life. Jeff and his family live in Tennessee.

Paul and Paige Gutacker are Bryan College alumni who serve as researchers and writers for Passing the Baton International.


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