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Whether you have a mentor, can’t seem to find one, or haven’t even thought to look, Jayme Hull walks you through every aspect of this critical relationship.
Packed with stories and anecdotes from Jayme’s experience as both a mentor and mentee—plus sprinklings of wisdom on balance, purpose, and change—Face to Face speaks to the heart of young Christian women eager to grow. In her warm, personable style, Jayme offers expert advice on how to journey well with someone further along.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)|
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"I truly enjoyed reading this book, I have been looking for a comprehensive, insightful book on mentoring and a better understanding of the hows and whats of this critical system for relationship and personal development. This book gave me the information and insight that I needed. I have had the privilege of having great women in my life and I wondered whether the learning and sharing experience we shared was truly mentoring. This book helped me with answering a lot of my questions. I now understand my role as a mentor to other women and the powerful impact of a true face to face mentoring relationship. I am truly blessed and honored to have found this book as it helped me to appreciate the current mentors I have and the current women that I am impacting in my life. Also it has helped me to understand why the face to face connection is needed and how to start, progress, handle conflicts and even bring to end a mentoring relationship where necessary. A good and easy read with a lot of details and examples of the face to face mentoring relationship. Good stuff!"
Reviewed by Shurmon Clarke on NetGalley, Apr 2, 2016
"This book was not only about mentoring and being mentored, but it also shared so much practical wisdom about living life connected first and foremost to Jesus Christ. I am now motivated to find a mentor and pray how God can use me to mentor someone else. As a woman in my 40's I still have so much to learn but also so much to share. I highly recommend Face to Face."
Reviewed by Becky Philo on NetGalley, Apr 4, 2016
VictoriaCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Opens a much needed discussionApril 19, 2016VictoriaCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Mentoring is weird.
We enter into relationship, walking through life, sharing experiences and growth. It sounds great, more and more people are recognizing the importance of this unique relationship and yet ask people how to find a mentor or how to mentor someone else and most people just stare blankly.
In Face to Face Jayme Hull and Laura Captari explore the ins and outs of mentoring in a laid back and accessible format. In fact, at times I almost felt the book was to laid back as I sought out clear cut rules and guidelines, only to realize that by giving the chapter and its stories space, the concept did jump out in more organic and relational ways (sort of how I picture mentoring).
Face to Face is not an instruction manual, There is no 1, 2, 3 to easy mentoring because it involves people and life is messy. However, this book does walk readers through the basics including: the purpose of mentoring, how to find a mentor (it involves some risk as a heads up, all the way to working through conflict in the mentoring relationship and ending well. The chapters are cleanly divided into manageable portions each ending with their own collection of reflective questions geared towards helping the reader in their own mentoring journey.
Face to Face is definitely written towards a female audience and draws heavily upon Jayme's own experience as a mentor and mentee. I know I picked out certain passages to comment on with my husband but the book is not gender neutral.
The need for mentoring is one I've seen replayed over and over again and Face to Face does an excellent job opening up intentional space to address this issue.
4 out of 5 stars
I received this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion. The views expressed are entirely my own.