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ENUMCLAW, Wash., July 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- Fingerprints are the unique mark that God gave each of us; no two are the same. As our fingerprints are individualized, so is the distinct mentoring mark we leave on the lives of others. In "A Mentor's Fingerprint," Ann Griffiths and Donna Inglis emphasize that no matter where we are in life, we all mentor everyday and are leaving a unique mark.
In light of the official designation of National Mentoring Month by the US Senate and a renewed emphasis on mentoring in business and education, this book poses timely questions. What would happen in our society if we embraced mentoring as a lifestyle? What should we do differently in order to leave a positive, God-honoring mark?
With real-life stories, guiding principles, and practical tools, Griffiths and Inglis discuss the mentoring relationship and awaken us to the reality that we are influencing people daily, whether we realize it or not. They point out that building healthy Christ-centered relationships strengthen and encourage each one's walk with God, and the development of this bond is at the heart of effective, godly mentoring.
The authors further stress that, "The impact and legacy of mentoring is about what we leave for tomorrow, but it starts today. Mentoring takes the lessons we've learned in our own journeys and passes them on to the next generations. It never gives up. It walks alongside others, nurturing their hearts for God. It's about how we live and the interest we take in others. It's about taking time to pour ourselves into another life..."
With over thirty years of expertise as a recognized entrepreneur, business coach, and ministry leader, Ann Griffiths has teamed with Donna Inglis and her forty-seven years of grassroots ministry experience on the mission field and the local church to examine the power and impact of mentoring. Claiming that positive mentoring crosses generational, cultural, educational, and economic boundaries, Griffiths and Inglis provide personal illustrations, thought-provoking questions, and helpful resources to aid the individual or group interested in more intentional, positive mentoring.
For more information, to request a review copy of "A Mentor's Fingerprint," or to schedule an interview, please contact Abigail Davidson by phone at 360-802-9758, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax at 360-802-9992. To purchase a copy of this book visit www.winepressbooks.com or call 877-421-7323.