Leadership Resources: Mentoring

100 Questions to Fuel Mentoring Relationships

Laura Booz

We can learn a great deal from other women simply by asking good questions about what God has done in their lives and what they have learned over the years.

Apples of Gold: Learning to Become a Mentor, with Betty Huizenga

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Betty Huizenga began a mentoring program to help younger women learn to love their families, remain morally pure and show hospitality.

Authentic Mentoring: An Interview with Donna Otto

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Mentoring is really just giving your life perspective away, both in the small and big things of life.

A Vision for Mentoring

Patty Webb

The retirement years provide a huge opportunity to invest in others.

Could We Meet?

Holly Elliff

The way in which we participate in Titus 2 discipleship is dependent on the season of life we find ourselves in.

Cracking the Code of Discipleship

Jani Ortlund

The most important way you can disciple others is by enjoying Christ yourself in such an irresistible way that your enjoyment becomes contagious.

Feminine Appeal: An Interview with Carolyn Mahaney

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Carolyn Mahaney and her three daughters to explore seven feminine virtues found in Titus 2:3-5.

God's Beautiful Design for Women: Titus 2:1-5

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Join Nancy as she digs into Titus 2:1-5 to discover God's beautiful design for you as a woman. Along the way, learn how to mentor younger women in their own journey toward godliness.

How to Create a Mentoring Culture

Heidi Jo Fulk

Hopefully one distinctive of your women’s ministry is some sort of mentoring. How are women teaching, nurturing, encouraging, and exhorting each other?

It’s Our Responsibility to Raise up Younger Leaders

Heidi Jo Fulk

We who are in leadership positions must be involved in the work of bringing others alongside us now, to continue the mission when we are gone.

Leave Neediness Out of Mentoring

Kelly Needham

How can you tell if a mentoring relationship is beginning to veer off into the ditch of neediness?

Living Life Together

Mindy Kroesche

In this guide, we’ve gathered practical wisdom and ideas from over two dozen Revive Our Hearts Ambassadors and Staff who have experience in life-on-life relationships. As you read their thoughts on what’s worked for them (and what hasn’t), we hope you’ll be inspired to seek out a mentoring friendship of your own.

Living Life Together: A Four-Week Jumpstart Guide to Mentoring

Mindy Kroesche

In this guide, we’ve gathered practical wisdom and ideas from over two dozen Revive Our Hearts Ambassadors and Staf who have experience in life-on-life relationships.

Mentoring Demystified

Sheila Gosney

If you’ve wondered what it entails to mentor, or if you doubt if you are really “qualified” to teach another woman, maybe you’ll be encouraged.

Me? Teach the Next Generation?

Laura Elliott

I said “yes” to teaching biblical womanhood to the next generation of true women, and so can you!

Older Woman, Stand Up and Be a Dorcas!

Susan Hunt

Daughters of Dorcas, stand up and be counted, by following this secret to encouraging younger women.

The Story of Gwen and Marlene

Revive Our Hearts Staff Writers

Hear the story of Gwen and Marlene, and find out how a willingness to share your own life experiences can encourage another.

The Titus 2 Challenge

Kimberly Wagner

I am convinced that women are in desperate need of discipleship.


Carrie Gaul

Without speaking a word, this precious woman exemplified an attitude of “pressing on.”

When Am I the Older Woman?

Lore Ferguson Wilbert

At what point am I the older woman other women desire to learn from?