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This series helps students discover three important relationships they need to have as they walk through life: Jesus, a mentor, and a mentee. Of course, it all begins with a relationship with Jesus. Once we follow Him, He calls us to learn from and pour out to others. Each week of this series examines one of these three relationships, offering Scripture and practical steps for students to pursue healthy, life-giving relationships. They'll learn how to begin and develop a relationship with Jesus; the characteristics they should look for in a mentor who offers them wisdom; and the reasons they should become mentors to those who they can offer wisdom.

A three-week series on three important relationships every Christian needs to develop: with Jesus, with mentors, and with mentees.

This Resource Includes:
• 3 editable word-for-word sermon manuscripts
• 3 PowerPoint presentations
• Title, blank, and square promotional graphics
• 3 small group discussion guides
• 3 student handouts
• Graphic and instructions for a game to go with the series

Note from the Author

We used this series right before beginning our one-on-one discipleship/mentorship program. We used it to cast the vision to our high school students, who we wanted as mentors, and to our middle school students, who wanted to be mentees.

Do Not Fly Solo

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Jeff is the Associate and Youth Pastor at Kalamazoo Community Church, in Kalamazoo, MI. He has been married to his wife Sarah since they were both 19 years old, a fact parents of students wish he would keep to himself. Together, they have two sons: Jakob and Jaxon.

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