Mentoring Millennials : Shaping the Next Generation
Learn how to mentor the Millennials in your life--those young people born after 1980. Through inspiring anecdotes, real-life examples, and solid advice, this book will show you how to share your life story and disciple the next generation.
- Paperback | 168 pages
- 139 x 210 x 10mm | 200g
- 17 Sep 2003
- NavPress Publishing Group
- Colorado Springs, United States
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Leave a legacy with a generation longing for connection and meaning. The Millennial generation is unlike any other. Born after 1980, they don't know the world before computers, video games, or MTV. They are optimistic, desire rules and boundaries, and support tradition and values. A passionate group, they long to commit to a cause. However, they cannot make it alone. They need guidance and direction from people who care. They need to hear your stories--successes and failures. Do you have a story to tell? Are you willing to risk being vulnerable by sharing some of your most poignant life experiences with the next generation? Through inspiring anecdotes and researched advice, Dr. Daniel Egeler explains how mentoring is at the same time powerful and subtle. After all, even some of the simplest acts of kindness can leave an indelible mark on the life of another. Mentoring Millennials provides a framework to help older generations reach out to and teach what the author believes could be the next "hero generation." "A commitment to mentoring relationships would be a profoundly wise investment of one's talents on behalf of the Master," says the author. Will you use your talents wisely? Will you leave your stories and expertise with those who will lead in the future?
About Daniel Egeler
DR. DANIEL EGELER grew up on an isolated island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania, where his father was an "island evangelist." It was here that he learned the art of relating oral history from his African elders. Dan currently serves as the director for international school services (Europe and Africa) for the Association of Christian Schools International in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dr. Egeler and his wife, Kathy, have four children: Andrew, Danielle, Matthew, and Bethany. They live in Colorado Springs.