We welcome our first intern to our Church family in a few days. I’m nervous and excited at the same time! I can’t wait for the journey to begin, but I’m realizing he’s counting on me to teach him at least something along the way. Let’s face it, he’ll probably take more notes on what not to do, but at least he’s learning. To help us both grow along the way, I’ve decided to post about my personal journey through this mentorship.
This series will be less about my Intern and more about my growth and learning through the process. Don’t expect me to vent about a student — you’ll be disappointed. If anything, I’ll praise him up, because I know he’ll teach me a thing or two.
In this post, I’ll outline my thoughts heading into this journey. In part 2, I’ll check in half-way with an update. In part 3, I’ll finish off by writing about what I’ve learned and how the process has helped me grow.
If every moment isn’t about growing, then you’re not leading.
Before the internship begins, here are some of my thoughts as a supervisor/mentor:
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