One generation shall praise Your works to another, And shall declare Your mighty acts. – Psalm 145:4
Does the Church have a Role in Mentoring?
Mentoring is a form of inter-generational ministry. Christians can impact the community and influence future generations through intentional mentoring relationships. The Appalachian Mentoring Project (AMP) desires to partner with local churches, equipping them to minister to their community in a meaningful way.
How can the Church get involved?
AMP partners with local churches in order to:
- Create partnerships with the community so that the Gospel can be demonstrated through mentoring relationships with youth.
- Children attending church who need and want a role model can be connected in mentoring relationships with adults attending the church.
- Create and sustain a church-based mentoring team that can facilitate safe and effective mentoring relationships.
- Provide mentors to local AMP mentoring programs while supporting them financially.
Is your church ready to impact its community?
Click the button below to download the Church/AMP M.O.U. document. Then, contact us, to let us know you are ready to impact your community through mentoring!
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