100 Questions for Mentors

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100 Questions for Mentors

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About the 100 Questions for Mentors Resource

Whether you are beginning your mentoring journey for the first time or find yourself well into it, we’re excited to offer you this new tool: A collection of over 100 questions designed for you to use with your mentoree to encourage lively conversations as well as accountability and spiritual growth.

As a mentor, there will be times you’ll wonder, “What on earth will we talk about?” You may even feel at a loss to know how to make your time together meaningful? You’re not alone. Take heart and press into this calling you feel the Lord has put on your life. In faith, ask the tough questions and tender ones, trusting Him to do the transforming work in both of you.

It is our hope that these 100 {plus} questions will be another tool in your mentoring toolbox. Consider these options for how to use this resource:

  • Print out the questions on card stock or regular paper and paste on to index cards.
  • Keep the cards together on a binder ringer or in a file box.
  • Carry the cards with you when you meet with your mentor and pick which ones to use.
  • The pink cards are more lighthearted in nature.
  • The orange cards encourage accountability and deeper spiritual growth.
  • Pray about what the Lord would like for you to discuss in your time together and use the questions for ideas and direction.
  • Make a set of card for each of your mentors (or children) and use the cards as a place to record your prayers requests or notes about your time together.

We also encourage you to read Impact My Life: Biblical Mentoring Simplified, join up with an M2B Mentoring Course, and dig into the Impact My Life Study Guide. These additional resources and opportunities will not only equip you as a mentor, but challenge you (gently) to follow Christ distinctly as you mentor biblically.