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Equip your high school leaders to engage middle schoolers and lead them to grow as disciples of Christ through this mentoring guide. Each high school mentor will be paired with a middle school mentee (same gender), and then given a nine-week discussion plan that they will go through together. High schoolers are given the chance to grow in their leadership ability, and middle schoolers are given the chance to learn from an older student. It's a win-win!

Session 1: Friendship
Session 2: Encouragement
Session 3: Others First
Session 4: You Are Gifted
Session 5: Absolute Faith
Session 6: Wise Choices
Session 7: My Friend Is Struggling with…
Session 8: The Future
Session 9: Sharing My Faith

This Resource Includes:
• How to Use this Resource
• Parent information sheets
• 9-Week Discussion Guides
• Guidelines for leading a mentoring session
• CAPS structure
• Commitment sheets for mentors and mentees
• Weekly evaluation sheets

Note from the Author

We have seen many students who have been mentored by a high school student then want to do the same for a younger student now that they are in high school. After seeing an awkward middle schooler transform into a leader who is mentoring a younger student, you will want to start new mentoring groups each semester like we do. We have a new session of leaders each semester and the quick turnover allows them to sign up with multiple mentees during the year.

Teen 2 Teen Mentoring

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A 9-week mentoring guide that gives high school students the opportunity to mentor middle school students.
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Grant is the Youth Guy at First McKinney, Texas. Serving there with the greatest people for over 27 years. Most days He thanks God for allowing him to keep serving teens. He loves travel, woodworking, and watching his sports teams.

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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!